Henry IV \(France and Navarre\)

Henry IV \(France and Navarre\)
Henry IV \(France and Navarre\)
King of France and Navarre (1553-1610)

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  • Navarre — • Territory in the Pyrenees Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Navarre     Navarre     † Cat …   Catholic encyclopedia

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