The ancient capital of Tuscany, Florence was in the Middle Ages a prosperous republic governed by the Medici family. It is a renowned artistic center, known as the Athens of Italy for the...
Gabés is one of the more interesting oases in south Tunisia. Cultivation is methodically practiced. The market in Menzel. Everything is sold here in picturesque disorder. Returning from the market....
Grand Prix of the A.C.F. Tours 1923. The Circuit. The Start-off. The turn of the Membrolle. In the curve of the twins. At the turn of Pilori. Duray's car broke down and he had to push it. Across...
Henry IV, 1st chapter, Siege of Paris, No. 5. Victorious at Ivry, Henry IV decided to lay siege to Paris and set himself up at the Chateau of Loges, close to Saint-Germain. Three loyal companions of...
Henry IV, 1st chapter, Siege of Paris, No. 6. Henry IV decided to go survey the edges of the capital. Ruggieri, provided with the letter stolen from the injured messenger, disguised himself as a...
Henry IV, 1st chapter, Siege of Paris, No. 7. In the Chateau of Loges. The coach was repaired ... the noblewomen could leave at dawn . . . Don't you recognize this coat of arms? The coat of arms...
Henry IV, 1st chapter, Siege of Paris, No. 8. Dolores de Mendoza and her companions remained under Crillon's guard. Watch the prisoner carefully! I swear to you that she will not leave this room...
On the night of August 1st, 1589, Marie Catherine de Lorraine, Duchess of Montpensier, sister of Mayenne, Leader of "the Leagu … " (Mrs. Claude Merelle) … proposed a treaty of alliance … to...
Henry III wanted to besiege Paris, after establishing his camp at Saint-Cloud. (Mr. Raoul Praxy) - My cousin Henriot, is he there? - I wish to deliver to your Majesty a petition from the Catholics of...
The wars continued. Henry of Navarre, now Henry IV, was preparing to fight a decisive battle around Ivry. - Keep your ranks, and follow behind my white plume! You will always find it on the path of...
… in these ruins, a man lives as a reprobate, hiding his name and his origin from everyone. It was Ruggieri, former astrologist for Queen Catherine de Medecis. Nightmare … -The Queen Catherine de...
Henry IV, 1st chapter, Siege of Paris, No. 5. Victorious at Ivry, Henry IV decided to lay siege to Paris and set himself up at the Chateau of Loges, close to Saint-Germain. Three loyal companions of...
Henry IV, 1st chapter, Siege of Paris, No. 6. Henry IV decided to go survey the edges of the capital. Ruggieri, provided with the letter stolen from the injured messenger, disguised himself as a...
Henry IV, 1st chapter, Siege of Paris, No. 7. In the Chateau of Loges. The coach was repaired ... the noblewomen could leave at dawn ... Don't you recognize this coat of arms? The coat of arms...
Henry IV, 1st chapter, Siege of Paris, No. 8. Dolores de Mendoza and her companions remained under Crillon's guard. Watch the prisoner carefully! I swear to you that she will not leave this room...
Henry IV, 2nd chapter, Ruggieri and the Montpensier, No. 1. Ruggieri, having escaped from Henry IV's camp, arrived at the gates of the capital ... I am carrying a message for His Greatness, the...
Henry IV, 2nd chapter, Ruggieri and the Montpensier, No. 2. At the Chateau of Loges. - Don't you know that I always wear a chainmail? - Why would you like to kill me? - What are you going to do...
Henry IV, 2nd chapter, Ruggieri and the Montpensier, No. 3. - Take my hat - this white plume could serve as a parliamentary pennant. At daybreak, Mayenne, Louis de Gonzaga, and the Duke of Mendoza...

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