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Framed Print of Saint Louis and his brothers taken prisoner during the Seventh Crusade, 1250 (1522)

Saint Louis and his brothers taken prisoner during the Seventh Crusade, 1250 (1522). Artist: Unknown

Saint Louis and his brothers taken prisoner during the Seventh Crusade, 1250 (1522). Artist: Unknown
Saint Louis and his brothers taken prisoner during the Seventh Crusade, 1250 (1522). Louis IX of France and his brothers Alphonse and Charles were captured by the Mamelukes in Egypt during the Seventh Crusade. Louis was ransomed for 400, 000 livres and the city of Damietta. He commanded a further crusade, the Eighth, in 1270, but died of the plague near Tunis. Renowned for his piety and kindness to the poor, Louis was canonised by Pope Boniface VIII in 1297.

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Framed Print of Saint Louis and his brothers taken prisoner during the Seventh Crusade, 1250 (1522). Artist: Unknown

Saint Louis and his brothers taken prisoner during the Seventh Crusade, 1250 (1522). Louis IX of France and his brothers Alphonse and Charles were captured by the Mamelukes in Egypt during the Seventh Crusade. Louis was ransomed for 400, 000 livres and the city of Damietta. He commanded a further crusade, the Eighth, in 1270, but died of the plague near Tunis. Renowned for his piety and kindness to the poor, Louis was canonised by Pope Boniface VIII in 1297
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Alphonse , Captive , Captivity , Captured , Charles I , Charles I Of Anjou , Count Of Anjou , Count Of Toulouse And Poitiers , Crusader , Crusades , King Louis Ix , King Of Sicily And Naples , Louis Ix , Portcullis , Ransom , Saint Louis , Seventh Crusade , St Louis

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Wooden frame and print with digital mat. Overall outside dimensions are 22x18 inch (559x457mm). Finished back features brown backing paper, hanging bracket and corner bumpers. Glazed with durable Styrene Plastic to provide a virtually unbreakable glass-like finish, easily cleaned with a damp cloth. Maximum size of printed image is 16"x12"
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