- Joan of Arc Ring Back in France After 600 Years in UK
- Now, as the trial continued, they wanted to know about her silver ring, which had been seized by the English-allied Burgundians following her capture in the spring of 1430 during an assault on Compiegne. Joan of Arc ring sold at auction.
- One ring to fool them all?
- The one given to her by her parents was by this time in the possession of the Burgundians, England's allies, who had caught her. On it were the names of Jesus and Mary and also, she thought, there were three crosses. The other ring, given to her by her ...
- Why it's so hard to pin down where a pinot noir comes from
- Conveniently, the line-up for this year included two Burgundians – Etienne de Montille and Domaine des Lambrays' Thierry Brouin – and two torchbearers for “New World” (i.e. non-European) pinot – Beaux Freres' Michael Etzel from Oregon's Willamette ...
- Muscadet is not just for oysters
- Muscadet is the name of a wine made from a grape known as melon de bourgogne or, now that the Burgundians have grown offended at the relation and raised an official stink, melon B, or just melon.
- 'Joan of Arc ring' returned to France
- “She also said that this ring was in the hands of the Burgundians. There is no evidence that the Burgundians gave it to English Cardinal Henry Beaufort. Dr Bouzy added that authentication of such objects is complicated.
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