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Dia, comtessa de, active 12th century-13th century


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    • Beatrice, contessa de Dia, active 12th century-13th century
    • Beatrice, contessa de Die, active 12th century-13th century
    • Beatrice de Dia, contessa, active 12th century-13th century
    • Beatrice de Die, contessa, active 12th century-13th century
    • Béatrix, comtesse de Die, active 12th century-13th century
    • Beatriz, comtessa de Dia, active 12th century-13th century
    • Beatriz de Dia, comtessa, active 12th century-13th century
    • Dia, comtessa de, 12th/13th cent.
    • Dia, condesa de, active 12th century-13th century
    • Dia, contessa de, active 12th century-13th century
    • Die, comtesse de, 12th cent.
    • Die, comtesse de, active 12th century-13th century
    • Die, Countess of, active 12th century-13th century
    • Dio, coumtesso de, active 12th century-13th century
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    • Earlier Established Forms

      • Dia, comtessa de, 12th/13th cent.
      • Die, comtesse de, 12th cent.
    • Sources

      • found: Sinfonye (Musical group). Bella donna [SR] p1988:container (la comtesse de Die, late 12th cent.?) insert, p. 5 (probably from Die, northeast of Montelimar; descended from seigneurial families of the Viennois and Burgundy; married to the Comte de Die)
      • found: LC in RLIN, 10-11-90(hdg.: Die, comtesse de, 12th cent.; usage: coumtesso de Dio)
      • found: Dict. des lettres françaises. Le moyen âge(Comtessa de Dia; in text: comtesse de Die; has been identified with several 12th-13th cent. noblewomen, but identity still uncertain)
      • found: Dict. of the Middle Ages(Comtessa de Dia, Provençal trobairitz [female troubadour], next to nothing known about her identity; seems to have lived and composed in the late twelfth or early thirteenth century, near the small town of Die in the Drôme valley of southern France)
      • found: Cansós de trobairitz [SR] p1978:container (Condesa de Dia, um 1200)
      • found: New Grove(Beatriz de Dia, "comtessa de dia")
      • found: Intl. enc. of women composers, 2nd ed.(Beatrice De Dia (Die), Contessa)
      • found: LC data base, 10-25-93(hdg.: Béatrix, comtesse de Die, 12th century)
      • notfound: Grand Robert;Oxford comp. to French lit.;Dict. des littératures de langue français.
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      • 1990-10-18: new
      • 2013-03-13: revised
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