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GENERAL INDEX




Abelard, Peter 14 Becherel, Ille-et-Vilaine, caput of barony 45,
Adrian IV, pope 70, 73 56, 163, 167, 189
Agomar, Harvey, see Haelgomar, Harvey son of Becherel, lords of, Alan de Dinan (father of
Alan III, duke of Brittany (1008±40) 10, 19, Rolland de Dinan) 56, 189, 191

108n. Alan de Dinan (or de Vitre, nephew of
Alan IV, duke of Brittany (1084±112) 10, 12, Rolland de Dinan) 57, 147±9, 163, 191
21, 28, 29, 33, 36 Rolland de Dinan 33, 45±6, 55±7, 98, 105,
Alan `the Black', earl of Richmond 30±2, 106, 107, 107n., 182, 191; as `Justiciarius
61±2, 189 Britannie' 51, 76, 78, 91, 95
Ancenis, Loire-Atlantique, caput of barony 50, see also Juhel de Mayenne
61, 190; castle 50, 148 Becket, Thomas 54
Ancenis, Geoffrey d' 168 Begard, abbey 6, 151
Ancenis, Guethenoc d' 61 Bertha, duchess of Brittany (1148±56) 29±32,
Angevin empire 1, 34, 92, 126, 176 46, 149
Angers, Maine-et-Loire 81, 159, 168, 169±70, her daughters Constance and Ennoguent and
173 son Geoffrey 46±7
abbeys at 5 Blain, Loire-Atlantique 23
Anjou, county of 5, 27, 78, 167 170, 173 Blois, counts of 9
frontier with Brittany 35, 49, 61, 148, 168, Eudo II 10
190 Bonrepos, abbey 106, 116
seneschal of, Robert of Thornham 162±5 Boquen, abbey 116, 251
see also William des Roches, Aimery de Born, Bertrand de, troubadour 115
Thouars Boterel, Hamo 41, 54, 210
Anjou, counts of 9, 32, 37, 66 Reginald 88±9, 91, 96, 101, 102, 135, 174, 209
Geoffrey Plantagenet 36 Bouchard, Alan, historian 3
see also Ermengard, duchess of Brittany, Breton, William the, chronicler 3±4, 14
Henry II, king of England Brittany, duchesses of, see Bertha, Constance,

Apigne, Robert d' 174 Ermengard, Margaret
Arbrissel, Robert d' 15, 66 dukes of, see Alan III, Alan IV, Arthur,
Arthur, duke of Brittany (1201±3) birth 157; Conan III, Conan IV, Eudo de Porhoet, È
heir of Richard I 158±9; political career Geoffrey, Guy de Thouars, Hoel, Peter de
È
159±75; government of Brittany 153±5, Dreux, Ranulf, earl of Chester
173 Broerec, Morbihan, county 17, 22, 33, 77, 104
È
Arthur, legendary king 45 seneschal of 103±4
`Assize of Count Geoffrey' 54, 105n., 106, Buzay, abbey 82, 117, 122, 151
111±15, 119, 177, 182±203 archive of 6
Aubigny, Alemann d' 105, 174
Auray, Morbihan 22, 45, 51 Canterbury, Gervase of, chronicler 155
Á
Carnoet, Finistere, forest see Saint-Maurice de
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Beaulieu, abbey 21, 106, 116 CarnoetÈ
Beaumont, Roscelin, viscount of, younger son Cesson, Cotes-d'Armor, castle 152
of 52 Chancellor of duke of Brittany 101, 154

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Chateaubriant, Ille-et-Vilaine, caput of barony Dinan, Cotes-d'Armor, caput of barony 55, 57,
160±1, 190 189, 191
Ã
Chateaubriant, Geoffrey de 153, 161, 167±8, royal of®cials in 147
174, 174n, 182 see Becherel
Ã
Chateaugiron, Alan de 166, 168, 182; Philip his Dinan, Josce de 41, 54, 210±11
brother 166 Oliver de 45, 54, 55±6
Giro, son of Conan de 60 Peter de, see Rennes, bishops of
James de 182 Diss, Ralph of, chronicler 52
Waleran de 105 Doisnel, Robert 81, 82, 91, 208
à Á
Chateaulin, Finistere 22 Dol, Ille-et-Vilaine 44, 49, 156
à Á
Chateauneuf-du-Faou, Finistere 104, 155 castle of lord of Combour in 41, 55, 55n
Chester, earl of, see Ranulf siege of 4, 49, 60, 85
Cistercian order, 6, 15 marshes of 74, 76
see also Begard, Buzay, Langonnet, La see also Combour
Vieuville, Saint-Maurice de Carnoet, Dol, metropolitan see 13±14, 36, 41, 68±75,
È
Savigny 120, 154
Coinage 12±13, 23, 100, 110 archbishops/bishops, 107; Baldric of
Combour, Ille-et-Vilaine, caput of barony 36, Bourgueil (1107±30) 14, 71; Hugo
41±2, 44, 49±50, 60, 83±5, 107, 109, 190 (1154±60) 72±3; Oliver (1147±c. 1153)
Combour, lords of, Isolde, 41±2, 52, 84, 85 72±3; Roger du Hommet (1161±c. 1163)
John II de Dol 33, 40, 41, 52, 70, 84; 73±4; John II (c. 1163±77) 74; Rolland of
Hawise, his sister 72; Noga, his mother 72, Pisa (1177±88) 74, 118, 120, 120n;
85, 85n seneschals of 26, 166; temporal possessions
John III de Dol 85n of 74
Rivallon de Dol 11 cathedral of 6
Hasculf de Subligny 74, 83, 84, 84n, 85, 168 `chronicle' of 3
John de Subligny 42, 52, 74, 76, 83±5; Donges, Savary de 21
Adam, his brother 84, 84n Dreux, Peter de, duke of Brittany (1213±37) 18
Conan III, duke of Brittany (1113±48) 10, 15,
21, 29±31, 121 Eleanor of Aquitaine 42, 149
Conan IV, duke of Brittany (1156±66, d. 1171) Eleanor, daughter of Geoffrey, duke of Brittany
21, 32±3, 34, 39±43, 44, 48, 61±2, 105, 155, 158, 175
116 England, kingdom of 5, 11
Constance, duchess of Brittany (c. 1084) 10 England, kings of, see Henry I, Henry II, John,
Constance, duchess of Brittany (1181±1201) 2, Richard, Stephen
43, 97, 99, 100, 105, 114, 116, 149; Ermengard, duchess of Brittany 10, 15
government of Brittany (1186±1201)

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