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Peire Cardenal (or Cardinal) (c. 1180 – c. 1278) was a troubadour (fl. 1204–1272) known for his satirical sirventes and his dislike of the clergy. Ninety-six pieces of his remain, a number rarely matched by other poets of the age. Peire subsequently travelled widely, visiting the courts of Auvergne, Les Baux, Foix, Rodez, and Vienne. He may have even ventured into Spain and met Alfonso X of Castile, and James I of Aragon, although he never mentions the latter by name in his poems. During his travels he was accompanied by a suite of jongleurs, some of whom receive mention by name in his poetry.

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  • Peire Cardenal (Pierre Cardinal) est un troubadour né vers 1180 au Puy-Notre-Dame (lo Puei Nostra Domna, aujourd'hui Le Puy-en-Velay , Haute-Loire) ou à Brioude (Haute-Loire), et mort vers 1278, probablement à Montpellier (Hérault), âgé de près de cent ans.Sa vie, comme celle de bien d'autres grands poètes, nous est très mal connue. Sa biographie ancienne, établie par Miquel de la Tor vers 1300, tient en une douzaine de phrases seulement.Son père, un chevalier respecté et puissant, le fait entrer encore enfant à la chanoinie du Puy-Notre-Dame pour être chanoine. Là, il apprend à lire et à chanter. À vingt-trois ans, il quitte les ordres et entre à la cour des comtes de Toulouse (Raymond VI, puis Raymond VII). Marié vers l'âge de cinquante ans, il a au moins deux fils.Bien qu'installé auprè
  • Peire Cardenal (or Cardinal) (c. 1180 – c. 1278) was a troubadour (fl. 1204–1272) known for his satirical sirventes and his dislike of the clergy. Ninety-six pieces of his remain, a number rarely matched by other poets of the age. Peire subsequently travelled widely, visiting the courts of Auvergne, Les Baux, Foix, Rodez, and Vienne. He may have even ventured into Spain and met Alfonso X of Castile, and James I of Aragon, although he never mentions the latter by name in his poems. During his travels he was accompanied by a suite of jongleurs, some of whom receive mention by name in his poetry.
  • Пейре́ Кардена́ль (окс. Pèire Cardenal, 1180 — 1278) — провансальский трубадур. Из знатного рода, был в молодости каноником, затем предался радостям светской жизни, пользовался благосклонностью короля Хайме I Арагонского и умер, чуть не дожив до ста лет. Сохранились около 70 стихотворений Карденаля, в основном — mune Sirvente (сирвенты). В них он выступает искренним сторонником графа Раймунда VII Тулузского и радуется неудачам крестоносцев в борьбе против альбигойцев. В стихотворениях его высмеиваются церковь, кардиналы, папа. Согласно средневековому жизнеописанию «он порицал зло этого мира и неверность клириков». Из 70 произведений Карденаля 3 кансоны — пародии, высмеивающие куртуазные обычаи.
  • ペイレ・カルデナル(Peire Cardenal, 1180年頃 - 1278年)はプロヴァンスのトルバドゥール。諷刺詩と聖職者嫌いで有名。ピュイ=アン・ヴレーの貴族階級の出身。教会法を独学する。100点の詩作品で有名。
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