Hans Gugelot

Hans Gugelot (Nacido en 1920 en Makassar, Indonesia – Fallecido el 10 de septiembre de 1965 en Ulm, Alemania) fue un reconocido arquitecto y diseñador industrial, se destacó en el diseño de mobiliario y producto para la firma Braun, y en su labor como docente en la escuela de diseño HfG de Ulm.

Estudió arquitectura en Laussane desde 1940 y finalizó sus estudios en la Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule en Zúrich, en 1946. Durante los próximos años trabajó con Max Bill hasta 1954. Ese mismo año conoció a Erwin Braun y se embarcó en una importante colaboración en el departamento de diseño de Braun, junto con Dieter Rams y los „grupos de intergación“ de la HfG de Ulm. En Braun ayudó a crear un concepto y estilo propio de gran identidad visual basado en el funcionalismo y el esencialismo. Los aparatos de Braun fueron diseñados en un estilo distintivo basado en formas geométricas, una paleta de colores reducida, y con una completa ausencia de decoración.

Entre los años 1954 y 1965, Gugelot también dirigió el „Grupo de Desarrollo 2“ de la escuela HfG de Ulm, que había sido fundada un año antes. En esta institución, también enseñó y promovió el enfoque modernista de „la función por encima de la forma“ en el mundo del diseño. En consecuencia, Gugelot se opuso a lo que se conocía como el „Detroit styling“ y las ideas de Raymond Loewy del „Facelifting“ o „Styling“. Como Hans Gugelot lo vio, el buen diseño no debía ser simplemente un medio para aumentar las ventas, sino más bien una necesidad cultural.

Entre sus trabajos más famosos, se encuentra la radio gramófono Phonosuper Sk4 (1956), que diseñó junto a Dieter Rams y bautizó con el nombre de „Ataúd de Blancanieves“ por su tapa acrílica de color claro y su formalismo geométrico.

Days May Come and Days May Go

Albums de Deep Purple

Days May Come and Days May Go est une compilation de Deep Purple qui reprend les premiers enregistrements en studio de la Mark IV du groupe, avec Tommy Bolin à la guitare, réalisés en juin 1975 en Californie. Outre de nombreuses jam sessions, on y voit également apparaître les premières versions des chansons du futur album Come Taste the Band, paru en octobre 1975.

La version originale de Days May Come and Days May Go (PUR 303), sortie en 2000, ne comprenait qu’un seul CD. La même année, le label Purple Records a sorti un album bonus uniquement commandable par courrier, intitulé 1420 Beachwood Drive: The California Rehearsals Pt 2 (PUR 201), contenant cinq titres supplémentaires issus des mêmes sessions. Days May Come and Days May Go a été réédité par Purple en 2008 sous la forme d’un double album (PUR 353) dont le deuxième disque reprend le contenu de 1420 Beachwood Drive.

2014 World Lacrosse Championship

The 2014 FIL World Lacrosse Championship was held July 10–19, 2014 in Commerce City, Colorado, at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, home of the Colorado Rapids soccer team. 38 nations participated over 142 games. Nine nations—Belgium, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Israel, Russia, Thailand, Turkey, and Uganda—all competed in the event for the first time.

In the championship game on July 19, 2014, Canada captured its third gold medal after upsetting the United States 8-5 in front of 11,861 fans. Canadian goalie Dillon Ward was named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player after he made 10 saves in the championship game, becoming the first goalie to ever receive the honor.

The Iroquois Nationals finished third after defeating Australia 16-5 in the third-place game. It marked the first time the Iroquois ever earned a podium finish at the World Lacrosse Championship, as well as the first time the Australians failed to earn a medal.

A FIL World Lacrosse Festival was once again being run alongside the FIL World Championships and was open to boys‘ and men’s lacrosse teams from around the world to participate in the youth and master’s divisions of the Festival.

Full-event ticket packages were divided into gold, silver and bronze packages. Each package included access to 142 world championship games, the opening ceremony and the closing ceremony, the International Village and the Vendor Village. Four days of the event were played in the 18,000-seat stadium at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, and two turf fields included grandstand seating. Tickets were required for all world championship games at the park, both games in the stadium and games at the surrounding fields.

Partial-event ticket packages went on sale 12 June 2014.

