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Lou·is

(lū-ē'),
Pierre C.A., French physician, 1787-1872. See: Louis angle, Louis law.

Pasteur, Louis

Etymology: French chemist, 1822-1895
promoter of the germ theory of infection and developer of the pasteurization process to kill pathogenic organisms in milk. Pasteur also developed several vaccines and pioneered the development of stereochemistry by separating mirror image isomers.
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Traditional Greek and Spanish dances combine with the French Court dances of Louis IV to influence the choreography.
Born the son of King Louis IV d'Outremer and his wife, Gerberga, sister of Holy Roman Emperor Otto I (941); following his father's death (September 10, 954) he was elected King without opposition (November 12), but his regime was dominated first by Hugh the Great, Count of Paris, and after Hugh's death (956) by Archbishop Bruno of Cologne, brother of Otto I; Bruno fostered Otto's policy of maintaining a balance of power between the Carolingian rulers and their rivals, and he also persuaded Lothair to give Burgundy to Hugh the Great's son, Otto, instead of annexing it; forced to attend a council of Emperor Otto I at Cologne (June 965); married Otto's daughter Emma later that year; his freedom of action increased greatly after Bruno's death (December?
The CAROLINGIANS Pepin III (the Short) 751- 768 Charlemagne 768- 814 Louis I (the Pious) 814- 840 Charles II (the Bald) 840- 877 Louis II 877- 879 Louis III 879- 882 Carloman 882- 884 Charles III (the Fat) 884- 887 Eudes (Odo) 888- 989 Charles IV (the Simple) 898- 922 Robert I 922- 923 Rudolf 923- 936 Louis IV 936- 954 Lothair 954- 986 Louis V 986- 987 THE CAPETS Hugh Capet 987- 996 Robert II 996-1031 Henry I 1031-1060 Philip I 1060-1108 Louis VI 1108-1137 Louis VII 1137-1180 Philip II (Augustus) 1180-1223 Louis VIII 1223-1226 Louis IX (St.