Statue of Louis XIII of France by Francois Rude th century Louis XIII was the Son of Henri IV and Marie de Medici and the father of Louis XIV He came to the throne in aged after the assassination of his father His mother ruled as regent until Louis was and continued to be de facto ruler of France until she was sent into exile in After this Louis would go on with the assistance of his minister Cardinal Richelieu to become one of the first examples of an absolute monarch A print from La France et les Franais Travers les Sicles Volume II F Roy editor A Challamel SaintAntoine
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