For the pool play phase of the tournament, nations were separated into nine groups. The countries with the top six rankings—Australia, Canada, England, Iroquois, Japan, and the United States—competed in the Blue Division; the top four teams in this division advanced to the quarterfinals or semifinals automatically.

Play-in games were played between the teams of all groups except Blue.

Despite falling to rival England in the fifth-place game, Scotland earned its best-ever finish at the championships by placing sixth. The Scottish team defeated Japan in the previous contest, and are expected to replace the Japanese in the elite Blue Division at the next world championship tournament.

Playing in its first-ever world championships, Israel very nearly duplicated Scotland’s feat, twice narrowly falling in games that could have advanced the team into the Blue Division. After reaching the quarterfinals, the Israelis led Australia in the third quarter before dropping a tough 9-8 decision. Then in a placement round game, Israel made a dramatic comeback to push England to overtime before suffering a 10-9 setback. Israel finished seventh after defeating Blue Division squad Japan.

The following awards were given out at the end of the tournament.
MVP: Dillon Ward (Canada)
Outstanding Attackman: Rob Pannell (United States)
Outstanding Midfielder: Paul Rabil (United States)
Outstanding Defenseman: Tucker Durkin (United States)
Outstanding Goalie: Dillon Ward (Canada)

The All-World Team consisted of the following players.

Curtis Dickson (Canada)
Rob Pannell (United States)
Lyle Thompson (Iroquois)

Paul Rabil (United States)
Jeremy Thompson (Iroquois)
David Lawson (United States)

Tucker Durkin (United States)
Brodie Merrill (Canada)
Kyle Rubisch (Canada)

Dillon Ward (Canada)

The President’s Team consisted of the following players, honored for being the top 10 players in the tournament not competing in the blue division.
Kyle Buchanan (Scotland)
Ryan Licht (Ireland)
Matt MacGrotty (Scotland)
Jimmy McBride (Scotland)
Jordan McBride (Scotland)
Jonathan Munk (Czech Republic)
Kevin Powers (Sweden)
Ben Smith (Israel)
Ari Sussman (Israel)
James Van de Veerdon (Netherlands)

C’è qualcuno?

C’è qualcuno? è il nono libro della serie I racconti di mezzanotte di Nick Shadow, uno dei pseudonimi usati dallo scrittore inglese Allan Frewin Jones.

È passato quasi un anno dalla misteriosa scomparsa di Luke Benton, e la sua scuola organizza una serata commemorativa per lui. Nel frattempo una sua compagna, Juliet Somerville, riceve dei messaggi: AIUTAMI e STO CONGELANDO. La ragazza non se ne avvede, convinta di avere a che fare con uno scherzo. La sera, esasperata dai genitori e dall’amica Christine, si rifugia in camera sua e gli arriva un altro Sms, NON POSSO USCIRE. Juliet, cominciando a preoccuparsi, prova a telefonare al numero, ma quest’ultimo si rivela inesistente. Decide così di chiedere aiuto a suo cugino Dave per rintracciarlo, e ha anche una specie di visione nel quale vede qualcuno rinchiuso in uno spazio augusto e molto freddo. Con il passare del tempo i messggi si intensificano, e la ragazza decifra infine una vera e propria richiesta di aiuto. Juliet intuisce che il posto in cui la persona è rinchiusa è Market Street, un negozio chiuso da anni. Entrando in una cella frigorifera, Juliet ritrova il corpo mummificato di Luke. Subito dopo però, viene rinchiusa da Daniel e Mark, i due migliori amici di Luke. Capisce così che sono stati loro a ucciderlo, bloccandolo dentro. La ragazza pensa così di mandare un Sms di aiuto a Christine, ma scopre che il messaggio non si può inviare. Intuisce allora che anche Luke un anno prima aveva tentato di scriverle. Disperata, la ragazza lancia un urlo.

André Lespagnol

André Lespagnol est un enseignant et homme politique français, né le à Crozon.

Il est agrégé d’histoire, il a enseigné au Québec, puis à l’Université Rennes II. Ses travaux de recherche ont porté sur l’histoire maritime et sur la bourgeoisie marchande de Saint-Malo.

