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The Arts in the Middle Ages and at the Period of the Renaissance

by Paul Lacroix

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PREFACE TO THE SECOND FRENCH EDITION
More than twenty years ago we published, with the aid of our friend Ferdinand Séré, whose loss we regret, and with the cooperation of other learned men and of the most eminent writers and artists, an important work, entitled "The Middle Ages and the Renaissance."
FURNITURE:
ORDINARY HOUSEHOLD, AND APPERTAINING TO ECCLESIASTICAL PURPOSES
We shall be readily believed when we assert that the furniture used by our remote ancestors, the Gauls, was of the most rude simplicity.
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