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Robert Ier et Raoul de Bourgogne, rois de France (923-936)

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Author: Ph. Lauer
Language: French
Wordcount: 48,461 / 180 pg
LoC Category: D
Downloads: 394
Added to site: 2004.06.30
mnybks.net#: 8154
Genre: History
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re (Troyes, 1890, in-8), p. 18, n° 12.]

[Footnote 26: Recueil des historiens de France, IX, 665; _Cartulaire de l'abbaye de Gorze_, publ. p. A. d'Herbomez (Mettensia, II), p. 159, n° 87.]

[Footnote 27: _Chron. S. Benigni Divion. (Rec. des historiens de France_, VIII, 242; éd. Bougaud et Garnier, p. 119).]

[Footnote 28: _Cartulaire de l'église d'Autun_, publ. par A. de Charmasse (Autun, 1865) n° 22. Il ne faut pas, semble-t-il, vouloir le reconnaître dans un Rodolphus comes qui figure avec beaucoup d'autres comtes lorrains dans un diplôme de Charles le Simple en faveur de l'abbaye de Prüm, daté de la même année (Recueil des historiens de France, IX, 526).]

[Footnote 29: _Cartulaire de l'église d'Autun, n° 23._]

[Footnote 30: Ibid., n° 9, 10.]

[Footnote 31: Flodoard, Annales, a. 924; _Ann. Masciac._, a. 919 (_M.G.h., Scr._, III, 169); Histoire de Languedoc, nouv. éd., II, 251; III, 95. Voy. aussi F. Lot, Hugues Capet, p. 190, n. 3.

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