Treaty of Paris (1229)

1229 treaty between the king of France and duke of Toulouse on the Provence territory

The Treaty of Paris was a treaty signed on April 12, 1229. It was signed between Raymond VII of Toulouse and Louis IX of France. The agreement officially ended the Albigensian Crusade. Th treaty also said that Raymond's daughter was to be married to Louis' brother. Raymond also gave away the northern provinces of his lands, as well as Languedoc, to Louis.