Francis gradually moved closer to Paris, first to the , then to , then to the , an enormous hunting lodge that he built in the.
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A century and a half of neglect, however, had left Charles V's Louvre dilapidated and stylistically out of keeping with contemporary tastes, and Francis I enjoined to once again update the structure.
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The wedding ceremony—very plain by the standards of the time—took place in the chapel of the on the afternoon of 25 June 1436, and was presided over by Renaud of Chartres, the.
This selection inspires the permanent wrath of Juno against the Trojans.