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Son of Charles of Angoulême and Louise of Savoy, Francis 1st succeeded his cousin Louis XII in 1515, whose daughter Claude he married. Widowed later in life, he remarried with Éléonore de Habsbourg, the sister of Charles Quint. Francis 1st is undoubtedly one of the builders of the modern state in France. He reorganized state finances and reformed the judicial system with the Villers-Cotterêts ordinance (1539). King Francis 1st also promoted the art of the Renaissance, which flourished in the construction and decoration of royal residences (Blois, Chambord, Fontainebleau), where he commissioned Italian artists (Leonardo da Vinci, Rosso , the Primatice). He also encouraged translations by philosophers and founded the future Collège de France. When he died in 1547, his son Henri II succeeded him. Directors : Dominique Mougenot, Thierry Bruant et Catherine Mignot Follow us on social media : Facebook : 🤍
In this episode I talk about a few of the main landmarks of Francis I, king of France (1515-1547), his rivalry with Charles V and alliance with the Suleiman the Magnificent and the Ottomans. Music- excerpt from A Baroque Letter - Aaron Kenny (free to use via YouTube Audio Library) Subscribe to the channel to never miss any new episodes!
Francis I Of France - RIVAL Of Holy Roman Emperor Charles V: Francis I, King of France was born on September 12, 1494 at Cognac Castle and died on March 31, 1547 at Rambouillet Castle. He was also called the Knight King, French François Ier, le Roi-Chevalier and was a French king from the House of Valois-Angoulême, a collateral line of the House of Valois. François was anointed King of France on January 25, 1515 in Reims Cathedral and ruled the country until his death in 1547. Domestically, the king's reign laid the foundations for absolute monarchy and the Huguenot Wars. Externally, Francois fought against the universal monarchy of the Habsburg Charles V in the Italian Wars. Music from 🤍 A. Scarlatti - Sinfonie di concerto grosso No 12 in c minor, La Geniale for flute & strings This work has been identified as being free of known restrictions under copyright law, including all related and neighboring rights
After spending years as the neglected second wife of King Francis I of France, Eleanor of Austria manages to get closer to her husband thanks to the King's illness and the political situation. s01e13 'Carlos, Rey Emperador' is a Spanish TV series about the life of Charles of Habsburg, Holy Roman Emperor and King of Spain, the most powerful man in his time. (Sorry for grammar mistakes in the translation.) I own nothing. If you like the video, watch the series on RTVE.
In the renaissance French court, the glorious new king Francis I tries to seduce one of his wife's ladies-in-waiting, Françoise de Foix. s01e01 'Carlos, Rey Emperador' is a Spanish TV series about the life of Charles of Habsburg, Holy Roman Emperor and King of Spain, the most powerful man in his time. (Sorry for grammar mistakes in the translation.) I own nothing. If you like the video, watch the series on RTVE.
This podcast is about the funny aspects of the English language and the difficulties that those who speak English well can experience when trying to explain what they consider simple English and simple terms to people whose first language is not English. It is told from the perspective of an individual who was blessed with the name of 'Nomad' by his parents when he was born. Each episode focuses on at least one English term that can be confused by non-English speaking people. The podcast is intended to be funny and I hope it will be more so as episodes continue.
