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- gau or pagus, often referred to using Latin, Pagus Lomacensis, or German Lommegau, was an early Austrasian Frankish territorial division. The oldest Latin...
- Robrecht I of Namur (d. before 981), became count of the Lommegau in 946. His origins are unknown. Robrecht positioned himself independently against the...
- Rorice († 976), Bishop of Laon Alpais, who married Erlebold, count of Lommegau. His nickname 'simplex' or the simple is misleading. The Latin 'Simplex'...
- Berengarius of Namur (born circa 875 - 946) was mentioned in 908 as count of the Lommegau, that would afterwards become the county of Namur. The origins of Berengar...
- is a family of the Lotharingian nobility, coming from Berenger count of Lommegau. He later became count of Namur, when the county of Lammegau was renamed...
- of Namur (Latin: in pago Namurcensis) was first listed as part of the Lommegau (pagus or comitatus Lommensis) in the year 832 in a do****ent by Emperor...
- Robert of Namur may refer to: Robert of Namur (died 981), count of the Lommegau Robert of Namur (1323–1391), a noble from the Low Countries close to King...
- Namur County 1194: Margaviate Burg n/a 998: Gaugrave ("gau count") in Lommegau invested with title Namur 1067: Partitioned into itself and Durbuy 1099:...
- Hasbanito habitum" (Diplomata Belgica do****ent 3913). For Grand-Leez in the Lommegau see for example Roland, p. 47 (Diplomata Belgica do****ent 3789. Nonn p...
- Liemers: between the Nederrijn and Oude IJssel rivers, east of Arnhem Lommegau or Lommatschgau: on the left bank of the Meuse, along the lower Sambre...