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  Auvergne (province) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Auvergne (Occitan: Auvèrnha) was the name of an historically independent county in the center of France, as well as later a province of France.
The capital of the région of Auvergne is Clermont-Ferrand.
The largest city of Auvergne is Clermont-Ferrand (409,558 inhabitants in the metropolitan area in 1999), having replaced Riom as the capital of Auvergne.
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 Rulers of Auvergne - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Auvergne was integrated in turn into the appanages of Alphonse of Toulouse (1241–1271) and of John of Berry (1360–1416).
The duchy of Auvergne was created in 1360 by John II of France, out of the former royal territory of Auvergne, confiscated by Philip II of France in 1209.
Today, the primogenitural heir to the dauphinate of Auvergne and to Montpensier would be Lorenzo of Austria-Este, the primogenitural heir to the Duchy of Auvergne (and the Bourbon) would be Alice, Duchess of Calabria and the primogenitural heir to the counties of Boulogne and Auvergne would be Franz, Duke of Bavaria.
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 Auvergne (province): Encyclopedia topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Auvergne (Occitan: Auvèrnha) was the name of an historically independent county in the center of France, as well as later a province of France (province of France: more facts about this subject).
The traditional capital of the province of Auvergne was Riom (Riom: riom is a historic city in the auvergne région in francerégion of france....
The capital of the région of Auvergne is Clermont-Ferrand (Clermont-Ferrand: clermont-ferrand is a city and commune of france, in the auvergne région in francerégion,...
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 Rulers of Auvergne - TheBestLinks.com - Dauphin d'Auvergne, Alphonse of Toulouse, Burgundians, Burgundian, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
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Auvergne was integrated in turn into the appanages of Alphonse of Toulouse (1241-1271) and of John of Berry (1360-1416).
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 Auvergne (province) (auvergne (province) resources)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Auvergne (Occitan: Auvèrnha) is one of the 26 régions of France.
Until the French Revolution, Riom was the capital of the province of Auvergne, and the seat of the dukes of Auvergne.
In 1531, Riom and the Auvergne reverted to the Crown of France.
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Auvergne (région) Auvergne (Occitan: Auvèrnha) was the name of an historically independent county in the center of France, as well as later a province of France.
Clermont-Ferrand Auvergne was a province of France deriving its name from the Averni, a Gallic tribe who once occupied the area.
Born in Clermont, in the Auvergne region of France, Blaise Pascal lost his mother, Antoinette Begon, at the age of three.
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Rulers of Akan states of Akwamu and Twifo-Heman
Rulers of the Gurma Mossi State of Bilanga
Rulers of the Gurma Mossi State of Bilayanga
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 Top Literature - Aquitaine
Bernard Plantevelue (ruling 868-86) and his son, William I (ruling 886-918), whose power base was in Auvergne, called themselves dukes of Aquitaine for a time.
William V (ruling 995-1030) refounded a new duchy of Aquitaine, that was based in Poitou, and this power center survived.
See also: Dukes of Aquitaine family tree, Rulers of Auvergne, Languedoc, History of Toulouse.
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 Duc d'Auvergne   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
This campaign expanded the practice of non-Roman Christian rulers undertaking the conversion of their neighbours by armed force; Frankish Catholic missionaries, along with others from Ireland and Anglo-Saxon England, had entered Saxon lands since the mid-8th century, resulting in increasing conflict with the Saxons, who resisted the missionary efforts and parallel military incursions.
Although an historical accident, the unification of most of what is now western and central Europe under one chief ruler provided a fertile ground for the continuation of what is known as the Carolingian Renaissance.
The Carolingians (also known as the "Carlovingians") were a dynasty of rulers that eventually controlled the Frankish realm and its successors from the 8th to the 10th century, officially taking over the kingdoms from the Merovingian dynasty in 751.
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 Rulers Of Auvergne (rulers of auvergne resources)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
- the dauphinate of Auvergne, which was not formally created until 1302 but was formed around 1155 after a coup; it is sometimes also called the county of Clermont-Ferrand.
Still others, out of convenience, choose to call these successors the "counts-dauphins of Auvergne." The title of dauphin of Auvergne was derived from William VII's mother, who was the daughter of the dauphin of Viennois, Guigues IV.
- Tízoc, Aztec ruler of Tenochtitlan dies of poisoning.
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 Rulers of Auvergne: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Auvergne was integrated in turn into the appanage (A grant (by a sovereign or a legislative body) of resources to maintain a dependent member of a ruling family)
Philip of Burgundy (Philip of burgundy (november 10 1323 - august 10 1346) was count of auvergne and boulogne and...)
The duchy of Auvergne was created in 1360 by John II of France, Exception Handler: No article summary found.
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 The Development of Southern French and Catalan Society, 718-1050
In some regions like Provence, the Limousin, Auvergne, and Languedoc these families are so numerous that it is all but impossible to disentangle them or to discover with any accuracy their origins.
Auvergne and Velay remained regions controlled by viscounts and comtors and the prey to the ambitions of neighboring lords in Poitou, Rouergue, and Gevaudun.
This territory stretched from the Rhone to Périgord and Angoulême, and from the shores of the Mediterranean, the borders of Carcassonne, and the Pyrenees to Auvergne and the northern borders of the Limousin.
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 Auvergne - Gurupedia
Auvergne was also historically a province of France, deriving its name from Averni, a Gallic tribe who once occupied the area.