Commercial made for the Louvre's crowdfunding campaign "Tous Mécènes !" which aims to bring back in France the King François I's Book of Hours. Sound design : Pascal Marco English voice over : Angus Gunn Making-of : 🤍
Francis I, son of Charles of Orleans, succeeded on Louis XII’s throne in 1515. His reign was marked by a special interest in art and literature, as well as an endless war against the eternal enemy of Charles V, the Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire
Let’s take a closer look at those men who made it turn from a small Germanic tribe to one of the most influential countries that ever existed. The map shows the territory controlled by the ruler at the end of his reign. I chose not to show France’s colonies before the IIIrd republic because the present borders of France were formed in the XVII and XVIIIth centuries
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Suleiman's Letter To Francois Click to watch full episode: 🤍 The golden years of the Ottoman Empire come to life in a television series. The life of Suleiman the Magnificent is preparing to be a guest in your homes in all its glory. Get ready to experience the era with ambition, loves, wars and all the struggle. Prince Solomon, with his closest man, Ibrahim Pargam Ibrahim receives the bad news in a hunt. His father Yavuz Sultan Selim Khan passed away. Prince Suleyman sets out for Istanbul without waiting. Prince Süleyman quickly reaches the capital. He attends the culus ceremony without waiting. His life changed in one day. He started his life as Sultan Süleyman. Meanwhile, a galley loaded with slaves coming over the Black Sea is heading towards Istanbul. The hottest of the slaves is not yet aware that he is on a journey that will change his destiny. He is rebelling helplessly to return. Sultan Süleyman wants to show what kind of sultan he is by the commands he gave on the first day of his sultanate. But not everyone will like these decisions. Sultan Süleyman does not hesitate to challenge all of Europe with the messages he sends. Alex, despite all his rebellion, is brought to the Topkapi palace. His attitude attracted the attention of Valide Sultan from the first moment. But it won't be long before Alex learns the rules of the palace. He chooses a great target. Alex, Sultan Suleyman's first night on the way to attract his attention. Sultan Suleiman's wife Mahidevran just arrived from the palace of Manisa. He is looking forward to seeing his wife. Şehzade Süleyman, en yakın adamı Pargalı İbrahim ile birlikte çıktığı bir avda alır kötü haberi. Babası Yavuz Sultan Selim Han vefat etmiştir. Şehzade Süleyman hiç beklemeden, İstanbul’a doğru yola çıkar. Şehzade Süleyman hızla payitahta ulaşır. Hiç beklemeden cülus törenine katılır. Bir günde hayatı değişmiş. Sultan Süleyman olarak padişahlık hayatına başlamıştır. Bu sırada, Karadeniz üzerinden içi köle yüklü bir kadırga, İstanbul’a doğru gelmektedir. Kölelerden en ateşli olanı ise, kaderini değiştirecek olan yolculuğa çıktığının henüz farkında değildir. Geri dönmek için çaresiz bir şekilde isyan etmektedir. Sultan Süleyman, padişahlığının ilk gününde verdiği buyruklarla nasıl bir padişah olduğunu göstermek ister. Ama bu kararlar herkesin hoşuna gitmeyecektir. Sultan Süleyman ise gönderdiği mesajlarla, tüm Avrupa’ya meydan okumaktan çekinmez. Alex, tüm isyankarlığına rağmen, Topkapı sarayına getirilir. Onun bu tavrı ilk andan itibaren Valide Sultan’ın dikkatini çeker. Ama Alex’in sarayın kurallarını öğrenmesi uzun sürmez. Kendisine büyük bir hedef seçer. Alex, Sultan Süleyman’ın karşısına çıktığı ilk gecede onun ilgisini çekmeyi başarır. Sultan Süleyman’ın eşi Mahidevran ise Manisa sarayından yeni gelmiş. Eşi ile görüşmeyi sabırsızlıkla beklemektedir. Official Page of Magnificent Century: 🤍 Official Twitter Page of Magnificent Century: 🤍 Official Facebook Page of Tims: 🤍 Official Twitter Page of Tims: 🤍 #tims #magnificentcentury #muhtesemyuzyil #suleiman #hurrem #sultan #ottoman
(24 Mar 2010) 1. Tilt down exterior of Christie''s auction house 2. Mid shot of Christie''s flag on building 3. People walk into building 4. Mid shot of Margaret Ford, Christie''s head of manuscripts, holding personal prayer book of France''s King Francois I 5. Close up of Ford''s face 6. Various of personal prayer book of France''s King Francois I 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Margaret Ford, Christie''s head of manuscripts: "Well this is a wonderful collection of illuminated manuscripts and early printed books. And illuminated manuscripts are particularly lovely because it''s like a gallery of paintings, of old master paintings, each page can be decorated by hand in the Middle Ages and will be glittering with gold. Gold is usually laid on the pages and they are absolutely lovely. We have a wonderful collection, it is the most important collection of medieval manuscripts to be sold at auction." 