Definition of Louis le begue
1. Noun. King of France and Germany (846-879).
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Literary usage of Louis le begue
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1. The History of Civilization: From the Fall of the Roman Empire to the French by Guizot (François), William Hazlitt (1875)
"... Charles le Chauve, Louis le Begue, Carloman, Eudes, and Charles le Simple—Comparison of these tables according to. the figures only— Comparison of the ..."
2. The History of Normandy and of England by Francis Palgrave (1878)
"The sovereigns, Louis-le-Begue and Louis ... Louis the Saxon on his part covenanted, should he survive, to defend the sons of Louis-le-Begue and any other ..."
3. Transactions of the Royal Society of Literature of the United Kingdom by Royal Society of Literature (Great Britain) (1843)
"The pennies which are here attributed to Louis le Begue, and have the legend ' Christiana Religio' round the temple, are assigned to him, because it is well ..."
4. A History of France by John Ronald Moreton-Macdonald (1915)
"Bald died, the succession was only secured to his son louis le begue (the ... louis le begue died eighteen months later and his patrimony was divided ..."
5. The Church Historians of England by Joseph Stevenson (1854)
"The best writers state that Louis le Begue died at Compiegne on the 10th of April (quarto idua Aprilis), AD 879. • Louis defeated the Northmen, or Normans, ..."