Au Moyen Âge, on appelait Brabançons des bandes de troupes mercenaires qui, une fois licenciées, devenaient des brigands qui parcouraient la France en y commettant les plus affreux désordres. On les appelait encore Routiers, Écorcheurs et Coterelli (d'où cotteraux).

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  • Au Moyen Âge, on appelait Brabançons des bandes de troupes mercenaires qui, une fois licenciées, devenaient des brigands qui parcouraient la France en y commettant les plus affreux désordres. On les appelait encore Routiers, Écorcheurs et Coterelli (d'où cotteraux).
  • Routiers were mercenary soldiers of the Middle Ages. Their particular distinction from other paid soldiers of the time was that they were organised into bands or routes. The term is first used in the 12th century but is particularly associated with free companies who terrorised the French countryside during the Hundred Years' War.
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  • Au Moyen Âge, on appelait Brabançons des bandes de troupes mercenaires qui, une fois licenciées, devenaient des brigands qui parcouraient la France en y commettant les plus affreux désordres. On les appelait encore Routiers, Écorcheurs et Coterelli (d'où cotteraux).
  • Routiers were mercenary soldiers of the Middle Ages. Their particular distinction from other paid soldiers of the time was that they were organised into bands or routes. The term is first used in the 12th century but is particularly associated with free companies who terrorised the French countryside during the Hundred Years' War.
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  • Routiers
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