See also:ARRAS, French
See also:trouvere, flourished in the second
See also:half of the 12th century . Nothing is known of his biography except what may be gleaned from his
See also:works . He dedicated his
See also:romance of Eracle to Theobald V., count of
See also:Blois (d . 1191); among his other patrons were
See also:Marie, countess of
See also:Champagne, daughter of
See also:Louis VII. and Eleanor of
See also:Guienne and Baldwin IV., count of Hainaut . Eracle, the hero of which becomes emperor of Constantinople as
See also:Heraclius, is purely a
See also:roman d'aventures and enjoyed
See also:great popularity . His second romance, Ille et Galeron, dedicated to Beatrix, the second wife of
See also:Barbarossa, treats of a similar situation to that outlined in the
See also:lay of " Eliduc " by Marie de France . See the -Euvres de Gautier d'Arras, ed . E . Loseth (2 vols.,
See also:Paris, 1890); Hist. litt. de la France, vol. xxii . (1852); A . Dinaux,
See also:Les Trouveres (1833-1843), vol. iii .
FRANCOIS SAMUEL ROBERT LOUIS GAUSSEN (1790-1863)
EMILE THEODORE LEON GAUTIER (1832-1897)
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