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More Precisions on How the Chart of the Castrum of Dijon at The Carolingian Times was Made

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That illustration of the castrum of Dijon by the Carolingian times was made by us as we took the basic data for from 'Histoire de Dijon', under the direction of P. Gras, Privat Editions, 1987, France. Such data are reflecting too the text of the page. Let's give, here, some more precisions about the choices we made concerning that representation

Dijon, at the Carolingian times, really looked like a powerful castrum, with its 30-ft tall and 15-ft wide walls which likely presented a strong interest both in terms of trade anymore and of the military

Website Manager: G. Guichard, site Learning and Knowledge In the Carolingian Times / Erudition et savoir à l'époque carolingienne, http://schoolsempire.6te.net. Page Editor: G. Guichard. last edited: 12/28/2010. contact us at ggwebsites@outlook.com
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