11 juin 2007

The Saint-Vosy church of Culhat

Culhat depended on the commandery of templiers of Foulhouze until XIVème century, then passed to the commandery knights of Saint-Jean-of-Jerusalem de Montferrand. One finds his past in his armorial bearings, which are: of azure to the lantern of died of the place of gold, accompanied in chief of two Maltese crosses by money. One finds there vestiges prehistoric and Gallo-Roman discovered with the field of Eguille and the Saint Martin's day Field. The Saint-Vosy church is of XIIème century: 3 naves and transept remade ... [Lire la suite]
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11 juin 2007

The lantern of died of Culhat

A lantern of deaths is a built building, of variable form, often slim (like a small slim tower), generally hollow and surmounted of an openwork house (at least three openings), in which in the twilight, one hoisted, often with a system of pulleys, a lit lamp, supposed to be used as guide with the late ones. Built for the majority around XIIème century, it is thought that these small hollow towers, surmounted of an openwork house and in which one hoisted in the twilight a lit lamp, played the part of a kind of... [Lire la suite]
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