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1200. On Richard I's death in 1199 a struggle over the succession broke out between King John and his nephew Arthur of Brittany. Philip II ‘Augustus’ of France lent Arthur ...

Le Goulet, peace of

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S. D. Lloyd

The Oxford Companion to British History (2 ed.)

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... Goulet, peace of , 1200 . On Richard I ’s death in 1199 a struggle over the succession broke out between King John and his nephew Arthur of Brittany. Philip II ‘Augustus’ of France lent Arthur support and invaded Normandy and Maine, but following defections he was obliged to consider peace. John needed breathing space to establish himself securely. The two met at Le Goulet (near Vernon, southern Normandy) and sealed a treaty ( 22 May 1200 ). Philip recognized John as Richard’s successor, receiving his homage, and abandoned Arthur. But John had to...

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A Dictionary of British History (3 ed.)

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... Goulet, peace of , 1200 . On Richard I 's death in 1199 a struggle over the succession broke out between King John and his nephew Arthur of Brittany. Philip II ‘Augustus’ of France lent Arthur support and invaded Normandy and Maine, but he was obliged to consider peace. John also needed breathing space to establish himself securely. The two met at Le Goulet (southern Normandy) and sealed a treaty ( 22 May 1200 ). Philip recognized John as Richard's successor, receiving his homage, and abandoned Arthur. But John had to pay a heavy price, consenting to...

peace of Le Goulet

peace of Le Goulet  

1200.On Richard I's death in 1199 a struggle over the succession broke out between King John and his nephew Arthur of Brittany. Philip II ‘Augustus’ of France lent Arthur support and invaded Normandy ...
Angevin

Angevin  

Any of the Plantagenet kings of England, especially those who were also counts of Anjou (Henry II, Richard I, and John), descended from Geoffrey, Count of Anjou. The name comes via French from ...
Plantagenets

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Encyclopedia of the Middle Ages

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2005
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History, Early history (500 CE to 1500)
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...one of them, the “Lionheart” perished at Châlus on 6 April 1199 . He too was buried at Fontevraud . Though married from 1191 to Berengaria of Navarre , he left no descendants. So it was his brother John “Lackland” who succeeded him, though his nephew, the young Arthur of Brittany , posthumous son of John's elder brother Geoffrey , had rights to the throne. Despite unshakable support, while she lived, from the aged Eleanor († 31 March 1204 ) and despite his recognition by Philip Augustus who imposed the costly peace of Le Goulet on him ( 22...

France

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The Oxford Encyclopedia of Medieval Warfare and Military Technology

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2010
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History, Military History, Social sciences, Warfare and Defence
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...Portsmouth—reflected a new naval dimension to the Angevin-Capetian struggle. Before Philip’s acquisition of Artois, the only coastal possession of the kings of France had been the town of Montreuil-sur-Mer, but now the ports on the northeast coast became key strategic targets; the French sacked Dieppe in 1195 , while Richard burned Saint-Valéry in 1197 . Philip responded to Château-Gaillard by strengthening a counter-network of castles, including Le Goulet and La Roche Guyon, but he was now very much on the defensive. In September 1198 , his forces were...

Women

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The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece and Rome

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2010
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Classical studies, History
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...Obbink , and Glenn S. Holland , pp. 221–243. Supplements to Novum Testamentum 111. Leiden, The Netherlands, and Boston: Brill, 2004. A lucid exposition of the problems of disentangling history from polemic in evaluating later sources for women's participation in the earliest Epicurean community. Gordon raises the gender issues that resulted in the characterization of Epicurus’ school as effeminate. Goulet, Richard . Dictionnaire des Philosophes Antiques . 4 vols. Paris: Editions du Centre national de la recherche scientifique, 1989–2005. Although written in...

Novels in English. Beginnings to 1900

Novels in English. Beginnings to 1900   Reference library

The Oxford Companion to Canadian Literature (2 ed.)

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2006
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Literature
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31,866 words

...in the cannibalistic commune of Ephratah in the British Columbia interior. Musgrave's horrific vision—of a woman caught between the vegetarians and the meat-eaters, and sentenced to die by one or the other—is most horrifying for the suggested universality of its application. 6(c). The East . In the 1960s and 70s English-language fiction set in Quebec was no longer exclusively of a high romantic nature. Robert Goulet's The violent season ( 1961 ) depicted the cyclical purgings by charivari of the pent-up frustrations of a small Quebec logging town, La...

United States of America

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The International Encyclopedia of Dance

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2005
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Performing arts, Dance, Music
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45,715 words

... starred. At the opposite extreme were the presentations of idealized worlds. Camelot ( 3 December 1960 ) brought Holm back into the theater to create May dances and medieval games for a cast headed by Richard Burton , Julie Andrews, and Robert Goulet. Based on The Rainmaker, 110 in the Shade ( 24 October 1963 ) was de Mille's last Broadway original. Jones and Schmidt retained their delicacy in libretto and score. With “Everything Wonderful Happens at Night,” de Mille conjured up a spell of ice cream socials and fragile first love—quaint, but too tame...

Environmental Activism

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Rodrigo G. Pinto

The International Studies Encyclopedia

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2017
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Social sciences, Politics, Warfare and Defence
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17,719 words

...; Khagram 2004 ; Duffy 2003 ; Rootes 2004 ; Goulet 2005 ; Shandra 2007 ). An even smaller extension considers the effects of activism on state “sovereignty transformation” (e.g., Keck and Sikkink 1998 ). Coverage of these REACTS broader explorations is subject to space limitations (see Paterson 2006 ; Betsill 2006 ; Kelly 2007 ), but that restriction does not affect this essay’s conclusion on a generally stagnant state of the art (see Elman and Elman 2002 ). To touch on the example of the most substantial outgrowth, GCS conceptual...

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