Capet


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King of France elected in 987 and founding the Capetian dynasty (940-996)

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by Lucien Capet (Paris: Editions Salabert, Collection Maurice Senart, 1915), Mitchell Collection, box 3, folder 1; and box 9, folder 6.
Capet previously worked at Rio Hondo Community College in Whittier and Cerro Coso College in Ridgecrest, and he was involved in improving online course offerings at both those schools.
Following the French troops' liberation of Lausanne on January 26, 1798, Louis Capet was ordered to leave the newly proclaimed Helvetic Republic.
See also Mathieu (1993: 40), wherein Mathieu discusses the political significance of Capet.
Its publication was a few days after the execution of Louis Capet, and clearly uses and elaborates upon a rumor to suit the political purposes of that newspaper; the French King, murdered at night, in private, the perpetrators using all the cunning of a villain in a Gothic novel to keep their crime secret.
Because these overlords were named Plantagenet and Capet, and from their struggles the first strong royal states in northwest Europe were to emerge, our understanding of Breton history has been distorted.
Part 1 treats the Italian humanists' views of the French kings, including the question of the legitimacy of the ascendance to the French throne of Pepin and Hugh Capet, the tribal origins of the Carolingiians, and the territorial ambitions of the monarchs, both with regard to Italy and to the rest of Christendom.
Chantal Capet, an English teacher in France appreciates EdNet@UMass' ability to facilitate "hearing about my contemporaries' experiences in teaching.
Reasons for Preserving the Life of Louis Capet (1793), a speech to the National Convention, encourages the French to avoid new calamity and reminds them of Louis's assistance to the American Revolution.
A small orchestra under Simon Capet buoyantly supported the singers, who, if largely lacking in bravura embellishments, sang soundly and with convincing dramatic involvement.
The Capet report proposes that VAT should apply in full on July 1, 1999, in keeping with the Council Decision, but excise duties for tobacco and alcohol should be phased in over a six-year period.
60) They were now arrayed so that those of the genus of Charlemagne were placed in the right part of the monastery and those of the line of Hugh Capet in the left.
Besides the publications mentioned above, these writings by Paine may be listed: The Case of the Officers of Excise (1772, 1793); Epistle to the People Called Quakers (1776); Public Good (1780); Reasons for Wishing to Preserve the Life of Louis Capet (1793); Dissertation on First-Principles of Government (1795); The Decline and Fall of the English System of Finance (1796); Agrarian Justice (1797); Letter to the People of France and the French Armies (1797); Letters to the Citizens of the United States of America (1802-03); and Miscellaneous Poems (1819).
Hugh Capet, the founder of the French ruling dynasty, which he castigates for its crimes and brutality.