A Conversation for King John and the Magna Carta

Louis who?

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King Louis XV of France (1710-1774) was king of France 1715-1774. His son, Louis Ferdinand (Dauphin was the heir apparent to the French throne called) lived 1729-1764.

I assume you mean Louis VIII, Louis le Lion (1187-1226) who was king of France 1223-1226. He was the son of Philip II. Louis was proclaimed king of England 1216 but was never crowned.

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