Guiot de Provins, né à Provins vers 1150, visita en récitant ses vers les principales villes de l'Europe, alla en pèlerinage à Jérusalem, et finit par se faire religieux à Cluny. Il composa dans sa retraite, vers 1204, sous le titre de Bible, un poème satirique où il critique les vices des hommes de tous états, depuis les princes jusqu'aux plus petits.

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  • Guiot de Provins, né à Provins vers 1150, visita en récitant ses vers les principales villes de l'Europe, alla en pèlerinage à Jérusalem, et finit par se faire religieux à Cluny. Il composa dans sa retraite, vers 1204, sous le titre de Bible, un poème satirique où il critique les vices des hommes de tous états, depuis les princes jusqu'aux plus petits. Ce poème, qui se compose de 2700 vers est un des plus anciens livres où il est parlé de la boussole : elle y est désignée sous le nom de Marinette.Portail du Moyen Âge central Portail du Moyen Âge central Portail de la poésie Portail de la poésie
  • Guiot de Provins (died after 1208) was a French poet and trouvère from the town of Provins in the Champagne area. A declining number of scholars identify him with Kyot the Provençal, the alleged writer of the source material used by Wolfram von Eschenbach for his romance Parzival, but most others consider such a source to be a literary device made up by Wolfram. At any rate, Guiot was a popular writer in his day.As a trouvère (the Northern French langue d'oïl version of troubadour), Guiot probably wrote dozens of songs, though only six survive, all from around 1180. He traveled widely, visiting Germany, Greece, Constantinople, and Jerusalem, and may have participated in the Third and perhaps Fourth Crusades. Guiot eventually joined a cloister as a Cluniac monk. He wrote two satirical works concerning morality, the more famous of which is La Bible Guiot ("Bible" here does not refer to the Holy Bible, but is a medieval French title meaning "satire"), which includes an early reference to the magnetic compass.As to Guiot's connection with Kyot the Provençal, most scholars believe Wolfram was not being truthful (or even serious) in his account of a source for Parzival outside of Chrétien de Troyes's Perceval, the Story of the Grail. If this is so, then even had Wolfram intended for his character to be identified with the historical Guiot de Provins, he was attaching to him fictitious information. Conflated with Wolfram's Kyot, the poet appears as a companion of the title character in Umberto Eco's novel Baudolino, where he argues over the nature of the Holy Grail with Robert de Boron.
  • Guiot de Provins (... – dopo il 1208) è stato un poeta e troviero francese originario della cittadina di Provins, nella regione dello Champagne.
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  • Guiot de Provins, né à Provins vers 1150, visita en récitant ses vers les principales villes de l'Europe, alla en pèlerinage à Jérusalem, et finit par se faire religieux à Cluny. Il composa dans sa retraite, vers 1204, sous le titre de Bible, un poème satirique où il critique les vices des hommes de tous états, depuis les princes jusqu'aux plus petits.
  • Guiot de Provins (... – dopo il 1208) è stato un poeta e troviero francese originario della cittadina di Provins, nella regione dello Champagne.
  • Guiot de Provins (died after 1208) was a French poet and trouvère from the town of Provins in the Champagne area. A declining number of scholars identify him with Kyot the Provençal, the alleged writer of the source material used by Wolfram von Eschenbach for his romance Parzival, but most others consider such a source to be a literary device made up by Wolfram.
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