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Joint tomb of Maria de la Cerda & her second husband Charles II Comte d'Alençon at the now destroyed Couvent des Jacobins de la rue Saint-Honoré.Marie died in paris in November 1379 & Charles was killed at the Battle of Crécy on August 26th,1346.



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Old 02-25-2014, 03:22 PM
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Tomb of Louis Ier, Duc de Bourbon & Comte de Clermont-en-Beauvais at the now destroyed Couvent des Jacobins de la rue Saint-Honoré.Louis was a French Prince of the Blood and a grandson of St Louis IX of France,he died in 1342.

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Henri IV's well preserved body was exposed by Revolutionaries in October 1793 following the violation of the Bourbon vaults.The body was later thrown into a common pit with all the other royal remains who's burials had been desecrated.

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Tomb of Charles X & his son, Louis-Antoine de Bourbon, Duc d'Angoulême at the Franciscan church at Kostanjevica in Slovenia.

Also buried here are

Marie-Thérèse de France,Madame Royale & Duchesse d'Angoulême
Louise d'Artois, Duchesse de Parme et de Plaisance
Henri d'Artois, Comte de Chambord
Marie-Thérèse de Modène
Pierre Louis Jean Casimir de Blacas,Duc de Blacas d'Aulps




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There is the time for the return of the last rightful KIngs of France (Charles X, Louis XIX and Henri V) at Saint Denis and Association was founded with this purpose:

http://www.noblesseetroyautes.com/20...a-saint-denis/

Charles X, dernier Roi de France et de Navarre
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Old 05-30-2014, 06:12 AM
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Marie-Thérèse de Savoie,wife of the future Charles X of France & Navarre died in 1805 before the Bourbon Restoration & is buried at Graz in Austria.
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They should all be buried at Saint Denis.
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Marie-Joséphe de Savoie wife of Louis XVIII who died in 1810 before he became King is buried at Cagliari Cathedral .
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Tomb of the Dauphin,Charles-Orland de France & his brother at Tours Cathedral in France.

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Rediscovery of the remains of Jean d'Orléans,Comte d'Angoulême ,his wife Marguerite de Rohan and their son, Charles d'Orléans,Comte d'Angoulême in 2011 at the Saint-Pierre d'Angoulême Cathedral.Charles Comte d'Angoulême was the father of King François I of France.Louise de Savoie widow of Charles and mother of King François I was buried beside her son at St Denis outside Paris.

Exclu CL: les squelettes exhumés à la cathédrale d'Angoulême sont ceux des aïeux de François Ier - charentelibre.fr

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The Tomb of Jeanne de Toulouse at l'Abbaye de Jarcy prior to the Revolution and all that remains below it.

Jeanne was a great granddaughter of Henry II of England and a granddaughter of Joan of England who she was named after.

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The tomb of Queen Catherine de Medici and King Henry II
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The 2 Beauneveu Lions that once graced the tomb of Charles V of France at St Denis went up for sale during the summer.

The Beauneveu Lions | Christie's

Rare French royal lions discovered by Christie's - Art History News - by Bendor Grosvenor
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The now destroyed Collégiale Saint-Georges de Vendôme was the burial site for the Counts and later Dukes of Vendôme ,Jeanne d'Albret mother of Henry IV was also buried here in 1572.

The church ransacked and pillaged by Huguenots in 1562 and completely destroyed and torn down in 1794 during the French Revolution.

The ruins today.

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Diane de France, Duchess of Angoulême was the natural daughter of Henri II and his then mistress Filippa Duci.Later Diane was a favourite of her stepmother Catherine and died in 1619,her remains were buried at the chapel of the Couvent des Minimes de la place Royale in Paris.The Chapel and Convent were destroyed during the Revolution but her tomb effigy was salvaged and is now at the Louvre on display.

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The Saint-Laurent collegiate church at Joinville housed the tombs of the Princely and Ducal House of Guise and the medieval Lords of Joinville .During the height of the French Revolution he tombs and coffins were desecrated and the church torn down in 1793 and the Princely remains dumped in a nearby cemetery.

Fragments of the now destroyed tomb of Claude de Lorraine, duc de Guise are now housed at the Louvre

https://marieguiselorraine2015.files...rechaumont.jpg

In September 1841,King Louis-Philippe had the Guise Princely remains reburied with those of the Lords of Joinville in a new tomb at the cemetery

https://marieguiselorraine2015.files...mbeauguise.jpg
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The now destroyed Collégiale Saint-Georges de Vendôme was the burial site for the Counts and later Dukes of Vendôme ,Jeanne d'Albret mother of Henry IV was also buried here in 1572.

The church ransacked and pillaged by Huguenots in 1562 and completely destroyed and torn down in 1794 during the French Revolution.

The ruins today.

https://goo.gl/images/fw9FVp

What happened to Jeanne d'Albret's remains ? Considering that she was a leading Huguenot, it would be odd if the Huguenots desecrated her tomb.
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What happened to Jeanne d'Albret's remains ? Considering that she was a leading Huguenot, it would be odd if the Huguenots desecrated her tomb.
The sack by the hugenots happened in ten years before Jeanne died. Her remains were safe until the tombs were destroyed by the French revolution. Some of the remains of the royal tombs were found in an excavation, but they were never identified.
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Yes indeed Jeanne III was buried beside her husband at the Collégiale Saint-Georges de Vendôme which was the traditional resting place of the House of Vendôme .During the height of anti royal Revolutionary fervor the church was pillaged and desecrated in 1793 ,the marble tombs were ransacked and all remains dumped in a pit and the church was pulled downed and demolished.

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