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Lectoure is a commune in the Gers department in the Midi-Pyrénées in southwestern France.
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The Secret Art of the Performer by Eugenio Barba, Nicola Savarese
Lectoure 1989 (texts by E.Barba, M.Borie, P.Cardona, P.Giacché, P.Pavis, J.M. Pradier, F.Ruffini and F.Taviani). Savarese, Nicola ed., Terra d'Otranto, special issue: ISTA Salento. Dialoghi Teatrali, Lecce 1987 (texts byA.Bandettini, E.Barba ...
The Celtic Encyclopedia (1998)
by Harry Mountain
CENTER Guéret, Creuse INCLUDES Celtic archeology NAME Musée Archeologique Departemental CENTER Hastingues, Aquitaine INCLUDES prehistoric artifacts NAME Musée de Lectoure CENTER Lectoure, Gers, N of Auch INCLUDES ...
by Carl Waldman, Catherine Mason
They lived in Gaul around present- day Lectoure in southwestern France at least by the first century B.C.E . and are discussed as CELTS or GAULS. Lectoure takes its name from the tribal name.
A dictionary, geographical, statistical, and historical, of the various countries, places, and principal natural objects in the world (1866)
by John Ramsay M'Culloch
LECTOURE (an. Lactam, and Cicitas Lacto- ratensis), a town of France, dep. Gers, cap. arrund.. on the summit of a steep isolated rock, 19 m. N. Auch. Pop. 5,914 in 1861. The town was formerly surrounded with a triple range of strong walls, ...
In Three Alphabets, Containing, I. Words the Same in Sound, But of Different Spelling and Signification; with which are Classed Such as Have Any Similarity in Sound. II. Words that Vary in Pronounciation and Meaning as Accentuated Or Connected. III. The Changes, in Sound and Sense, Produced by the Addition of the Letter E. ... With Appendix, Comprising the Proper Names of the Old and New Testaments, and Apocrypha ... by John Murdoch
Lectoure, ]ek-tor'. A town in the department of Gers, in France lecture, lek'tur.. A reading: a discourse. LiCTOii, lik'lur. A beadle. fLEATir, leTH. Leath Ward is a < district in Cumberland. ' 'Leitii. A sea-port on the frith of the Forth, about a mile ...
A Geographical Dictionary, Representing the Present and Ancient Names of All the Countries, Provinces, Remarkable Cities ... (1688)
And Rivers of the Whole World: Their Distances, Longitudes and Latitudes by Edmund Bohun
Lactoracum, Lectoure. c- Ladeni, ...
Volume 1: Europe by Peter Nagy, Philippe Rouyer
Lectoure: Bouffonneries, 1987.
The Encyclopaedia britannica (1857)
or, Dictionary of arts, sciences and general literature by Thomas Stewart Traill
1*9000 II Lectoure. Places of Public buildings. taken out, exposed to the air, again oiled and beaten, which operations are repeated several times. After this the skins are hung up in a warm room, where they undergo a kind of fermentation ...
Encyclopaedia Perthensis; Or Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, &c. Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)
of Lectoure. • (5.) Puy Dfi Dome, a dep. of France, bounded /on the N. by that of the Allier ; E. by that of the Rhone and Loire ; S. by those of the Cantal, and ahe Upper ...
Of the Various Countries, Places, and Principal Natural Objects in the World by John Ramsay McCulloch
Lectoure has manufactures of serge and ...
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Royal Tannery, Lectoure front gate
Front Triumphal arch entrance to the Royal Tannery, Lectoure
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Scrabble value of L1E1C3T1O1U1R1E1
The value of this 8-letter word is 10 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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