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The county of Hainaut was located directly south of the county of Flanders and the ancient county of Brabant, coinciding approximately with the province of present-day Belgium of the same name and the neighbouring areas of the current French department of Nord.

It derives its name from the pagus Hainoensis , named after the river Haine, a tributary of the river Escaut which marked the western border of the pagus. The county was bordered to the south by the county of Cambrai and to the east by the pagus Lommensis , which later developed into the county of Namur. Politically, Hainaut lay within imperial jurisdiction and formed part of the kingdom of Lotharingia after the treaty of Verdun. The county's geographic proximity to France ensured strong French political and linguistic influence in its development.

However, as with the neighbouring county of Flanders, there were jurisdictional conflicts with the empire. The existence of the series of counts named Reginar, between the early years of the 10th century and [], is corroborated by many primary sources, as shown below.

This is based on the assumption that the count Reginar who is referred to in the sources as " Raginerus dictus Longi-colli " was Count Reginar [I] see Chapter 1. Information on the precise family relationships between the different counts Reginar is surprisingly sparse in the other primary sources so far consulted. As will be seen below, the evidently unreliable Annales provide the only references to key members of the family.

However, it must be emphasised that a completely satisfactory verification of all the relationships has not been possible from the available sources. Count Reginar [IV] and his descendants are more frequently described in contemporary records as counts of Mons than counts of Hainaut, reflecting the importance assumed by the castle as the family's main power base.

Little information has been found in contemporary sources on the subsequent activities of Count Reginar [V]. The march of Valenciennes lay within the county of Hainaut, which resulted in dual appointment of counts within the same county. The counts in the march of Valenciennes are shown in Chapter 2 of this document. The precise relationship between Count Herman and Count Reginar [V], fully discussed below, provides one of the most intriguing puzzles in the history of the Reginar family.

Whatever the precise family background of Count Herman, his widow Richilde transmitted the county of Hainaut to her second husband the future Baudouin VI Count of Flanders as a result of their marriage in the early s see Chapter 3. This process also confirmed imperial protection for Hainaut and the succession of the minor Comte Baudouin III, which may otherwise have been threatened by his paternal uncle Robert I Count of Flanders who had already subjugated the county of Holland.

The county of Hainaut survived as a separate entity from Flanders until the late s. After half a century of joint rule, Hainaut regained its separate existence as a result of the turbulent marital life of Marguerite II Ctss of Flanders, the county of Hainaut passing to her children by her first husband Bouchard d'Avesnes see Chapter 4 , while Flanders was inherited by her children by her second husband Guillaume de Dampierre.

Jean II Comte de Hainaut inherited the county of Holland in from his mother's family, and his descendants in the male line ruled both counties until when they passed to Marguerite, sister of the last count Guillaume IV and second wife of Ludwig IV Duke of Bavaria, who was later installed as king of Germany and crowned emperor. The two counties were ruled by counts from the Bavarian Wittelsbach family until see Chapter 5.

However, from the early 15th century, the Valois-Capet dukes of Burgundy acquired control over many of the counties and duchies in the Low Countries as a result of prudent dynastic marriages. In , Philippe III "le Bon" Duke of Burgundy installed himself as regent of Holland and Hainaut for the last Wittelsbach ruler, comtesse Jacqueline, and in procured her deposition and his installation as count in her place.

The two counties were thereby incorporated into the Burgundian territories in the Low Countries which, by another twist of dynastic fate, passed to the Habsburg family as a result of the marriage in of Marie, daughter and heiress of the last Valois duke of Burgundy, to Archduke Maximilian. The families of some noble seigneurs in the county of Hainaut are set out in chapters 7 to 17 of the present document. The heraldry and genealogy of the pairies and baronnies of the county of Hainaut are discussed fully in the website of Le Cercle Heraldus de Mons a.

The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified. The date when Reginar was installed as Comte de Hainaut is uncertain but was probably during the last quarter of the 9th century. An agreement dated 14 Jun of Emperor Charles II "le Chauve", presumably written with his own death in mind, names " Arnulfus comes, Gislebertus, Letardus, Matfridus, Widricus, Gotbertus, Adalbertus, Ingelgerus, Rainerus " as those willing to support the emperor's son if he travelled across the Meuse [9] , although it is curious that " Giselbertus…Rainerus " should both be included if one was the father of the other.

