As it is seen in Augustus Caesar, Cosmus Duke of Florence, Gaston de Foix
, and others.
This is how it runs: `A le moult puissant et moult honorable chevalier, Sir Nigel Loring de Christchurch, de son tres fidele ami Sir Claude Latour, capitaine de la Compagnie blanche, chatelain de Biscar, grand seigneur de Montchateau, vavaseur de le renomme Gaston, Comte de Foix
, tenant les droits de la haute justice, de la milieu, et de la basse.' Which signifies in our speech: `To the very powerful and very honorable knight, Sir Nigel Loring of Christchurch, from his very faithful friend Sir Claude Latour, captain of the White Company, chatelain of Biscar, grand lord of Montchateau and vassal to the renowned Gaston, Count of Foix
, who holds the rights of the high justice, the middle and the low.'"
There is also a Phoebus, Comte de Foix
. I remember having known a wench who swore only by the name of Phoebus."
The aim of the present study was to compare bleak populations across four Iberian streams: Muga, Fluvia, Cardener and Foix
(northeastern Iberian Peninsula).
The poet Josep Vicenc Foix
i Mas (1893-1987) is a major figure in modern Catalan literature who has influenced generations of writers down to the present.
He brings news that the chief author of France's military strategy against Spain, General De Foix
, has been captured, so the king's swordsmen join forces with Rochefort to rescue De Foix
before critical information falls into the wrong hands.
Foix-Chavany-Marie syndrome was first described in 1837 by Magnus and later instituted in 1926 by Foix
Lord of the Pyrenees; Gaston Febus, Count of Foix
CYCLING: Kurt Asle Arvesen emerged from a group of a dozen escapees to win the 11th stage of the Tour de France from Lannemezan to Foix
DOUBLE reigning Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong is back in the yellow jersey after a thrilling win on the 194-kilometre 13th stage from Foix