Synopsis[ edit ] T. Upon reaching the parliamentary chambers in London, York seats himself in the throne, and a confrontation ensues between his supporters and Henry's.
Since Henry of Navarre was a Huguenot, the issue was not considered settled in many quarters of the country, and France was plunged into a phase of the Wars of Religion known as the War of the Three Henries. The third was Henry I, Duke of Guisewho pushed for complete suppression of the Huguenots and had much support among Catholic loyalists.
Political disagreements among the parties set off a series of campaigns and counter-campaigns that culminated in the Battle of Coutras. Instead, however, the populace were horrified and rose against him.
In several cities, the title of the king was no longer recognized. His power was limited to Blois, Tours, and the surrounding districts. In the general chaos, the king relied on King Henry of Navarre and his Huguenots. The two kings were united by a common interest—to win France from the Catholic League.
Catholic royalist nobles also rallied to the king's standard. With this combined force, the two kings marched to Paris.
The morale of the city was low, and even the Spanish ambassador believed the city could not hold out longer than a fortnight. The Catholic League, however, strengthened by support from outside the country—especially from Spain—was strong enough to prevent a universal recognition of his new title.
The Pope excommunicated Henry and declared him devoid of any right to inherit the crown. He set about winning his kingdom by military conquest, aided by English money and German troops. Henry's Catholic uncle Charles, Cardinal de Bourbonwas proclaimed king by the League, but the Cardinal was Henry's prisoner at the time.
In case of such opposition, Philip indicated that princes of the House of Lorraine would be acceptable to him: The Spanish ambassadors selected the Duke of Guise, to the joy of the League. But at that moment of seeming victory, the envy of the Duke of Mayenne was aroused, and he blocked the proposed election of a king.
They argued that if the French accepted natural hereditary succession, as proposed by the Spaniards, and accepted a woman as their queen, then the ancient claims of the English kings would be confirmed, and the monarchy of centuries past would be nothing but an illegality. Mayenne was angered that he had not been consulted prior, but yielded, since their aim was not contrary to his present views.
Despite these setbacks for the League, Henry remained unable to take control of Paris. He was said to have declared that Paris vaut bien une messe "Paris is well worth a mass"   although there is some doubt whether he said this, or whether the statement was attributed to him by his contemporaries.
Since Reims, the traditional location for the coronation of French kings, was still occupied by the Catholic League, Henry was crowned King of France at the Cathedral of Chartres on 27 February In he issued the Edict of Nanteswhich granted circumscribed toleration to the Huguenots.
Henry and Margaret separated even before Henry acceded to the throne in August After Henry became king of France, it was of the utmost importance that he provide an heir to the crown to avoid the problem of a disputed succession.
Henry's councillors strongly opposed this idea, but the matter was resolved unexpectedly by Gabrielle's sudden death in the early hours of 10 Aprilafter she had given birth to a premature and stillborn son.
His marriage to Margaret was annulled inand Henry married Marie de' Medici in For the royal entry of Marie into Avignon on 19 Novemberthe citizens bestowed on Henry the title of the Hercule Gaulois "Gallic Hercules"justifying the extravagant flattery with a genealogy that traced the origin of the House of Navarre to a nephew of Hercules' son Hispalus.
Bronze, circa AD. From France, probably Paris. He and Sully protected forests from further devastation, built a system of tree-lined highways, and constructed bridges and canals. He used one construction project to attract attention to his power.
When building the Pont-Neufa bridge in Paris, he placed a statue of himself in the middle. More than metres long and thirty-five metres wide, this huge addition was built along the bank of the Seine River.
At the time it was the longest edifice of its kind in the world. King Henry IV, a promoter of the arts by all classes of people, invited hundreds of artists and craftsmen to live and work on the building's lower floors. This tradition continued for another two hundred years, until Emperor Napoleon I banned it.
The art and architecture of his reign have become known as the " Henry IV style " since that time. France lay claim to New France now Canada.With regard to the different manifestations of political violence the analysis is restricted to exemplary assassination attempts, namely against the French kings Henry III (), Henry IV (), and Louis XV (), and the assassination of the German writer August von Kotzebue ().
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