Il est président de l’université Rennes 2 de 1991 à 1996, avant d’occuper les fonctions de Recteur de l’Académie de Reims (1998-2000) puis de Créteil (2000-2003), puis d’être élu en 2004 vice-président de la région Bretagne chargé de l’enseignement supérieur. Il ne s’est pas représenté en 2010.

Il étudie dans les lycées de La Baule et de Saint-Nazaire avant de commencer ses études en histoire au collège universitaire de Nantes qui dépend alors de l’université de Rennes. Il continue ses études dans le supérieur en se rendant à la faculté des lettres de Rennes.

Il est reçu à l’agrégation d’histoire en 1965, et commence par enseigner un an au lycée Ambroise-Paré de Laval avant de devenir assistant à l’université de Montréal au Canada jusqu’en 1970. Il revient ensuite cette année-là à Rennes pour exercer comme assistant à l’université de Rennes 2. Il accède ensuite aux statuts de maître-assistant en 1978, de maître de conférences en 1984 et enfin de professeur d’histoire moderne en 1990 après avoir soutenu sa thèse de doctorat d’État en décembre 1989.

Il est élu à la présidence de l’université Rennes 2 en 1991

L’université développe ses infrastructures pendant sa présidence, avec l’ouverture du campus de La Harpe et d’un bâtiment des langues en 1993, et la création d’une Maison de la recherche en sciences sociales est arrêtée dans le plan de modernisation français université 2000.

Plusieurs évolutions structurelles sont aussi effectuées. Les Presses universitaires de Rennes, la maison d’édition de l’université, se modernise en révisant ses statuts. L’université passe aussi ses premières conventions avec le CNRS en 1995.

Jean Brihault, élu le , lui succède à la tête de l’université

Il est nommé recteur de l’académie de Reims le , et prend ses fonctions le 2 décembre. Il s’occupe de plusieurs mesures dans la région, dont la relance de l’éducation prioritaire, la réforme des lycées, la mise en place du mouvement déconcentré du personnel du second degré, ou la mise en place de collèges multisites dans les zones rurales de la région pour éviter leurs fermetures. Il prépare aussi plusieurs contrats liant l’éducation et l’État, dont le contrat triennal liant l’académie au ministère, et le contrat de plan « État-Région ».

Il est nommé chevalier de la Légion d’honneur en 1998 et reçoit cette distinction le 19 juin de cette même année.

American Water

American Water (NYSE: ) es una empresa de servicios básicos que opera en Estados Unidos y Canadá. Fue fundada en 1886 como American Water Works & Guarantee Company. En 1947 fue reorganizada como American Water Works Company, Inc. La empresa fue subsidiaria de la empresa alemana RWE Group desde 2001 hasta 2008, pero la empresa se separó el 23 de abril de 2008 en una IPO en el NYSE.

La mayoría de los servicios de American Water están en manos de subsidiarias locales que son reguladas por el Estado en el cual operan. American Water también posee subsidiarias que administran sistemas municipales de agua potable y aguas servidas bajo contrato y otras que entregan productos y servicios de saneamiento de agua a comunidades residenciales y comerciales.

Su sede central está en Voorhees, Nueva Jersey. American Water tiene alrededor de 8.000 empleados y entrega servicios a aproximadamente 16,2 millones de personas en 32 estados de Estados Unidos y Ontario, Canadá.

Bithiah

Bithiah (Hebrew: בִּתְיָה‎‎ Biṯyāh, literally „daughter of Yah“) was an Egyptian princess, and a daughter of Pharaoh according to Hebrew tradition. Although the name of her father is not stated in the Hebrew Bible, she is said by Rabbinic Midrash to be the daughter of one of the Pharaoh of the Exodus. The Bible and Midrash both assert that she was the foster mother of Moses, having drawn him from the Nile and bestowed upon him his name, which in Hebrew meant ‚drawn out‘ ().

In Jewish tradition, she was exiled by the Pharaoh for bringing Moses the Levite into the house of Pharaoh and claiming him as her own child. Bithiah left Egypt with Moses during the mass Exodus of the children of Israel. She married Mered the Judahite. Her children were Miriam, Shammai, and Ishbah (the father of Eshtemoa).

