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Ariege, Canton, France in Europe

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France. Medieval stele, erected in 1960, in memory of the Ca Featured Ariege Print

France. Medieval stele, erected in 1960, in memory of the Ca

France. Medieval stele, erected in 1960, in memory of the Cathars were burned as heretics in the 13th century, after the crusade by Pope Innocent III. Meadow of Burned (Camp dels Cremats). Montsegur. Cathar Route

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans

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Romanesque Frescos, Cathedral St-Lizier, St-Lizier, Ariege, Midi Pyrenees, France Featured Ariege Print

Romanesque Frescos, Cathedral St-Lizier, St-Lizier, Ariege, Midi Pyrenees, France

© Doug Pearson / AWL Images Ltd

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Dolmen, Cap del Puetch, Ariège, France, c. 1865-1869. Creator: Arthur A. Taylor (French Featured Ariege Print

Dolmen, Cap del Puetch, Ariège, France, c. 1865-1869. Creator: Arthur A. Taylor (French

Dolmen, Cap del Puetch, Ariege, France, c. 1865-1869. A British-born photographer, Taylor lived in Marseille and became a member of the Societe Francaise de Photographie in 1860. Taking photographs in city parks and the surrounding countryside, as well as in Ariege and Seine-et-Oise, he often worked with the establishment G. Arosa et Cie in Saint-Cloud to produce his ink-based prints made from photographs according to the publisher's unique process. This print is likely made from a shellac base, for Taylor wrote several articles for British and American photographic journals on a shellac printing process in 1866 and 1867. After printing, the images would be mounted onto a heavy card stock and sold to be collected in albums. Here, the subject, a dolmen, or Neolithic tomb, reflects 19th-century interest in distant history and early monuments

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