Who controlled France in the 18th century?

Who was France leader in 1800?

Major Rulers of France

See also the table of Holy Roman emperors
Carolingian dynasty
Consulate (Napoleon Bonaparte) 1799–1804
First Empire (emperor)
Napoleon I (Napoleon Bonaparte) 1804–14, 1815

What was the ruling dynasty of France during the 18th century?

House of Bourbon: A European royal house of French origin, a branch of the Capetian dynasty, who first ruled France and Navarre in the 16th century and by the 18th century, also held thrones in Spain, Naples, Sicily, and Parma.

Who took control of France 1789?

Aristocratic revolt, 1787–89

During the spring and summer of 1788, there was unrest among the populace in Paris, Grenoble, Dijon, Toulouse, Pau, and Rennes. The king, Louis XVI, had to yield. He reappointed reform-minded Jacques Necker as the finance minister and promised to convene the Estates-General on May 5, 1789.

Who owned the majority of land in 18th century France?

In the 18th Century the majority of land in France was owned either by the church, the rich people or the nobles.

Who is the ruler of France?

House of Capet (987–1328)

Name King from Title
Philip II Augustus (Philippe Auguste) 18 September 1180 King of the Franks (Roi des Francs) King of France (Roi de France)
Louis VIII the Lion 14 July 1223 King of France (Roi de France)
Louis IX the Saint (Saint Louis) 8 November 1226
Philip III the Bold (Philippe) 25 August 1270
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