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Lemozi {PC 286}

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PC: this is identical to PAlvernha's "Lemozi de Brive"; PC does not find the tenso with BVent {286,1} to be fictitious; S Guida, Cultura Neolatina 57 (1997):167-197, "Il Limosino di Briva", argues at p171 that in strophe 5 the 4th trobador "limosino" (also called "joglar") is Arnaut de Quintinhac (not BVent); for Guida p175, A de Quintinhac was precursor and "maestro" of BVent; Guida pp190-91 backs up his argument by pointing to the testimony of Matfre Ermengau, who attributes "Lo Joi comens en un bel mes" to AQuintinhac [whom he erroneously calls "Guiraut" de Quintinhac]; GRLMA II.1.7:444 vers 1170, jongleur?, prob. identique au Lemozi de Briva mentionne dans la satire litt. de PeireAlv et au Lemozi auquel BernVent adresse la parole dans {70,45}; BEdT 1999/07/27 generazione 2= 1150-1175; BEDT 2.0 2009-02-20 luogo di origine: Limosino, Marche (?);

 

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Abbreviation, DOMLem Text
Abbreviation, FrankLemozi TextBEdT, RIALTO
Also known asArnaut de Quintenac {BEdT 32a} Person/Reliability/060 Guida 1997
Also known asBernart de Ventadorn {PC 70} Person/Reliability/060 PC
Also known asLemozi de Briva {} Person/Reliability/090 Chambers, 030 peut-être CC, forse it.wiki
Date, Flourished
1250/01/01 Date/TimeBeginning Date, Earliest
1250/12/31 Date/TimeBeginning Date, Latest
1275/01/01 Date/TimeEnding Date, Earliest
1275/12/31 Date/TimeEnding Date, Latest
Name, Full
{?} TextHonorific
Lemozi TextFirst
{?} TextSecond
{?} TextOrdinal
{?} TextParticle
{?} TextPlace
{?} TextEpithet
Name, MonolithicLemozi Text
Number, PC286 Number
Referred to byChantarai d'aquestz trobadors {PC 323,11} InformationV
Referred to byIl limosino di Briva {} Information
Troubadour RoleJoglar Text
Troubadour RoleTrobador Text