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Aimeric de Belenoi (fl. 1215–1242) was a Gascon troubadour. At least fifteen of his songs survive and there are seven more which were attributed to him in some medieval manuscripts. Aimeric's birthplace was the castle of Lesparra in the Bordelais (metropolis civitas Burdigalensium, the modern Gironde). He was related to another troubadour, Peire de Corbiac, who was his uncle. His vida says he was a cleric and later a jongleur before he took to "inventing good songs, which were beautiful and charming." He seems to have later been the feudal lord of Belenoi, an unknown location.

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  • Aimeric de Belenoi est un clerc et un troubadour du XIIIe siècle, né en 1216 au château de Lesparre, près de Bordeaux. Il voyagea beaucoup, en Savoie et en Castille. Il termina sa vie à la cour de Ferdinand III de Castille, dit « Le Saint » et mourut en 1242 en Catalogne. Il est cité par Dante dans son ouvrage De vulgari eloquentia consacré à la poésie en langue vulgaire (non latine).
  • Aimeric de Belenoi (1216 - Cataluña, 1242) fue un clérigo y trovador del siglo XIII nacido en el castillo de Lesparre-Médoc, cerca de Burdeos. Al menos quince de sus canciones sobreviven y hay siete más que se le atribuyen. Sus obras hacen referencia a hechos de Toulouse, Provenza e Italia, cosa que parece demostrar su talante viajero. Se puede encontrar también citado en viajes a Saboya, Castilla y Cataluña, donde falleció. Dante lo cita en su obra De vulgari eloquentia consagrado dentro de la poesía en lengua vulgar (no latina).
  • Aimeric de Belenoi (fl. 1215–1242) was a Gascon troubadour. At least fifteen of his songs survive and there are seven more which were attributed to him in some medieval manuscripts. Aimeric's birthplace was the castle of Lesparra in the Bordelais (metropolis civitas Burdigalensium, the modern Gironde). He was related to another troubadour, Peire de Corbiac, who was his uncle. His vida says he was a cleric and later a jongleur before he took to "inventing good songs, which were beautiful and charming." He seems to have later been the feudal lord of Belenoi, an unknown location.
  • Аймерик де Беленуа (окс. Aimeric de Belenòi; ок. 1185-1190 — ок. 1250 или позже, годы творчества 1215—1242) — гасконский трубадур. До настоящего времени сохранилось пятнадцать его песен, ещё семь приписываются его авторству в некоторых средневековых манускриптах. Родился в замке Леспар, в настоящее время — департамент Жиронда. Племянник трубадура Пейре де Корбийака. Его вида говорит, что он был священнослужителем, позже стал менестрелем, чтобы «сочинять хорошие песни, которые были прекрасны и очаровательны». Вероятно, позднее стал сеньором Беленуа.
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