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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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King Louis IX bans the Talmud by royal ordinance in 1254, an action confirmed by Philip HI in 1290 and 1299, and Louis X in 1315.
For even more staggering stained glass, you should go to Saint Chappelle: a small chapel built by Louis IX in the mid-13th century to house relics from the Holy Land believed to be Christ's crown of thorns and part of the true cross.
Louis IX almost bankrupted France by one such expedition.
Get off at Notre Dame but bypass it for the more breathtaking Sainte Chapelle along the Boulevard du Palais, a Gothic masterpiece completed in 1248 by Louis IX with its 15 stained glass windows soaring 12metres (pounds 4.
And, on her mother's side, she was descended from Louis IX of France.
The Red Mass tradition was first documented in France, in the 1200's, where a special Mass for lawyers and judges was held in the Chapel of the Order of Advocates, built by King Louis IX.
Guillaume was a mendicant friar and the confessor of the wife of the French King Louis IX, (d.
At folios 128v-129v there is a copy, the only one surviving in an English manuscript, of the instructions, or 'Enseignements', that the posthumously canonized King Louis IX is reputed to have delivered to his son Philip when Louis was on his death-bed.
Mass was celebrated and the sermon preached by the bishop of Norwich, who made specific and favorable comparison of this relic to the many relics of Christ's Passion collected in Paris by the king's brother-in-law Louis IX.
It's different from the Children's Crusade, the disaster designed by our own patron saint, King Louis IX of France, as part of the first faith-based initiative back in the Middle Ages.
In 1272, the soon-to-be-saint French crusader King Louis IX lies dying in his royal tent in the Tunisian desert.
5-carat emerald was mounted in the Holy Crown of France by Louis IX in the 13th century.