In the Biblical account, the daughter of Pharaoh who rescued Moses is not named. A daughter of Pharaoh named Bithiah is mentioned in I Chronicles . The Midrash identifies the two as the same person, and says she received her name, literally „daughter of Yah“ (Yah being a form of YHWH, which is often rendered in English as „LORD„), because of her compassion and pity in saving the infant Moses. It relates (Leviticus Rabbah 1:3) how God said He will take her in and call her YHWH’s daughter (which is what “Bithiah“ means) because she took in a child not her own, and called him her son (Moses can mean „child“ in Egyptian).

The Midrash also portrays her as a pious and devoted woman, who would bathe in the Nile to cleanse herself of the impurity of idolatrous Egypt. She is mentioned in Chron. 1, 4:18, as being the wife of Mered from the tribe of Judah, who is identified in the Midrash as being Caleb, one of the Twelve Spies. The Midrash (Exodus Rabbah 18:3) also records that she was not affected by the 10 Plagues, and was the only female firstborn of Egypt to survive the final plague.

Eusebius of Caesarea (Preparation for the Gospel 9.15) names her as Merris, and Eustathius of Antioch (Commentary on Hexameron MPG 18.785) as Merrhoe.

In the Hadith, Bithiah is known as Asiya, one of four of „the best of women“. She is also known as the Pharaoh’s wife, not daughter, in the Qur’an.

When Moses was born, his mother put him in an ark and placed it in the river. When this ark reached Pharaoh’s palace, the courtiers took it out and got it opened before the queen. The Wife of Pharaoh was very much surprised to see a handsome and lovely child and took him in her arms. When Pharaoh (Firaun) came to know about it, he stepped forward to kill the child, but Asiya stood in the way saying:

„Why do you kill this innocent child, the whereabouts of whose parents are not known!“

Pharaoh changed his mind, and Moses’s biological mother was appointed a wet nurse in the palace until he grew up. When Moses preached the true faith, Asiya believed in him, causing Pharaoh to persecute her. Muhammad praised the piety and virtues of Asiya, who was subjected to unbearable tortures yet was steadfast. She was nailed to a board with either iron nails or wooden stakes piercing her wrists and ankles and flogged in blazing desert heat on the Pharaoh’s orders. She laid down her life, but did not forsake her religion.

And God sets forth, as an example to those who believe the wife of Pharaoh: Behold she said: ‚O my Lord! Build for me, in nearness to Thee, a mansion in the Garden, and save me from Pharaoh and his doings, and save me from those that do wrong‘:

Sura Al-Fajr, verse 10 refers to the Pharaoh of the nails (or stakes):

„And [with] Pharaoh, owner of the stakes?“

In the works of Josephus, the princess who saved Moses from the Nile is called Thermuthis.

Bithiah is often portrayed as being the sister or wife of Pharaoh in adaptations of the story, in order to have Moses appear as Pharaoh’s son.

In the 1956 American film The Ten Commandments, she is portrayed by Nina Foch as the daughter of Ramesses I and sister of the Egyptian pharaoh, Seti I, who raised Moses as her own son as her husband had died before they could have children. When Moses leads the Hebrews out of Egypt, she joins the Exodus.

In the film, Bithiah is shown as a compassionate and heroic woman, who deeply loved Moses as a mother and wanted him to inherit the throne so he could do good. When Moses is found out to be a Hebrew, the heartbroken Seti, with urging from Rameses, orders her not to see him again. During the first Passover, when the Destroyer is killing the firstborn of Egypt, she is freed from a fairly luxurious form of house arrest, and takes part in the very first Passover Seder. She grieves over the suffering of her people, but casts her lot with the people of Israel and joins the Exodus, where she willingly and gladly gives up her place on her rich litter to help weaker Israelites. When the Egyptian chariots attack, she tries to interpose herself between the charging army and the Israelites, with her future husband Mered (see I Chronicles 4:18) dissuading her from the noble yet suicidal act. When the Egyptian army drowns in the Red Sea, it is her grief that the film shows rather than the biblical account of the singing and dancing of the people led by Miriam. Mered comforts her in her sorrow. A later scene has Bithiah among the few who refuse to participate in the mass worship of the Golden Calf, instead faithfully awaiting Moses‘ return with the Ten Commandments. In the film, up until this point, unlike in the Bible, Bithiah was shown to be an idol-worshiper.

