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  Science Fair Projects - Gaston IV of Béarn
Gaston IV (died 1131), was viscount of Béarn from 1090 to 1131.
Gaston and Tancred were sent ahead of the main army to occupy Bethlehem, and during the siege of Jerusalem, Gaston was in charge of Godfrey's siege engines.
Gaston was a pious man, and upon his return to Béarn he oversaw the construction of many churches destined to shelter pilgrims on the route to Santiago de Compostela.
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 Béarn - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Béarn (Gascon: Bearn or Biarn) is a former province of France, located in the Pyrenees mountains and in the plain at their feet, in southwest France.
Bearn became a part of the Kingdom of Aquitaine, which passed to the King of England with Eleanor of Aquitaine, and was thus subject to England for a little over a century (1242-1347).
Henry III of Navarre became King Henry IV of France in 1589, but he kept all his estates distinct from France.
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Becoming embroiled with the French king, Philip IV., in consequence of the struggle with the count of Armagnac, Gaston was imprisoned in Paris; but quickly regaining his freedom he accompanied King Louis X. on an expedition into Flanders in 1315, and died on his return to France in the same year.
Gaston III., who was surnamed Phoebus on account of his beauty, was the most famous member of the old Foix family.
Gaston, however, continued to fight against the count of Armagnac, who, in 1362, was defeated and compelled to pay a ransom; and this war lasted until 1377, when peace was made.
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 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Gaston's demand (his youth only conforming to pattern therein) was for a poetry, as veritable, as intimately near, as corporeal, as the new faces of the hour, the flowers of the actual season.
Gaston and "the three" sat among the Brethren, tempting curious eyes, in the stalls of the half-lighted choir, while in purple cope and jaunty biretta the lay Prior "assisted," his confidentiaire, or priestly substitute, officiating at the altar.
Gaston, then, as in after years, though he saw no ghosts, could not bear to trifle with such matters: to his companions it was a delight, as they supped, to note the indication of nameless terrors, if it were only in the starts and crackings of the timbers of the old place.
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 CottageBuddy - Henry IV of France
Henry IV was the son of Antoine de Bourbon, Duke of Vendome and Jeanne d'Albret, Queen of Navarre.
Henry IV was the 9th cousin of King Henry II, and the 9th cousin once removed of kings Francis II, Charles IX, and Henry III.
Gaston, Duke of Orleans April 25, 1608 February 2, 1660 Married (1) Mary of Bourbon, Duchess of Montpensier (1605 - 1627) in 1626.
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 County of Foix (Traditional province, France)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Roger IV (1241-1265) was in conflict with Toulouse (1242-1249), the bishop of Urgell (1243-1257) and repressed the Cathars (1261).
Gaston II (1315-1343) helped the king of France in his guerilla against the English in Guyenne (1339), and went on Crusade against the Moors of Granada (1343).
Gaston III Febus (1343-1391) fought the English in Calais (1347) but was later arrested by king of Fance Jean le Bon (1356) and released after the defeat of Jean in Poitiers (19 September 1356).
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 The Basque Country 2 - Urquiola Family Tree Project
On december 3rd 1454, in Barcelona, front of their sister Leonore and her husband Gaston IV of Foix, John of Aragon summoned Prince of Viana and his sister Blanche to submit, unless they will undergo a trial to deprive them for their hereditary rights to Navarre's kingdom.
François Phoebus, son of Eleonor of Navarre and Gaston IV of Foix-Béarn, was recognized king by both parts in 1481, but his power was weakened.
King of Navarre, Mauleon castle suzerain and Gaston of Foix's son-in-law, argued and convinced Xubero to resign to Béarn.
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 Counts of Foix Biography,info
Becoming embroiled with the French king, Philip IV, in consequence of the struggle with the count of Armagnac, Gaston was imprisoned in Paris.
His eldest son, Gaston II, made peace with the house of Armagnac and took part in various wars both in France and Spain, dying at Seville in 1343, when he was succeeded by his son, Gaston III.
Gaston, however, continued to fight against the count of Armagnac, who, in 1362, was defeated and compelled to pay a ransom.
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 Tancred, Prince of Galilee - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Later in 1097 he captured Tarsus and other cities in Cilicia and assisted in the siege of Antioch in 1098.
In 1099, during the assault on Jerusalem, Tancred, along with Gaston IV of Béarn, claimed to be the first Crusader to enter the city on July 15.
He and Gaston took hundreds of Muslim prisoners, providing protection to some on the roof of the Temple.
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 123VOYAGE South West France: Bearn
Count Gaston Fébus started the conquest of Bigorre under the English occupation of Gascony and completed the fortification of many of the towns in Béarn during the 14th Century - the remains of his building program can be seen today at Orthez, Pau and Sauveterre-de-Béarn.
