The Middle Ages and the birth of the rural world
The Middle Ages
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Cottenchy (Somme). The photograph reveals a Gallo-Roman villa to one side of a large, isolated farm in the modern Picardy countryside. Lillebonne (Seine-Maritime). A Gallo-Roman theater: the only surviving monument from the town of Juliobona.
Cottenchy (Somme). The photograph reveals a Gallo-Roman villa to one side of a large, isolated farm in the modern Picardy countryside. Lillebonne (Seine-Maritime). A Gallo-Roman theater: the only surviving monument from the town of Juliobona.
Among the great palaces from the Early Middle Ages, only the location is visible of this one at Quierzy (Aisne). It was occasionally used as a royal residence between 686 and 892. The razed abbey at Arrouaise, near Transloy (Pas-de-Calais).
Among the great palaces from the Early Middle Ages, only the location is visible of this one at Quierzy (Aisne). It was occasionally used as a royal residence between 686 and 892. The razed abbey at Arrouaise, near Transloy (Pas-de-Calais).
The leveled remains of an enigmatic medieval structure at Flesselles (Somme). The raking light highlights a circular earth levee around a feudal mound. Fressenneville (Somme).
The leveled remains of an enigmatic medieval structure at Flesselles (Somme). The raking light highlights a circular earth levee around a feudal mound.
Fressenneville (Somme).


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