In the 1998 Dreamworks animated epic, The Prince of Egypt, Bithiah is named Queen Tuya, historically the consort of Seti I. She was voiced by Helen Mirren, with Linda Dee Shayne providing her singing voice.

The American novelist, H. B. Moore (also listed as Heather B. Moore) has published three novels centered on the life of Moses, under the group heading „The Moses Chronicles“: 1. „Bondage“ (American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, Inc., 2015). 2. „Deliverance“ (American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, Inc., 2016); and 3. „Exodus“ (American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, Inc., 2016). Bithiah appears as a central character/narrator in numerous chapters in the first and third volumes of this „Biblical drama.“

In the well known song „It Ain’t Necessarily So“ from Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess, the character Sportin‘ Life expresses skepticism about the veracity of several Biblical stories, including this one: „Li’l Moses was found in a stream/Li’l Moses was found in a stream/He floated on water/Till Ol‘ Pharaoh’s daughter/She fished him, she said, from dat stream“.

Bithiah’s name in Hebrew form (בתיה Batya) is commonly used as a female first name in contemporary Israel (see Batya Gur) and means „small stream, brook.“

Route nationale 851

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Korsika

Die Route nationale 851, kurz N 851 oder RN 851, war eine französische Nationalstraße auf Korsika, die von 1933 bis 1973 von einer Kreuzung mit der Nationalstraße 196 in Pisciatello abzweigte und nach 42 Kilometern wieder in die N 196 mündete. 2006 wurde die Nummer kurzzeitig für die ursprünglich als Autoroute A85 in Betrieb genommene Schnellstraße zwischen dem Boulevard Périphérique de Tours und der Anschlussstelle 9 benutzt, da der Abschnitt für die Autoroute A851 vorgesehen war. Heute trägt die Schnellstraße die Nummer D 751.

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Carmen Posadas

Carmen Posadas (Montevideo, 13 agosto 1953) è una scrittrice uruguaiana.

Figlia di un diplomatico e di una restauratrice, Carmen Posadas è la primogenita di quattro fratelli, tre femmine e un maschio. Vive in Uruguay fino ai dodici anni quando, a causa della professione del padre è costretta a trasferirsi in Argentina, Spagna, Inghilterra, dove frequenta il collegio, e Russia. Comincia gli studi universitari all’Università di Oxford ma li abbandona il primo anno per sposarsi, a Mosca, con Rafael Ruiz de Cueto, conosciuto grazie a un appuntamento al buio. Da questo matrimonio nascono due figlie, Sofía (1975) e Jimena (1978). Nel 1983 si interrompe il suo primo matrimonio e Carmen si trasferisce a Londra dai genitori insieme alle due figlie. Il 10 marzo 1988 si sposa in seconde nozze con Mariano Rubio, che in quel momento era Governatore del Banco di Spagna.

Nel 1980 comincia la carriera letteraria scrivendo letteratura infantile e per ragazzi che porterà avanti fino al 1987. Il suo primo lavoro di narrativa è Escena improbable, scritto in collaborazione con Lucrecia King-Hedinger. Oltre a saggi e romanzi, Carmen Posadas scrive anche copioni per cinema e televisione.

La morte di suo padre e di suo marito, entrambi deceduti nel 1999, le infligge un duro colpo.

Nel 2002 viene definita dalla rivista Newsweek „una delle autrici latinoamericane più rilevanti della sua generazione“.

I suoi libri sono tradotti in 21 lingue.

Il giornalista Moisés Ruiz, Professore dell’Università Europea di Madrid, ha scritto e pubblicato una biografia dell’autrice dal titolo Carmen Posadas (Adhara, 2007).

Altri progetti

Agnese di Bretagna

Agnese o Havoise (1102 circa – dopo il 1118) fu contessa consorte di Fiandra dal 1111, per pochi anni.

