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Su primer titulo lo obtuvo por el matrimonio a los 15 anos de edad con Luis VII de Francia, con cuya anuencia desplego una politica de emancipacion de la mujer, y apoyo a su hermana Petronila para que se casara con el conde de Vermandois, acusado de bigamia, desafiando la autoridad de la Iglesia catolica francesa.
They included Hugh of Vermandois, younger brother of King Philip I of France, who lead a contingent from northern France; Godfrey of Bouillon, Lord of Bouillon and Duke of Lower Lorraine, leading an army from northern France and Belgium; Bohemond of Taranto, an existing antagonist to the Byzantine Empire, who led Normans from southern Italy; Raymond of Toulouse, Count of Toulouse, Duke of Narbonne, and Margrave of Provence, led an army from southern France; and Robert of Normandy, Duke of Normandy and brother to the King of England, who led an army from Normandy in northern France.
A son tour, le depute abolitionniste du Vermandois, Viefville des Essarts, se fit le relais d'une vision universaliste du droit naturel dans son allocution A l'Assemblee nationale le 11 mai 1791: "Messieurs/La liberte est le premier droit que l'homme tient de la nature; ce droit est sacre et inalienable; rien ne doit l'en depouiller" (qtd.
Laurette d'Alsace was the daughter of Thierry count of Flanders, and by the 1160s, she had been wife to no fewer than three prominent barons of northeastern France: Iwan of Alost, Raoul I of Vermandois, and Henry the Blind of Namur (Count of Luxembourg), all of whom are named in the commentary on Psalm 36 (37).
Naval historians believe the cannon was cast for the Royal French Navy between 1669-1683 when Louis de Bourbon, Le Comte De Vermandois, was Admiral of France.
162) La rhetorique francoise d'Antoine Foclin de Chauny en Vermandois, a tresillustre princesse Madame Marie Royne d'Escosse.
Moreover, through his first marriage in 1180 to Isabelle of Hainault (1170-90), he had acquired other substantial territories in the northern parts of the country (Artois, Valois, Vermandois and Amiens).
Pour les autres, nous avons des reponses qui peuvent evoluer dans le temps et dans l'espace avec une caracteristique qui rend ce type de demarche anthropologiquement interessant : des applications de ce modele a la Grece archaique en exploitant l'Iliade et aux Picards du Vermandois a partir du seizieme siecle sur la base de mes propres travaux ont permis de verifier la generalite du modele a travers la particularite des reponses apportees (35).
The windmills and belfries that traditionally dotted the rolling flatlands of the Vermandois were far outnumbered in his childhood by the smoking chimneys of sugar refineries and textile mills.
As seen from the Capetians and the counts of Burgundy, Vermandois, and Nevers before 1100, aristocratic families were careful to respect the Church's rules on consanguinity.
Des documents d'epoque nous apprennent qu'en 1501 une de ces "voyageuses" recut 50 sous pour conduire un enfant trouve a Saint-Quentin en Vermandois et dire trois novenas pour lui (63).
Combier, Les justices seigneuriales du bailliage de Vermandois sous I'Ancien regime (Paris, 1897).