Roi des sarrasins


Saracen was a term widely used among Christian writers in Europe during the Middle Ages to refer to Arab Muslims.The term's meaning evolved during its history. In the early centuries of the Common Era, Greek and Latin writings used this term to refer to the people who lived in desert areas in and near the Roman province of Arabia Petraea, and in Arabia Deserta. Charles I, Roi de France (1) M, #102622, b. 13 June 823, d. 6 October 877; Last Edited=20 Aug 2005; Charles I, Roi de France was born on 13 June 823 at Frankfurt, Hessen, Germany. (2) He is the son of Louis I, Roi de France and Judith von Bayern. (1) He married Ermentrude d'Orléans, daughter of Odo, Comte de Orléans, in 842. * Bataille de la Berre, non loin de Sigean, plus significative que celle de Poitiers, victoire de Charles Martel forçant les Sarrasins à se replier vers l’Espagne 737. photo 2 : Bataille de Poitiers 732 wikimedia commons Tableau (1837) de Charles de Steuben (1788-1856) After Jean Francois Theodore Gechter (French, Charles Martel, Combattant Abderame roi des Sarrasins. Gechter and titled "Charles Martel" x x After Jean Francois Theodore Gechter (French, 1796-1844) Charles Martel, Combattant Abderame roi des Sarrasins. Lot 163-6188 See more La Crêperie Bretonne du grau du roi en mode fête de fin d’année. Salades repas, galettes sarrasins, raclettes, fondues, pasta, moules frites, gardianne de taure... au, crêpes desserts, desserts plus traditionnels tel que fondant au chocolat ou bananes au four !!! Il y en a pour tout les goûts.