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  Raymond VI of Toulouse - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Raymond VI of Toulouse (October 27, 1156 – August 2, 1222) was count of Toulouse and marquis of Provence from 1194 to 1222.
Raymond and Beatrice had one daughter, Constance of Toulouse, who was married firstly to King Sancho VII of Navarre, and secondly to Pierre-Bermond II of Sauve, lord of Anduze.
In November 1215 Raymond and his son (the later Raymond VII of Toulouse) were in Rome with Raymond-Roger of Foix on the occasion of the Fourth Lateran Council) to vindicate themselves and dispute the loss of their territories.
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 Maximilian Genealogy Master Database 2000 - pafg189 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Beatrice of BEZIERS married Raymond VI of TOULOUSE on 1175.
Bourgogne of CYPRUS married Raymond VI of TOULOUSE on 1193.
Raymond VI of TOULOUSE was born 27 Oct 1156 and died 2 Aug 1222.
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 Raymond VI   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Raymond, frightened into submission, expelled the heretics from his dominions, and on 18 June, 1209, in the presence of the pontifical legate, did public penance before the Church of St-Gilles.
Returning to Toulouse, Raymond tried to elude his obligations and was excommunicated by the Council of Avignon.
An exile in Aragon, Raymond VI reassembled his troops, and took Toulouse (7 November, 1217), later defending it successfully against Simon de Montfort, who was killed 25 June, 1218.
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 Matilda Joslyn Gage Website: Scholarship: The Inquisiiton: Raymond VI of Toulouse
Raymond VI was Count of Toulouse, a thriving area with a relatively civilized population.
With salvation for the pious, knightly fame for the warrior, and spoil for the worldly, an army of the Cross was recruited from the chivalry and the scum of Europe.
Stripped to the waist, Raymond was brought before Milo, the new papal legate, as a penitent, who placed a stole around his neck in the fashion of a halter and lead him to the church where he was industriously scourged on his naked back and shoulders.
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 Albigensian Crusade
Labécède fell in 1227 and Vareilles and Toulouse in 1228.
Raymond agreed and signed a treaty at Meaux in April 1229; he was then seized, whipped and briefly imprisoned.
The Inquisition was established in Toulouse in November 1229 and the process of ridding the area of heresy and investing the remaining Cathar strongholds began.
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 Raymond VII of Toulouse - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Raymond VII of Saint-Gilles (July, 1197 – September 27, 1249) was count of Toulouse, duke of Narbonne and marquis of Provence.
Raymond VII married firstly, in March 1211, Sancha of Aragon, the daughter of King Alfonso II of Aragon.
The war was largely a discontinuous series of skirmishes and, in January 1229, Raymond, defeated, was forced to sign the Treaty of Meaux, by which he ceded the former viscounty of Trencavel to the king and his daughter Joan was forced to marry Alphonse, brother of the new king, Louis the Lion's successor, Louis IX.
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 earlyBlazon.com
Raymond VI's mother was Constance, daugther of the king of France.
Raymond was mainly vassal of the King of France but on 27/01/1213, Raymond VI paid homage to Peter II of Aragon which lasted until the battle of Muret 12/09/1213.
Hugues was the brother-in-law of Raymond VII of Toulouse.
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 Montfort, Simon de - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
In 1211 he attacked the remaining territories of Raymond VI of Toulouse and overran all but Toulouse and Montauban.
He was proclaimed lord of Toulouse and Montauban by the Crusaders (1215), and his title was confirmed by the pope at the Lateran Council.
Raymond recaptured (1217) some of his territories, and Simon renewed the warfare; he was killed while besieging Toulouse.
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 Albigensian Crusade (1209-1255)
Raymond VI was encouraged with the Aragón king's support and began to organize a coaltion of neighboring lords (comtes de Foix and de Comminges) who were threatened by the obvious land-grabing of Montfort.
Belcaire, a refuge for Cathars, was besieged in 1218.
Raymond VI died in July 1222 and was denied a Christian burial by the Church.
