Saturday, 19 March 2016

Bur-le-Roi, Near Bayeaux

References

Bur,   s . m.   Habitation;   de l'islandais   Bud   ou   du   latin Burgus .   Il  y   avait   à   Noron,   près  de   Bayeux, une   ferme,   appartenante   aux rois   de   la   première   race   qui s 'appelait  Bur-le-roi.

Bur-le-roi
David Bates (2012). Anglo-Norman Studies XXXIV: Proceedings of the Battle Conference 2011. Boydell Press. pp. 30–. ISBN 978-1-84383-735-0.



Noron Cassini Map 94 1760
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Cassini Map http://bit.ly/1pX8064



Château du Bur, à Noron-la-Poterie
Possession des Ducs de Normandie, XIIe siècle
G_oportail_NORON_LA_POTERIE

Revue de la Normandie pp. 254-60
Essai Historique sur le Chateau de Bur pres Bayeaux par M. le vicomte H. de Toustain


BAYEUX. Carte particuliere du Diocese de Bayeux, par Petite, 1675.
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Carte particuliere du Diocese de Bayeux, par Petite, 1675.

Quand les rois d’Angleterre fêtaient Noël dans le Calvados Histoire Normande - 1100 ans d'histoire de la Normandie

Castle Bures-le-Roy.
This castle is a mystery: it was long considered to be a royal residence which had disappeared from our landscape forgotten. We didn't even know where it stood, which attracted many insatiable researchers. Some of them were deceived by the resemblance between the names Bur-le-Roy and Balleroy, but had to admit that the trail ended there. Around 1830, some regional historians resumed researches, and proposed some interesting hypotheses. Reading the old medieval charters this persuaded them to search the countryside around Noron-la-Poterie and that's where they found a few meagre remains of a castle built at around the same time as that of Bayeux, which has also disappeared. Ideally located in the woods, near a stream, Castle Bur was undoubtedly an important royal palace. At Christmas like at Easter Henry II liked to hunt and party. One chronicler said that the king summoned a large assembly setting up a table for 110 knights in a single room or chamber!

Mémoires de la Société des antiquaires de Normandie. Société des antiquaires de Normandie. 1825. pp. 80–.

Caumont Arcisse de (1835). Cours d'antiquites monumentales ... Histoire de l'art dans l'ouest de la France depuis les temps d plus recules jusqu'au XVII siecle. - Paris, Lance 1830-1841. Bures, près de Bayeaux: Lance. pp. 244–.

http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k114693m/f255.item.r=pluquet%20bur-le-roi.zoom

J. Bidot (1860). Histoire de Balleroy et des environs. Elie fils. pp. 95–.

Mathieu Arnoux (2010). La Normandie dans l'économie européenne (XIIe-XVIIe siècle): colloque de Cerisy-la-Salle (4-8 octobre 2006). Publications du CRAHM. pp. 96–. ISBN 978-2-902685-69-1.

Joseph-Marc Bailbé (1980). Le Paysage normand dans la littérature et dans l'art. Publication Univ Rouen Havre. pp. 18–. ISBN 978-2-87775-635-8.

Eyton  https://archive.org/details/courthouseholda00eytogoog

https://archive.org/stream/cu31924083944029#page/n145/mode/1up

https://archive.org/stream/cu31924083944029#page/n169/mode/1up

Mémoires de la Société des antiquaires de Normandie. Société des antiquaires de Normandie. 1825. pp. 73–.

Thomas Stapleton; Society of Antiquaries of London (1840). Magni rotuli Scaccarii Normanniae sub regibus Angliae: contains "the Roll of 1180, the fragment of the Roll of 1184 (being all that is extant of the reign of Henry II.) and the earlier Roll of Richard I." (1195). sumptibus Soc. antiq. londiniensis. pp. 191–.

Thomas Stapleton; Society of Antiquaries of London (1840). Magni rotuli Scaccarii Normanniae sub regibus Angliae: contains "the Roll of 1180, the fragment of the Roll of 1184 (being all that is extant of the reign of Henry II.) and the earlier Roll of Richard I." (1195). sumptibus Soc. antiq. londiniensis. pp. 61–.

Joseph-Marc Bailbé (1980). Le Paysage normand dans la littérature et dans l'art. Publication Univ Rouen Havre. pp. 17–. ISBN 978-2-87775-635-8

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