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Which of the following men was tolerant of Huguenots and other non-Catholics? a. Henry IV c. Cardinal Armand Richelieu b. The Sun King d. Phillip V
The men was tolerant of Huguenots and other non-Catholics is: A. Henry IV
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User: granted religious freedom to all

User: who granted religious freedom to all

User: Chief Minister under Louis XIII

User: By the Edict of Nantes in 1598, Henry IV of France granted religious toleration to a. Catholics. c. Jews. b. Muslims. d. Huguenots.

User: became king at the age of 9

User: who became king at the age of 9

User: Which of the following men was tolerant of Huguenots and other non-Catholics? a. Henry IV c. Cardinal Armand Richelieu b. The Sun King d. Phillip V

Weegy: The men was tolerant of Huguenots and other non-Catholics is: A. Henry IV
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User: What was the role of the Estates General? a. It was a council which helped to rebuild France after the religious wars. c. It was a council of royal officials which collected taxes and enforced the king’s policies. b. It was a council of noblemen and advisors which was not used under the Sun King. d. It was a competition amongst nobles at the Palace of Versailles.

Weegy: c.It was a council of royal officials which collected taxes and enforced the king’s policies.
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User: French actor-playwright who produced comedies that made fun of French society

Weegy: Moliere. He wrote such foolish ladies and many others.
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