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... of Madame Borghese is life-size; a sculpture of Pauline Bonaparte, Princess Borghese, she was the "wayward" sister of Napoleon but the only one of his siblings to visit him during his exile on Elba. In the art world this piece is known as "Paolina Borghese, Venus Victorious." The similarities between the two faces, one of Ebe, the other of Pauline Bonaparte, are striking. (Oh, to have had a camera in the early 1800s for a life photograph of Pauline Bonaparte.)
... s job. That is, your daddy had it and if he kept himself in good graces with the king, then you got the job when daddy passed.) And your responsibility in return for the king's favor and a cushy castle was to furnish him with fighters whenever he decided that he needed another war to add to his domain or his prestige. These fighters were known as knights. Knights were on the bottom rung of the nobility scale. But a knight was still way ahead of the vast majority of those ...
... our driving mishap during Hurricane Betsy. We didn’t wind up in LSU’s University Lake but in a canal along Airline Highway. (I have no idea how Buddy knows about this, he is younger than me, wasn’t at LSU at the time to my knowledge, but my sins seem to follow me like a bad dream.) During that event, Gee Gee and I, and dearly departed Stacy Freeman, (we are fraternity brothers) went on a midnight drive to New Orleans to get to the eye of Betsy which is ...
... misdemeanour and we judged it sufficiently safe to enjoy the local dish of
Our train journey to Collioure was uneventful despite our
fears that the 10 minutes our ticket allowed for the connection in Narbonne
would be insufficient. There were some interesting views of the coast and we
saw enough of Perpignan from the train to decide it would not make the most
appealing of day trips from Collioure.
Collioure is a ...
... has existed on the hill where Carcassonne now stands. The earliest known occupation of the site dates from the 6th century BC, when a protohistoric hill fort (oppidum ) was built on this rocky spur overlooking the valley of the Aude and the ancient routes linking the Atlantic with the Mediterranean and the Iberian peninsula with the rest of Europe. In the 1st century BC, this settlement, Carcaso Volcarum Tectosagum, became the ...