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  c. France. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
The rebellion of his brother Robert, supported by Eudes, count of Chartres and Troyes, was put down with the aid of the duke of Normandy, and Robert was pacified by the grant of the duchy of Burgundy (which continued in his family until 1361).
A period in which the Capetians reduced the great feudatories north of the Loire and began the transformation of the vague ecclesiastical, judicial, and military rights derived from Carolingian tradition into royal powers.
The court of the king, usually known as the curia regis, consisting as it did of magnates, royal vassals, and court officials (mainly chosen from the baronage), was essentially feudal in spirit and tradition.
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 Capetian France
The Capetian dynasty was founded by Hugh Capet, elected king of France in 987 over the last legitimate pretender of the Carolingian line, Charles, duke of Lower Lorraine.
The Capetians initially controlled only the duchy of France (Paris and Orleans), but owing to a shrewd and persistent policy of annexation their jurisdiction progressively extended to other regions : Artois, Vermandois, and Auvergne were incorporated into the kingdom under Philip Augustus (1180-1223)
Capetian dominions further expanded to include the county of Toulouse under Philip III the Bold (1270-1285), and later Champagne, Angoumois, and the county of Lyons under Philip IV the Fair (1285-1314).
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 Formation Of France
The first four Capetian kings, from Hugh Capet to Philip I., do not seem to have been altogether unconscious of the great problems which they had to solve, but their situation was such that they could do but little.
Earlier Capetian kings had recognized the great strength of the dukes of Normandy and the importance of having them as allies or of weakening their power as opportunity offered, but the accession of Duke William to the English throne in 1066 liad greatly increased the danger from this source.
The epoch of rapid geographical and institutional growth under the Capetian kings of the direct line was succeeded by a long period of confusion and disaster, in which the national development in both these directions almost entirely ceased.
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 Capetians: Free Encyclopedia Articles at Questia.com Online Library
When the Capetians came to power in the late tenth century, the king was little more than a feudal lord, holding most of his power from his position...
CAPETIANS k pe sh nz, royal house of France that ruled continuously from 987 to 1328; it takes its name from Hugh Capet.
At the death of Charles IV, the last of the direct Capetians, the Valois dynasty came to the throne in the person of Philip VI, son of Charles of Valois and grandson of Philip...
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 Capetian
The Capetian Dynasty followed the Carolingian rulers of France from 987 to 1328.
In 1328 the Capetians ran out of direct male heirs.
Unlike some other nations, France adhered to the ancient code of the Salian Franks, known as Salic law, which forbade any succession to the throne by or through a female.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Capetian
Bourbon, European royal family, originally of France; a cadet branch of the Capetian dynasty.
The son of Robert the Strong, he was an antecedent of the Capetian royal house in France.
866, French warrior, marquess of Neustria; father of the French kings Eudes and Robert I and ancestor of the Capetians.
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 Capetian Cruise Creation of the Association
Although it seems normal that the Princes from all the branches of the House of Bourbon gather and meet together nowadays, it was not so usual prior to 1994.
A lot of them met thanks to the " Association for Capetian Unity " and we are proud of this accomplishment.
For most of the 400 guests, the Capetian cruise on June 22nd 1994 will remain an unforgettable and moving memory.
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 France - Cunnan
The leading nobles then elected a new king, Hugh Capet and thus the Capetian dynasty was born.
France was by now a generally feudal kingdom, and the Capetians had to work long and hard at politics in order to build their authority.
This was not least because the crown itself held little land, and accordingly the king relied on persuading some of the nobles to support him when he had disputes with other nobles.
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 English Presentation Association Unite Capetienne
The Association for Capetian Unity which was created in 1994, and sets aside all royal quarrels, has as it goal to bring together those respectful of the royal traditions of France who wish to show allegiance and affection to all the princes of the capetian bloodline.
It is symbolically dedicated to the memory of the Kings of France and to the affection for the capetian princes of today.
Every member of the Association for Capetian Unity has the possibility of placing the initials AUC to the right of his name in the French Bottin Mondain.
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 France's Goverment
Phillip II was one of the most important of the Capetian kings.
The last Capetian king died without a male heir to the throne in 1328.
King Edward was the nephew of the last Capetian king, and he claimed the French throne.
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 Capetians - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Capetians, royal house of France that ruled continuously from 987 to 1328; it takes its name from Hugh Capet.
Related branches of the family (see Valois ; Bourbon) ruled France until the final deposition of the monarchy in the 19th cent.
Find newspaper and magazine articles plus images and maps related to "Capetians" at HighBeam.
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 Capetian
Date "Capetian" was first used in popular English literature: sometime before 1776.
"Capetian" is generally used as an adjective (general or positive) -- approximately 96.00% of the time.
"Capetian" is used about 50 times out of a sample of 100 million words spoken or written in English.
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 France Hotels, Paris Hotels and the France Travel Guide - France.com
The Carolingian dynasty died out in 987 when Hugues Capet was elected to the throne of France by the Lords, starting the Capetian Dynasty.
