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Re: Questions for Sinclair de la Behottiere
>From the ruin the Seine is one one hand the 2/3 m awayEpte on the other the
ruin stands about 1000 meters from the Seine it is clearly visable from the
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From: John S. Quarterman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, June 09, 1999 2:23 AM
Subject: Re: Questions for Sinclair de la Behottiere
> >As you
> >cross the Epte river, there are magnificent ruins of the fortress of
> >Andelys. This is the gateway to Normandy. It was in this fortress that
> >Richard Coeur de Lion was held captive. A fortified castle, which
> >apparently predates the arrival of Saint Clair at Cherbourg in
> >Normadie. Coutintin he arrived in approximately 867.
> Isn't les Andelys on the Seine, not the Epte?
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