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    •     bn:03649932n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2019/09/24

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 The Treaty of Loudun was signed on 3 May 1616 in Loudun, France, and ended the war that originally began as a power struggle between queen mother Marie de Medici's favorite Concino Concini and Henry II de Condé, the next in line for Louis XIII's throne. Wikipedia

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 The Treaty of Loudun was signed on 3 May 1616 in Loudun, France, and ended the war that originally began as a power struggle between queen mother Marie de Medici's favorite Concino Concini and Henry II de Condé, the next in line for Louis XIII's throne. Wikipedia

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    •     bn:03649932n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2019/09/24     •     Categories: 1616 in France, 1616 treaties, long volume value, Treaties of the Kingdom of France

  Treaty of Loudun

The Treaty of Loudun was signed on 3 May 1616 in Loudun, France, and ended the war that originally began as a power struggle between queen mother Marie de Medici's favorite Concino Concini and Henry II de Condé, the next in line for Louis XIII's throne. Wikipedia

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    •     bn:03649932n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2019/09/24     •     Categories: 1616, Traité de paix signé par le royaume de France sous le règne de Louis XIII

  Paix de Loudun

La paix de Loudun est un traité signé, le 3 mai 1616, à Loudun, entre Marie de Médicis et le prince de Condé, mettant fin au conflit qui était, à l’origine, une lutte de pouvoir entre Concino Concini, le favori de la reine mère, et le prince de Condé, second dans l’ordre de succession au trône après Louis XIII, pour prendre une tournure religieuse lorsque des princes huguenots rebelles se sont joints à la révolte de Condé. Wikipedia

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  Vertrag von Loudun

 The Treaty of Loudun was signed on 3 May 1616 in Loudun, France, and ended the war that originally began as a power struggle between queen mother Marie de Medici's favorite Concino Concini and Henry II de Condé, the next in line for Louis XIII's throne. Wikipedia

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  Συνθήκη του Λούντεν

 The Treaty of Loudun was signed on 3 May 1616 in Loudun, France, and ended the war that originally began as a power struggle between queen mother Marie de Medici's favorite Concino Concini and Henry II de Condé, the next in line for Louis XIII's throne. Wikipedia

    •     bn:03649932n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2019/09/24

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 The Treaty of Loudun was signed on 3 May 1616 in Loudun, France, and ended the war that originally began as a power struggle between queen mother Marie de Medici's favorite Concino Concini and Henry II de Condé, the next in line for Louis XIII's throne. Wikipedia

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    •     bn:03649932n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2019/09/24

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 The Treaty of Loudun was signed on 3 May 1616 in Loudun, France, and ended the war that originally began as a power struggle between queen mother Marie de Medici's favorite Concino Concini and Henry II de Condé, the next in line for Louis XIII's throne. Wikipedia

    •     bn:03649932n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2019/09/24

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 The Treaty of Loudun was signed on 3 May 1616 in Loudun, France, and ended the war that originally began as a power struggle between queen mother Marie de Medici's favorite Concino Concini and Henry II de Condé, the next in line for Louis XIII's throne. Wikipedia

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 The Treaty of Loudun was signed on 3 May 1616 in Loudun, France, and ended the war that originally began as a power struggle between queen mother Marie de Medici's favorite Concino Concini and Henry II de Condé, the next in line for Louis XIII's throne. Wikipedia

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    •     bn:03649932n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2019/09/24

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 The Treaty of Loudun was signed on 3 May 1616 in Loudun, France, and ended the war that originally began as a power struggle between queen mother Marie de Medici's favorite Concino Concini and Henry II de Condé, the next in line for Louis XIII's throne. Wikipedia

    •     bn:03649932n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2019/09/24

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 The Treaty of Loudun was signed on 3 May 1616 in Loudun, France, and ended the war that originally began as a power struggle between queen mother Marie de Medici's favorite Concino Concini and Henry II de Condé, the next in line for Louis XIII's throne. Wikipedia

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treaty of loudun
paix de loudun
Vertrag von Loudun
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