Above: "Christ at the House of Simon the Pharisee" by Paolo Veronese, 1570, in the Hercules Room, which also has the largest ceiling fresco in Europe.
1 is a wall full of nobility and royalty, including the comfy couple in the lower middle "Henriette-Anna of England, Duchess of Orleans" by Antoine Mathieu Le Père.
2 is a the opposite wall full of nobility and royalty, including the lower left "Jean-Baptiste Colbert, Controller of the Finances" by Claude Lefebrve.
3 shows more nobility and important people.
4 is top detail of "Louis XIV on a Horse in Victory June 1692" by Pierre Mignard.
5 is the Royal Room of the Academy of Sciences.
6 and 7 show the inside of the Royal Chapel.
8 is part of the ceiling in the Hercules Room, the largest ceiling fresco in Europe.
9 and 10 are ceiling frescoes painted by Hyacinthe Rigaud in the late 1600's in the Room of Abundance.
11 is "The Sacrifice of Iphigenia" by Charles de La Fosse, 1712, in the Diana Room.
12 is the Mars Room, named after the Roman god of war, not the planet or the David Bowie song.
13 is the anti-chamber just before the Hall of Mirrors.