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 albigensian crusade   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
In June Raymond of Toulouse, recognizing the potential disaster at hand, promised to act against the Cathars, and his excommunication was lifted.
Like Raymond of Toulouse, Raymond-Roger de Trencavel sought an accommodation with the crusaders, but Raymond-Roger was refused a meeting and raced back to Carcassonne to prepare his defences.
It was a serious blow for the resisters and in 1214 the situation became worse, Raymond was forced to flee to England and his lands were given by the Pope to the freshly victorious Philippe II, a ploy which succeeded in interesting the king in the conflict.
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 Albigenses - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
In 1208 the papal legate, a Cistercian, Peter de Castelnau, was murdered, probably by an aid of Raymond VI of Toulouse, one of the chief Albigensian nobles.
Raymond's son, Raymond VII, joined the war, which was finally terminated with an honorable capitulation by Raymond.
By the Peace of Paris (1229), Louis IX acquired the county of Toulouse.
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 Toulouse — FactMonster.com
Toulouse was an artistic and literary center of medieval Europe.
The Univ. of Toulouse was established in 1230 and the Académie des Jeaux Floraux c.1323.
Raymond VII, count of Toulouse - Raymond VII, 1197–1249, count of Toulouse; son of Count Raymond VI.
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 Ramon VI, Raimon VI, Raymond VI, Count of Toulouse.
Raymond's mother, Constance, was daugther of the king of France.
Raymond VI was count of Toulouse from 1194 to 1222.
After the capture of Béziers and massacre there, the siege and capture of Carcassonne, and the death of their Viscount, Raymond-Roger Trencavel, Raymond VI was again put under pressure by the papacy, and was again excommunited, this time by the Council of Montpellier in 1211, when he tried to organise resistance against the Albigensian Crusade.
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 Maximilian Genealogy Master Database 2000 - pafg62 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Joan married Raymond VI of TOULOUSE on Oct 1196 in Rouen, Normandy, France.
Raymond VII of TOULOUSE was born about 1197 and died 1249.
Louis VI the Fat of France CAPET King of France [Parents] was born 1081 in Paris, France.
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 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Raymond refused and the Pope's legate was murdered, probably by an aid of Raymond VI of Toulouse.
Supposting Raymond VI of Toulouse, Albigensian leader, was King Peter II of Aragón, irreproachably Catholic.
Raymond's son, Raymond VII, joined the war, which was finally terminated with honorable capitulation of Raymond VII.
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 AllRefer.com - Raymond VI, count of Toulouse (French History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
In 1213 he and Peter were defeated at Muret, and Raymond went into exile in England.
Although obliged to grant Toulouse and Montauban to Montfort and Provence to his own son, Raymond VI returned (1217) and fought with his son against Montfort and Montfort's son.
By the time of his death, Raymond had recaptured almost all of his territory for his son.
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 Roussillon Carcassonne Land of Cathars   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Raymond VI., Comte de Toulouse, is bereaved all his privileges which are transferred to Simon de Montfort
The council of Toulouse corroberates the repression of the cathars in the Languedoc.
The independant shire of Toulouse is annexed to the crown of France.
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 Zarathushtra, Mani, and the Cathars by Sanderson Beck
Toulouse count Raymond VI agreed to persecute heretics and dismiss his mercenaries; but the Count was excommunicated by legate Pierre after refusing to drive out heretics in the name of peace.
Toulouse count Raymond VI sought reconciliation by offering seven castles, and he was publicly flogged by papal legate Milo before taking the cross.
Toulouse and Carcassonne were relieved of the Inquisition in 1249, but it was restored with greater powers by Pope Alexander IV in 1255.
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 chronological 1200 - 1249
Raymond VI of Toulouse (descendant of Raymond IV of Toulouse, a leader of the First Crusade) refuses to assist in the suppression of the Cathars in southern France and is excommunicated by Pope Innocent III.
