Many of the moulds in stone and plaster, for the ornaments which were used on the roofs and finials at beaune are preserved.
A good specimen of this class is that at Cussi, near beaune, in France.
Yet, in spite of garish paint, we can echo Viollet-le-Duc's sentiment, that it is worth while to be ill at beaune.
He declared the chicken cooked too much, the peas too large, the salad too sour, and the beaune too new.
For my part, I would give all her consomms for a bottle of beaune.
A navet of the same species entailed a heavy tax upon the inhabitants of beaune, in France.
"Sounds good," said Merrihew, pouring himself a third glass of very indifferent beaune.
He became a priest in the order of the Oratory, and professor of rhetoric at beaune.
beaune was a fortified Roman camp and a stronghold during the middle ages.
The three-headed god may be the same as the horned god, though on the beaune altar they are distinct.