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  8. Apparently we leaked onto twitter : CrusaderKings

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    Technically, a similar case happened in France. Louis X Capet was King of France, but died heirless in 1316, while his wife was pregnant. An interregnum regency occured and eventually the king Jean I became King (technically in CK2, this is represented by him being born before Louis's death).

  9. Ian Louis Harris – Ian Louis Harris

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    There is documentary evidence of tennis as a royal pursuit from the early 14th century. Tennis’s first “star”, for all the wrong reasons, was Louis X of France, known as Louis The Quarrelsome. Philip IV, Louis’s dad, bought the Tour de Nesle in 1308 and had a covered tennis court built within.

  10. 1711 Louis X1111 French coin. Otherwise known as King Louis The Great or The Sun King. He was King of France from 14 May 1643 until his death in 1715. His reign of 72 years and 110 days is the longest recorded of any monarch of a sovereign country in European history. The above statement makes this coin very special and a great talking point.

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