In 1790, the historical province was divided into the modern-day départements, although Haute-Loire and Allier also include some land from the historical provinces of Bourbonnais,
A large part of the Auvergne region is covered by the volcanic
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Charles then bestowed the duchy upon William the Pious, count of Auvergne, the founder of the abbey of Cluny, who was succeeded in 918 by his nephew, Count William II., who died in 926.
Bernard Plantevelue (ruling 868-86) and his son, William I of Aquitaine William I (ruling 886-918), whose power base was in Auvergne (province) Auvergne, called themselves Duke of Aquitaine dukes of Aquitaine for a time.
William V of Aquitaine William V (ruling 995-1030) refounded a new duchy of Aquitaine, that was based in Poitou, and this power center survived.
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 Home - Cluniac Order   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The Abbey of Cluny (or Cluni, or Clugny) was founded on 2 September 909 by the Duke of Aquitaine and Count of Auvergne, William I, who placed it under the immediate authority of Pope Sergius III.
Pope Sergius III, scion of Benedictus, of a noble Roman family, reigned in two intervals between 897 and April 14, 911, during a period of feudal violence and disorder in central Italy, where the Papacy was a pawn of warring aristocratic factions.
William was son of the count Bernard II of Auvergne.
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 The world's top auvergne websites   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Auvergne is an administrative région of central France, consisting of the départements of Puy-de-Dôme, Cantal, Haute-Loire and Allier.
In 1790, the historical province was divided into the modern-day départements, although Haute-Loire and Allier also include some land from the historical provinces of Bourbonnais, Lyonnais and Languedoc.
The region is famed for its cheeses, exports of mineral waters, and tires.
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 Aquitaine
Aquitania prima, the north-eastern portion, including the territories which later became Berry, Bourbonnais, Auvergne, Velay, Gévaudan, Rouergue, Albigeois, Quercy and Marche
The heirs of Charlemagne divided and redivided their inheritance, and Aquitaine passed out of the control of Neustria, the western kingdom of Charlemagne's house, and in the 9th century the leading local counts gradually freed themselves of the vestiges of royal control.
See also: Dukes of Aquitaine family tree, Rulers of Auvergne
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 Countries Ga-Gi
Upon his election (and coronation) the person acquired the style of king, whether during the lifetime of the ruler or after an interregnum.
Theoretically he was king just as much as an existing ruler, but this was just theory.
The constituents of the Confederation were technically not states, but rulers.
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 Alphonse of Toulouse   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
His coat-of-arms was "Per pale France-Ancient (azure seme-de-lis or) dimidiating Castile (gules seme of castles or)".He joined the county of [[Toulouse]] to his ''[[appanage]]'' of [[Poitou]] and [[Rulers of AuvergneAuvergne]], on the death, in September [[1249]], of [[Raymond VII of Toulouse]], whose daughter [[Joan of Toulouse]] Alphonse had married in [[1237]].
The charter known as "Alphonsine," granted to the town of [[Riom]], became the code of public law for [[Auvergne (province)Auvergne]].
Honest and moderate, protecting the middle classes against exactions of the nobles, he exercised a happy influence upon the south, in spite of his naturally despotic character and his continual and pressing need of money.
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 Home - Aquitaine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Their provincial background and cosmopolitan alliance, eventually giving rise to imperial rulers of Syrian background, Elagabalus and Alexander Severus, testifies to the broad political franchise and economic development of the Roman empire that had been achieved under the Antonines.
A generally successful ruler, Septimius Severus cultivated the army's support with substantial remuneration in return for total loyalty to the emperor and substituted equestrian officers for senators in key administrative positions.
In Auvergne, at Clermont, the Gallo-Roman poet and diplomat Sidonius Apollinaris, bishop of Clermont, realized that the local "fall of Rome" came in 475, with the fall of the city to the Visigoth Euric.
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 Europe - List Of State Leaders In 1040
Auvergne - William V of Auvergne William V, Rulers of Auvergne Count of Auvergne (1032- 1064)
Kyivan Rus - Yaroslav I the Wise, rulers of Kievan Rus ruler of Kyivan Rus (1019— 1054)
Saxony - Bernard II, Duke of Saxony Bernard II, Rulers of Saxony Duke of Saxony (1011- 1059)
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Rulers (title Druk Desi or Deb Raja) 1695 - 1701 Gedun Chomphel (b.
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 Aquitaine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
''Aquitania prima'', the north-eastern portion, including the territories which later became Berry, Bourbonnais, Auvergne (province)Auvergne, Velay, Gévaudan, Rouergue, Albigeois, Quercy and Marche/
Bernard Plantevelue (ruling 868-86) and his son, William I of AquitaineWilliam I (ruling 886-918), whose power base was in Auvergne (province)Auvergne, called themselves Duke of Aquitainedukes of Aquitaine for a time.
William V of AquitaineWilliam V (ruling 995-1030) refounded a new duchy of Aquitaine, that was based in Poitou, and this power center survived.
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 Europe - List Of State Leaders In 1042
Bavaria - Henry II of Luxemburg Henry VII, List of rulers of Bavaria Duke of Bavaria (1042- 1047)
Hungary - Samuel Aba of Hungary Sámuel Aba, List of Hungarian rulers King of Hungary (1041- 1044)
Scotland - Macbeth of Scotland Macbeth, List of British monarchs King of Scotland (1040- 1057)
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