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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=
 
*"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) [[Geoffrey, of Monmouth]] (p. 1136-1148/55)

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