Roman d'Enéas

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Le Roman d'Enéas is a romance of Medieval French literature, dating to ca.wikipedia
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Medieval French literature

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Le Roman d'Enéas is a romance of Medieval French literature, dating to ca.

Aeneas

aeneusÆneasEnea
Its subject matter is the tale of Aeneas, based on Virgil's Aeneid.
The 12th-century French Roman d'Enéas addresses Aeneas's sexuality.

Le Fresne (lai)

Le FresneLay le FreineLai de Frêne
In the Roman, it is a ring that Enéas recognizes, a motif that Michelle Freeman sees repeated in Marie de France's "Le Fresne".
The ring which identifies Le Fresne as a particular person of high birth is a motif that, according to Michelle Freeman, Marie may have gotten from the Roman d'Enéas, the twelfth-century version of the Aeneas legend that Marie was very familiar with.

Heinrich von Veldeke

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The Roman d'Enéas is the basis for the Limburgish romance Eneas by Heinrich von Veldeke.
Veldeke's most sizeable work is the Eneas Romance, which he based on the Old French Roman d'Enéas, that, in its turn, was inspired by Virgil’s Aeneid.

Matter of Rome

Matter of TroyMatter of Troy and of Romeof Rome
Another example of French medieval poetry in this genre is the Eneas, a treatment of the Aeneid that comes across as being a sort of burlesque of Virgil's poem.

Chivalric romance

romanceromancescourtly romance
Le Roman d'Enéas is a romance of Medieval French literature, dating to ca.

Virgil

VergilPublius Vergilius MaroVirgilian
Its subject matter is the tale of Aeneas, based on Virgil's Aeneid.

Aeneid

The AeneidÆneidAEneis
Its subject matter is the tale of Aeneas, based on Virgil's Aeneid.

Romance of Thebes

Roman de ThèbesLe Roman de ThèbesRoman de Thebes
It is one of the three important Romans d'Antiquité ("Romances of Antiquity") of this period; the other two are the Roman de Thèbes (anonymous) and the Roman de Troie of Benoît de Sainte-Maure.

Roman de Troie

Le Roman de Troiewar of TroyLegend of Troy
It is one of the three important Romans d'Antiquité ("Romances of Antiquity") of this period; the other two are the Roman de Thèbes (anonymous) and the Roman de Troie of Benoît de Sainte-Maure.

Benoît de Sainte-Maure

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It is one of the three important Romans d'Antiquité ("Romances of Antiquity") of this period; the other two are the Roman de Thèbes (anonymous) and the Roman de Troie of Benoît de Sainte-Maure.

Lavinia

Lavine
The French author, writing "an idiosyncratic adaptation of Virgil's classic", is particularly interested in the hero's romantic relationships, both with Dido and with the princess Lavine, who becomes the central character of the later part of the romance.

Ovid

Publius Ovidius NasoOvidianOvidius
The vivid woman characters of this romance discuss with each other and with themselves the meaning of love in a light but touching way that was new in vernacular literature, and modeled on Ovid rather than on Virgil.

Chrétien de Troyes

Chretien de TroyesArthus de BretagneChrestien
At about this time—or a little later—other authors, such as Chrétien de Troyes and Thomas of Britain, were also learning to pause their narratives to allow their characters to consider the nature and power of love.

Thomas of Britain

ThomasThomas d'AngleterreThomas of England
At about this time—or a little later—other authors, such as Chrétien de Troyes and Thomas of Britain, were also learning to pause their narratives to allow their characters to consider the nature and power of love.

Marie de France

Marie of FranceLay of the Thorn (Le lai de l'espine)Mary, an Anglo-Norman Poetess
In the Roman, it is a ring that Enéas recognizes, a motif that Michelle Freeman sees repeated in Marie de France's "Le Fresne". Elements and motifs from the Roman are found throughout Marie de France's lais, including "Le Fresne" and "Guigemar".

Limburgish

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The Roman d'Enéas is the basis for the Limburgish romance Eneas by Heinrich von Veldeke.

Guigemar

Elements and motifs from the Roman are found throughout Marie de France's lais, including "Le Fresne" and "Guigemar".

Medieval technology

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Magnets were first referenced in the Roman d'Enéas, composed between 1155 and 1160.

Folie Tristan d'Oxford

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There is also evidence of his having known the romances of Troie, Enéas and Thèbes.