Treaty of Angoulême

The Treaty of Angoulême was signed on 10 August 1619 between Queen Marie de Medici and her son, King Louis XIII of France in Angoulême, France. The accord was negotiated by Charles de Luynes and it officially ended the civil war in France between supporters of Queen Marie and supporters of King Louis. Moreover, the agreement established lines of reconciliation between mother and son.

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