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  1. Jeanne d'Albret (2474 bytes)
    1: [[Image:JeanneIII.jpg|frame|right|Jeanne d'Albret]]
    2: ...on, duke of Vendome]] and mother of [[Henry IV of France]].
    4: ...ew up at the French court. When she was thirteen, Francis married her to the Duke of Cleves, but this ...
    6: ...rince of the blood," who would become heir to the French throne if the Valois line died out.
    12: ...he siege of [[Rouen]]. Jeanne's son [[Henry IV of France|Henry]] now became "first prince of the blood...
  2. Joan of Arc (27453 bytes)
    2: ...[16th century]], embraced as a cultural symbol in French patriotic circles since the [[19th century]],...
    4: ...ponsible for a revitalization of [[Charles VII of France|Charles VII]]'s faction during the [[Hundred ...
    7: ...[[Duke of Orl顮s]] and later of [[Charles VII of France|Charles VII]]). The groups were involved in a...
    11: ...876]]) depicts Joan's awe upon receiving a vision from the [[archangel]] [[Michael (archangel)|Michael...
    16: ...May 7]], the remaining English forces were pulled from their [[siege]] lines on [[May 8]]. The lifting...
  3. Julia Child (8199 bytes)
    1: [[Image:Julia_child.jpg|frame|right|Julia Child holds up a [[Monkfish]].]]
    2: ...rench Cooking'' and the television series ''[[The French Chef]]'', which premiered in 1963.
    6: ...ood prepared by the family maid. After graduating from [[Smith College]] with a [[Bachelor of Arts]] d...
    10: ...formation Agency | U.S. Information Agency]] in [[France]].
    12: == Post-war France ==
  4. Claude Monet (4533 bytes)
    1: [[Image:ClaudeMonet.jpg|right|frame|Claude Monet]]
    2: ... [[1840]] – [[December 5]], [[1926]]) was a French [[impressionism|impressionist]] painter.
    4: Monet was born in [[Paris|Paris, France]], but his family moved to [[Le Havre]] in [[...
    8: ...e-Auguste Renoir]], [[Frederic Bazille]], and [[Alfred Sisley]]. Together they shared new approaches t...
    12: During the [[Franco-Prussian War]] ([[1870]] – [[1871]]), M...
  5. Castle (27805 bytes)
    1: A '''castle''' (from the [[Latin]] ''castellum'', diminutive of ''ca...
    2: ...expanded into pleasure dwellings and power houses from the late 15th century, their "castle" designati...
    10: ...st and foremost castles were places of protection from an invading enemy, a place of retreat. This can...
    11: ...e weapons, built in otherwise hostile territories from which to control surrounding lands.
    14: ...nd control of a region. A castle was a stronghold from which a lord or baron could control surrounding...
  6. Pope Innocent I (2364 bytes)
    3: ...deities; the pope happened, however, to be absent from the city on a mission to [[Flavius Augustus Hon...
    5: ...f the synod of the province of [[proconsular]] [[Africa]] held in [[Carthage]] in [[416]], which had b...
  7. Hundred Years' War (30012 bytes)
    3: ...ovince (or a group of provinces) within the Anglo-French unit" that was both battlefield and prize (Br...
    8: ... the conflict can be found 400 years earlier when Frankish [[Carolingian]] ruler [[Charles the Simple]...
    10: ...ns who still spoke a version of [[French language|French]], and could remember a time when their grand...
    13: ...ng three male heirs. The eldest son, [[Louis X of France|Louis X]], died in [[1316]], leaving only a d...
    15: ...ide in favor of the last brother, [[Charles IV of France|Charles IV]], without question.
  8. Faience (4113 bytes)
    4: The name is simply the French name for [[Faenza]], in the [[Romagna]] near ...
    6: ...ined tin-glazed earthenwares shipped to [[Italy]] from the [[kingdom of Aragon]] in Spain at the close...
    11: ...he blue-and-white [[porcelain]] that was imported from [[China]] in the early [[16th century|sixteenth...
    13: ... and Heusenstamm (1662), soon moved to nearby [[Frankfurt-am-Main]].
    15: ...ting museum devoted to faience, and followed by [[Rouen]] and [[Strasbourg]],
  9. William I of England (8753 bytes)
    7: ...alvados, France|Falaise]], [[Normandy]], now in [[France]], William succeeded to the throne of England...
    14: ...rp his place. King [[Henri I of France|Henry I of France]] knighted him at the age of 15. By the time ...
    23: ...ade the promise under duress and so may have felt free to break it.
    34: ...acing [[History of the English Language#Period of French Domination|English]] as the language of the r...
    38: ...e first two large Xs) on the Accord of Winchester from 1072.'']]
  10. Samuel de Champlain (12497 bytes)
    3: ...th America and then he would have to head back to France to regain funding. This article covers his tr...
    7: ... the [[St. Lawrence River]] and, on his return to France on [[September 20]], wrote an account of his ...
    9: ...ries, Champlain joined another expedition to New France in the spring of [[1604]] led by [[Pierre Dug...
    19: ...he men headed back, leaving Champlain with only 2 Frenchmen and 60 natives.
    21: ...ois turned and fled. This was to set the tone for French-Iroquois relations for the next one hundred y...
  11. Voltaire (48640 bytes)
    3: [[Image:Voltaire.jpg|frame|Voltaire]]
    4: ...y the [[pen name]] '''Voltaire''', was a [[France|French]] [[The Age of Enlightenment|Enlightenment]] ...
    8: ...his life, Voltaire sometimes implied that he came from a [[noble]] background.
    10: ...nism|Jansenist]] and had a poor relationship with François.
    12: ...Abbé de [[Châteauneuf]], a friend of François' mother, instructed him in ''les bel...

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