List of troubadours and trobairitz

List of troubadours and trobairitz

This is a geographical list of troubadours and trobairitz. It comprises medieval figures who are known to have written lyric verse in the Occitan language. The "troubadours" of Galician-Portuguese are listed elsewhere.

Auvergne

*Austorc d'Aorlhac
*Austorc de Segret
*Castelloza
*Dalfi d'Alvernha
*Garin d'Apchier
*Garin lo Brun
*Gauseran de Saint Leidier
*Gavaudan
*Guilhem de Saint-Leidier, possibly from Gascony
*Guillem Ademar
*Johanet d'Albusson, possibly from Limousin
*Monge de Montaudon
*Peire d'Alvernha
*Peire Cardenal
*Peire de Maensac
*Peire Rogier
*Peirol
*Perdigon
*Pons de Capduelh

Aragon

*Pere de Montsó
*Thomas Periz de Fozes

Catalonia and Valencia

*Alfonso II of Aragon
*Amanieu de Sescars, possibly from Gascony
*Andreu Febrer
*El Bord del rei d'Aragó
*Cerverí de Girona
*Frederick II of Sicily
*Gilabert de Próixita
*Guerau III of Cabrera
*Guillem de Berguedà
*Guillem de Masdovelles
*Guillem Ramon de Gironella
*Guillem de Ribes
*Huguet de Mataplana
*Jacme Rovira
*James II of Aragon
*Johan Blanch
*Jofre de Foixà
*Lorenç Mallol
*Olivier lo Templier
*Ot de Montcada
*Peironet
*Pere Galceran
*Pere Salvatge
*Peter III of Aragon
*Ponç de la Guàrdia
*Ponç Hug IV of Empúries
*Raimon Vidal de Bezaudun
*Tremoleta

Dauphiné

*Beatritz de Dia
*Bieiris de Romans
*Dalfinet
*Engenim d'Urre de Valentinès
*Folquet de Romans
*Guillem Augier Novella
*Guillem Magret
*Peire Bremon lo Tort

Gascony and the Bordelais

*Aimeric de Belenoi
*Alegret
*Arnaut de Comminges
*Arnaut Guilhem de Marsan
*Arnaut de Tintinhac
*Audric del Vilar
*Bernart Arnaut d'Armagnac
*Bernart de Panassac
*Cercamon
*Gausbert Amiel
*Grimoart Gausmar
*Guiraut de Calanso
*Jordan IV of L'Isle-Jourdain
*Marcabru
*Marcoat
*Peire de Corbiac
*Peire de Ladils
*Peire de Valeira
*Uc Catola

Languedoc

*Alaisina
*Albertet Cailla
*Ademar lo Negre
*Arnaut Vidal de Castelnou d'Ari
*Azalais d'Altier
*Azalais de Porcairagues
*Bernart Alanhan de Narbona
*Bernart d'Auriac
*Bernart de la Barta
*Bernart Marti
*Bernart de Rovenac
*Bernart Sicart de Maruèjols
*Carenza
*Clara d'Anduza
*Codolen
*Folquet de Lunel
*Gaudairença
*Giraut del Luc
*Guilhem d'Autpol
*Guilhem Fabre
*Guilhem de Montanhagol
*Guillem de Balaun
*Gormonda de Monpeslier
*Johan Esteve de Bezers
*Joan Miralhas
*Matfre Ermengau
*Miquel de Castillon
*Peire Duran de Limoux
*Peire Ermengau
*Peire Fabre d'Uzès
*Peire Pelet
*Peire del Vilar
*Raimon Gaucelm de Bezers
*Raimon de Miravalh
*Uc de Lescura
*Yselda

Limousin

*Bernart de Ventadorn
*Bertran de Born
*Bertran de Born lo Filhs
*Eble II of Ventadorn
*Eble d'Ussel
*Elias d'Ussel
*Gaucelm Faidit
*Gausbert de Puicibot
*Gui d'Ussel
*Guiraut Riquier
*Guiraut de Bornelh
*Jordan de Born
*Maria de Ventadorn
*Peire Espanhol
*Peire d'Ussel
*Uc de la Bacalaria

