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Jean-Baptiste Lully: Symphonie des Plaisirs 1668

Another famous feast that took place in Versailles (yet being built) on the 18 July 1668 was dedicated to Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle ending the War of Devolution. It was called e le Grand divertissement royal & lasted only one evening.  … Continue reading

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Myth VI: The Great Conqueror

Giving his instructions to Grand Dauphin, his son, Louis XIV indeed mentioned: ‘I loved the War too much…’ But was he really the conqueror and a terrible usurper as he is liked to be imagined by many modern historians…and by … Continue reading

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