Aimeric de Sarlat (fl. c. 1200) was a troubadour from Sarlat in the Périgord. According to his vida he rose by talent from the rank of jongleur to troubadour, but composed only one song, though four cansos survive under his name. The sole topic with which his surviving work is concerned is courtly love and he was an imitator of Bernart de Ventadorn. A fifth canso, "Fins e leials e senes tot engan", attributed in the chansonniers to Aimeric de Belenoi, has been assigned to Aimeric de Sarlat by modern scholarship, partly because it is directed to Elvira de Subirats, wife of Ermengol VIII of Urgell, to whom Aimeric de Sarlat had addressed his "Ja non creirai q'afanz ni cossiriers". An example of Aimeric's poetry:Aimeric was probably patronised by William VIII of Montpellier. One of his works may have inspired Denis of Portugal to compose a poem in Portuguese.