- Names - Peire (de) Lunel; Cavalier Lunel de Montech; Monteg
- Birth - Uncertain
- Died – 1384
- Home - Toulouse
- Occupation - Lawyer, Politician, Author, Troubadour (youth).
- Doctor en leys (doctor of laws) in register of the members of the Toulouse Consistory (1355).
- The Toulouse Consistory register's ealiest available record is from 1355.
- In his youth he was a troubadour.
- Knight (cavalier) from Montech.
- Lunel was a municipal official in Montauban, 1384.
- A canso.
- A crusading song - c. 1326
- A sirventes - "Meravilhar no·s devo pas las gens" in 1348 at height of Black Death.
- An ensenhamen - 1326
- Some moralising coblas esparsas - standalone stanzas in Occitran lyric poetry.
- This song is dated c. 1326.
- It was a critique of king Charles IV who promised a Crusade, but did nothing.
- An ensenhamen is an Occitan didactic (often lyric) poem associated with troubabours.
- He composed the very last Occitan (Romance language spoken in Occitania) ensenhamen (in arlabecca form) in 1326.
- This Ensenhamen del garso ("instruction of the boy"), was based on the model of the ensenhamen del escudier of Amanieu de Sescars.
- The garso (boy) was a young aspiring poet looking for advice on how to compose.
- The advice given by Lunel has helped with understanding the trouabdours' own conception of the ensenhamen genre.
"I have heard it said that you [unknown] have [the book, i.e. the ensenhamens] of Sir Amanieu, who is called the god of love, where he teaches about the young woman and the squire." [written by Peire Lunel de Montech in a letter dated 1320]
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