August 5, 1392. The day on which king Charles VI became insane in the forest of le Mans - The Point

on August 5, The king of France, Charles VI overlaps at the head of his men, in pursuit of Pierre de Craon, who had tried to assassinate his constable, Olivier

August 5, 1392. The day on which king Charles VI became insane in the forest of le Mans - The Point


on August 5, The king of France, Charles VI overlaps at the head of his men, in pursuit of Pierre de Craon, who had tried to assassinate his constable, Olivier de Clisson, a few days before. The fugitive would have found asylum in the home of the duke of Brittany. The troop army crossed the forest of Mans, where he made a heat burst. Charles VI was dressed in a garment of black velvet and wearing a cap failure red. Despite his young age, it's been eleven years that he ruled France. Until then his behavior has always been perfectly normal.

When the troupe royale passes near a léprose...

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