Leon VI (or V depending on historians) of Lusignan, King of Armenia † 1393, King of Little Armenia from 1374 to 1375.
The last king of Little Armenia, sent into exile, took refuge with Charles V, and then with Charles VI who paid d tribute to him by erecting a tomb in his name in the church of Celestins in Paris.
In accordance with oriental tradition, the lying recumbent holds a pair of gloves in his right hand, a distinctive sign of important people. In French tradition, the mark of the sovereignty of the person who is depicted on the tomb is the hand of justice.
Picture caption: Lying recumbent of Leon VI of Lusignan, King of Armenia