Which monarch, who died in the 14th century, was the only non-French king to whom a cenotaph was built in the royal basilica of Saint-Denis in the 19th century?
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Last updated Aug 28 2021.
Originally posted Aug 27 2021 4:45 PM.
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Levon V, King of Armenia (1342-1393). He was the last Latin king of the Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia which he ruled from 1374 to 1375. In 1375, his kingdom was conquered by Mameluks and Levon was forced to exile in Egypt. He later went to Spain and France where he died in 1393.