Despite the mariage of Eleanor of Aquitaine to Henry II of England which yielded most of the western part of France to the British Crown, the Capetians continued to centralize the Lordships under their control.
After the death of the last Capetian king Charles IV, Edward III of England claimed the French Throne and started the Hundred Years War in 1337.
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 Valois dynasty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The House of Valois was a branch of the Capetian family, for it was descended from Charles of Valois, whose Capetian father, King Philip III, awarded him the county of Valois in 1285.
Charles's son and successor, Philip, count of Valois, became king of France as Philip VI in 1328, and thus began the Valois dynasty.
The crown's exclusive right to levy taxes and to wage war was established; and many of the basic administrative institutions that had begun to develop under the Capetians continued to evolve under the Valois; for example, the Parlements (courts) were extended throughout France to dispense royal justice.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Hugh Capet
King of France, founder of the Capetian dynasty, b.
He defended their property against lay tyranny; he sought to remove them from episcopal jurisdiction while upholding the royal right to confirm abbatial elections; he supported all the liberties of the monks in the exercise of their electoral rights; he renounced the custom of distributing abbeys as benefices to laymen.
Apropos of Hugh Capet it is worthy of note that because the Dukes of France had in their possession the famous cope (cappa) of St. Martin, certain authors give to Hugh the Great and to his son Hugh the surname of Capet, which in history is reserved exclusively for the subject of this article.
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 KUWB:Europe:France:Medieval:Capetian
By the reign of Louis IX the Capetians were to become the most powerful kings in Europe and to leed several crusades.
Their dynasty came to and end in 1328 when the last male Capetian died and the house of Valois inherited.
The Capetians in the Crusades, an essay in French
www.keele.ac.uk /socs/ks45/PageHistory/4Area/Europe/France/capetian.htm   (574 words)

  
 france
The background to the Capetian accession is well covered in English by Edward James, The Origins of France: From Clovis to the Capetians, 500-1000 (London, 1982), although this remains an idiosyncratically organized book.
Many diplomas and letters of the Capetian kings, as well as relevant narrative sources, are to be found in the Recueil des historiens des Gaules et de la France, ed.
The key transitional figure in the development of Capetian government was Philip IV: John Baldwin, The Government of Philip Augustus: Foundations of French Royal Power in the Middle Ages (Berkeley, 1986) is a superb and wide ranging work.
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 Paris under the Carolingians and Capetians
In 843, an alliance was made with Louis the German in the Treaty of Verdun, which gave Italy to Lothar, Bavaria to Louis, and Neustria to Charles.
The beginnings of a more centralized government in France, and the gradual waning of feudalism, came with the rise of the Capetian dynasty in the late 10th century.
From 1190-1210, in the midst of increasing 12th century warfare between the Capetians and Burgundians, Philippe-Auguste erected a fortified wall around Paris.
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The history of Philip II's three queens illustrates some perils of Capetian queenship in the light of these women's need to deal on a personal level with a brilliant, difficult, contradictory husband who was almost completely absorbed in the work of kingship.
For example, in the next Capetian generation Blanche of Castile first produced a stillborn daughter, then had a son who died at the age of nine years, next had stillborn twin sons, and only after that gave birth to a surviving heir, Louis IX.
From the nearby Capetian royal residence (today the Palais de Justice), Isabelle must have closely followed the progress of construction on the newly rebuilt Parisian cathedral of Notre-Dame.
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 France, 1000–1400 A.D. | Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Between 1000 and 1400, the kingdoms of the Franks, divided among many leaders, become the kingdom of France, which emerges under the Capetian dynasty as one of the most prosperous, powerful, and prestigious in Christendom.
The Capetians earn much prestige on the religious front: they surround themselves with clerics as advisors and in return confer privileges and gifts on churches and abbeys.
of the Capetian dynasty, ascends to the French throne.
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 Burgundy and Provence: French feudal coins
The Duchy of Burgundy and the Capetian Dukes
As it was, after thirteen years of conflict Robert prevailed and the duchy remained French and Capetian.
When Robert died he was succeeded by his son Henri I. Henri, given the dynamics of the time, accepted his brother Robert as duke of Burgundy with the right to pass the duchy on to his heirs.
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 Capetians - History for Kids!
Some of the lords in their kingdoms controlled more land than the kings did, and were more powerful.
Mainly the Capetians (the descendants of Hugh Capet) succeeded because they lived a long time and always had sons to succeed them, so there were not many opportunities to place any other king on the throne.
But in the 1100's AD the Capetian kings began to get more power.
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 The Capetian Descent - The sources
Louis XV is said to have about sixty illegitimate children, hence the great spreading of royal blood.
It is not much when we think that we are practically all Capetian.
But it is enough to offer a very great number of French families starting points or unsuspected links.
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 Capetian dynasty - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For a full history of the Capetian family, see House of Capet.
The direct Capetian Dynasty, which ruled from 987 to 1328, followed the Carolingian rulers of France.
From 1328 to 1792, with the interruption of the French Revolution, France was ruled by kings from the Valois and Bourbon Dynasties, which were both Capet branches.
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