Louis VII of France

King of France

Louis VII, called the Younger or the Young (French: Louis le Jeune; 112018 September 1180), was King of France from 1137 until his death. He was the son and successor of Louis VI.

Louis VII the Young
King of the Franks
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Louis VII the Young of France
ReignAs co-King: 25 October 11311 August 1137
As senior King: 1 August 113718 September 1180
Coronation25 October 1131, Cathedral of Reims
PredecessorLouis VI
SuccessorPhilip II Augustus
Died(1180-09-18)September 18, 1180
Saint-Pont, Allier
IssueMarie, Countess of Champagne (114598)
Alix, Countess of Blois (115197/98)
Marguerite, Queen of Hungary (115897)
Alys, Countess of the Vexin (11601220)
Philip Augustus (1165-1223)
Agnes, Byzantine Empress (11711240)
HouseHouse of Capet
FatherLouis VI of France (10811137)
MotherAdélaide of Maurienne (10921154)


Louis VII of France Father:
Louis VI of France
Paternal Grandfather:
Philip I of France
Paternal Great-grandfather:
Henry I of France
Paternal Great-grandmother:
Anne of Kiev
Paternal Grandmother:
Bertha of Holland
Paternal Great-grandfather:
Floris I, Count of Holland
Paternal Great-grandmother:
Gertrude of Saxony
Adelaide of Maurienne
Maternal Grandfather:
Humbert II of Savoy
Maternal Great-grandfather:
Amadeus II of Savoy
Maternal Great-grandmother:
Joan of Geneva
Maternal Grandmother:
Gisela of Burgundy
Maternal Great-grandfather:
William I, Count of Burgundy
Maternal Great-grandmother:

Marriages and ChildrenEdit

Louis married three times. By Eleanor of Aquitaine, he had:

By Constance of Castile:

By Adele of Champagne: