matter of France

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Charlemagne (742—814)


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Sara Beam. Laughing Matters: Farce and the Making of Absolutism in France. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press. 2007. Pp. x, 268. $55.00

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The Legal Protection Of The Family In Matters Of Succession - 6th European Conference On Family Law - Organised by the Council of Europe in co-operation with the European Commission and the International Union of Latin Notaries, Strasbourg (France), 14–15 October 2002.


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The term used by Jean Bodel, a late 12th‐cent. romance writer, to refer to the romances based on stories about Charlemagne and his circle.

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