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  • Homeless Brittany Woman by P. A. J. Dagnan-Bouveret 1951979The Book of the Homeless — Brittany Woman P. A. J. DAGNAN-BOUVERET BRITTANY WOMAN FROM
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  • Britannica, Volume 2 Anne of Brittany 6730291911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 2 — Anne of Brittany ANNE OF BRITTANY (1477-1514), daughter of Francis
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 4 Brittany 729741911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 4 — Brittany BRITTANY, or Britanny (Fr. Bretagne), known
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  • Brittany 764585The Unconquered Air, and Other Poems — In Loneliness—Iseult of BrittanyFlorence Earle Coates IN LONELINESS ISEULT OF BRITTANY
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  • (Duke of Brittany) 16682821911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 5 — Charles (Duke of Brittany) CHARLES (c. 1319-1364), duke of Brittany, known as
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  • Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 11 Pardons of Brittany 104972Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 11 Pardons of Brittany Pardon, from the Latin perdonare
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  • Apo — Arm Arm — Ast Ast — Aus Table of contributors Andros — Anne of Brittany Anne of Cleves — Anti-Masonic Party Antimony — Apodictic Apolda — Appia
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  • found in Brittany; the former were in the desert, the latter in Brittany; in the caves of Egypt there were dead men, in the caves of Brittany there were
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  • a Celtic original, the exact form of which is still matter of dispute. Brittany (Fr. Bretagne) in western France derived its name from Britain owing to
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  • Druid Stones of Brittany By John Sterling Kingsley 1579243Popular Science Monthly Volume 75 August 1909 — The Druid Stones of Brittany By John Sterling
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  • of the Cornish language revival; Member of the Gorsedd of the Bards of Brittany This author wrote articles for the Dictionary of National Biography, and
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  • of Brittany. 1176758Ninety-three — La Vendée was the End of Brittany.Victor Hugo CHAPTER VII. LA VENDÉE WAS THE END OF BRITTANY. Brittany is
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  • the whole   The Great Menhir, Lockmariaquer, Brittany.   surmounted by a menhir. In Brittany always, and probably generally, if not always, elsewhere
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  • duke of Brittany, was the posthumous son of Geoffrey, the fourth son of Henry II. of England, and Constance, heiress of Conan IV., duke of Brittany. The
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  • Geoffrey (1158-1186)William Hunt1890 GEOFFREY (1158–1186), count of Brittany, fourth son of Henry II, by his queen, Eleanor, was born on 23 Sept. 1158
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  • sequestered place 43 the orchestral leader 44 in loneliness—iseult of brittany 45 unpardoned 47 every night at marathon 48 mother mary 50 so you love
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  • afterwards offered her hand successively to Charles the Bold, to the duke of Brittany, and even to his own brother, Charles of France. Finally she married Pierre
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  • historical sketch to Bath Waters by Preston King, 1901 A Book of Brittany, 1901 Brittany, 1902 A Book of North Wales, 1903 [92] A Book of South Wales, 1905
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  • and gloomy, firmly designed, severe and impressive scenes of life on the Brittany coast. His signal success was achieved by his painting of the triptych
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  • constable of France, and afterwards duke of Brittany, was the third son of John IV., duke of Brittany, and Joan of Navarre, afterwards the wife of Henry
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