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In he issued the Edict of Nantes , which granted circumscribed toleration to the Huguenots. Henry and Margaret separated even before Henry acceded to the throne in August After Henry became king of France, it was of the utmost importance that he provide an heir to the crown to avoid the problem of a disputed succession.
Henry's councillors strongly opposed this idea, but the matter was resolved unexpectedly by Gabrielle's sudden death in the early hours of 10 April , after she had given birth to a premature and stillborn son.
His marriage to Margaret was annulled in , and Henry married Marie de' Medici in For the royal entry of Marie into Avignon on 19 November , the citizens bestowed on Henry the title of the Hercule Gaulois "Gallic Hercules" , justifying the extravagant flattery with a genealogy that traced the origin of the House of Navarre to a nephew of Hercules ' son Hispalus.
Bronze , circa From France, probably Paris. He and Sully protected forests from further devastation, built a system of tree-lined highways, and constructed bridges and canals.
He used one construction project to attract attention to his power. When building the Pont-Neuf , a bridge in Paris, he placed a statue of himself in the middle. More than metres long and thirty-five metres wide, this huge addition was built along the bank of the Seine River.
At the time it was the longest edifice of its kind in the world. King Henry IV, a promoter of the arts by all classes of people, invited hundreds of artists and craftsmen to live and work on the building's lower floors. This tradition continued for another two hundred years, until Emperor Napoleon I banned it. The art and architecture of his reign have become known as the " Henry IV style " since that time.
France laid claim to New France now Canada. The conflict was not resolved until after the Thirty Years' War. Spain and Italy[ edit ] During Henry's struggle for the crown, Spain had been the principal backer of the Catholic League, and it tried to thwart Henry.
Under the Duke of Parma , an army from the Spanish Netherlands intervened in against Henry and foiled his siege of Paris. Another Spanish army helped the nobles opposing Henry to win the Battle of Craon against his troops in After Henry's coronation, the war continued because there was an official tug-of-war between the French and Spanish states, but after victory at the Siege of Amiens in September the Peace of Vervins was signed in This enabled him to turn his attention to Savoy, with which he also had been fighting.
Their conflicts were settled in the Treaty of Lyon of , which mandated territorial exchanges between France and the Duchy of Savoy. Initially, Louis XVI resisted, declared the Assembly null and void and called out the army to restore order. Public dissension grew, and a National Guard formed to resist the King's actions. By July , he was forced to acknowledge the National Assembly's authority.
On July 14, riots broke out in Paris and crowds stormed the Bastille prison in a show of defiance toward the King. The day is now commemorated in France as a national holiday and the start of the French Revolution. For a time, it seemed that Louis XVI could mollify the masses by saying that he would acquiesce to their demands.
However he accepted bad advice from the nobility's hard-line conservatives and his wife, Marie Antoinette. He talked of reform but resisted demands for it. The royal family was forcibly transferred from Versailles to Paris on October 6, Louis ignored advice from advisors and refused to abdicate his responsibilities as king of France, agreeing to a disastrous attempt to escape to the eastern frontier in June He and his family were brought back to Paris, and he lost all credibility as a monarch.
Louis had failed to address France's financial problems, instigating the French Revolution that eventually descended upon him.
He made matters worse by often escaping to more pleasurable activities like hunting and locksmithing. Modern historians attribute this behavior to a clinical depression that left him prone to paralyzing indecisiveness. In the fall of , Louis XVI tied his hopes on the dubious prospect of war with Austria in hopes that a military defeat would pave the way for a restoration of his authority.
War broke out in April That November, proof of Louis XVI's secret dealings and counter-revolutionary intrigues was discovered, and he and his family were charged with treason. Louis was soon found guilty by the National Assembly and condemned to death.
His wife, Marie Antoinette, met the same fate nine months later, on October 16, Their young son, Louis-Charles, died in prison where living conditions were horrible. The marriage was met with some skepticism by members of the French court, as they remembered a previous alliance with the Habsburgs pulled France into the Seven Years War.
Though initially charmed by her personality, the French people eventually came to loathe Marie Antoinette, accusing her of being promiscuous and sympathetic to French enemies.
The first few years of marriage for Louis and Marie were amicable but distant. His shyness kept him distant from her in private, and his fear of her manipulation made him cold to her in public.
It is believed the couple did not consummate their marriage for some time, having their first child eight years after their wedding.