Amalric


Amalric
Provenance. Prénom dérivé de Maur. Vient du latin "maurus" Signifie : d'origine maure" Se fête le 15 janvier
Histoire. Saint Maur, dont Amalric set dérivé, est issu d'une illustre famille romaine. Né en 512, son éducation est confiée à Benoît (futur St Benoît). Fidèle disciple de son maître, Maur fonde avec ce dernier l'ordre des moines bénédictins. Plus tard, Saint Maur vient en Gaulle et met en place de nombreuses abbayes. Il meurt le 15 janvier 584.
Caractère. Ce sont des êtres exigeants, autoritaires, qui aiment imposer leurs vues. Posés, équilibrés, rassurants, ils sont ambitieux, volontaires et vont jusqu'au bout de ce qu'ils entreprennent. Intelligents, d'esprit critique, souvent brillants, ils privilégient la réussite professionnelle avant toute chose. Vifs, rapides, ils manquent souvent de patience.

Dictionnaire des prénoms français, arabes et bretons. 2013.

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  • Amalric I — born 1136 died July 11, 1174 King of Jerusalem (1163–74). Amalric was a strong ruler who helped break the unity of Muslims surrounding the Holy Land. He passed a law giving vassals the right to appeal to the High Court against unjust treatment by …   Universalium

  • Amalric II — born с 1155 died April 1, 1205 King of Cyprus (1194–1205) and of Jerusalem (1197–1205). Amalric inherited the kingdom of Cyprus on the death of his brother, Guy of Lusignan, and formed a close alliance with the ruler of Palestine. He also became… …   Universalium

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  • Amalric I —    King of Jerusalem (q.v.) from 1163 1174 whose foreign policy was dominated by the Crusader assault on Egypt (q.v.). To this end, his alliance with Manuel I (q.v.) was essential. Despite the assistance of a Byzantine fleet in 1169 he attacked… …   Historical dictionary of Byzantium

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