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  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Henry II of France
The Valois Dynasty succeeded the Capetian Dynasty as rulers of France from 1328-1589.
François, Dauphin of France, (September 28, 1518 – August 10, 1536) was the 1st son and heir of King Francis I of France and Claude de France, daughter of Louis XII of France.
Claude de France (14 October 1499 – 20 July 1524), French queen by marriage and duchess of Brittany in her own right, was the eldest daughter of King Louis XII of France and Anne, the heiress of Brittany.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Henry-II-of-France   (4732 words)

 Claude of France - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Claude of France (14 October 1499 – 20 July 1524), Queen consort of France and duchess of Brittany in her own right, was the eldest daughter of Louis XII, King of France and Anne, Duchess of Brittany.
As the first wife of Francis I, King of France, she was the mother of King Henry II, King of France, and thus grandmother of the last three kings of the Valois line and also of Elisabeth, Queen of Spain, Claude, Duchess of Lorraine, and Marguerite, the queen of Henry IV, King of France.
Claude, the pawn of so much dynastic maneuvering, was short in stature and afflicted with scoliosis that gave her a small hunched back.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Claude_of_France   (630 words)

 Louis XII of France - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Louis XII, King of France was born on June 27, 1462 in the Chateau de Blois, France.
After Louis’s predecessor Charles VIII, King of France died childless, this marriage was annulled in order to allow Louis to marry Charles’ widow, Anne of Brittany (1477-1514), the heiress and daughter of Francis I of Brittany in a strategy meant to ally the French Monarchy with the duchy of Brittany.
Claude of France (1499 – 1524), later married to Francis I, King of France.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Louis_XII_of_France   (474 words)

Claude Gellee was born in the province of Lorraine in France during the first five years of the 17th century, the exact date of his birth in unknown.
Claude signed his name on the back of these drawings and included either the name of the patron who had commissioned the work or the city to which the painting was being sent.19 In this way, he could insure that his work could not be copied and passed off as an original.
Claude offers us a wonderful example of the different ways in which an artist uses drawings, and the degree to which they not only contribute to finished works of art, but how integral drawings are to an artist's creative process.
xroads.virginia.edu /~HYPER/DETOC/hudson/claude.html   (2671 words)

 Henry III of France - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Henri was born at the Royal Château of Fontainebleau, Seine-et-Marne, fourth son of King Henri II and Catherine de Medici, grandson of François I and Claude de France, and brother of François II and Charles IX of France.
Although he married Louise de Lorraine-Vaudémont (February 13, 1575) and was expected to produce an heir, he did not.
On December 23, 1588, at the Château de Blois, the Duke of Guise arrived in the council chamber where his brother the Cardinal waited.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Henri_III_of_France   (840 words)

 Encyclopédie :: encyclopedia : Histoire de France   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Le petit-fils de Louis XV, Louis XVI est le dernier monarque absolu d'un royaume miné par les problèmes financiers et budgétaires.
Cette période fut entrecoupée par l'épisode des Cent-Jours du 20 mars au 22 juin 1815 pendant laquelle Napoléon reprit brièvement le pouvoir.
De Gaulle refuse cette situation et, le 14 juin, il déclare : Nous combattons aux côtés des alliés, avec les alliés, comme un allié.
www.encyclopedie.cc /Histoire_de_France   (9127 words)

 Henry II of France - Simple English Wikipedia
Henry II of France (March 31, 1519 – July 10, 1559) was a King of France and a member of the Valois Dynasty.
Henry was born in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France, on March 31, 1519.
His parents were Francis I of France and Claude of France.
simple.wikipedia.org /wiki/Henry_II_of_France   (194 words)

 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: St. Claude de la Colombiere
In 1674 Father de la Colombière was made superior at the Jesuit house at Paray-le-Monial, where he became the spiritual director of Blessed Margaret Mary and was thereafter a zealous apostle of the devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
While awaiting his recall to France he was suddenly arrested and thrown into prison, denounced as a conspirator.
Thanks to his title of preacher to the Duchess of York and to the protection of Louis XIV, whose subject he was, he escaped death but was condemned to exile (1679).
www.newadvent.org /cathen/16026b.htm   (387 words)

 Claude de France Wed To Arnaldo La Cagnina - New York Times
Claude de France, the Princesse d'Orleans and the daughter of the pretender to the French throne, and Arnaldo La Cagnina, a publisher and former newsman, revealed yesterday that they were married on April 27 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
The bride is one of the 10 children of Henri Robert Ferdinand Marie, Louis-Philippe d'Orleans, Comte de Paris.
A descendant of Henry IV, the Comte de Paris traces his ancestry to Hughes Capet, founder of the Capetian dynasty and King of France in 987.
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 Comic creator: Claude Marin
Claude Marin started his comics career at a very young age.
His first steps in the field were illustrating the 'Rouletabosse Reporter' comic, on scenarios by its creator Marijac.
It was in 1979 when Claude Marin realized his childhood dream: drawing Disney comics.
www.lambiek.net /artists/m/marin-claude.htm   (208 words)