8. Various of personal prayer book of France''s King Francois I 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Margaret Ford, Christie''s head of manuscripts: "Well, we''re very fortunate in this collection to have the Book of Hours to be made for Francois the first. He was a great patron of the arts, he was a Renaissance king of France and he was a patron of Leonardo (Leonardo da Vinci, painter of the Mona Lisa) and he was the first owner of the Mona Lisa." 10. Tilt down from books on table to personal prayer book of France''s King Francois I 11. Mid of books on table STORYLINE: British auction house Christie''s is to auction off a set of illuminated manuscripts in London on July 7, including the personal prayerbooks of King Francois I of France and Elizabeth de Bohun, great-grandmother of King Henry V of England. "It is the most important selection of medieval manuscripts to be sold at auction," Margaret Ford, Christie''s head of manuscripts said on Wednesday. The collection, once owned by kings and aristocrats, is expected to sell for up to 23.4 (m) million dollars The manuscripts are owned by an anonymous US collector, who has spend the last 30 years gathering them together. The illuminated manuscripts are handwritten books with illustrations and decorations painted in brilliant colours and gold. "Books Of Hours" were personal prayerbooks for wealthy individuals to own. King Francois was one of the foremost patrons of the arts during the Renaissance, and Leonardo da Vinci spent the end of his career in the king''s service. Francois acquired da Vinci''s famous painting The Mona Lisa from the artist''s estate after he died. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
This was a tough fight for Francois fighting against a fellow countryman, Laurent Emerald Gym. Francois did well and won by decision after five grueling rounds. 🤍
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Bonjour! Episode three brings you my conversation with Marney Cullen, who manages Renboots at their St. Louis Renaissance Festival location. The chat with Marney comes from a Facebook Live series I recorded at the St. Louis Renaissance Festival. Enjoy! Where to find Renboots: ~Website - 🤍 ~Facebook - 🤍 ~Instagram - 🤍 ~Etsy - 🤍 ~Twitter - 🤍 If you are a performer, merchant, or diehard patron in or of the Renaissance Festival world and would like to be featured on Coffee Talk with King Francois Premiere, reach out to me by way of clicking on the following link: 🤍 Podcast music, “Dance of the Mill,” composed by Theodore Jander. Found out more about your host, Theodore Jander, at: ~Website - Theodore Jander.com (🤍) ~Instagram - theodore_jander (🤍 ~Amazon - A Journey Begun Through Poetry and Inspirational Thoughts (🤍
This video is sponsored by Audible! Sign up for a free 30-day trial and get your first audiobook is free - 🤍 Members get one free audiobook per month, and credits roll over if you forget to use them. Not liking your audiobook? You can exchange it, no questions asked! All audiobooks are yours to keep even if you cancel your membership. Sign up now at 🤍 or text WONDERWHY to 500500 (This is a great way to support this channel if you feel like helping me out!) Attempting to cover the history country of France in just one video! Starting with the tribal Frankish kingdoms, the rivalry with the England and the Habsburgs, the various wars France has fought, the reign of the famous Louis XIV, to the iconic French Revolution and the Napoleon, all the way to the World Wars and road to becoming the French Fifth Republic, the country that France is today. Obviously I had to cut a LOT out, and oversimplify at times. That's a necessity for a video like this, which has been a very daunting! This could potentially be the beginning of a new series, so I would love for some feedback on this video, and maybe even your suggestion for a future episode!
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In a 2009 interview with Larry King, the Libyan leader insists he's the leader of a revolution, not a country. = Moammar Gadhafi, who lived and died in violence Ronald Bruce St John and Special to CNN CNN — The man who dominated Libya for more than four decades died not far from his birthplace. Moammar Gadhafi was born in the central Libyan desert south of Sirte in spring 1942. The only surviving son of traditional Bedouin parents, his early schooling centered on religious subjects taught by a local tribal teacher. Tribal social values, together with the religious principles learned at this time, strongly influenced him for the rest of his life. Around age 10, he enrolled in elementary school in Sirte, where he completed six grades in four years. He then enrolled in secondary school in Sebha, where, for the first time, he had access to Arab newspapers and radio broadcasts, notably the “Voice of the Arabs” news program from Cairo. Shortly after he seized power in 1969, a junior American diplomat serving as an interpreter for the U.S. ambassador in Tripoli noted that Gadhafi spoke excellent Arabic, like a Voice of the Arabs radio announcer. A political activist from the start, Gadhafi was expelled from school in Sebha because he was distributing pamphlets and organizing public protests critical of the ruling monarchy. He completed his secondary schooling in Misurata, and graduated from the Royal Military Academy in 1965. Convinced that only armed might could force a change in government, he viewed military service not as a career, but as an instrument for socioeconomic and political change. In the course of his time at the