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French Monarchs

Enter the name of a French Monarch since the Capetians Dynasty (987)
Quiz by bleumarine22
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Last updated: June 26, 2012
First submittedJune 26, 2012
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Date
Monarch
987-996
Hugh Capet
996-1031
Robert II
1031-1060
Henry I
1060-1108
Philip I
1108-1137
Louis VI
1137-1180
Louis VII
1180-1223
Philip II
1223-1226
Louis VIII
1226-1270
Louis IX
1270-1285
Philip III
1285-1314
Philip IV
1314-1316
Louis X
1316-1316
John I
1316-1322
Philip V
1322-1328
Charles IV
1328-1350
Philip VI
1350-1364
John II
1364-1380
Charles V
1380-1422
Charles VI
1422-1461
Charles VII
1461-1483
Louis XI
Date
Monarch
1483-1498
Charles VIII
1498-1515
Louis XII
1515-1547
Francis I
1547-1559
Henry II
1559-1560
Francis II
1560-1574
Charles IX
1574-1589
Henry III
1589-1610
Henry IV
1610-1643
Louis XIII
1643-1715
Louis XIV
1715-1774
Louis XV
1774-1792
Louis XVI
1792-1804
First Republic
1804-1814
Napoleon I
1814-1815
Louis XVIII
1815-1815
Napoleon I
1815-1815
Napoleon II
1815-1824
Louis XVIII
1824-1830
Charles X
1830-1848
Louis-Philip
1852-1870
Napoleon III
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level 43
Mar 10, 2014
"French republic" counts as an answer??? missed the 100% for this...
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level 55
May 2, 2014
i tried it at the very end, but it's really bad!
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level 78
Mar 26, 2014
Technically, Napoleon II was indeed emperor between the 22 june and 7 july 1815. Maybe you should include Louis XIX and Henry V as well ^^.
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level 41
May 10, 2014
Enjoyable quiz. Please change the names from Anglo to French - I tried Francois and Jean and Henri and Philippe before I realised. And I too missed out on 100% because French Republic seems to count as an answer.
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level 35
Dec 30, 2014
Why not have French spellings too? I've never seen Francois described as "Francis" and it looks weird/wrong. Same for Henri, Louis-Philippe, etc.