Henri IV

Henri IV (Quatre) style

The early phase of the Classical period of French architecture, named after Henry IV (1589–1610), preceding the architecture of Louis XIII and Louis XIV. It is particularly strong in domestic architecture and town-planning arrangements. The Place des Vosges in Paris (1605–12) is the outstanding example. (See illustration p. 504.)
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They were all willing to leave the Bourbons in tranquil possession of the throne of France; for it was too plainly established that Henri IV.
Baron Trenck, nor Casanova, nor Benvenuto Chel- leeny, nor Henri IV.
It is certain, that if Ravaillac had not assassinated Henri IV.
It is very clear, notwithstanding," replied the young man, with an artlessness wholly free from affectation; "tell her some fine morning an unheard-of piece of intelligence -- some telegraphic despatch, of which you alone are in possession; for instance, that Henri IV.
To the influence of his chief he owed a half-scholarship for each of his two sons in the College Henri IV.
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Reveries of Community: French Epic in the Age of Henri IV, 1572-1616
The meaning was visually clear that 'Amphion, like the King of Thebes who rebuilt his city through harmonious song, was a metaphor for Henri IV who by the quality of his person will rebuild the country from the rule and fragments shattered through France' (p.
Concernant les [beaucoup moins que] penchants [beaucoup plus grand que] et les [beaucoup moins que] relations [beaucoup plus grand que] entre l'Emir et l'ordre initiatique de la franc-maconnerie, la Loge Henri IV et son extension egyptienne, la Loge des Pyramides en Alexandrie, une [beaucoup moins que] contre verite [beaucoup plus grand que] evoquee par nombre d'historiens francais, Bruno Etienne en tete.
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The French witnessed an abundance of political killings, including the slaying of Francis, Duke of Guise in 1563 by a Huguenot, the Guise-backed slaughter of Admiral Coligny in 1572, the fatal stabbing of King Henri III by a Dominican friar in 1589, and the killing of Henri IV in 1610, after several earlier attempts on his life.
We learn to appreciate the art and science of facial reconstruction, now including both Copernicus and Henri IV of France (although not referred to by Williams) in this virtual three-dimensional museum, as well as the sophisticated analysis of DNA fingerprinting.