Louis the Pious

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Louis the Pious:

see Louis ILouis I
or Louis the Pious,
Fr. Louis le Pieux or Louis le Débonnaire, 778–840, emperor of the West (814–40), son and successor of Charlemagne. He was crowned king of Aquitaine in 781 and co-emperor with his father in 813.
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, emperor of the West.
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Thegan casts the history of Charlemagne and Louis the Pious in terms of biblical discourse in the part which deals with the family situation and hierarchy within the family.
In Louis The Pious he had the perfect partner in the feature Ayr Gold Cup.
KING LOUIS: James Doyle and Louis The Pious clinch Gold
After brief discussions of the contemporary visual environment, the ubiquity of tituli in ninth-century works of art, and the synthetic conjunction of word and image in Hrabanus Maurus's In Honor of the Holy Cross, the final section of the chapter explores how ideas about tradition, order, and worship continued to preoccupy the Franks during the reign of Louis the Pious.
The latter is of particular interest, because it was also the design used on Louis the Pious's single currency.
Like Louis the Pious, the people of Hildesheim saw the bush as a sign.
The author, Jonas, was Bishop of Orleans for most of the reign of Louis the Pious (814-40); and he compiled it, late in 831, not for Louis himself, but for one of his sons, Pippin, who was then sub-king of Aquitaine.
The underlying theme is the devotion of Guillaume and his family--to each other, to their championship of Christendom against the infidels in Spain and the south, and, above all, to their ungrateful and uncooperative king, Louis the Pious.
Graeme Rodway 3.10 Haydock Sporting (50:25:10) 15-18 Home Of The Brave, 13-16 So Beloved, 10-13 Convey, 8-11 Breton Rock, 7-9 Adaay, Here Comes When, 5-7 Tupi, 3-5 Johnny Barnes, 2-4 Windfast, Dinkum Diamond, 1-3 Louis The Pious.
The race was won by Louis the Pious last year with Englishman James Doyle riding to victory at starting odds of 10/1 while Frankie Dettori has enjoyed success in recent years with two 14/1 winners in a row.
After stalking the 11-8 favourite Louis The Pious, Norton brought Clear Spring through to lead in the six-furlong race and beat Intibaah (6-4) by two-andthree-quarters lengths.
The likes of Pepper Lane, Louis The Pious and Move In Time have all improved for joining O'Meara and Bondesire, who won her first handicap off 70 almost exactly a year ago over this course and distance, has made great strides to sit on her current perch of 90.