The Bearn was attatched to the Kingdom of France in 1620 after the death of Bourbon Henri IV who was count of Béarn and King of France.
The geography of the Bearn is dominated by the valleys of the two large mountain river sources (called 'Gaves' locally): the Gave d'Oloron and the Gave de Pau - two of Europe's finest Salmon and Trout fishing rivers.
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 Henri IV
Henri IV, King of France, the son of Antoine de Bourbon, Duke of Vendôme, head of the younger branch of the Bourbons, descendant of Robert of Clermont, sixth son of St. Louis and of Jeanne d'Albret, Queen of Navarre, was born at Pau (Basses Pyrénées) on the 14th of December 1553.
Paris gave in to him on the 22nd of March 1594 and province by province yielded to arms or negotiations; while the victory of Fontaine-Française (1595) and the capture of Amiens forced Philip II of Spain to sign the peace of Vervins on the 2nd of May 1598.
By Marie de Medici he had Louis, later Louis XIII; Gaston, Duke of Orleans; Elizabeth, who married Philip IV of Spain; Christine, Duchess of Savoy; and Henrietta, wife of King Charles I of England.
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His successor, _Philip IV., called the Fair_, was crafty, cruel, and greedy, and made the Parliament of Paris the instrument of his violence and exactions, which he carried out in the name of the law.
By this newly discovered Salic law, Charles IV., the third brother, reigned on Philip's death; but the kingdom of Navarre having accrued to the family through their grandmother, and not being subject to the Salic law, went to the eldest daughter of Louis X., Jane, wife of the Count of Evreux.
Gaston, Duke of Orleans, the king's only brother, made a futile struggle for power, and freedom of choice in marriage, but was soon overcome.
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 Edward I - Printer-friendly - MSN Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Edward showed how important he considered his duchy of Gascony to be when he went there on his return from crusading in 1273, rather than going straight to England.
He dealt successfully with the rebellious noble Gaston de Béarn, and reasserted and defined his own authority.
Forces were sent to Gascony, but the main operation was planned in the north, where Edward aimed to attack along with his allies from the Low Countries.
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 Oloron-Ste-Marie   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
In the upper arch, the elders of the Apocalypse play violins and rebecs, while in the second arch scenes from medieval life – a cooper, the slaying of a wild boar, fishing for salmon – are represented.
The gallant knight on horseback over the outer column on the right is Gaston IV, Count of Béarn, who commissioned the portal on his return from the first Crusade at the beginning of the twelfth century, hence the reference to Saracens in chains among the sculptures.
Inside, well away from the main area of worship, is a stoup reserved for use by the Cagots, a stark reminder of centuries-long persecution and segregation of this mysterious group of people, thought by some to have been lepers and by others to have been of Visigothic origin.
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 The Chronicles of Jean Froissart
Froissart wrote poems for the betrotahl of Comte Guy's daughter, and more for when her marriage was celebrated, and continued to work on his history in 1385, 86 and 87.
He also listened to the tales of Gaston's knights and squires, many of whom were veterans of the wars in Gascony, and to those of the knights of England and Arragon attached to the Duke of Lancaster's household.
In the south of France he saw the brilliant court of Gaston III of Foix, and he later described it in a famous passage.
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 The French Royal Family: Titles and Customs
Henriette-Marie, third daughter of Henri IV, is said to have invented the English style of "Princess Royal" for her eldest daughter.
Gaston IV de Foix, viscount of Béarn, was Henri IV's great-great-grandfather.
Gaston is the same as Vedast or Waast, the name of a bishop of Arras at the time of Clovis.
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 Béarn (Traditional province, France)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
In the XIth century, viscount Gaston IV le Croisé promulgated the For (right) de Morlaàs, a kind of chart which restricted the seignieurial powers and established an equitable tallage.
The most famous count of Foix and viscount of Béarn was Gaston III (1331-1391) Fébus (the Brilliant or the Hunter), whose motto was toque-y si gauses (touch it if you dare).
She married Antoine de Bourbon, a descendant of Louis IX (Saint-Louis), thus explaining why their son Henri IV claimed the throne of France after the death of the last Valois king, Henri III.
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 Chapter 4: A History of Aragon and Catalonia
A further complication was the interference of Alfonso VII of Castile, who asserted a shadowy claim through his mother Urraca, entered Zaragoza with an army and styled himself King of Aragon.
Ramon Berenguer IV supported his brother in France against the house of Baus, which laid claim to Provence, and also against the Count of Toulouse.
Ramon Berenguer IV is twice mentioned by the troubadour Marcabru who sends greetings to Barcelona as also to Castile and Portugal; in a crusade song, composed about 1146, he considers that the help of Barcelona is indispensable, if the Almorávides are to be defeated:
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 The Béarn in South West France
The Béarn was later controlled successively by two important noble families, the Albrets and the Bourbons, Kings of Navarre.
