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Old 03-10-2019, 09:31 PM
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Thanks the Lord all these beautiful tombs were preserved !
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Yes it is ,so many were vandalized and lost completely as they were symbols of the outlawed Ancien Régime.
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The Priory of Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul de Souvigny houses the burial site of the Dukes of Bourbon in the heart of the old former province of the Bourbonnais.The church has survived but was badly damaged and tombs were defaced during the revolution.

The tomb of Charles I de Bourbon et Agnes de Burgogne



Tomb of Louis II de Bourbon and Anne de Forez



Buried in the crypt are the remains of Anne de France (daughter of Louis XI) Regent of France,her husband Pierre de Bourbon and their daughter Suzanne.Their coffins seem to have escaped the Revolutionary mobs however their tomb effigies were destroyed.
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The now lost tomb of Henry Ier,Count of Champagne at the now destroyed Collegiate church of Saint-Étienne in Troyes.The tomb was badly damaged by the Huguenots in 1583 but was completely destroyed in February 1792 when the Collegiate church was ransacked during the revolution and pulled down.The remains of Henri Ier and his second son Thibaut III were later rediscovered and buried at Troyes Cathedral in 1844.

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Blanche de Navarre, Countess of Champagne the widow of Thibaut III of Champagne was interred at the Notre-Dame d'Argensolles Abbey in 1229.The abbey was suppressed and destroyed during the REvolution.

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The tomb of Olivier de Clisson ,Comte de Porhoët +1407 and his wife wife at Basilique Notre Dame du Roncier, the tomb survived the revolution but the remains were dumped in a common pit by a mob in 1793.

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A 41 year old Pakistani man who broke into Saint Denis Basilica caused E40,000 worth of damage during his vandalism of burial site of the FRench kings.

Le vandale de la Basilique de Saint-Denis devant la justice*

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https://translate.google.com/transla...stice-20190510
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The Tombs of Valentina Visconti & Louis de Orleáns ,Duc d'Orleáns were originally housed at the now destroyed Couvent des Célestins in Paris but were salvaged and rehoused at St Denis during the Bourbon restoration.

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