Carte REGION Auvergne, Limousin 2012 PDF

Jump to navigation Jump to search For the current administrative region of France, see Occitanie. Map of Occitania carte REGION Auvergne, Limousin 2012 PDF Occitan language, with the main cities. Occitania in a text printed in 1644. Occitania in a text printed in 1647.


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Based on a geolinguistic definition, Occitania coincides with the current area of Occitan language. Occitania was first defined in relation to its civilization, even before its language. The name Occitanie appeared in the Middle Ages on the basis of a geographical, linguistic and cultural concept, to designate the part of the French royal domain speaking the langue d’oc. If the preceding notions are generally limited to the modern linguistic boundaries of Occitan, this term can also be used to designate a larger territory. The term « Occitania » becomes commonplace more and more in the vocabulary of scientists. In 2016, the name Occitanie is used for the French administrative region Languedoc-Roussillon-Midi-Pyrénées which is located on part of the traditional Occitania and includes the Roussillon.

Occitania comes from the medieval Latin Occitania. The first part of the name, Occ-, comes from Occitan òc and the expression langue d’oc, in Italian lingua d’oc. The first attestation of the use of Occitanie in French dates from 1556. The first certificate of Occitania in Italy date 1549. All of the Occitan language country have had various designations throughout history.

Alongside the rapprochement to the Occitan language retained today for the words Languedoc and Occitania. Testament of Lancelot of Orgemont, 1286. Pars occitana in a book printed in Latin in 1530. Like the Occitan language, Occitania has been designated under various successive names.

The terms are not exclusive: one can, at the same time, find authors who use different terms. Occitania or Pays d’Oc are the most frequently used terms today. Kingdom of Aquitaine: in 781, Charlemagne creates a new kingdom of Aquitaine and names his son Louis the Pious to his head. Great Provence according to Palestra, Centenary of the Catalan Renaixença. Kingdom of France from the 14th century.

Provinces of the Union or United Provinces of the South: in February 1573 the huguenots and the moderate Catholics create a federal republic where each province enjoys a great autonomy vis-a-vis the central power. Gascony after the Ordinance of Villers-Cotterêts, « the general name of Gascony or Gascons is used to refer to the countries and peoples to the left side of the Loire where still speaks the old Provençal ». 1927, Estieu and Salvat founded the College of Occitania. Midi: is a vague geographical notion indicating in a rather imprecise way the regions of Occitan dialects of the Southern France.

Southern France: is another vague geographical name indicating in a rather imprecise way the regions of Occitan dialects of the Southern France. Pays d’Oc: appeared in the 19th century under the impetus of Frederic Mistral, taken over by Antonin Perbòsc four years later. Estate of Oc: neologism appeared at the end of the 20th century among supporters of several Occitan languages. The term « Occitania » now covers a linguistic region.