Jacquerie


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Jac·que·rie

 (zhä-krē′)
n.
1. The uprising of the French peasants against the nobility in 1358.
2. jacquerie A peasant revolt, especially a very bloody one.

[French, from Old French jacquerie, peasantry, from jacques, peasant; see jacket.]

Jacquerie

(ʒakri)
n
(Historical Terms) the revolt of the N French peasants against the nobility in 1358
[C16: from Old French: the peasantry, from jacque a peasant, from Jacques James, from Late Latin Jacōbus]

Jac•que•rie

(ˌʒɑ kəˈri, ˌʒæk ə-)

n.
1. the revolt of the peasants of N France against the nobles in 1358.
2. (l.c.) any peasant revolt.
[1520–30; < French, Middle French, =jaque(s) peasant + -rie -ry]

jacquerie

a revolt of peasants against the social classes above them.
See also: Conflict

Jacquerie

1358 A French peasant revolt against the nobility.
References in classic literature ?
Look around and consider the Eves of all the world that we know, consider the faces of all the world that we know, consider the rage and discontent to which the Jacquerie addresses itself with more and more of certainty every hour.
Here opens the stormy period of the Jacqueries, Pragueries, and Leagues.
Las variables de Diaz para construir el tipo ideal de cacique fueron parecidas a las de Friedrich: ruralidad, obra de proyeccion regional, defensa del statu quo, transito de la dominacion carismatica a la tradicional y, finalmente, la jacquerie como mecanismo de afirmacion de la autoridad caciquil.
The peasants are considered next, beginning with an examination of the jacquerie in 1358, followed by the conditions that led French peasants to construct souterrains refuges to fortify churches, as at Vitry, or to pay the exorbitant patis demanded of them by the various combatants.
Ce seront finalement les gueux, les pillards et des malfaiteurs politiques qui se seront illustres dans cette voulue-revolution, qui n'aura reussi qu'a etre une simple petite jacquerie urbaine sans plus.
La ramificacion geografica de estos movimientos o focos de revuelta contra dicho gobierno en el norte (Chihuahua, Durango, La Laguna y Sinaloa) sugiere un patron de rebelion o una gama que merecen estudios especializados, que al parecer escapa al par conceptual agrario versus serrano, propuesto por Alan Knight, y se aproxima a los rubros de Jacquerie y de protesta agraria del mismo autor (Knight 1990, 218-227 y 333-351 respectivamente).
The most substantial borrowings, Macdonald notes, are found in the choral pantomime Neron and in the unfinished opera La jacquerie.
Como lente da Aula do Comercio legou-nos um manuscrito "Arte da escritura dobrada" e em 1762 e escrivao do tesoureiro-mor do Erario Regio, tendo dado lugar a Albert Jacquerie de Sales, novo lente em 1762, na Aula do Comercio.
In Militants and Migrants (1988), Donna Gabaccia acknowledges sporadic incidents of Italian women's militancy, rooted in their participation in the jacquerie (violent peasant riots dating from the sixteenth century) but tracks only men's radical activity as far as the United States.
Cabe indicar la existencia de una importante fuente de informacion como es el RICA (Reseau d'Information Comptable Agricole, RECAN en Espana: Red Contable Agraria Nacional) que, armonizado a nivel europeo, proporciona informacion sobre estructura, resultados economicos y situacion financiera de las explotaciones profesionales y tipificadas de la Union (Chantry, 2003; Chatellier y Jacquerie, 2004).
and most well known are the English Peasants' Revolt of 3381, and the Jacquerie Rebellion of 1358 in France.
La biographie d'une Sorciere imaginaire, qui aurait vecu pendant trois cents ans, donne a l'histoire du Moyen Age une forme a la fois epique--la sorciere lutte contre la feodalite et la sorcellerie aboutit a la Jacquerie (125)--et tragique car Michelet raconte la Passion de la Sorciere (Christ a rebours) et << l'universel martyre du Moyen Age >> (284).