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The Love-Affairs of the Condés (1530 - 1740)

The The Most Serene House of Condé (named after Condé-en-Brie, now in the Aisne département) is a historical French house which was named after the title Prince of Condé. Originally assumed circa 1557 by the French Protestant leader, Louis de Bourbon (1530-1569), uncle of King Henry IV of France, and borne by his male line descendants. It became extinct when his eighth generation descendant Louis Henri Joseph de Bourbon died without surviving male issue.

See List of Princesses of Condé also for a list of consorts.




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