After a series of assassination attempts against King Henry IV, the Jesuits who had been accused of complicity in at least two cases were expelled from France in 1595. A pyramidal monument was built near the Palace of Justice in order to commemorate the events, but was torn down few years after, in 1603. During the anti-Jesuit debates of the mid-18th century, the memory of the monument was revived and images of it were produced as "historical evidence" against the order.
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Monument de l’exécrable doctrine du régicide enseignée et pratiquée par les soi-disans Jésuites, etching, Paris ca. 1760, unknown artist; Source: Bibliothèque de Port-Royal, Paris, Est. 281.