Cardinal Richelieu


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Related to Cardinal Richelieu: Louis XIII, Louis XIV, Cardinal Mazarin
  • noun

Synonyms for Cardinal Richelieu

French prelate and statesman

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The swashbuckling trio and recruit D'Artagnan discover that evil Cardinal Richelieu is plotting against France, but can they return to Paris in time to thwart his plans?
When the schemes of the Cardinal Richelieu and a mysterious cloaked woman threaten to embarrass the King and Queen and throw the whole of France into war, it falls to d'Artagnan and his new found friends to save the day.
Peter Capaldi as Cardinal Richelieu was suitably dastardly, wielding unfathomable power over weedy King Louis XIII.
Lot 2: Guarding of Cardinal Richelieu Library and Museum Opera Arsenal sites.
He is also currently filming new BBC One drama series The Musketeers as Cardinal Richelieu.
THE Red Eminence, Cardinal Richelieu, is famous for making no secret of his authoritarian control of 17th century France.
Founded in 1635 by Cardinal Richelieu, the chief minister to King Louis XIII, The AcadA[c]mie monitors use of the French language and safeguards it from foreign impurities and typically comprises literary figures, philosophers, historians, scientists, politicians, and even military and church officials.
Established in 1635 by Cardinal Richelieu of French King Louis XIII, the French Academy plays a strong advisory role in representing the French language.
The Three Musketeers 3D (12A) Dumas gets a Pirates of the Caribbean-styled makeover complete with slo-mo, one liners and flying boats as young hothead D'Artagnan joins Athos, Porthos and Aramis to take on the scheming Cardinal Richelieu and assassin Milady.
Conniving Cardinal Richelieu (Christoph Waltz) dominates callow King Louis XIII (Freddie Fox), and the rogue's private guard has supplanted the loyal musketeers.
With the help of M'Lady (Milla Jovovich), D'Artagnan and the Musketeers learn of a plot by Cardinal Richelieu to impugn the Duke of Buckingham (Orlando Bloom) by planting evidence to suggest that the nobleman has deflowered the Queen.
Cardinal Richelieu is the famed favourite of Louis III, essential to the construction of French absolutism during the later 1620s and 1630s.
Ever since Cardinal Richelieu pioneered the "modern" approach to international relations, nation state personalities have always been a part of international negotiations.
The scientific interests of the stories' protagonists are shown to lie within cultural contexts that influence their attitudes towards the scientific thought and achievement (particularly in astronomy) of foreign lands, whether it be Ottoman Turkey, or France during the era of Cardinal Richelieu.
Bergin's third book on the French church, if we discount his two books on Cardinal Richelieu.