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France in the early 17th century Henry IV Louis XIII, 1610–43 The Frondes The
age of Louis XIV The development of central government Louis' religious policy
Absolutism of Louis Foreign affairs French culture in the 17th century IV. France ...
Stick-back chair Pedestal table (Left) Chrome-plate tubular steel armchair with
canvas seat. Low, square, upholstered chairs typical of 17th-century Dutch
homes shown in “Recreation," By courtesy of (left, centre) the Museum of Modern
farthingale chairs, were introduced in the early 17th century to accommodate the
wide skirts, called farthingales, that were popular at the time. Farthingale chairs
had upholstered seats and a low, rectangular upholstered back raised on short ...
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