June: Raymond VI of Toulouse agrees to the demands of Pope Innocent III that he act against the Cathars after finding that more than 10,000 Crusaders had gathered at Lyon to lay waste to Cathar areas in southern France.
Raymond of Toulouse is forced to flee to England.
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 Europe's 13th-Century Progress by Sanderson Beck
Aquitane was threatened; John's two brothers-in-law, Count Raymond VI of Toulouse and King Alfonso IX of Castile, defected, though John made a treaty with the king of Navarre.
Raymond's daughter and heir Joan was to marry Blanche's son Alphonse.
After Raymond VII of Toulouse died the next year, she had to enforce the succession to his daughter Joan, wife of Blanche's son Alphonse, who was away on the crusade.
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 Simon de Montfort
Simon thus received control over the territory conquered from Raymond (VI) of Toulouse and by his military skill, fierce courage, and ruthlessness he swept the country.
Simon, however, concentrated his fierce energies on his task in Toulouse, and in 1213 he defeated Peter of Aragon at the battle of Muret.
Simon's interest in England was shown by his efforts to dissuade Louis of France from invading England in July, 1216, in which matter he was seconded, though fruitlessly, by the legate Gualo.
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 [No title]
In Toulouse, he maintains local fundamental liberties, increases the number of fiscal exemptions and spreads widens the right of asylum to all the local territory.
Poet and refined, he does not love war but he is very energetic which is proved by his altercation against the papal legate, Pierre de Castelnau.
He returns in Toulouse in 1217: Montfort engages then a fight to death which finishes with his end (in June 25, 1218) and the victory of the Southerns.
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 Drew Spencer Family Tree - aqwg136
Raymond VI of Toulouse Count married Joan Plantagenet on Oct 1196 in Rouen.
Joan Plantagenet [Parents] was born Oct 1165 in Angers.
Joan married Raymond VI of Toulouse Count on Oct 1196 in Rouen.
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 OneDayHikes.com - Travel Features
The castle was built in the 12th century by Bertrand de Saint-Gilles, the son of Raymond IV, Count of Toulouse.
The Counts of Toulouse were traditionally vassals of the French King, who relied on their allegiance to defend these outer reaches of his kingdom.
Eleanor, being the Duchess of Aquitaine, traditionally controlled the Counts of Toulouse - and now they were required to shift their allegiance to England.
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 ipedia.com: Albigensian Crusade Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
When action resumed in 1211 the actions of Arnaud-Amaury and Simon de Montfort had alienated several lords over the winter including Raymond of Toulouse, who had been excommunicated again.
In May the crusading force was directed against some revolters, the castle of Aimery de Montréal; was retaken, he and his senior knights were hung and several hundred Cathars were burned.
In November 1225 Raymond, like his father, was excommunicated.
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 Who's Who In The Cathar War:   Ramon VI de Tolosa: Raymond of St-Gilles (1156-1222), Count of Toulouse ...
Raymond of St-Giles (1156-1222), Count of Toulouse (1196-1222).
Raymond VI was the Count of Toulouse at the time of the outbreak of the Cathar wars.
Raymond claimed to be a good Catholic, but he was closely associated with the Cathar cause.
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 Banks/Dean Genealogy - Person Page 93
Agatha (?) and King Alfonso VI of Castile and León were betrothed in 1068 Probably married by proxy, but the marriage was never consummated.
She married second Raymond VI de Toulouse, son of Raymond V of Toulouse and Constance (?), in October 1196.
She married Kaiser Frederick II (?), son of Henry VI (?) and Constanza of Sicily (?), on 20 July 1235 at Worms, Germany.
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 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
In 1208 Pope Innocent II dispatched a papal legate, a Cistercian, Peter de Castelnau, to demand that the protector of the Albigensians, Raymond VI of Toulouse, that they be destroyed.
Raymond refused and the Pope's legate was murdered, probably by an aid of Raymond of Toulouse.
Acting on authority of Pope Urban VI (1318-1389), Archbishop Courtenay invoked the Blackfriars Synod on May 17, 1382.
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