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Menat ​Ficsella ​Viennensis Raeti Canton or Quin Jonant-Jauma Tur

Pays de Figeac or “Aho” or Johant 1 ordinance terrain in the

eastern part of the Lot department was formed via valles control--and
so Lot and Célé valley systems were behests of norre fealty.

P-​Rhin-C-E​s point is one evidence in this estuarine chain. 2

Major sites were Cahors [cahokia], Conques [Omer] and Rocamadour
[Roches] as well as sites​ Cajarc, Faycelles, Capdenac-le-Haut​--all
situated within and amongst limestone plateaux of the ​Causses du
Quercy​ and ​Massif Central,
​ up to and including the ​Dordogne--Lot
--attested in Saint Céré and Saint Laurent-les-Tours. Via a votive
system--​nahellenia, coventina, vetuna​--additionally, both Northumbria
and Cumbria were similarly fitted ordinance “fi” keepers, on distant

The motif of divine guidance helped to shape cults of distant

return and move sites in an isopolity structure. The Faycelles
monument, 8th century, in the legend of figeac, itself a dependant,
was of this type of modality. ​Abbey of Jonant​ was moved to Figeac
after flux of values, during this period, with the assistance of the
Menat cult. 3


1 Ja-umes, james and jackson; formerly tyburn, maiden; historica

2 AhGx, Princess, Sassafras, Deception, Lilac, Rat, nursery, Bullas,

Royal, Hickory, Redware, Whitehern, Jaumes, Coutances 1, 2, 3, 4.

3 Menat, ​Vita Menalei abbatis de Menatensis [MGH SSRM 5: 129-157],

Vita S. Theofredi abbatis de CalMeliacensis, martyris in Gallia-Cala
[AASSosB 3.1 476-485], Saint Chaffre [Langogne, Joffre] [Chronicon
Paris BN Latin 5926 f 36r; Paris BN Latin 12767 ff 61-64r [HL 5
331-333 no. 356.


Jonant -- Obersee,​ Vosges Alemannic [columban] -- Old High German --

around the 8th century from a Gallo-Roman ​*Jauna​ “aspect” inflected as
“hare” ​*Jōna[n]​, yielding modern dialectal ​Jōne[n]; Wahlen-kreis of
See-Gaste; kerken-kreis--Utrecht

Jaume -- catalan-balearic