Charles VII may refer to:
- Charles VII of Sweden, actually Charles I of Sweden (1161–1167)
- Charles VII of France, "the Victorious" (1403–1461)
- Charles VII, Holy Roman Emperor (1697–1745)
- Charles III of Spain and Charles VII of Naples (1716–1788)
- Carlos María de los Dolores (1848–1909), pretender to the throne of Spain, styled "Charles VII" by Carlists
Other articles related to "charles vii, charles, vii":
... Royal Palace of Naples (rebuilt) Naples Charles VII of Naples Palace of Capodimonte Naples Charles VII Palace of Portici Portici Charles VII Palace of Caserta (the largest building ...
... Charles VII was launched in 1968 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Canard-Duchêne ... The Charles VII champagnes offer great finesse and a subtle elegance, the expression of the know-how of Canard-Duchêne ... From the very beginning, the concept of the Grande Cuvée Charles VII has remained unchanged a selection from among Champagne's most prestigious crus, a blend of several ...
... to Joan's crossdressing is Jacques Gelu's treatise, one of the theological treatise ordered by Charles VII for her rehabilitation ... of Joan's cross dressing—this shows that in 1429, even the prelates who supported Charles VII were reluctant to accept a young girl dressed as a man ... Apparently, Charles VII decided in favor of Joan only because his confessor, Gérard Machet, was convinced that Joan was the girl whose coming had been announced ...
... Name (Lifespan) Reign Marriages Notes House of Anjou (1266-1382) Charles I (1226-1285) 1266 - 7 January 1285 Beatrice of Provence (31 January 1246) seven children ... as a papal fief and by conquest from the Hohenstaufen dynasty Charles II (1254-1309) 7 January 1285 - 5 May 1309 Maria of Hungary (1270) fourteen children Son of Charles I of ... Sancha of Majorca (July 1304) no children Son of Charles II ...
... Intending to avenge his father, Charles of Orléans backed the enemies of the dukes of Burgundy wherever he could but even so, in 1409, a peace concluded at Chartres seemed to bring an end to ... However, on April 15, 1410, at the marriage of Charles (Louis's son) and Bonne d'Armagnac at Gien, the Duke of Orléans, his new father-in-law and the grandees of ... The marriage gave the Orleans faction a new head to replace Louis (Charles's new father-in-law, Bernard VII, Count of Armagnac, who became the natural protector of the Duke and the Duke's mother, Valentina ...
Famous quotes containing the words vii and/or charles:
“I have loved justice and hated iniquity: therefore I die in exile.”
—Pope Gregory VII (c. 10201085)
“Im down here all alone, but as happy as a kingat least, as happy as some kingsat any rate, I should think Im about as happy as King Charles the First when he was in prison.”
—Lewis Carroll [Charles Lutwidge Dodgson] (18321898)