• James (January 1315 – May 1367) was the Lord of Piedmont from 1334 to his death. He was the eldest son of Philip I and Catherine de la Tour du Pin. While...
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    fact that Piedmont was the seat of power and prominent part of the entity, the state is also referred to as Sardinia-Piedmont or Piedmont-Sardinia and...
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  • Scotia Piedmont, Quebec Piedmont, Alabama Piedmont, California Piedmont, Georgia, a place in Georgia Piedmont, Kansas Piedmont, Missouri Piedmont, Ohio...
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  • The lordship of Piedmont, later the principality of Piedmont (Italian: Piemonte), was originally an appanage of the County of Savoy, and as such its lords...
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    Piedmont is a small city located in Alameda County, California, United States, enclaved by the city of Oakland. Its residential population was 11,270 at...
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    south. The Piedmont Province is a physiographic province of the larger Appalachian Highlands physiographic division and consists of the Piedmont Upland,...
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    Count of Flanders, 1199-1259 Thomas III of Piedmont, 1246-1282 Philip I of Piedmont, 1278-1334 James of Piedmont, 1315-1367 Philip II of Piedmont, d. 1368...
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    The 2011 El Reno–Piedmont tornado was a long-tracked and deadly EF5 tornado that struck central Oklahoma on the evening of May 24, 2011. The tornado impacted...
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    Tour du Pin (died 1337), daughter of Humbert I of Viennois and had issue: James of Piedmont Eleanor married Manfred V of Saluzzo and had issue. Beatrice...
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  • Amadeus or Amedeo of Savoy (1363 – 7 May 1402) was the son of James of Piedmont and his third wife Marguerite de Beaujeu. By James' will of 16 May 1366, he...
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  • Sybille of Montbéliard Amadeus, Prince of Achaea (1363–1402), son of James of Piedmont and Marguerite de Beaujeu Ernst Theodore Amadeus Hoffmann, better...
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  • 11 December 1418) was the Lord of Piedmont and titular Prince of Achaea from 1402. He was a son of James of Piedmont and Marguerite de Beaujeu (1346–1402)...
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    agreed to a treaty between himself, Amadeus of Geneva, James of Piedmont, and the House of Visconti, rulers of Milan, for mutual defence and assistance....
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  • Piedmont blues (also known as East Coast, or Southeastern blues) refers primarily to a guitar style, which is characterized by a fingerpicking approach...
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  • The Piedmont region of Virginia is a part of the greater Piedmont physiographic region which stretches from the falls of the Potomac, Rappahannock, and...
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    1989. Its headquarters were at One Piedmont Plaza in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, a building that is now part of Wake Forest University. In April 1989...
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  • 1948 and changed the name to Piedmont College to represent the eponymous geographic region. In 1948, under president James Walter, the college became an...
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    The Battle of Piedmont was fought June 5, 1864, in the village of Piedmont, Augusta County, Virginia. Union Maj. Gen. David Hunter engaged Confederates...
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    Virginia's Piedmont. In the early 1760s, the Madison family moved into a newly built house that they named Montpelier. Madison grew up as the oldest of twelve...
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  • Catherine de la Tour du Pin (category Princesses of Piedmont)
    child of Humbert I of Viennois and Anne d'Albon. She married Philip I of Piedmont, with whom she had eleven children, including James of Piedmont. Jean-Baptiste-Pierre...
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  • American Pool Checkers, also called "American Pool", is a variant of draughts, mainly played in the mid-Atlantic and Southeastern United States and in...
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    meanwhile instructed Reforce d'Agoult, Senechal of Provence, to invade Piedmont. The burghers of Chieri and James of Savoy-Achaea joined the Provençal army. They...
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  • arrested by James of Piedmont. James' wife, Sibylle des Baux, was convinced that Robert and his Durazzeschi kin had arranged the recent murder of her nephew...
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    consort as wife of Emperor Huizong of the Yuan dynasty (d. 1369) James of Piedmont, Italian nobleman (House of Savoy) (d. 1367) Joanna of Hainault, French...
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  • Davis Ice Piedmont (70°38′S 166°16′E / 70.633°S 166.267°E / -70.633; 166.267 (Davis Ice Piedmont)) is an ice piedmont about 10 nautical miles (19 km;...
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    Taylor later said, "Chapel Hill, the Piedmont, the outlying hills, were tranquil, rural, beautiful, but quiet. Thinking of the red soil, caused by local copper...
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    Ogier and his nephew Humbert, son of his half-brother Humbert, both joined. Aymon, younger brother of James of Piedmont, and Amadeus's two illegitimate...
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    Wilson Piedmont Glacier (77°15′S 163°10′E / 77.250°S 163.167°E / -77.250; 163.167) is a large piedmont glacier extending from Granite Harbour to Marble...
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  • The team was established in 1995 as the Piedmont Phillies. From 1996 to 2000, they were known as the Piedmont Boll Weevils. From 2001 to 2019, they were...
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    Emmanuel was styled "Prince of Piedmont". In 1775, Charles Emmanuel married Clotilde of France, the sister of King Louis XVI of France. Although the union...
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