Troubadours

Troubadours, a class of poets who flourished in Provence, Eastern Spain, and Northern Italy from the 11th to the 13th century, whose songs in the Langue d'Oc were devoted to subjects lyrical and amatory, and who not infrequently were men of noble birth and bore arms as knights, and as such were distinguished from the Jongleurs, who were mere strolling minstrels.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Trossachs * Trouvères
Trochu, Louis Jules
Trollope, Anthony
Tromp, Cornelius
Tromp, Martin Harpertzoon
Tromsö
Trondhjem
Trophonius
Tropics
Troppau
Trossachs
Troubadours
Trouvères
Trowbridge
Troy
Troy
Troyes
Truck-system
Trumbull, Jonathan
Trunnion, Commodore Hawser
Truro
Tuam

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Troubadours in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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St. Palaye, John Baptist De La Curne De