Bourbon Dynasty: Le Grand Conde: The Rebel Without A Cause( 1606-1660)
Louis II de Bourbon, Duc d’Enghien, Known as Le Grand Conde, was a cousin to Louis XIV. He was loud, ugly, not trustworthy, kinky and undoubtedly brave in battle.
He rebelled against Louis XIV. Condé was in and out of favor.
Although miserably married he was the father of three children. He was also flagrantly gay and was fond of shoving his hand down the pants of those he fancied.
Note: Louis XIV gave him a pink diamond when he was accepted back to court. The diamond is called Le Grande Conde.
Note on Lenticular: The image of Conde is an illumination of the rebel angels triumphing over the devil. The devil being Conde.