Definition of Apanage. Meaning of Apanage. Synonyms of Apanage

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Definition of Apanage

Apanage
Apanage Ap"an*age, n. Same as Appanage.

Meaning of Apanage from wikipedia

- An appanage, or apanage (/ˈæpənɪdʒ/; French: apanage [a.pa.naʒ]), is the grant of an estate, title, office or other thing of value to a younger child of...
- maison d'Orléans) comprised two distinct parts : the apanage and the "biens patrimoniaux". The apanage of Orléans was originally formed by Louis XIII for...
- Originally, the Duchy of Chartres (duché de Chartres) was the comté de Chartres, a County. The title of comte de Chartres thus became duc de Chartres....
- Ernestine branch of the House of Wettin. He received Saxe-Gotha as an apanage, but left its administration to his eldest brother. John Frederick was...
- Normandy, but only occasionally granted to a duke of the royal house as an apanage. Despite the 13th century loss of mainland Normandy, in the Channel Islands...
- Capet duke. John then p****ed the duchy to his youngest son Philip as an apanage. In 1477, the territory of the Duchy of Burgundy was annexed by France...
- never actually possessed that Duchy. In 1710, he was invested with his apanage, consisting in the duchies of Alençon, of Angoulême, county of Ponthieu...
- most of his life as a junior member of the ducal family. His original apanage was the district of Bresse, close to the French and Burgundian border,...
- second and younger son received more possessions and prestige than the apanage which was usual in prin****lities practising primogeniture. It avoided...
- France, The Rebel Queen. Amberley Publishing. Wood, Charles T. (1966). The French Apanages and the Capetian Monarchy: 1224-1328. Harvard University Press....