The Annales Vedastini name " Balduinus…comes et Rodulfus frater eius necnon et Ragnerus " when recording that they joined Zwentibold of Lotharingia in [11]. Lay-abbot of St Servatius at Maastricht before May Regino records that in Zwentibold King of Lotharingia banished " Reginarium ducem…sibi fidissimum et unicum consiliarium " who went with " Odacro comite et quibusdam aliis, cum mulieribus et parvulis " to " Durfos " near " Mosa fluvius " where they were besieged [13].

The passage appears to be the only indication that Reginar was granted the title duke. Reginar was presumably rehabilitated after King Zweintibold was murdered, as shown by the following charter: King Ludwig IV also confirmed an exchange of property involving " Reganarius comes " by charter dated 20 Oct [15] , and a donation of property "… in pago ac in comitatu Hainuense " to the church of Tongern at the request of " Kepehardus et Reginharius comites " by charter dated 18 Jan [16].

Richer records the death of " Ragenerus vir consularis et nobilis cognomento Collo-Longus " at " apud Marsnam palatium " [18]. Another possibility is that both documents refer to the same person, one or other having incorrectly represented her name. Richer records that " Gisleberto eius filio " succeeded on the death of " Ragenerus vir consularis et nobilis cognomento Collo-Longus " [23].

Maximi record that [25]. The primary source which confirms that Reginar [II] was Comte de Hainaut has not yet been identified, but this is probably correct. Flodoard names " Ragenarii, fratris ipsius Gisleberti " [27]. Flodoard's Annals record that " Berengarius " captured " Giselbertum " and only freed him after receiving " filiis Ragenarii fratris ipsius Gisleberti " as hostages, after which Giselbert ravaged the lands of " Berengarii, Ragenariique fratris sui et Isaac comitis " [30].

The primary source which confirms that Reginar [II] was Comte de Hainaut has not yet been identified. No reference has been found to the name or origin of the wife of Comte Reginar [II]. If this is correct, she was [ de Huy ], daughter of This would also explain why her grandson became comte de Louvain, which formed part of the territories relinquished by Ansfrid [II] Comte de Huy when he was appointed bishop of Utrecht in This provides an additional argument for a family relationship between the comtes de Huy and the comtes de Hainaut.

On balance, it appears more likely that such a family connection was through the wife of Reginar [II] rather than the wife of Reginar [III]. He succeeded his father as Comte de Hainaut , although the date he took control of the county is not known. In , Reginar seized Brussels and the surrounding areas which had been the dower of Gerberge Queen of France on her first marriage to his uncle Giselbert Duke of Lotharingia.

The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines records that " comes Raginerus " captured " Montem castri " from " comiti Godefrido " in [41]. His parentage is confirmed by Flodoard who records, in , that " Hugo dux " requested " Herimann[us]…qui missus erat… " to besiege " castella Ragnarii ac Rodulfi fratrum, Ludowici regis fidelium " [44] , on the assumption that " Ragnarii " refers to Count Reginar [III] see above.

The charter dated 17 Jan , under which " Otto…imperator augustus " granted property " curtem Galmina [Jamine] …que quondam Rudolfi erat…in pago Haspengewe in comitatu Werenherii qua postmodum fideli nostro comiti Immoni condonavimus " to the Marienkapelle, Aachen [49] , describes that Rudolf's property was confiscated, presumably at the same time as his brother Reginar [III] was banished.

Her origin is deduced from the Gesta Abbatum Gemblacensium which refers to " Raginero comiti…Longicollus " as " primi Baldrici Leodicensium episcopi avunculus " [51] , although it appears chronologically more likely that " Raginero " was Reginar [III] rather than his paternal grandfather Reginar [I], an interpretation which appears confirmed by the same source which records the death in battle at Florennes of " Lantbertum comitem filium Ragineri Longicolli " [52].

This assumes that " primi Baldrici " was the bishop whose installation in is recorded in the following paragraph of the Gesta [53] , which also appears correct from the context. Baldricus in vita sua Ludwig IV "das Kind" King of Germany confirmed the property of Stift Kievermunt, including " in pago Leuchia in comitatu Sigarhardi in villa…Uuandria ", at the request of " Gebehardus comes ", by charter dated 9 Oct [55].

The date when Sigard was installed as Comte de Hainaut is uncertain but it probably occurred after when Regino records that Comte Reginar [I] was deprived of his lands by Zwentibold King of Lotharingia [57].

