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Ouija666:

Well, it seems to have taxed everyone else's intellect, trying to figure out replies that the WRTF would understand. . . .
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I suggest Ouija goes to play with his/her board if he/she cannot provide helpful [sign in to see URL], I think that Ermengarde de Narbonne was the more influential due to her ducal links and the role of [sign in to see URL] is not to dismiss the other Ermengarde whose powerful influence was legendary and whose example also did much to advance medieval women.

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Pereobu
I [sign in to see URL] Beziers was the earlier influence and if anything the more significant for the 11th Century.I consider also that Adele de Blois-Chartres was probably as influential to De Beziers but there is not an obvious way of proving it either way.
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I find most of this discussion too profound to comprehend and was compelled to read some contributions twice to appreciate the intricasies of this important [sign in to see URL],concerning her burial, my interest was drawn to the tomb at the L'Abbaye Des Dames where on enquiry there I was informed that the tomb titled <<Filia Regis>> (king's daughter for the "non-latin learned" like me emoticon)had never existed and that Comtesse Adele was buried at Marcigny monastery for women which is no longer present at Cluny.I have sent a letter to the L'Abbaye Des Dames authorities but have yet to receive a reply.
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