Here we see the praying statues of Louis XVI and queen Marie-Antoinette who died at the guillotine in the Revolution of the 1790's, and to the right, the tomb of king Dagobert, who ruled over a thousand years earlier.  Saint-Denis was conceived in part by him as a symbol of the eternity of the French monarchy.
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