Why should the Pope desire the election of an emperor save for the purpose of weakening the Angevin power?
They rode in silence toward the advancing Angevin army of Count Charles.
It was only abuse of their too-great powers that ruined the early Angevin kings.
In this respect Charles Peace reminds us irresistibly of our Angevin kings.
In course of time the Angevin gentlemen had returned to Paris, although not with much confidence.
He had never heard of the Angevin who helped any Angevin but himself.
This tax was called the scutage, and amounted to three pounds English, or forty Angevin shillings, for each knight's fee.
It is only in their own capital indeed that we fully understand our Angevin Kings, that we fully realize that they were Angevins.
When he next turned with a calm, true face to Jehane there was not a shred of the Angevin in him; all was burnt away.
They have a special interest in Angevin history, for they were the last legacy of the Counts to their capital.
1650s, "pertaining to the French province of Anjou," from French Angevin, from Medieval Latin Andegavinus, from Andegavum "Angers," city in France, capital of Anjou (Latin Andegavia, from Andecavi, Roman name of the Gaulish people who lived here, of unknown origin). In English history, of the Plantagenet kings (beginning with Henry II) who were descended from Geoffrey, count of Anjou, and Matilda, daughter of Henry I.