Conan, secondo il Ex Chronico Briocensi, e come conferma l’arcivescovo, Guglielmo, della città di Tiro, nell’odierno Libano, nel suo Historia rerum in partibus transmarinis gestarum, era l’unica figlia femmina del duca di Bretagna, conte di Cornovaglia, Conte di Rennes e conte di Nantes, Alano IV Fergent e di Ermengarda d’Angiò, che, come conferma l’arcivescovo, Guglielmo di Tiro e anche secondo la Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium (non la nomina ma la cita come contessa di Rennes), era figlia del Conte di Angiò e conte di Tours, Folco IV il Rissoso e, come ci conferma la Chronica de Gesta Consulum Andegavorum, Chroniques d’Anjou, dalla sua prima moglie Hildegarde di Beaugency ( † 1070), figlia del signore di Beaugency, Lancillotto II, uno dei più fedeli vassalli di suo zio, Goffredo II „Martello“.
Alano IV Fergent, secondo il Ex Chronico Briocensi, era il figlio primogenito del Conte di Cornovaglia, conte di Nantes, poi anche conte di Rennes e duca di Bretagna, Hoel II e della moglie (come ci conferma ancora il Ex Chronico Briocensi), la duchessa di Bretagna e contessa di Rennes, Havoise, che, secondo la Genealogiae comes Flandriae era figlia del conte di Rennes e duca di Bretagna, Alano III e della moglie (come ci conferma la Ex Chronicon Kemperlegiense, Bertha di Blois.

Hawise o Agnese era nata, tra il 1101 ed il 1102, dopo che il padre Alano IV era ritornato dalla Terra Santa (nel 1096, secondo il monaco e storico inglese, Orderico Vitale, Alano IV partecipò alla prima crociata, partendo al seguito del duca di Normandia, Roberto II.
La presenza di Alano IV alla crociata viene confermato anche dal cronista della prima crociata, Alberto di Aquisgrana, nel capitolo XXIII del libro II della Historia Hierosolymitana espeditionis , che lo cita (domnus Alens cognomine Fercans) tra i partecipanti all’assedio di Nicea),

Nel 1110, Agnese, di circa nove anni, come ci conferma la Genealogica Comitum Flandriæ Bertiniana fu data in sposa all’erede delle contea delle Fiandre, Baldovino (Balduinus autem duxit filiam Alani Fregani comitis Brittaniæ), figlio del conte delle Fiandre, Roberto II detto Roberto di Gerusalemme o Roberto il crociato e della moglie, Clemenza di Borgogna. Il matrimonio viene confermato anche dalla Genealogiae comes Flandriae.
Il matrimonio ebbe breve durata e, forse, data l’età di Agnese, non fu consumato; ancora secondo la Genealogiae comes Flandriae, che non precisa la data, il Papa Pasquale II annullò il matrimonio per consanguineità dei due sposi. Forse il divorzio fu favorito anche dalla nuova situazione politica: la Bretagna continuava l’alleanza con il ducato di Normandia ed il regno d’Inghilterra, mentre le Fiandre si erano avvicinate al regno di Francia

Nel 1115 circa, suo padre, Alano IV aveva abdicato in favore del fratello Conan III il Grosso e si era ritirato nell’abbazia di Saint-Sauveur di Redon, abbracciando la vita monastica; infatti, nel ricordarne la morte, il Cartulaire de l’abbaye de Redon en Bretagne, ne riporta la morte, nel caitolo VII: Sepulturæ Insigniores, citandolo come monaco (Alanus Fergent, ex Britonum duce rotonensis monachus).

Dopo che Hawise o Agnese, aveva divorziato dal conte delle Fiandre, Baldovino VII ed era ritornata in Bretagna, suo fratello, Conan III, secondo il Cartulaire générale du Morbihan, Tome I, nel 1118, fece una donazione assieme ad Havise e alla loro madre, Ermengarda (cum sorore mea Hidevis et matre mea Ermeniart), all’abbazia di Sainte-Croix di Quimperlé.

Hawise o Agnese (Haduisa soror comitis Conani)e la cognata, Matilde (Mathilda comitissa), secondo il documento n° LII del Recueil d’actes inédits des ducs et princes de Bretagne controfirmarono un documento di donazione, fatta dal duca Conan III, all’Abbazia di Mont-Saint-Michel.

Non si conosce l’anno esatto della morte di Havise, che non viene più citata nei successivi documenti del fratello Conan III, né, nel 1128; né in quello (tra il 1129 ed il 1130) successivo.

Agnese a Baldovino non diede figli come ci conferma la Genealogica Comitum Flandriæ Bertiniana (Balduino quoque sine erede defunto)