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  1. Hace 4 días · Viscounts of Fézensaguet. Gerald V of Armagnac (1200-1219) Roger de Fézensaguet (1219-1245) Gerald VI, Count of Armagnac (1245-1285) Gaston d'Armagnac (1285-1320) The Count of Champagne had viscounts in his county (which was quite independent of France, but whose interests were generally the same in the 13th century).

  2. › wiki › AbbevilleAbbeville - Wikipedia

    Hace 3 días · In 1272, Ponthieu with Abbeville, passed by marriage to the Kings of England, but Philip V took over the city, claiming that Edward II of England had not fulfilled its duty of vassal. Edward II complied with the feudal law, and Abbeville fell under English rule.

    • 2–76 m (6.6–249.3 ft), (avg. 8 m or 26 ft)
    • Somme
  3. 22 de may. de 2023 · Genealogy profile for Marcomir, Frankish chief. Toxandria. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Toxandria in a map of Central Europe (919-1125).Toxandria is the classical name for a region between the Meuse and the Scheldt rivers in the Netherlands and Belgium.

  4. 22 de may. de 2023 · 1065 (35-36) Ixworth, Suffolk, England (United Kingdom) Immediate Family: Son of Rodolphe I, comte de Guines and Rosella de Saint Pol. Husband of Gundreda de Ferrers. Father of Gilbert le Blount, 2nd Baron of Ixworth.

  5. 22 de may. de 2023 · Genealogy for Comte de Flandres Louis II “de Mâle” de Flandre..., Count of Flanders (1330 - 1384) family tree on Geni, with over 245 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

    • "Malane"
    • Bruges, West Flanders, Flanders, Belgium
    • November 02, 1330
  6. 25 de may. de 2023 · circa 795. Birthplace: Eifel, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany. Death: between circa 836 and circa 837 (32-50) Eifel, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany. Immediate Family: Husband of Wife of Mattfried I. Father of Mattfried II, Graf von Eifelgau and Engeltrudis d'Orleans-Eifelgua.

  7. › wiki › BordeauxBordeaux - Wikipedia

    Hace 3 días · During World War II, Bordeaux fell under German occupation. In May and June 1940, Bordeaux was the site of the life-saving actions of the Portuguese consul-general, Aristides de Sousa Mendes, who illegally granted thousands of Portuguese visas, which were needed to pass the Spanish border, to refugees fleeing the German occupation.