Louis VII and the Counts of Champagne

  • Theodore Evergates


One of the more dramatic political realignments of the twelfth century, the rapprochement between the Capetians and the counts of Blois-Champagne, passed unremarked by contemporaries, perhaps because it was more a process of evolving relationships than a notable event. Moreover, the decisive transformation occurred beyond the kingdom of France during the Second Crusade.


Twelfth Century Failed Leadership Feudal Lord Decisive Transformation French King 
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© Michael Gervers 1992

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  • Theodore Evergates

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