1276 in poetry

1276 in poetry

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*26 August — Matieu de Caersi composed a "planh" ("Tant suy marritz que no.m puese alegrar") on the death of James I of Aragon and so did Cerverí de Girona ("Si per tristor, per dol no per cossir")
*Guiraut Riquier composes the pastorela "D'Astarac venia".


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