The Rise and the Fall of Absolute Monarchy

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During his reign power was centralized around the work of the statesman, Cardinal Richelieu. Louis XIII fell completely under his control. Richelieu became in power through his friendship with Marie de Medici, and he was also her official advisor. Later he became the real power behind the throne.

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The Rise and the Fall of Absolute MonarchyTHE RISE AND FALL OF ABSOLUTE MONARCHYLOUIS XIIIDuring his reign power was centralized around the work of the statesman, Cardinal Richelieu. Louis XIII fell completely under his control. Richelieu became in power through his friendship with Marie de Medici, and he was also her official advisor. Later he became the real power behind the throne. Richelieu worked to centralize and strengthen the government, as well as clear any opposition against it. He eventually banished the queen reagent when she tried to overthrow him. Richelieu sought out to w

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