Genevieve of Brabant

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Genevieve (also Genoveva or Genovefa) of Brabant is a heroine of medieval legend.wikipedia
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Geneviève de Brabant

Genevieve de BrabantGendarmes' DuetThe Gendarmes' Duet
The plot is based on the medieval legend of Genevieve of Brabant.

Sir Aldingar

The Scottish ballad of Sir Aldingar is a version of the same story.
It was retold in the Spanish romance Olivia, the chanson de geste Doon l'Alemanz, as part of the English romance Sir Triamour, and in the legend of Genevieve of Brabant.

Genoveva

Robert Schumann: Genoveva (opera, Op. 81)
Genoveva is based on the story of Genevieve of Brabant, a medieval legend set in the 8th century that is reputedly based on the 13th century life of Marie of Brabant, wife of Louis II, Duke of Bavaria.

Maler Müller

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German poet Maler Müller's tale Golo und Genoveva is also an adaptation of Genevieve of Brabant's tale.
A lyric drama of the same year, Niobe (1778), attracted little attention, but Faust's Leben dramatisiert (Faust's Life Dramatized) (1778) appealed to the turbulent spirit of the time, and Golo und Genoveva (begun in 1776, but not published until 1801) was an excellent imitation of Goethe's Götz von Berlichingen.

The Mistress of Treves (film)

The Mistress of TrevesLa Leggenda di Genoveffa
It is based on the legend of Genevieve of Brabant and is set during the time of the Crusades.

Genova (1953 film)

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It was itself a modern adaptation of the 18th century Johann Ernst Hanxleden's Janova Parvam, a Malayalam rendering of the popular Christian tale Genevieve of Brabant.

Duchy of Brabant

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Genovefa of Brabant was said to be the wife of the palatine Siegfried of Treves, and was falsely accused by the majordomo Golo.

Palatine

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Genovefa of Brabant was said to be the wife of the palatine Siegfried of Treves, and was falsely accused by the majordomo Golo.

Trier

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Genovefa of Brabant was said to be the wife of the palatine Siegfried of Treves, and was falsely accused by the majordomo Golo.

Majordomo

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Genovefa of Brabant was said to be the wife of the palatine Siegfried of Treves, and was falsely accused by the majordomo Golo.

Ardennes

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Sentenced to death, she was spared by the executioner and lived for six years with her son in a cave in the Ardennes nourished by a roe.

Roe deer

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Sentenced to death, she was spared by the executioner and lived for six years with her son in a cave in the Ardennes nourished by a roe.

Maria of Brabant, Duchess of Bavaria

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Her story is said to rest on the history of Marie of Brabant, wife of Louis II, Duke of Bavaria and Count Palatine of the Rhine.

Louis II, Duke of Bavaria

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Her story is said to rest on the history of Marie of Brabant, wife of Louis II, Duke of Bavaria and Count Palatine of the Rhine.

Count palatine

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Her story is said to rest on the history of Marie of Brabant, wife of Louis II, Duke of Bavaria and Count Palatine of the Rhine.

Electoral Palatinate

Electorate of the PalatinatePalatinateCounty Palatine of Lotharingia
Her story is said to rest on the history of Marie of Brabant, wife of Louis II, Duke of Bavaria and Count Palatine of the Rhine.

Genevieve

Saint GenevieveSt. GenevieveGeneviève
The change in name from Marie to Genevieve may be traced back to a cult of St Genevieve, patroness of Paris.

Paris

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The change in name from Marie to Genevieve may be traced back to a cult of St Genevieve, patroness of Paris.

Society of Jesus

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1638) by the Jesuit René de Cerisiers (1603–1662), and was a frequent subject for dramatic representation in Germany.

René de Ceriziers

René de Cerisiers
1638) by the Jesuit René de Cerisiers (1603–1662), and was a frequent subject for dramatic representation in Germany.

Duchy of Brunswick

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These deal with the history of Gunild, the wife of Henry Duke of Brunswick and Schleswig.

Duke of Schleswig

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These deal with the history of Gunild, the wife of Henry Duke of Brunswick and Schleswig.

Champion

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Gunild is cleared by the victory of her champion Memering, the smallest of Christian men.

Cnut the Great

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The heroine Gunhilda is said to have been the daughter of Canute the Great and Emma.

Emma of Normandy

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The heroine Gunhilda is said to have been the daughter of Canute the Great and Emma.