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However, at that moment of seeming victory, the envy of the Duke of Mayenne was aroused, and he blocked the proposed election of a king. The Parlement of Paris also upheld the Salic law. They argued that if the French accepted natural hereditary succession, as proposed by the Spaniards, and accepted a woman as their queen, then the ancient claims of the English kings would be confirmed, and the monarchy of centuries past would be nothing but an illegality.
Mayenne was angered that he had not been consulted prior to this admonishment, but yielded, since their aim was not contrary to his present views. He was said to have declared that Paris vaut bien une messe "Paris is well worth a mass" ,    although there is some doubt whether he said this, or whether the statement was attributed to him by his contemporaries. Since Reims, the traditional location for the coronation of French kings, was still occupied by the Catholic League, Henry was crowned King of France at the Cathedral of Chartres on 27 February In he issued the Edict of Nantes , which granted circumscribed toleration to the Huguenots.
Henry's first marriage was not a happy one, and the couple remained childless. Henry and Margaret separated even before Henry acceded to the throne in August After Henry became king of France, it was of the utmost importance that he provide an heir to the crown to avoid the problem of a disputed succession. Henry's councillors strongly opposed this idea, but the matter was resolved unexpectedly by Gabrielle's sudden death in the early hours of 10 April , after she had given birth to a premature and stillborn son.
His marriage to Margaret was annulled in , and Henry married Marie de' Medici in For the royal entry of Marie into Avignon on 19 November , the citizens bestowed on Henry the title of the Hercule Gaulois "Gallic Hercules" , justifying the extravagant flattery with a genealogy that traced the origin of the House of Navarre to a nephew of Hercules ' son Hispalus.
He and Sully protected forests from further devastation, built a system of tree-lined highways, and constructed bridges and canals. He used one construction project to attract attention to his power. When building the Pont-Neuf , a bridge in Paris, he placed a statue of himself in the middle. The King restored Paris as a great city, with the Pont Neuf , which still stands today, constructed over the river Seine to connect the Right and Left Banks of the city. More than metres long and thirty-five metres wide, this huge addition was built along the bank of the Seine River. At the time it was the longest edifice of its kind in the world.
King Henry IV, a promoter of the arts by all classes of people, invited hundreds of artists and craftsmen to live and work on the building's lower floors. This tradition continued for another two hundred years, until Emperor Napoleon I banned it. The art and architecture of his reign have become known as the " Henry IV style " since that time. France laid claim to New France now Canada. The conflict was not resolved until after the Thirty Years' War.
During Henry's struggle for the crown, Spain had been the principal backer of the Catholic League, and it tried to thwart Henry. Under the Duke of Parma , an army from the Spanish Netherlands intervened in against Henry and foiled his siege of Paris. Another Spanish army helped the nobles opposing Henry to win the Battle of Craon against his troops in After Henry's coronation, the war continued because there was an official tug-of-war between the French and Spanish states, but after victory at the Siege of Amiens in September the Peace of Vervins was signed in This enabled him to turn his attention to Savoy, with which he also had been fighting.
Their conflicts were settled in the Treaty of Lyon of , which mandated territorial exchanges between France and the Duchy of Savoy. It was widely believed that in Henry was preparing to go to war against the Holy Roman Empire. The preparations were terminated by his assassination, however, and the subsequent rapprochement with Spain under the regency of Marie de' Medici. Even before Henry's accession to the French throne, the French Huguenots were in contact with Aragonese Moriscos in plans against the Habsburg government of Spain in the s.
It granted numerous advantages to France in the Ottoman Empire. During the reign of Henry IV, various enterprises were set up to develop trade with faraway lands. No ships were sent, however, until Henry IV proved to be a man of vision and courage. As king, he adopted policies and undertook projects to improve the lives of all subjects, which made him one of the country's most popular rulers ever. Henry is said to have originated the oft-repeated phrase " a chicken in every pot ".
If God keeps me, I will make sure that no peasant in my realm will lack the means to have a chicken in the pot on Sunday! This statement epitomises the peace and relative prosperity which Henry brought to France after decades of religious war, and demonstrates how well he understood the plight of the French worker and peasant farmer.
This real concern for the living conditions of the "lowly" population—who in the final analysis provided the economic basis for the power of the king and the great nobles—was perhaps without parallel among the kings of France. Following his death Henry would be remembered fondly by most of the population. He was also a great philanderer , fathering many children by a number of mistresses.
Henry was nicknamed "the Great" Henri le Grand , and in France is also called le bon roi Henri "the good king Henry" or le vert galant "The Green Gallant", for his numerous mistresses. Henry's coach was stopped by traffic congestion related to the Queen's coronation ceremony, as depicted in the engraving by Gaspar Bouttats. Henry was buried at the Saint Denis Basilica. The reign of Henry IV was long remembered by the French people. A statue was erected in his honour at the Pont Neuf in , four years after his death.
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When the Revolution radicalized its positions and came to altogether reject Monarchy, Henry IV's statue was torn down along with other royal monuments — but it was the first to be rebuilt, in , and it stands today on the Pont Neuf. In addition, when Princess Caroline of Naples and Sicily a descendant of his gave birth to a male heir to the throne of France seven months after the assassination of her husband Charles Ferdinand, Duke of Berry , by a Republican fanatic, the boy was conspicuously named Henri in reference to his forefather Henry IV. Henry IV's popularity continued when the first edition of his biography, Histoire du Roy Henry le Grand , was published in Amsterdam in An English edition was published at London in Patrilineal descent governs membership and succession in many royal and noble houses.
Henry was a scion of the House of Bourbon , which was a branch of the Capetian dynasty , which sprang from the Robertians. Louis was the direct descendant of Hugh Capet , who became King of France in and made the crown hereditary.
It is one of the oldest royal patrilines in Europe. Historians have been making the assertion that Henry IV was a convinced Calvinist , only changing his formal religious allegiance to adjust, suit or achieve his political goals. In , after the massacre of French Calvinists, he was forced by Catherine de' Medici and other powerful Roman Catholic royalty to convert.
In , as he managed to escape from Paris, he abjured Roman Catholicism and returned to Calvinism. In , in order to become King of France rather than by his own beliefs, he converted again to Roman Catholicism. Although a formal Roman Catholic, he valued his Calvinist upbringing and was tolerant toward the Huguenots until his death in , and issued the Edict of Nantes which granted many concessions to them.
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None ; not baptized yet Roman Catholic ; at baptism  Reformed ; raised Calvinist  Roman Catholic ; forced conversion to Roman Catholicism  Reformed ; returned to Calvinism  Roman Catholic ; converted to Roman Catholicism for coronation  . On 18 August , Henry married his second cousin Margaret of Valois ; their childless marriage was annulled in His subsequent marriage to Marie de' Medici on 17 December produced six children:.
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Ancestors of Henry IV of France  [ full citation needed ] Isabelle de Beauvau 4. Marie of Luxembourg Margaret of Savoy 2. Antoine of Navarre Marie of Armagnac 5. Margaret of Lorraine Yolande of Anjou 1. Henry IV of France Alain I, Lord of Albret John III of Navarre Henry II of Navarre Gaston, Prince of Viana Catherine of Navarre Madeleine of Valois 3. Jeanne III of Navarre Marguerite de Rohan 7. Philip II, Duke of Savoy Louise of Savoy Marguerite of Bourbon. Canada's History. Knopf:New York, , p. Henry Kamen, Routledge, , p.
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