Couvent des Célestins
It was the second most important burial site for royalty after the Basilique Saint-Denis. The prestigious convent was located nearby Hôtel Saint-Pol, the favourite residence of Charles V and Charles VI in the area of the Marais. Many of the high-ranking princes from their court were buried in the convent.
However the convent was profanated during the French Revolution. After the revolution, some of the tombstones were recovered by Alexandre Lenoir. In particular the tombstone of the Latin king Leon V of Armenia was placed in his Musée des monuments Français in the Saint-Denis Basilica.
- Mutafian, Claude (2001). Le Royaume Arménien de Cilicie. Paris: CNRS Editions. ISBN 2271051053.
- Claude Mutafian, Leon V of Lusignan, last king of Armenia
- Pierre-Yves Le Pogram, Tomb of Leon V de Lusignan