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The Hours of Jeanne d'Evreux Returns to the Cloisters

The 14th century Hours of Jeanne d'Evreaux have returned to The Cloisters in New York City following conservation and the creation of a facsimile edition.

Paris: the "Mecca of Medieval Knowledge"

Dame Aoife shares her research on medieval Paris in this selection of links.

16th Century Wall Disrupts Museum Renovation in France

History News Network: The renovation of the Orangerie, the home of Monet's "Waterlilies," has been halted after it was disclosed that the work might damage the original 16th century wall under the museum.

Finding Charlemagne on the Web

Aoife has returned from War and shares her links on Charlemagne, including history, costume, embroidery, arms and tactics, and architecture.

French Archaeological Library Reopened in Afghanistan

Jang.com: After 20 years, the French Archaeological Library in Afghanistan has been reopened by Bernadette Chirac, wife of the French President.

Roman Wine Makes a Comeback in France

International Herald Tribune: French vineyard owner, Herve Durand, will be selling wine long past its time when he reopens an 1800-year-old Roman winery.

A Wealth of Information on Medieval France

Aoife (Lis) of Endless Hills shares her annotated list of websites and links dealing with Medieval France.