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story of mediæval France
|Statement||by Gustave Masson.|
|Series||The story of the nations|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiiv, 354 p.|
|Number of Pages||354|
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The material which is brought together in this book is in the main of a considerably earlier date than the actual. Full text of "The story of mediæval France, from the reign of Hugues Capet to the beginning of the sixteenth century" See other formats.
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This is an eloquently opinionated guidebook to the castles and churches of France. The author, Walter Larned, talks one through the monument's history and then walks one through its most interesting architectural aspects.
Larned expresses his personal views with refreshing (and sometimes downright gushing) candor. Of Carcassonne he writes, "There cannot be many places in the world that produce.
Non-existence of the Dome in our old English architecture—Highly developed forms in France, Germany, and Italy, contemporary with our great Mediæval edifices—Suggestions for its introduction into our revived and redeveloped Neo-mediæval style—So-called Tomb of Agamemnon at Mycenæ—The Pantheon—Temple of Minerva Medica—Torre dei.
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By Gerhard Richard Lomer (–) whose language was Latin, had little influence upon the literature of mediæval France.
The courts of the French kings and princes, and the castle-halls of the nobles became the centres of a refined, distinguished, and polite society, with a code of its own, with its own conventions, ideals of courtesy. In recasting Paris and its Story for issue in the "Mediæval Towns Series," opportunity has been taken of revising the whole and of adding a Second Part, wherein we have essayed the office of cicerone.
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Robert de Valois Count of Artois Spouse(s) Matilda of Brabant Issue Blanche of Artois Robert II of Artois Noble family House of Capet Father Louis VIII of France Mother Blanche of Castile Born Septem Died February 8, Robert I of Artois ( – 8 February ), called the Good, was the first Count of Artois, the fifth (and Place Of Birth: Ile-de-France.
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