academy, he created the Free Unionist Officers Movement and selected its 12-member central committee, drawing on contacts made in Sebha and Misurata. The Free Unionist Officers Movement overthrew the monarchy in a bloodless coup d’état on the night of September 1, 1969. Thereafter, the ruling Revolutionary Command Council depicted itself as a collegial body, but Gadhafi was always first among equals, directing events and dictating policy. The language of Gadhafi and the other council members was the language of Arab nationalism, guided by the precepts of the Koran and sharia, the traditional code of Islamic law, and strengthened by the conviction that only the Revolutionary Command Council spoke for the Libyan people. Over time, the Gadhafi regime created a unique form of direct democracy consisting of a nationwide system of congresses and committees designed to give the impression the Libyan people were running the government. In fact, Gadhafi, the remaining Revolutionary Command Council members, the Free Unionist Officers and revolutionary committees appointed by Gadhafi tightly controlled the political system from the start, making all important decisions. The functions and activities of the direct democracy system were regulated by law; however, the activities of the parallel sector directed by Gadhafi and his cohorts was not in any way regulated by legal statutes. Gadhafi was a revolutionary, and initially, his regime pursued a complex, aggressive and often violent foreign policy. Beginning in the early 1980s, a series of setbacks caused him to rethink failed initiatives, and after 1999, Libya sought to return to the international community. The Libyan agreement to pay $2.7 billion to the families of the victims of the Lockerbie bombing and its renunciation of weapons of mass destruction marked important steps in the reconciliation process. By 2006, the United States had achieved full commercial and diplomatic relations with Libya for the first time in 25 years. By any measure, Gadhafi’s legacy is a negative one. Politically, he systematically destroyed civil society and banned political parties, leaving the Libyan people with no experience in democratic government. Socially, his authoritarian regime violated the most basic human rights, including freedom of speech, assembly and the press. Economically, he failed to diversify the economy, leaving the country almost totally dependent on income from oil and gas revenues.
The Story of King Francis I of France, the greatest enemy of Emperor Charles V, and Eleanor of Austria, Charles's sister La historia del rey Francisco I de Francia, el mayor enemigo del Emperador Carlos V, y Leonor de Austria, hermana de Carlos Music: Ella Henderson - Beautifully Unfinished
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Source: 🤍 Episode 4: Bonjour! Episode Four brings you my conversation with David Edwards, Cast Director and Henry VIII at the St. Louis Renaissance Festival. David is a gifted actor and an all around wonderful human being. It was a delight finding out more about his involvement with Renaissance Festivals through our conversation, which comes from a Facebook Live series I recorded at the St. Louis Renaissance Festival. Enjoy! Where to find David Edwards: ~Facebook - 🤍 If you are a performer, merchant, or diehard patron in or of the Renaissance Festival world and would like to be featured on Coffee Talk with King Francois I, reach out to me by way of clicking on the following link: 🤍 Podcast music, "Dance of the Mill," composed by Theodore Jander. Found out more about your host, Theodore Jander, at: ~Website - Theodore Jander.com (🤍) ~Instagram - theodore_jander (🤍 ~Amazon - A Journey Begun Through Poetry and Inspirational Thoughts (🤍
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This is a LibriVox recording. All LibriVox recordings are in the public domain. For more information, or to volunteer, please visit: 🤍 🤍 A Popular History of France from the Earliest Times, vol 4by Francois GuizotTranslated by Robert BlackFrançois Pierre Guillaume Guizot (October 4, 1787 -September 12, 1874) was a French historian, orator, and statesman. Guizot was a dominant figure in French politics prior to the Revolution of 1848, actively opposing as a liberal the reactionary King Charles X before his overthrow in the July Revolution of 1830, then in government service to the "citizen king" Louis Philippe, as the Minister of Education, 1832-1837, ambassador to London, Foreign Minister 1840-1847, and finally Prime Minister of France from September 19, 1847 to February 23, 1848. His "Popular History of France" is an attractive and engrossing narravative, here presented in an easily readable English translation by Robert Black, first published in 1898. (Summary adapted from Wikipedia by Karen Merline.)Other volumes availableGutenberg e-textWikipedia - Francois GuizotVolumes 1-5M4B format availableLibriVox's A Popular History of France from the Earliest Times, vol 4 Internet Archive pageZip file of the entire book 455.8MBRSS feed · Subscribe in iTunesTotal running time: 15:49:08In addition to the readers, this audio book was produced by:Book Coordinator: Sibella DentonDedicated Proof-Listener: AnniseMeta-Coordinator/Cataloging: Annise