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*[[Chanson de William]]or "La Chanson de Guillaume" (Old French, 1150-1175)
 
*[[Chanson de William]]or "La Chanson de Guillaume" (Old French, 1150-1175)
 
*[[Raoul de Cambrai]](Old French, c.1180-1200)
 
*[[Raoul de Cambrai]](Old French, c.1180-1200)
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*[[Guillaume d'Orange]] (Old French 12th C)
 
   
 
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=Fiction (not necesarily romance)=
 
=Fiction (not necesarily romance)=
 
==Geoffrey, of Monmouth ([[fl.]] 1130-1155)==
 
==Geoffrey, of Monmouth ([[fl.]] 1130-1155)==
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*Marie de Champagne
 
*Marie de Champagne
 
*Denis Piramus (Vie Seint Edmund le rei, after 1170)
 
*Denis Piramus (Vie Seint Edmund le rei, after 1170)
==[[Troubadour poetry]]==
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==[[Troubadour poetry]]==
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====Guilhelm IX d'Aquitaine==== 1071-1126
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===Guilhelm IX d'Aquitaine===
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1071-1126
 
Father of the troubadour tradition.
 
Father of the troubadour tradition.
====Marcabru==== c. 1127-1150
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===Marcabru===
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c. 1127-1150
 
Innovator of the difficult trobar clus style.
 
Innovator of the difficult trobar clus style.
====Bernart de Ventadorn==== c.1145-1180
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===Bernart de Ventadorn===
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c.1145-1180
 
Author of the troubadour classic "Can vei la lauzeta mover."
 
Author of the troubadour classic "Can vei la lauzeta mover."
====Raimbaut d'Aurenga==== c. 1143-1173
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===Raimbaut d'Aurenga===
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c. 1143-1173
====Peire d'Alvernhe==== fl. 1150-1180
 
====Arnaut Daniel==== fl. 1180-1210
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===Peire d'Alvernhe===
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fl. 1150-1180
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===Arnaut Daniel===
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fl. 1180-1210
 
Inventor of the sestina; his most famous piece is "Lo ferm voler q'el cor m'intra."
 
Inventor of the sestina; his most famous piece is "Lo ferm voler q'el cor m'intra."
====Bertrand de Born==== c.1140-1215
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===Bertrand de Born===
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c.1140-1215
====Comtessa de Dia==== late 12th c.
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===Comtessa de Dia===
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late 12th c.
 
One of the more famous trobairitz (female troubadours).
 
One of the more famous trobairitz (female troubadours).
====Peire Vidal==== fl. 1175-1205
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===Peire Vidal===
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fl. 1175-1205
   
 
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=Histories=
 
=Histories=
==[[Geoffrey, of Monmouth]]== (p. 1136-1148/55)
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*"Historia Regum Britanniae" (History of the Kings of Britain) [[Geoffrey, of Monmouth]] (p. 1136-1148/55)
*"Historia Regum Britanniae" (History of the Kings of Britain) Camb. Univ. Libr. MS.1706
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**Camb. Univ. Libr. MS.1706
 
**Some translations: ISBN: 0140441700
 
**Some translations: ISBN: 0140441700
=='Hugo Falcandus' (1154-69)==
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*"History of the tyrants of Sicily" 'Hugo Falcandus' (1154-69)
 
*"Gesta Regum Anglorum" [[William of Malmesbury]] (England, 1st ed 1125, updates till 1135-40)
*"History of the tyrants of Sicily"
 
==William of Malmesbury==
 
==="Gesta Regum Anglorum" ===
 
(England, 1st ed 1125, updates till 1135-40)
 
 
**William of Malmesbury. "Willelmi Malmesbriensis monachi De gestis regum Anglorum libri quinque; Historiae novellae libri tres." ed. by W. Stubbs. 2 vols. London, 1887-1889.
 