It is assumed that Sieghard retained at least part of the county after Reginar was rehabilitated by King Ludwig IV, but the primary source which confirms that this is correct has not yet been identified.

However, after the death of the latter, " Otto…imperator augustus " granted property " in loco Uillare…terram olim Godefridus bone memorie dux noster " to the convent of Saint-Ghislain in Hainaut at the request of " Richarius comes " by charter dated 2 Jun [62] , " Richarius comes " being identified as Gottfried's successor in Hainaut. He was appointed [associate] Duke of [ Lower ] Lotharingia.

Vanderkindere suggests that this charter should be redated to , to support the hypothesis that the two appointments of Gottfried and Friedrich, as associate dukes in Lower and Upper Lotharingia respectively, occurred simultaneously [64]. The Continuator of Regino names " Godefridus dux Lothariensis " among those who died of plague in Italy in [66]. Ruotger's Vita Brunonis records that Duke Bruno sent " auxiliares " to Lotharingia, of whom " Godefridus dux ", adding that Bruno had raised Gottfried himself, and that he was so convinced of Gottfried's worthiness that he considered it unnecessary to offer donations for his soul [67].

Her two marriages are confirmed by reading the Historia Walciodorensis Monasterii , which records that the unnamed wife of [Eilbert] had " binos…adolescentulos…Godefrido et fratri…Arnulfo " from her previous marriage to whom their stepfather bequeathed " pagum Florinensem " [68] , read together with the Miraculis Sancti Gengulfi which names " Arnulfus, Alpaidis et Godefridi Hainoensis pagi comitis filius " specifying that he was Seigneur de Florennes [69].

She married secondly after Eilbert Seigneur de Florennes. Wirici fratris Arnulphi, Alberti comitis, Gisleberti, Radbodi fratrum eius Roland records that a 13th century copy of this charter includes the date [71]. The Historia Walciodorensis Monasterii records that the unnamed wife of [Eilbert] had " binos…adolescentulos…Godefrido et fratri…Arnulfo " from her previous marriage to whom their stepfather bequeathed " pagum Florinensem " [72].

The Historia Walciodorensis Monasterii records that the unnamed wife of [Eilbert] had " binos…adolescentulos…Godefrido et fratri…Arnulfo " from her previous marriage to whom their stepfather bequeathed " pagum Florinensem " [73]. Roland records that a 13th century copy of this charter includes the date [76]. The Gesta Episcorum Cameracensium records that " Raineri ", who had been banished by " archiepiscopus Bruno ", was succeeded by " primum Richario nobili viro, sed hoc defuncto Warnero et Raynaldo, quibus etiam defunctis, Godefrido atque Arnulfo comitibus " [77].

Comte de Hainaut []. Emperor Otto I donated property to the monastery at Crespin, at the request of " Richizonis atque Amelrici comitum ", by charter dated 12 Feb [80]. Comte de Hainaut The Gesta Episcorum Cameracensium records that " Raineri ", who had been banished by " archiepiscopus Bruno ", was succeeded by " primum Richario nobili viro, sed hoc defuncto Warnero et Raynaldo, quibus etiam defunctis, Godefrido atque Arnulfo comitibus " [85].

Sigebert's Chronica records that " Raginerus et Lantbertus " sons of Reginar [III] Comte de Hainaut returned from exile in and killed " Guarnero et Rainaldo ", who occupied their father's county, " apud Perronam " and besieged " super Hagnam fluvium castello Buxude " [86].

Thietmar records that " Lantbertus, Reinherii filius…cum fratre…Reingerio " killed " Wirinharium et eius germanum Reinzonem " [87]. The Gesta Episcorum Cameracensium records that " Raineri ", who had been banished by " archiepiscopus Bruno ", was succeeded by " primum Richario nobili viro, sed hoc defuncto Warnero et Raynaldo, quibus etiam defunctis, Godefrido atque Arnulfo comitibus " [88]. Sigebert's Chronica records that " Raginerus et Lantbertus " sons of Reginar [III] Comte de Hainaut returned from exile in and killed " Guarnero et Rainaldo ", who occupied their father's county, " apud Perronam " and besieged " super Hagnam fluvium castello Buxude " [89].

