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It is possible that the imperial "march" of Flanders itself developed after the mid-11th century, maybe as a consolidation of territory which was formally part of the other three imperial marches which are referred to above.Whatever the precise process by which the march of Flanders evolved, by the late 11th century the counts of Flanders were firmly established in that territory and therefore owed allegiance to the French king for the western part of their county and to the German emperor for the eastern part.The earliest reference to a German "march" award is dated to , when Heinrich III King of Germany installed the son of Count Baudouin V as count in the march of Antwerp, although it is unclear whether the title "marchio" was conferred on him at the same time.Although the position was confiscated within five years after a disagreement between the count and the emperor, the counts of Flanders continued to use the title "marchio", which from that time could be said to be derived both from French and German creations.The county of Flanders took its name from the Carolingian pagus flandrensis, located around Bruges, the countship of which was granted to Baudouin I in 863 by Charles II "le Chauve" King of the West Franks whose daughter he had abducted.Before this date, the senior governing figure in the area was apparently the "forestier", in other words the "controller" of the forests, a post held successively by some of Baudouin's supposed ancestors, although both their existence and, if they did exist, the extent of their authority is subject to debate.The earlier generations of Count Baudouin's alleged ancestors are referred to as counts at Harlabecce, presumably Harlebeke on the outskirts of Courtrai.It is assumed that, if they were historical people, they were minor lords whose jurisdiction was limited to a small area.
No reference to a pagus Harlabeccensis has been found: in particular it is not included among the Flemish pagi which are described by Vanderkindere.The pagus Curtracensis lay to the south between the rivers Escaut and Lys, included the monastery of Blandin, and covered the doyenns of Courtrai, Helchin and Oudenaarde.The pagus Tornacensis was east of the pagus Curtracensis and the river Escaut/Schelde, south of the river Espierre and north of the rivers Elnon and Pvle.The county also included the area known as Mempisque, which comprised the pagus Mempiscus (on the North Sea coast between the rivers Aa and Yser), the pagus Pabula (between the river Marcq in the west, the Scarpe to the south, and the Elno and the pagus Tornacensis to the east), the pagus Caribantus (south of the river Lys, west of the pagus Medenentensis, east of the pagus Leticus, and north of the upper Deule river), and the pagus Medenentensis (east of the pagus Caribantus, west of the river Marcq, south of the river Lys).The core territory of the county of Flanders remained under the suzerainty of the French kings.
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The possible ancestry of Baudouin I Count of Flanders is set out in Chapter 1. None of the individuals named is referred to in surviving contemporary primary sources, although it is impossible to assess whether the later sources were based on earlier documentation which has since disappeared.