He is accompanied by his wife Alyx of Montmorency, who only recently joined her husband in Languedoc.
This was particularly the case in Normandy, in Languedoc, and on the banks of the Rhône.
In 1380 he was sent into Languedoc to suppress disturbances and brigandage, provoked by the harsh government of the duke of Anjou.
Letters from Provence, Languedoc, and Dauphine say that the situation there is unaltered.
They came from all parts of France, but chiefly from Languedoc.
I had been motoring in a listless, solitary fashion about Languedoc.
He belonged to a noble Protestant family of Languedoc which had been reduced to poverty by the revocation of the edict of Nantes.
In the first place, the Protestants of Languedoc were a quarter of a million in number.
She slept that night in a town on the skirts of Languedoc, and, on the following morning, entered Gascony.
Since the age of fourteen, in fact, he had evangelized Languedoc.
"language of medieval France south of the Loire," 1660s, from French langue d'oc "speech of the south of France," literally "the language of 'yes,' " from oc the word used for "yes" in southern France, from Latin hoc "this;" as opposed to langue d'oïl, from the way of saying "yes" in the north of France (Modern French oui); each from a different word in Latin phrase hoc ille (fecit) "this he (did)." The langue d'oïl has developed into standard Modern French.