Raimon De Cornet
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Naissance : 1324
Biographie de RAIMON DE CORNET :
Raimon de Cornet ( Occitan pronunciation: [raj?mun de kur?net], also spelled Ramon de Cornet ) ( fl. 1324?1340) was a fourteenth-century Toulousain priest, friar, grammarian, poet, and troubadour . He was a prolific author of verse more than forty of his poems survive, most in Occitan but two in Latin . He also wrote letters, a didactic poem (sometimes classed as the last ensenhamen ), a grammar, and some treatises on computation (i.e. practical mathematics ). He was the 'last of the troubadours' and represented l'esprit le plus brillant (the most brilliant spirit) of the 'Toulousain School'. He appears in contemporary documents with the titles En (sir, also mossen ) and Frare (brother, also fray, frai, or frayre ).
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