Huguenot


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Huguenot

1. a French Calvinist, esp of the 16th or 17th centuries
2. designating the French Protestant Church
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What Navarre evidently understood even before the outset of a new civil war in 1585 was that Huguenot success depended not just upon the purely tactical matters of winning battles, seizing strongpoints, or manoeuvring troops to gain a territorial advantage -- the usual business of generals.
The cover of the publication features a photograph of the Huguenot Fort site and monument on Fort Hill Road, and inside the magazine are two articles about the Huguenot Memorial Society of Oxford.
Murdoch, deputy keeper of sculpture, metalwork, ceramics, and glass at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, edits contributions from well- known international scholars on the oeuvre and society of Huguenot goldsmiths.
He looks at the role of Huguenot philanthropists in the development of welfare reform in England and the establishment of institutions aimed at alleviating the situation of those in reduced or straitened circumstances.
Snyder announced the Leadership Council will spend between $40,000 - $60,000 apiece at Roosevelt, Largo and Huguenot high schools to renovate and recondition their playing fields.
Oxford's Huguenot Fort is becoming nationally known, since the National Huguenot Society is doing an article on how this town is keeping Huguenot history alive,'' she said.
In choosing 171 Huguenot Avenue, WestMed, one of Westchester County's fastest growing entities, is making a significant investment in New Rochelle that will serve the surrounding community for years to come," noted Tomasulo.
Huguenot ran once for David Wachman as a two-year-old in Ireland, finishing fourth, while Ghallab had four runs for Ed Dunlop.
of Montpellier, these articles reflect recent research on Huguenot religious culture, primarily in England and Ireland after the wars of religion.
A HUGUENOT cemetery is to be restored and opened to the public, it was revealed yesterday.
Stung by the execution of Philibert Hamlin, a priest and friend who had converted to Protestantism, yet often if not always protected by a stylish Catholic French' court that sought out Palissy's artisanship and ceramics, Palissy pursued a unique strategy of "artisanal security" for Huguenot craftsmen.
An Italian edition was printed in London in 1584, however, eight years after it was attacked by the Huguenot commentator Innocent Gentillet in his Discours contre Machiavel.