 Road to World Cup 2006
I will be spending the next few weeks on holiday with my family at out home in the South of France and that will give me plenty of time to dwell on the future.
I am told it is also a popular chant back home in France where 300,00 people gathered in the Champs Elysees after the win against Portugal on Wednesday.
I have never scored a goal for France and it would really be the cherry on the cake if I could get my first international goal in what will probably be my last game for my country.
worldcup-fr-uk.spaces.live.com   (1502 words)

 DR. CLAUDE BERNARD (1813-1878)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Claude Bernarde of France, early in life came under the influence of Francois Magendie (1783-1855) who was considered the father of experimental physiology in France.
As a student, Bernarde touched on so many areas in physiology that he was characterized by Louis Pasteuras "Physiology Itself." From research on the pancreas, the liver, he moved on to brain lesions with metabolic concomitants.
In France he shared with Johanon Frederick Horner (1831-1886)- credit for describing the so called Claude Bernarde Horner Syndrome.
www.uic.edu /depts/mcne/founders/page0009.html   (98 words)

 Louis Robert Pierre Claude Tascher De La Pagerie
TASCHER DE LA PAGERIE, Louis Robert Pierre Claude, Count and afterward Duke, West Indian soldier, born in Fort de France.
He was promoted lieutenant in 1806, assisted in the battle of Eylau, was aide-de-camp to Napoleon at the battle of Friedland, served under Junot in Portugal in 1808, was afterward aide-de-camp to Prince Eugene de Beauharnais, son of Empress Josephine, and, accompanying him to Bavaria in 1815, became a major-general in the Bavarian army.
By his marriage with Princess Marie de Leyen, he had several sons, one of whom was for some years French consul-general in New Orleans, Porto Rico, and Havana.
www.famousamericans.net /louisrobertpierreclaudetascherdelapagerie   (412 words)

 St-Claude, France. Travel guide & tourist information by Hostelbookers.com
Plusher accommodation can be found at the Jura Hôtel, 40 av de la Gare (tel, fax; €30–40) or Le Joly (tel; €30–40) in Le Martinet, 3km southeast of town on the Col de la Faucille road, right next to a campsite.
What gives purpose to the rest of the onward route from either St-Claude or Les Rousses are the superb views from the crest of the great fir-clad ridge that overlooks Lac Léman to the east.
If it's clear, the view is unbelievably dramatic from the Col or the GR footpath; the whole range of the western Alps stretches out before you, dominated by Mont Blanc, with the steely cusp of Lac Léman at your feet.
www.hostelbookers.com /guides/france/st-claude   (357 words)

 Les Productions d'OZ - ENGEL, Claude (France)
Claude Engel is born in 1948 in Paris.
In 1979, he took part in the recording of Starmania, in its original version; in 1986, he composed La fugue du petit Poucet, a musical tale inspired by a novel from Michel Tournier and played, among others, by Renaud, Jacques Higelin, Fabienne Thibault and Alain Souchon.
For Claude Engel, writing for the classical guitar has always remained a true secret garden whose borders and wealth are still unimagined.
www.productionsdoz.com /c216740.2.html   (255 words)

 Jean-Claude Killy: France's king of the ski slopes Contemporary Review - Find Articles
It was also the last of village France, with palpable limits, yet freedom from ephemeral diversions.
Killy attended the republican lay school staffed by a tough, but fair instituteur, who gave kids two afternoons a week to ski, and pushed Killy to jump farther and farther when he began competing in other parts of the region.
If one competed against older men, all the while assimilating some of their style, or fractured bones en route to the top, that was part of the process.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m2242/is_1670_286/ai_n13807626   (884 words)

 France Midwest Express 11/02 Culture   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Nov., 6-14: "A celebration of things French"/"Célébration de la Semaine du Français" at the Notre Dame University: Lectures, Concerts and French films.
Nov., 10,11: Concert of Eric Vincent, the "James Taylor" of France.
Nov., 19: Concert of the "Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France" at the University Musical Society Orchestra Hall.
www.consulfrance-chicago.org /France-Midwest/1102cult.htm   (725 words)

 Steinberg France - Claude Monnet
Claude Monnet a lancé en 2001 ses propres soirées Not 2 Bad (soul, funk, jazz, disco ou hip-hop) au Monkey Club et au Bus Palladium.
Laurent Garnier (FCom – France) // "Corps à Corps" is excellent.....it will go directly in my playlist on the radio and in my flightcase for this week end.
Claude Monnet présente Monica Nogueira – « Bahia Groove »
www.steinberg.fr /partners/cmonnet/cmonnet.php   (273 words)

 Claude's FotoPage - Fotopages.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
J'ai été tenu un peu éloigné de fotopages mais je vais bientôt revenir avec du nouveau matériel.
Quelques photos prises dans le centre de la France en Haute-Vienne pendant une (courte) semaine de vacances.
C'est une région magnifique, de monts couverts de bois et parsemée de plan d'eau.
claude.fotopages.com   (492 words)

