Account of a Tour in Normandy, Volume 2 eBook

Dawson Turner
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  on a tomb in Lisieux cathedral,
  on a capital in St. Peter’s at Caen,
  on the capitals of the pillars in the crypt at Bayeux cathedral,
Seal, supposed to belong to Matilda, wife of the Conqueror,
Sheep, Norman breed of,
Siege, of Chateau Gaillard,
Statues, in the chapter-house of the abbey of St. Georges de Bocherville,
  of William the Conqueror, at Caen,
Stothard, C.A., his drawings of the Bayeux tapestry,
  his opinion on its antiquity,
String-course, remarkable, in the church of Notre Dame des Pres, at
Pont Audemer,
Superstitions, still remaining in Normandy,


Tancarville, Ralph, chamberlain to the Conqueror, and founder of the
abbey of St. Georges de Bocherville,
Tapestry, Bayeux, accounts of, published by Montfaucon and Lancelot,
  referred by them to Matilda, Queen of the Conqueror,
  figure from,
  its antiquity denied by Lord Littleton, Hume, and the Abbe de la Rue,
  when first described,
  reasons for believing in its antiquity,
  formerly kept at the cathedral,
  exhibited during the revolution at Paris,
Tassillon, confined at Jumieges,
Tassilly, ancient tombs found at,
Theobald, archbishop of Canterbury a monk of Bec,
Thomas a Becket, retired during his disgrace to Lisieux,
Tiles, painted, in the palace at Caen,
  supposed to prove the antiquity of heraldic bearings,
Tombeau des enervez, at Jumieges,
Tombs, ancient, at Cocherel,
  in Lisieux cathedral,
  at Tassilly,
Torigny marble,
Trinity Holy, abbey of the, at Caen, when built,
  used as a fortress as well as a nunnery
  its income
Trinity Holy, church of the abbey of the, at Caen, now a work-house,
  its spires destroyed by Charles, King of Navarre.
Turnebus, Adrian, native of Andelys.
Turold, founder of Bourg-Theroude, represented on the Bayeux tapestry.


University of Caen, founded by Henry VIth,
  abolished and restored by Charles VIIth,
  esteemed the third in France.


Vernon, its situation,
  formerly the seat of a royal palace,
Vieux, a Roman station,
  etymology of the name.
Vines, formerly cultivated at Jumieges,
  also at Caen and Lisieux.


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