Atlas de Paris au Moyen Âge
Phillipe Lorentz, Dany Sandron
With its Paris 200.000 inhabitants in 1300, Paris is the largest city
of the medieval Occident.
If few medieval buildings are visible today in their quasi-integrity
much are preserved in a fragmentary way. These vestiges - and well
of others - mark out the urban screen whose aspects, changing with
the one millenium old wire, are restored by the old images and in many
districts, the current layout of the streets reflects the operations
of allotment which governed the installation of new come during the
Parigramme offers us with this Atlas de Paris au Moyen Âge a
really pleasant way to understand the nowadays Paris.
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