William of Septimania
William of Septimania (29 November 826 – 850) was the son of Bernard and Dhuoda. He was the Count of Toulouse from 844 and Count of Barcelona from 848.The sources for his life are primarily the ...
Monnaie de Paris
The Monnaie de Paris (Paris Mint), created in 864, is the oldest French institution. Administratively speaking, the "Direction of Coins and Medals", the national mint is an administration of the Frenc...
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Odo, Count of Blois
The County of Blois was originally centred on Blois, south of Paris, France. One of the chief cities, along with Blois itself, was Chartres.
Blois was associated with Champagne Province, the House...
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Fraxinet
Fraxinet or Fraxinetum (Arabic: فرخشنيط Farakhshanīt‎ or فرخسة Farakhsha, from Latin fraxinus: "ash tree", fraxinetum: "ash forest") was the site of a 10th-century fortress established by Sa...
Berengar the Wise
Berengar, called the Wise (Catalan: Berenguer el Savi, Latin: Berengarius Sapiens), was the count (or duke) of Toulouse (814–835) and duke (or margrave) of Septimania (832–835). He held the Co...
Robert, Count of Blois
Robert was Count of Blois from 865 through 866.
Battle of Blain
The Battle of Blain, also called the Battle of Messac, was fought on 24 May 843 by the forces of Lambert II of Nantes and Erispoe, prince of Brittany, against Renaud, Frankish Count of Nantes. It aro...
Edict of Pistres
The Edict of Pistres or Edictum Pistense was a capitulary promulgated, as its name suggests, at Pistres (modern Pîtres, in Eure) on 25 July 864. It is often cited by historians as one of the rare exam...
William of Gellone
Saint William of Gellone, also known as William of Aquitaine, (755 – 28 May (traditional) 812/4) was the second Count of Toulouse from 790 until his replacement in 811. His Occitan name is Guilh...
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Rorgon II of Maine
Rorgon II (c. 800 – c. 865) was the Count of Maine from 849–865.He was the eldest son of Rorgon I. As Count, he succeeded Gauzbert (brother of Rorgon I), and was succeeded by his own broth...
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Oaths of Strasbourg
The Oaths of Strasbourg, were mutual pledges of allegiance between Louis the German (876), ruler of East Francia, and his half-brother Charles the Bald (†877), ruler of West Francia made on 12 Februar...
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Battle of Ballon
The Battle of Ballon took place on 22 November 845 between the forces of Charles the Bald, king of West Francia, and Nominoë Duke of Brittany. Nominoë was appropriating border territory and opposing C...
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Acfred, Count of Toulouse
Acfred (also Acfredus, Egfridus, Ecfrid or Effroi) was the Count of Toulouse from 842 to 843. When Charles the Bald deposed Bernard of Septimania in 842, he installed Acfred in Toulouse in July. The n...
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