- A city of north-central France, an industrial suburb of Paris. Dating from early Christian times as a place of pilgrimage, it is the site of a Benedictine abbey founded c. 626. The city's 12th-century Gothic cathedral contains the tombs of numerous French monarchs, including those of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette.x
- The capital of Réunion, a port on the Indian Ocean. It was founded in the late 17th century as a way station on the route to the Orient.x
- The administrative capital of RÃ©union, the overseas territory of France
- The second civil war began like the first with a frustrated attempt to kidnap the king, at Second the castle of Montceaux, near Meaux, in September ~ 1567; and with a siege of Paris, the general centre of Catholicism, in the course of which the constable de Montmorency was killed at Saint-Denis.
- What had been a slow movement between I585 and 1592 was quickened by Henry IV.s abjuration of Protestantism at Saint-Denis on the 23rd of July 1593.
- This journey forms the subject of a window in the cathedral of Chartres, and there was originally a similar one at Saint-Denis.
- Of Les Grands Chroniques de Saint-Denis (1477), was not, as is sometimes stated, also a brother of the poet.
- Havet, Les Origines de Saint-Denis, in his collected works, i.