The French States-General assemble at Paris

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Historical Context Note

The French States-General assemble at Paris, meeting until March 1615. The occasion of their meeting is the coming-of-age of Louis XIII, although the dominance of Concino Concini made its occurence uncertain until he faced a rebellion from the Prince of Condé.
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Editors. "The French States-General assemble at Paris". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 February 2011
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