Charles X
biographical name 1757-1836 king of France (1824-30)

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  • Charles X — de France Pour les articles homonymes, voir Charles X (homonymie). Charles X …   Wikipédia en Français

  • CHARLES X — (1757 1836) roi de France (1824 1830) Né à Versailles le 9 octobre 1757, Charles était le quatrième fils du dauphin Louis (fils de Louis XV, mort en 1765 sans avoir régné). À la cour de Versailles, la vie du jeune comte d’Artois (tel était son… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Charles X — may refer to:* Charles X Gustav of Sweden (1622–1660) * Charles X of France (1757–1836) …   Wikipedia

  • Charles X — 1. (Charles Gustavus) 1622 60, king of Sweden 1654 60. 2. 1757 1836, king of France 1824 30. * * * born Oct. 9, 1757, Versailles, France died Nov. 6, 1836, Gorizia, Friuli King of France (1824–30). Fifth son of the dauphin Louis, and grandson of… …   Universalium

  • Charles X — (1757 1836)    king of France    The grandson of louis XV and the younger brother of louis XVI and louis XV III, Charles, known as the count of Artois until he became king, was born at Versailles. In 1773, he married Marie Thérèse of savoy, with… …   France. A reference guide from Renaissance to the Present

  • Charles X — 1. (Charles Gustavus) 1622 60, king of Sweden 1654 60. 2. 1757 1836, king of France 1824 30 …   Useful english dictionary

  • CHARLES X —    brother of Louis XVI. and Louis XVIII., the latter of whom he succeeded on the throne of France in 1824; was unpopular in France as Duc d Artois in the time of the Revolution, and had to flee the country at the outbreak of it, and stayed for… …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • Charles X — /tʃalz/ (say chahlz) noun 1757–1836, king of France 1824–30; forced to abdicate because of his attempts to restore absolutism …   Australian English dictionary

  • Charles X of France — Charles X redirects here. For the King of Sweden, see Charles X Gustav of Sweden, for the Catholic claimant of 1589, see Charles, Cardinal de Bourbon. Charles X King Charles X by François Pascal Simon Gérard, 1825 …   Wikipedia

  • Charles X De France — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Charles X (homonymie). Charles X …   Wikipédia en Français

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