The Béarn was attached to the Kingdom of France in 1620 after the death of Bourbon Henri IV who was the Count of Béarn and the King of France.
During the Napoleonic wars, Wellington's army passed through the Béarn, winning an important battle at Orthez and setting up a garrison at Pau (the final Battle "Le dernier Redout" (Last stand) was at Arcangues, 5 kms South West of Biarritz in the Pays Basque).
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 BOOK SEVEN
However, whether Gaston, a famous and very wealthy man, was a Gascon or a Basque, I don't exactly remember, but I am certain that he was one or the other.[213] The army then ran amok, and the entire city was looted.
Tancred, however, because he and Gaston had given their pledges of security, was much disturbed by this killing.
Bowmen and lancers, who customarily march in front of the troops of foot-soldiers, were drawn up, and king Godfrey with his troops took up the left side, while the count of Saint-Gilles took up a position near the sea, and the counts of Flanders and Normandy rode on the right side.
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 cars - Tancred, Prince of Galilee   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
In 1099 he led the assault on Jerusalem and, along with Gaston IV of Béarn, was the first Crusader to enter the city on July 15.
He and Gaston took hundreds of Muslim prisoners, leading them to safety on the roof of the Temple, but despite his protection they were slaughtered along with the rest of the Muslim population.
When the Kingdom of Jerusalem was established, Tancred became Prince of Galilee.
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 Henri IV Castle - Pau - Béarn Pyrénées Atlantiques
Henri IV Castle - Pau - Béarn Pyrénées Atlantiques
he Mediaeval Fortress renovated by Gaston Phoebus and transformed into a renaissance castle by the Viscounts of Béarn, then in 1838 and finally by Napoléon III.
au Castle witnessed the birth of Henri IV and his tortoiseshell cradle can still be seen.
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 thePeerage.com - Gaston VII de Moncada, Vicomte de Béarn and others
     Gaston VII de Moncada, Vicomte de Béarn was also known as Gaston VIII de Moncada.
Gaston VII de Moncada, Vicomte de Béarn b.
He married Constance de Moncada, daughter of Gaston VII de Moncada, Vicomte de Béarn and Matilda de Mastas, in 1260.
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 14 May History: This Date
The eldest son of King Henri IV [13 Dec 1553 – 14 May 1610] and Marie de Médicis [26 Apr 1673 – 03 Jul 1642], Louis succeeded to the throne upon the assassination of his father.
Henri IV est assassiné à Paris, rue de la Ferronnerie, par Jean-François Ravaillac, né à Touvres en 1578, qui avait été valet de chambre, clerc, puis maître d'école.
Henri IV a été populaire en Béarn et auprès des Béarnais émigrés à Paris qu'il a couvert de faveurs.
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 Free-TermPapers.com - King Henri Iv
King Henri IV was born at Pau in Bearn on December 13, 1553.
Henry IV was now fully accepted as king of France.
In conclusion, King Henri IV was one of the greatest rulers that French monarchy ever saw.
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 tourist information on Foix France - a vacation holiday guide
Foix is certainly worth a detour with its castle turrets and battlements standing out against the skyline.
The most dynamic count was Gaston Fébus who appreciated literature and poetry but also ordered the death of his own brother and son.
The counts resisted French rule until 1607 when the area was annexed and fell under the rule of King Henri IV.
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 Ancestors and Family of Henry IV the Great of France de Bourbon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Ancestors and Family of Henry IV the Great of France de Bourbon
Elisabeth de France (November 22, 1602 - October 6, 1644) - married Philip IV of Spain on November 25, 1615 in Bordeaux
Gaston, Duke of Orleans (April 25, 1608 - February 2, 1660)
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 World Affairs Board - What I don't like about Bush.
I mean I'll keep fighting with you for it to happen, but I think we're on the losing side until reality slaps the moron pols in the face when some terrorists walks across the border and blows himself up.
I’ve also had fundamentalists tell me that I am hellbound, and a liberal to boot because I don’t march in step to their particular brand of Christianity.
from what i've read, the police down in southern iraq (especially basra) are riddled with plants from the various militia groups.
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 The Heptameron, Volume I.
We know that in 1517 she and her husband entertained the King with a series of magnificent fêtes at their Château of Alençon, which then combined both a palace and a fortress.
But little of the château now remains, as, after the damage done to it during the religious wars between 1561 and 1572, it was partially demolished by Henry IV.
Her life with the Duke of Alençon has already been spoken of; and as regards her second union, although contracted under apparently favourable auspices, it failed to yield Margaret the happiness she had hoped for.
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