Louis XIV key dates - Internal affairs

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French ambassador to Rome excommunicated by the Pope
1687
1 of 31
Civil war known as the Frondes, led by the Princes of the Blood and other nobles in protest of the Crown's influence and power
1648-53
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Disgrace of Fouquet
1661
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Louis XIII dies and Louis XIV ascends to the throne. Anne of Austria and Cardinal Mazarin act as Regent until Louis comes of age
1643
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Edict passed saying that the Parlement of paris had to register edicts before remonstrating them
1673
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Mazarin dies and Louis decides to rule without a first minister.
1661
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Louis XIV born, son of Louis XIII and Anne of Austria
1638
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Pope Innocent XI excommunicates French archbishop who had condemned the two jansenist bishops protesting against Louis' extension of the regale
1675
8 of 31
General Tax Farm created to collect indirect taxation
1680
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Louis' attempts to extend the regale to southern bishoprics of France
1673
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Versailles becomes the official seat of Government
1682
11 of 31
Founding of East and West India companies
1664
12 of 31
Breton revolt
1675
13 of 31
Edict passed stating that decrees from the royal council had eminence over those of the parlements
1661
14 of 31
Pope Innocent XI dies and is replaced by one less hostile to Louis
1689
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Revocation of the Edict of Nantes
1685
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Decree saying that Louis could choose every Provincial Governor in France
1692
17 of 31
Publication of the 4 Gallican Articles
1682
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Louis XIV dies leaving a debt of 2300 million livres
1715
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Pacification - Louis agrees to withdraw the 4 Articles
1693
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Legislation passed stating that nobles would not lose their status if they participated in trade
1667
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Death of Louvois
1691
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Louis' candidate for Archbishop of Cologne rejected by Pope. Louis seizes Avignon
1688
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Council of Commerce introduced
1700
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Papal Bull 'Unigenitus' is passed
1713
25 of 31
Bishops given greater jurisdiction over their Clergy
1695
26 of 31
Louis declares his ******* children to be legitimate
1714
27 of 31
Company of the North founded
1669
28 of 31
Dixieme tax introduced
1710
29 of 31
Death of Colbert
1683
30 of 31
Capitation Tax introduced
1695
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1661

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1643

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1673

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