On his campaigns in Normandy and Guyenne, and was made lieutenant-general of these two provinces.
In 1272 it was the first of the towns of Guyenne to join the confederation headed by Bordeaux.
The " Truce of God " was established by the clergy (originally in Guyenne in 1031) to take advantage of holy days and festivals for the purpose of restricting the time available for bloodshed.
When the religious wars broke out in France, Montluc, a staunch royalist, held Guyenne for the king.
(c. 1120-1152), who married Alix of Guyenne, sister of the queen, Eleanor, and had by her three children: Raoul (Rudolph) II., the Leper (count from 1152-67); Isabelle, who possessed from 1167 to 1183 the countships of Vermandois, Valois and Amiens conjointly with her husband, Philip of Alsace, count of Flanders; and Eleanor.