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Chapter 21, Section 2 Louis XIV by Mind Map: Chapter 21, Section 2 Louis
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Chapter 21, Section 2 Louis XIV

Religious wars and power struggles

1572 the St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre in Paris

Henry of Navarrea was robust, athleti, and handsome.

Henry declared that the Huguenots could live in peace and this was called Edict of Nantes

After Henry IV's death his son Louis XIII reigned

Writers Turn Toward Skepticism

Skepticism is the idea that nothing can ever be known for certain

Louis XIV comes to power

Louis XIV was the most powerful ruler in french history

Intendants are government agents who collected taxes and administered justice

The Sun King's Grand Style

The kings style was royalty. he did nothing himself. including having his clothes put on for him, having his food prepared to his precice tastelikeness.

Louis Fights Disastrous wars

france had a hardtime expanding there land. french longed for peace and quiet.