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SIR JOHN FROISSART Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.2

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SIR JOHN FROISSART
Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.2
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polk*, fiinumd the Archprlei, 'wore the full ar-mour of the young earl of Alençôn. * His name was Arriaut de Cervole. . * The femily of CeWtm?, èervoile, ôr Sfervofa, held a diftin-guHhed rank among tie nobffity of Perigord. ' %mmi was of this family. Some authors make bim a Gafcoti» becaufe formerijall borderers on the Garonne were fo called. 4 The title of arcfaipmbjier ie Vcrniu* which Dont» VahTcttp tranflates, 1 archpiieft of Vezzins/ was given to him. for though a knight and a married man, he pofTefted an arcbpnerahlp of that name. It Is known, that Hugh duke of France and &irgur%, mû of Paris and Orleans, who died fat 95a, was) * Jumatned tile Abbot ; becaufe, though a laymarij be poiJMfed the % abbeys of St, Denis, St, Germaia-des*prèst and St. Martin da fours. • Ylzzips was probably an archpriefHhip whofe teveuùes Cérvoffé received. One cadfiot determine where it was fUtiated, for village* *nd hamlets of thh mtm are in ABJoù,TQaràkie,Bouergiie, làdi* l^tHoy.1 For further particulars, I {hail refer to M. de Zurlauben's memoir itfelf, in the *x.vth volume of the Mémoires de l'Aca-démie. ' c in this feme year {i36ti]t about Trfriiiy-day* *fr Arnold da Cervolé, ftmmraed tie ArebprafV who commsuided a large body of met* àt arms in tke kingdom of France, was put to death, by his own roeo, which sejoktd nany.W9ee more m the »d. vol, iftiUub Chroniques de prance, T. 3. R X* CHAP. 9tt


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