Louis X the Quarreler (1289 † 1316), king of France and Navarre from 1314 to 1316, son of Philippe IV le Bel and Jeanne de Navarre.
The recumbent effigy of Louis X the Quarreler was commissioned by his brother, Charles IV, towards 1327. It has preserved the canopy that surmounted it. King Louis X had a brief and difficult reign. Clémence de Hongrie, his second wife, whose effigy lies in Saint-Denis, gave birth after his death, Jean I called the Posthumous.