In France food is a very important part of the culture.
The Arc de Triomphe is a monument built as a war memorial memorial.At the bottom of the
No trip to France would be complete with out a look at the Eiffel Tower.
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 CLAUDE BERNARD, Paris, France - Discount Hotel Reservations   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
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 Le Lifter HCD-03 de Claude Dupré ( France )   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Tout d'abord, merci de votre présence sur le web ainsi que pour votre volonté à partager des informations aussi passionnantes.
J'ai ensuite tenté de réaliser deux autres modèles originaux qui n'ont pas décollé mais qui m'ont forcé à mieux étudier l'effet Biefield-Brown et m'ont familiarisé avec les techniques de construction de l'ultra léger...
- À force de casser les baguettes de balsa en tendant le fil Corona, j'ai opté pour une imprégnation au vernis dilué à 50% pour les renforcer.
jlnlabs.imars.com /lifters/html/cdplift.htm   (916 words)

 Conseils pour alimenter un Lifter par Claude Dupré ( France )
La puissance totale délivrée par une THT n'est pas mortelle, mais le cœur humain n'apprécie pas de tel choc.
Donc pour la sécurité, il vaudra mieux pratiquer deux trous dans le moniteur et refermer le capot avant utilisation...
Si vous décider de réaliser cette expérience, ceci est à votre propre risque et je décline toute responsabilité en ce qui concerne les éventuels dommages matériels ou physiques causés.
jnaudin.free.fr /html/cdptht.htm   (1474 words)

 Claude Monet, French Painter
The goal was to capture temporary phenomena, and this was pursued in a systematic manner, according to the laws of optics and complementary color relationships; yet the result was often a sheer celebration of painting itself, an expression of Monet's delight in the colors, textures, and shapes of the landscape.
uring his youth Monet was struck by the constantly changing appearance of sea and sky on the north coast of France, near his native city of Le Havre.
Bibliography: Robert Gordon, Monet (1989); John House, Monet (1986); Claire Joyce, Claude Monet: Life at Giverny (1985); John Rewald and Frances Weitzenhoffer, eds., Aspects of Monet (1984); Denis Rouart and Leon Degand, Monet, trans.
www.discoverfrance.net /France/Art/Monet/Monet.shtml   (956 words)

 Balzan Foundation - Claude Lorius, France: a portrait   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Laudatio by the Chairman of the Prize Committee, Sergio Romano (pdf, 81kb)
Acceptance address by Claude Lorius at the Award Ceremony 2001 (pdf, 89kb)
Research projects supported by Claude Lorius (pdf, 59kb)
www.balzan.com /en/preistraeger/lorius.cfm   (58 words)

 Cannes Film Festival - France.com
The Cannes Film Festival is a prestigious international film festival.
It has been held annually in Cannes, in the south of France, since 1946 with a few exceptions.
Given massive media exposure, the Festival is attended by many movie stars and is a popular venue for movie producers to launch their new films and attempt to sell their works to the distributors who come from all over the globe.
www.france.com /docs/446.html   (409 words)

 Welcome to Claude Monet's
Located 80 km West from Paris France in the village of Giverny, 4 km from the town of Vernon, Claude Monet House and Gardens are now open to visitors.
This section describes the visit and presents photos of the water lily pond, Japanese bridge, Grande Allee, flower garden and more.
The Life of Claude Oscar Monet, from his birth in Paris in 1840 through his death in Giverny in 1926.
www.giverny.org /monet/welcome.htm   (238 words)

 Impression - Painting Quickly in France, 1860-1890 - Claude Monet
Impression - Painting Quickly in France, 1860-1890 - Claude Monet
No artist is more fully associated with the Impression than Claude Monet (1840-1926).
He began to paint rapidly executed, gestural paintings by the mid-1860s and took out-of-door, direct painting to new heights in 1868-69 with such works as Bathers at La Grenouillère.
www.clarkart.edu /exhibitions/paintingquickly/monet.cfm?nav=1   (213 words)

 Francis I Koenig VON FRANKREICH/Claude DE FRANCE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Born: 12 Sep 1494 at: Cognac, France Married: 1513-1523 at: Died: 31 Mar 1547 at: Rambouillet, France Father: Mother:Louise VON SAVOY Other Spouses: Claude VON FRANKREICH Eleanor VON OESTERREICH ELEANOR
Born: 1499 at: Died: 1524 at: Father:Louis XII King Of FRANCE Mother:Mary TUDOR Other Spouses:
Name: HENRY, II Born: 1519 at: Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France Married: 1533 at: Died: 1559 at: Spouses: Catherine DE MEDICES
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 Argenteuil by Monet, Claude, France, 1840 to 1926 Oil Painting On Canvas Hand Painted And Landscape Art
Argenteuil by Monet, Claude, France, 1840 to 1926 Oil Painting On Canvas Hand Painted And Landscape Art
"Argenteuil" by Monet, Claude, France, 1840 to 1926
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