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Narbonne

Narbonne

Narbonne (Narbona in Catalan and in Occitan, the Roman Narbo) is a commune in southern France in the Languedoc-Roussillon région.

narbonne, aude, communes of aude, settlements established in the 2nd century bc, subprefectures in france, 118 bc establishments

RC Narbonne

Racing Club de Narbonne Méditerannée (also known as RC Narbonne) is a French rugby union club that will play the 2007-08 season in the second-level ...

aude, french rugby union clubs, narbonne

Narbonne High School

Nathaniel Narbonne High School (NHS) is a school located at 24300 South Western Avenue, in the Harbor City area of Los Angeles, California.

educational institutions established in 1925, high schools in los angeles, california, los angeles unified school district schools

Makhir of Narbonne

Makhir of Narbonne was a Babylonian-Jewish scholar, perhaps the Exilarch of the Jews of Babylon, certainly the leader of the Jewish community of Narbonne in ...

8th-century rabbis, jewish french history, jewish royalty, people from narbonne, provencal jews

Ancient Diocese of Narbonne

The former Catholic diocese of Narbonne existed from early Christian times until the French Revolution. ... The title Archbishop of Narbonne, however, ...

1801 disestablishments, archbishops of narbonne, former roman catholic dioceses in france, narbonne

Aymeri de Narbonne

Aymeri de Narbonne is also the hero of a (probable 13th century) chanson de geste entitled Mort Aymeri (de Narbonne) (The Death of Aymeri), also ...

13th-century books, chansons de geste, characters in epics, french poems

Abraham ben Isaac of Narbonne

Abraham ben Isaac of Narbonne (c. 1110 - 1179) was a Provençal rabbi, also known as Raavad II, and author of the halachic work Ha-Eshkol (The ...

1110 births, 12th-century rabbis, french rabbis, provencal jews, 1179 deaths

Ermengarde of Narbonne

Ermengarde (Occitan: Ermengarda, Ainermada, or Ainemarda) (b. 1127 or 1129 – d. Perpignan, 14 October 1197), was a viscountess of Narbonne from ...

viscounts of narbonne, 1120s births, 1190s deaths, 12th-century french people, occitan nobility, patrons of literature, women of medieval france

Viscounts of Narbonne

Narbonne had been the capital of the ... Narbonne was nominally subject to the Carolingian Counts of Toulouse but was usually governed autonomously.

lists of french nobility, viscounts of narbonne

Arrondissement of Narbonne

The arrondissement of Narbonne is an arrondissement of France, located in the Aude département, in the Languedoc-Roussillon région. It has 9 ...

narbonne, arrondissements of aude