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Category:Architecture and Structures
Subcategory:Churches
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Keywords:France, French history, Paris, Saint-Denis, basilique de Saint-Denis, funeral monuments, gothic architecture, nécropole royale, tombs
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Dimensions1600 x 1027
Original file size254 KB
Image typeJPEG
Color spacesRGB
Date taken6-Dec-09 15:26
Date modified20-Jan-17 08:15
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Camera makeNIKON CORPORATION
Camera modelNIKON D200
Focal length22 mm
Exposure3s at f/5.6
ISO speedISO 100
Saint-Denis cathedral landmark of gothic architecture

Joan II of Navarre, John I "the Posthumous", Robert II the Pious and Henry I

John I, called "the Posthumous", was born after his father king Louis X had died. The boy only lived and reigned for 5 days in November 1316. The white marble effigy is evidently out of proportion.
His half-sister Joan (1312-1349) was queen of Navarre from 1329 until 1349.
The stylized gisants of the Capetian kings Robert II the Pious (972-1031) and his son Henry I (1008-1060) belong to the batch ordered by Saint Louis in the 13th century.