**William of Malmesbury. "Willelmi Malmesbriensis monachi De gestis regum Anglorum libri quinque; Historiae novellae libri tres." ed. by W. Stubbs. 2 vols. London, 1887-1889.
==="Historia Novella" (england, 1140-1142)===
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*"Historia Novella" [[William of Malmesbury]] (england, 1140-1142)
===William of Malmesbury "Gesta Pontificum", ===
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*"Gesta Pontificum", [[William of Malmesbury]] (england,1st ed 1125, updates till 1140)
(england,1st ed 1125, updates till 1140)
 
 
**William of Malmesbury. Willelmesbiriensis Monachi De gestis ponti ficum Anglorum libri quinque. Ed. by N. E. S. A. Hamilton. London, 1870.
 
**William of Malmesbury. Willelmesbiriensis Monachi De gestis ponti ficum Anglorum libri quinque. Ed. by N. E. S. A. Hamilton. London, 1870.
===Benot "Chronique des Ducs de Normandie"===
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*"Chronique des Ducs de Normandie" [[Benot]]
===Chronica, by Joceline de Brakelond, 1173-1203===
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*"Chronica", Joceline de Brakelond, 1173-1203
 
**In Arnold, T. (ed.) Memorials of St. Edmund's Abbey. 3 vols. London, 1890-96.
 
**In Arnold, T. (ed.) Memorials of St. Edmund's Abbey. 3 vols. London, 1890-96.
 
*"Lestorie des Engles solum la translacion Mais tre Geffrei Gaimar." [[Gaimar]](England 1135-1147)
===Gaimar===
 
*"Lestorie des Engles solum la translacion Mais tre Geffrei Gaimar." (England 1135-1147)
 
 
**Gaimar, Geoffrey. Lestorie des Engles solum la translacion Mais tre Geffrei Gaimar. ed. by T.D. Hardy and C.T. Martin. 2 vols. London, 1888-1889. Vol. I text, vol. 2 English translation.
 
**Gaimar, Geoffrey. Lestorie des Engles solum la translacion Mais tre Geffrei Gaimar. ed. by T.D. Hardy and C.T. Martin. 2 vols. London, 1888-1889. Vol. I text, vol. 2 English translation.
===unknown "Historia Ramesiensis" or "Liber Benefactorum Ecclesiae Ramesiensis" (c1170)===
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*"Historia Ramesiensis" or "Liber Benefactorum Ecclesiae Ramesiensis" unknown (c1170)
===Ramsey Abbey. Chronicon Abbatiae Rameniensis. Ed. by W. D. Marcay. London, 1886. ===
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**Ramsey Abbey. Chronicon Abbatiae Rameniensis. Ed. by W. D. Marcay. London, 1886.
 
*"Henrici Huntendunensis Historia Anglorum" or "the History of the English" [[Henry of Huntingdon]](England, editions from 1130-1154)
===Henry of Huntingdon===
 
*"Henrici Huntendunensis Historia Anglorum" or "the History of the English" (England, editions from 1130-1154)
 
 
**Henry of Huntingdon. Henrici Huntendunensis Historia Anglorum, the History of the English, by Henry, Archdeacon of Huntingdon, from B. C. 55 to A. D. 1154. In eight books. Ed. by T. Arnold. London, 1879.
 
**Henry of Huntingdon. Henrici Huntendunensis Historia Anglorum, the History of the English, by Henry, Archdeacon of Huntingdon, from B. C. 55 to A. D. 1154. In eight books. Ed. by T. Arnold. London, 1879.
   
   
 
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=Scientific texts=
 
=Scientific texts=
 
This includes texts such as [[bestiary|bestiaries]], astronomical texts, [[calendars]], natural histories, etc which attempt to pass on some knowledge of what would be broadly classed science today. These books may also have served a secondary purpose of entertainment (for example heavily illustrated [[bestiary|bestiaries]]).
 
This includes texts such as [[bestiary|bestiaries]], astronomical texts, [[calendars]], natural histories, etc which attempt to pass on some knowledge of what would be broadly classed science today. These books may also have served a secondary purpose of entertainment (for example heavily illustrated [[bestiary|bestiaries]]).

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