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When war broke out again with England in 1369 over France's failure to abide by
its treaty obligations, Charles followed du Gues- clin's military advice, winning for
the French so many victories that, by 1375, the settlement of 1360 was virtually ...
The most Gold repousse chatelaine, French, 18th century; in the Museo Poldi
Pezzoli, Milan By courtesy of the Museo Poldi Pezzoli, Milan luxurious were
decorated with precious gems, especially diamonds. A fine example of a
diamond, gold, ...
In 1680 the company that has survived as the Comedie-Francaise was founded
when the Guenegaud company merged with that at the Hotel de Bourgogne, to
become the only professional French company then playing in Paris. The French
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