See also: History of Burgundy, List of the dukes of Burgundy
Burgundy owes its name with the tribe of the Burgondes which created a kingdom of Burgondie. This last became Royaume of Burgundy then of Carolingian Two-Burgundy at the time .
For the the Middle Ages, it is advisable to distinguish the Comté from Burgundy of the Duché of Burgundy. The first (maintaining the Franche-Comté) was ground of empire, the second made up of the counties of Mâcon, Chalon, Sens, Auxerre, Tonnerre, Nevers, Autun belonged to the kingdom of France.
Also, the dukes of Burgundy were vassal of King de France for the duchy of Burgundy, the Artois and the Flanders, and vassal of the Emperor for the county of Burgundy, the Gueldre, the Hainaut, the the Brabant and other grounds.
See also General information of Burgundy
See also: District council of Burgundy
See also: Political of Burgundy, District council of Burgundy
See also: Geography of Burgundy
See also: Transport in Burgundy
See also: Economy of Burgundy
See also: Demography of Burgundy
See also: Culture of Burgundy
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