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King Louis XIV
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    (September 5, 1638-September 1, 1715)
    King of France (1643-1715)
    He believed it was his God-given right to rule.
    He was vain and extravagant.
    He called himself 'the Sun King.'
    He revoked the Edict of Nantes, which had granted political rights to French Protestants.
    He became King of France at the age of four.
    He considered his job as ruler to be 'grand, noble and delightful.'
    He was a patron of arts and culture.
    He was able to keep the nobility from grabbing power.
    He built the Palace of Versailles, which is still a top tourist attraction today.
    His reign was the longest in European history.
    He is the namesake for the American state Louisiana.

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