Angevin


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Synonyms for Angevin

a resident of Anjou

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"Once you become part of FOCUS, it has a very structured approach," recalled Angevin, now 25 and a social worker in New York.
After a brief war for control of the Angevin Empire's continental possessions, John captured his nephew Arthur in 1202, sending him to Rouen in the custody of a trusted Baron, William de Braose.
Its churches and castles bear witness to wave after wave of settlement and conquest--Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Norman, Angevin ...
Charles I (1268-1282), the Angevin king of Sicily and Naples, had a grand scheme for a Mediterranean empire under the French auspices, succeeding the declining Byzantine empire.
It was part of the Plantagenets' Angevin Empire under Henry II and where the Duke of Wellington attended a military academy.
[11] Bohanec, M., Messean, A., Angevin, F., Znidarsic, M.
Former Baseball Angevin writer James Baile) anchors his first novel, "The Greatest Show on Dirt," in the home park of the Durham Bulls, the storied minor league franchise for which he worked years ago.
Because of some details, which we have indicated for the first time, we believe that most probably the paintings known as Opere di misericordia represented in two horizontal strips with seven scenes on each in the central apse, were painted in the Angevin period and not in the Norman period as stated by Parente.
However, Robin Angevin, the stable's runner in today's finale (4.05), has been a losing favourite on all four starts, with his resolution called into question during the summer.
Leandro da Silva Sauer, Luis Valero Aguayo, Francisco Velasco Alvarez y Ricardo Ron Angevin
As Morosini notes, Boccaccio had access at a young age to a rich collection of maps and accounts of voyages while he was associated with the Angevin court of Naples.
Medievalists from the anglophone Atlantic offer younger or less specialized scholars an entry to the most crucial historical document for England from the Anglo-Saxon invasion to the Angevin period.
Named to second honors are: Amelia Angevin and Sarah Saliba, of Berlin, and Lindsay Johnson, of Clinton.
The Angevin monarch suffered a huge setback at the very beginning of his Berwyn mountain campaign when he was savagely repulsed by a small but determined force of Welsh warriors under the command of the Powysian princes.