Italy

*Alberico da Romano
*Albert Malaspina
*Calega Panzan
*Cossezen
*Bertolome Zorzi
*Bonifaci Calvo
*Dante da Maiano
*Ferrarino Trogni da Ferrara
*Girard Cavalaz
*Jacme Grils
*Lanfranc Cigala
*Luca Grimaldi
*Luchetz Gateluz
*Manfred I Lancia
*Nicoletto da Torino
*Oberto II of Biandrate
*Obs de Biguli
*Paolo Lanfranchi da Pistoja
*Paves
*Peire de la Caravana
*Peire de la Mula
*Peire Guilhem de Luserna
*Perceval Doria
*Rambertino Buvalelli
*Rubaut, probably from elsewhere
*Scotto
*Simon Doria
*Sordello
*Terramagnino da Pisa
*Thomas II of Piedmont

Majorca

*Berenguer d'Anoia

Périgord

*Aimeric de Sarlat
*Arnaut Daniel
*Arnaut de Mareuil
*Elias de Barjols
*Elias Cairel
*Elias Fonsalada
*Guillem de la Tor
*Peire de Bussignac
*Sail d'Escola
*Uc de Pena
*Ysabella, possibly from Greece, Lombardy, or Palestine

Poitou

*Bertran de Preissac
*Savaric de Malleo
*William IX of Aquitaine

Provence and Forcalquier

*Alamanda de Castelnau
*Albertet de Sestaro
*Almucs de Castelnau
*Arnaut Bernart de Tarascon
*Arnaut Plagues
*Bertran d'Alamanon
*Bertran Carbonel
*Bertran Folcon d'Avinhon
*Bertran del Pojet
*Blacasset
*Blacatz
*Bonifaci de Castellana
*Cadenet
*Felip de Valenza
*Folquet de Marselha
*Garsenda de Proença
*Guilhelma de Rosers
*Guilhem de l'Olivier
*Guillem del Baus
*Guillem Raimon
*Guillem Rainol d'At
*Gui de Cavaillo
*Iseut de Capio
*Iznart d'Entrevenas
*Jaufre Reforzat de Trets
*Jordan de l'Isla de Venessi
*Palaizi
*Paulet de Marselha
*Peire Bremon Ricas Novas
*Peire de Castelnou
*Pistoleta
*Pons de Monlaur
*Raimbaut de Vaqueiras
*Raimbaut d'Aurenga
*Raimon d'Avinhon
*Raimon Guillem
*Raimon de las Salas
*Raimon de Tors de Marseilha
*Ricau de Tarascon
*Rostaing Berenguier
*Rostanh de Merguas
*Tibors de Sarenom, possibly from Roussillon
*Tomier

Rouergue and Quercy

*Ademar Jordan
*Berengier Trobel
*Bernart de Venzac
*Bertran de Gourdon
*Bertran de Paris
*Daude de Pradas
*Giraut de Salignac
*Guilhem de Mur
*Guilhem Peire Cazals de Caortz
*Henry I of Rodez
*Henry II of Rodez
*Matieu de Caersi
*Raimon Jordan
*Raimon de Durfort
*Turc Malec
*Uc Brunet
*Uc de Saint Circ

Roussillon

*Berenguer de Palou
*Formit de Perpinyà
*Guillem de Cabestany
*Joan de Castellnou
*Ponç d'Ortafà
*Ramon de Rosselló

aintonge

*Jaufre de Pons
*Jaufre Rudel
*Jordan Bonel de Confolens
*Rainaut de Pons
*Rigaut de Berbezilh

Toulousain and Foix

*Aimeric de Peguilhan
*Arnaut Catalan
*Arnaut Vidal
*At de Mons
*Aycart del Fossat
*Guilhem Anelier de Tolosa
*Guilhem Figueira
*Guiraudo lo Ros
*Guiraut de Tholoza, possibly from Spain
*Joyos de Tolosa
*Lombarda
*Peire Guillem de Tolosa
*Peire Lunel de Montech
*Peire Raimon de Tolosa
*Peire de Rius
*Peire Vidal
*Pons Santolh
*Raimon de Cornet
*Raimon Escrivan
*Raymond VI of Toulouse
*Roger-Bernard III of Foix

Uncertain

*Dante Alighieri, from Tuscany, but only wrote troubadour verse within the "Divine Comedy"
*Englés, wrote in Navarre (possible birthplace), (nick)name means "English"
*Isarn, probably from Languedoc
*Isarn Marques, wrote to the King of Castile
*Isarn Rizol, completely unknown
*Ricaut Bonomel, wrote in the Holy Land but probably not born there
*Richard I of England, from England, but his troubadour status is doubtful


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