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  1. Duchy of Gascony - Wikipedia

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    The Duchy of Gascony or Duchy of Vasconia (Basque: Baskoniako dukerria; Occitan: ducat de Gasconha; French: duché de Gascogne, duché de Vasconie) was a duchy in present southwestern France and northeastern Spain, an area encompassing the modern region of Gascony. The Duchy of Gascony, then known as Wasconia, was originally a Frankish march formed to hold sway over the Basques (Vascones).

  2. Gascony - Wikipedia

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    Gascony is the land of d'Artagnan, who inspired Alexandre Dumas 's character d'Artagnan in The Three Musketeers, as well as the land of Cyrano de Bergerac, who inspired the play of the same name by Edmond Rostand. It is also home to Henry III of Navarre, who later became king of France as Henry IV.

  3. Talk:Duchy of Gascony - Wikipedia

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    Gascony was originally a frontier duchy (a march) against the Basques. It was Frankish creation, with a Roman predecessor in Vasconia Citerior. The Gascon march was governed by the Aquitainian dukes for over a century before the Basques began to take power. Thereafter, Gascony is a Basque duchy with very loose ties to Frankland.

  4. Basque duchy of Gascony (864–1053) San­cho III Mi­tarra (or Men­di­tarra, cited in 864) ap­pears to be the founder of a lin­eage of au­tochtho­nous in­de­pen­dent dukes rul­ing Gas­cony up to San­cho VI William (died in 1032), with loose ties, if any, to the Frank­ish Kingdom.

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  6. Category:Dukes of Gascony - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Wikimedia Commons has media related to Dukes of Gascony. Coat of arms of the duchy of Gascony.

  7. Lieutenant of the Duchy of Aquitaine - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Lieutenant of Gascony) The Lieutenant of the Duchy of Aquitaine was an officer charged with governing the Duchy of Aquitaine on behalf of the King of England. Unlike the seneschalcy of Gascony, the lieutenancy was not a permanent office.

  8. Duchy of Aquitaine - Wikipedia

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    The duchy of Aquitaine as a quasi-independent realm within the Frankish empire established itself during the second half of the 7th century, certainly by 700 under Odo the Great. The first duke is on record under the name of Felix, and as having ruled from about 660. As his successor Lupus, he probably owed allegiance to the Frankish kings.

  9. County of Bigorre - Wikipedia

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    The County of Bigorre was a small feudatory of the Duchy of Gascony in the ninth through 15th centuries. Its capital was Tarbes.

  10. Bigorre - Wikipedia

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    Bigorre (Gascon: Bigòrra) is a region in southwest France, historically an independent county and later a French province, located in the upper watershed of the Adour, on the northern slopes of the Pyrenees, part of the larger region known as Gascony.

  11. Duchy - Wikipedia

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    At present all independent (i.e., sovereign) duchies have disappeared. Luxembourg, an independent and sovereign nation with a history dating back as far as the 8th century, is the only remaining independent grand duchy, with the Grand Duke Henri (dynasty of Luxembourg-Nassau) as its head of state since the year 2000.