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Coun Veronica Nicholas, chairwoman of Llantrisant Community Council, said: "We are overjoyed to announce the twinning of Llantrisant with Crecy which I'm sure will bring many benefits to our town by celebrating and encouraging international links and friendship.
In a race where the free-running Shirocco Star set off in front, Belle De Crecy looked on from a close second.
Any one of them could work for this simulation, but I chose Crecy for a number of reasons.
While De Crecy leaves multiple threads of the narrative unresolved, his visual art stands out.
Among the highlights will be Etienne De Crecy, Errol Alkan, Simian Mobile Disco, The Youngsters, DJ Premier and Chris Coco spinning at various venues across the three cities.
Having fought their way through northern France, the bold English knights meet their biggest trial at the Battle of Crecy.
The King is mainly remembered because of his long years of war to assume the French throne and because of the stunning victories at Crecy and Poitiers.
Theatre meets history at Kenilworth Castle tomorrow and on Easter Monday with a recreation of the pageantry, excitement and action of the battle of Crecy.
Potage Crecy, or puree of carrot soup, was created to memorialize one of Napoleon's military victories.
The Black Prince, the royal son who fought brilliantly at Crecy in 1346, was the contemporary of languid Florentine adolescents who wore tight hose and short doublets as they strolled about in packs and often engaged in homosexual activity--teens from wholly different contexts.