lost kingdom of Burgundy by Robert J. Casey

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Published by Leonard Parsons in London .

Written in English

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  • Burgundy (France) -- Description and travel.,
  • Burgundy (France) -- History.

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Statementby Robert J. Casey ... illustrated with many photographs ...
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 399 p.
Number of Pages399
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Open LibraryOL18019017M

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Founded by the Germanic Burgundians, Burgundy as a Kingdom, and then parts of it as the Duchy and Free County of Burgundy, Provence, Dauphine, Savoy, and western Switzerland, saw a long history tangled with important events in the history of Italy, Germany, and France.

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Burgundy itself has faded from view, mainly devoured by France. Oct 09,  · Neal Ascherson, reviewing this book for the LRB, Well, there were at least 10 of them; take your pick from the Kingdom of ADthe Kingdom of Provence or of Burgundy.

Jul 02,  · Though his half-sister Joan was his natural successor in Navarre (where female succession was allowed as opposed to France where women were barred from inheriting the throne), both Kingdoms were inherited by his uncle, now Philip V of France and II of Navarre.

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As a kingdom, it was a member or state of the Empire, having the same basic status as the March of Brandenburg, the Grandy Duchy of Tuscany or the County of East Frisia (but obviously of higher rank). Germany, Italy and Burgundy, however, became little more than constitutional constructs, shadows of once real kingdoms.

As a political entity, Burgundy existed in a number of forms with different boundaries, notably, when it was divided into Upper and Lower Burgundy and Provence.

Two of the entities, the first around the 6th century and the second around the 11th century, were called the Kingdom of Burgundy.

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Burgundy came to be recognized as the premier peerage of the French kingdom. Both the duchy of Burgundy and Cisjurane Burgundy (the county of Burgundy) flourished during this period. The towns prospered: Dijon became an important market town. Pilgrims flocked to Vézelay and Autun, where in a magnificent church was built around the tomb of.

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This list and genealogy of the Dukes of Burgundy is from Phoenix Frustrated, the Lost Kingdom of Burgundy, by Christopher Cope [Constable, London, ; Dodd, Mead & Company, New York, ] and from the Regentenlisten und Stammtafeln zur Geschichte Europas, by Michael F.

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Part II. Containing Artois, French Flanders, Champagne, Lorraine, Alsace, and the Vosges, Burgundy, Lyons, Marseilles, and the Rhone, Franche-Comte and the Jura, Dauphine, the French Alps, Provence and Nice by John Murray.The Duchy of Burgundy was a successor of the earlier Kingdom of the Burgundians, which evolved out of territories ruled by the Burgundians, an East Germanic tribe that arrived in Gaul in the 5th century.

The Burgundians settled in the area around Dijon, Chalon-sur-Saône, Mâcon, Autun and Châtillon-sur-Seine, and gave the name to the hamptonsbeachouse.com Kingdom of the Burgundians was annexed by the Capital: Dijon.

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