Then he went to Chartres, and examined its scaly spires and quaint carving then he idled about Coutances.
In the same year he was crowned at Chartres, and in 1594 Paris opened her gates to him.
In spite of his many reverses, Eudes had greatly increased the power and repute of the house of Chartres.
They agreed to the terms and, pending their ratification, raised the siege of Chartres.
On the north faade of Chartres is carved Libertas under the image of a virtue.
She had not pastured in the meadows about Chartres with blind eyes.
If one were to see this at Chartres first, many of the other cathedrals would impress one as over-dressed, so to speak.
As for the two odd Rainbows; they appear'd at Chartres the 10.
She was hissed while performing at a concert given by the Duc and Duchesse de Chartres.
Until the death of his father, he bore the title of the Duke of Chartres.
cathedral city in central France, said to be named for the Carnutes, Gaulish people who had a sacred place there, whose name is said to be from a root meaning "rock, stone," but there is a famous "Druid Stone" at the church.