Le lignage aristocratique en Provence au XIe siècle (14°-15° siècles)

Martin Aurell 1
1 Espace, pouvoir et religion
CESCM - Centre d'Etudes Supérieures de Civilisation médiévale
Abstract : As as corollary of the break-down of central power, lineage structures fell into place within the Provençal aristocracy by the years 1020-1030. A quantitative study of the Saint-Victor cartulary shows the importance of this phenomenon : during the Xlth century more than half of its acts were drawn up by extended families. The kinds of family behavior that proceeded from lineage were the following : a very high birthrate, a high rate of marriages, the emergence of sub-lineages and of primogeniture. A new role was vested in kinship in religious mentalities.
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Martin Aurell. Le lignage aristocratique en Provence au XIe siècle (14°-15° siècles). Annales du Midi, Editions Privat, 1986, 98 (174), pp.149-163. ⟨http://www.persee.fr/docAsPDF/anami_0003-4398_1986_num_98_174_5708.pdf⟩. ⟨10.3406/anami.1986.5708⟩. ⟨halshs-01306173⟩

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