Alvernhe

Alvernhe, Albernhe
Ces noms désignent celui qui est originaire d'Auvergne. On les retrouve en principe aux confins méridionaux de l'Auvergne, notamment dans l'Aveyron.

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  • Peire d'Alvernhe — or d Alvernha [In French his name is Pierre d Auvergne .] ( Pèire in modern Occitan; b. c. 1130) was an Auvergnat troubadour (active 1149 ndash;1170), twenty oneGaunt and Kay, 287.] or twenty fourEgan, 72.] Aubrey, The Music of the Troubadours ,… …   Wikipedia

  • Peire d’Alvernhe — (fl. 1150–1180)    Peire d’Alvernhe was a well known TROUBADOUR, a contemporary of BERNART DE VENTADORN and GUIRAUT DE BORNELH. Nineteen of his songs are extant, in addition to a TENSO, or DEBATE POEM, he wrote with Bernart. In his verse he… …   Encyclopedia of medieval literature

  • Peire d'Alvernhe — Peire d’Alvernhe, Peire d’Alvergne ou Pierre d’Auvergne est un troubadour (né vers 1130 et décédé vers 1190). Son style est souvent ésoterique et complexe. Sommaire 1 Biographie 2 Œuvres 2.1 Poésie …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Yves Alvernhe — est un joueur français de rugby à XIII Sommaire 1 Carrière en Rugby à XV 1.1 Club 1.1.1 et, Honneur 1.2 Equipe de France …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Albernhe — Alvernhe, Albernhe Ces noms désignent celui qui est originaire d Auvergne. On les retrouve en principe aux confins méridionaux de l Auvergne, notamment dans l Aveyron …   Noms de famille

  • Pere de Montsó — (fl. 1173), also Peire de Monzo(n), was an Aragonese troubadour, though none of his compositions survive. He was probably from Montsó near the border with Catalonia, but he may have hailed from Monzón de Campos in Castile, as Ramón Menéndez Pidal …   Wikipedia

  • Gonzalo Ruiz — or Rodríguez ( fl. 1122 ndash;1180 or 1146 ndash;1202) was the ruler of La Bureba (or Burueba) throughout much of the mid twelfth century. He held important positions at the courts of successive Castilian monarchs and guarded the frontier with… …   Wikipedia

  • Peire de Monzón — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Peire de Monzó(n) (activo en 1173), también Pere de Montsó, fue un trovador aragonés, aunque no ha sobrevivido ninguna de sus composiciones. Posiblemente su origen esté en Monzón, pero puede ser originario de Monzón… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Peire Rogier — or Rotgiers (born c. 1145) was a twelfth century Auvergnat troubadour (fl. 1160 ndash; 1180) and cathedral canon from Clermont. He left his cathedral to become a travelling minstrel before settling down for a time in Narbonne at the court of the… …   Wikipedia

  • Cossezen — The earliest native Italian troubadour may be one called Cossezen (probably a nickname), the subject of one stanza of the famous satire of contemporary poets by Peire d Alvernhe which must have preceded 1173. Of Cossezen Peire writes:… …   Wikipedia


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