Thietmar records that " Lantbertus, Reinherii filius…cum fratre…Reingerio " killed " Wirinharium et eius germanum Reinzonem " [90]. Comte de Verdun The Gesta Episcorum Cameracensium records that " Raineri ", who had been banished by " archiepiscopus Bruno ", was succeeded by " primum Richario nobili viro, sed hoc defuncto Warnero et Raynaldo, quibus etiam defunctis, Godefrido atque Arnulfo comitibus " [92].

He remained imprisoned for more than 10 years. Otto III King of Germany confirmed rights of Blandin abbey in property " in pago Haginao villam Dulciacum [et]…in pago Bracbanto villam Wandeleni…quam Eilbodo…tradidit… ", at the request of " Godefridi et Arnulfi comitem ", by charter dated 20 May [97]. The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines records that " comes Raginerus " captured " Montem castri " from " comiti Godefrido " in [98] which, if the text refers to this Godefroi, suggests a later date of death assuming the dating of Alberic is accurate.

The Gesta Episcorum Cameracensium records that " Rainerus atque Lantbertus, filii…Raineri ", who had been banished by " archiepiscopus Bruno ", returned to their father's lands after the death of Emperor Otto I and besieged " super Hagnam fluvium castrum Bussud ", but that Emperor Otto II ordered their exile again []. The Annales Leodienses, Floressienses et Marchianenses record that " Raginerus et Lantbertus " sons of Reginar [III] Comte de Hainaut returned from exile in and killed " Guarnero et Rainaldo ", who occupied their father's county, " apud Perronam " and besieged " super Hagnam fluvium castello Buxude " [].

Thietmar records that " Lantbertus, Reinherii filius…cum fratre…Reingerio " killed " Wirinharium et eius germanum Reinzonem " []. Sigebert's Chronica records that in " filii Ragineri " were " in terra partum suorum relocati " [] , which presumably marked the beginning of their rehabilitation.

Archbishop Egbert donated property " de beneficio Luthardi comitis…mortuo sine herede " to St Paul at Trier by charter dated , subscribed by " …Regeneri rerum S Marie advocatis… " [] , although it is not known whether this is the same Reginar.

A letter of Gerbert dated to [] names " comes Reinharius " []. However, a later letter names " Hainao Reniero " [] which suggests that the latter is correct.

Gisleni date one of the events recorded to " tempore Arnulfi et Raineri comitum…Hainacensium " [] , which suggests that Arnoul continued to enjoy some jurisdictional rights in the county of Hainaut even after the restoration of Comte Reginar [IV]. As shown below in Chapter 2, it is assumed that this was in the march of Valenciennes. Sigebert's Chronica records in that " Raginerus " married " Hathuidem filiam Hugonis postea regis " []. If this is correct, the donation must have been made after her husband's death in as he is not named in the document.

The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines records that in " Raginerus comes " fought with his uncle " Lambertus Lovaniense " at Florinnes, specifying that his uncle was killed in the battle [].

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It's also vital to re-establish trust. The therapist can help the couple acknowledge the areas of the relationship in which trust has already been rebuilt. Then the betrayed partner can be progressively exposed to situations that provide further reassurance they can trust their partner without having to constantly check on them. But if therapy works for two thirds of couples, it leaves another one third who experience no improvement.

If the relationship is characterised by many unresolved conflicts, hostility, and a lack of concern for one another, it may be best to end it. Ultimately, relationships serve the function of meeting our attachment needs of love, comfort and security. Being in a relationship that doesn't meet these needs is considered problematic and dysfunctional by anyone's definition. But ending a relationship is never easy due to the attachment we develop with our romantic partner. Even though in some relationships, our attachment needs are less likely to be fulfilled, it doesn't stop us wanting to believe our partner will one day meet our needs.

The impending end of a relationship fills us with what is termed "separation distress". Not only do we grieve the loss of the relationship no matter how good or bad , but we grieve over whether we will find another who will fulfil our needs.

The period of separation distress varies from person to person. Some may believe it's worth celebrating the end of a toxic relationship, but they will still experience distress in one form or another. If the couple decides to end the relationship and are still in therapy, the therapist can help them work through their decision in a way that minimises feelings of hurt.

So infidelity is less about sex and more about matters of the heart and a misguided quest to have one's relationship needs met. The problem is that some people choose to seek their relationship needs in the arms of another rather than working on their existing relationship. This article first appeared in The Conversation.

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