Do you really know the treasures that are hidden a stone’s throw from your home? The Community of municipalities Nièvre & Somme invites you to a series of guided tours to (re)discover the territories to be explored…
It is a religious building dating back to the Romanesque period », Gaël Carré, from the archaeological service of the Regional Directorate of Cultural Affairs (Drac), summed up during the last review of the restorations of the Saint-Jean-Baptiste church.
On Friday, June 17, it is the archaeologist researcher at Archeodunum, Jean-Baptiste Vincent, who will present to the public the archaeological study of the building that he has carried out. According to him,
it is the only medieval church in the whole of Normandy that preserves ancient masonry dated to this day ». For him, the discovery was possible
because an integral stitching of the plasters of the masonry was carried out before repair, we carried out a reliable dating (IIe – IVe century) thanks to the analysis of the pieces of wood used for the construction of the walls.
Jean-Baptiste Vincent, whose research is carried out over a wide great West, believes
it is quite rare in the life of an archaeologist to find an architectural ensemble, of which so many periods of construction can be defined, from antiquity to the XVIIIe century. From a chronological point of view, it is an open book.
Friday, June 17, at 18 p.m., presentation of the archaeological study of the church. Conviviality room 56, rue du Général-de-Gaulle. Free entrance.
Two chapel restorations have recently taken place with the Chapelles & Co association: in Wambrechies, and in Mons-en-Baroeul. They were inaugurated and blessed.
Thevet-Saint-Julien. The restoration work of the church is progressing. The association linked to the project also relies on the return of outings to raise funds. Sunday, May 15, in the hall of …
Several churches are still waiting for regional subsidies or are promised for sale, or even condemned to demolition. The fate of the Church of Our Lady of the Holy Sepulchre,…
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Water infiltration problems and the solidity of the building are of concern to the municipality, which would like to be able to carry out work as soon as possible. Nets have already been installed to prevent the …
Since 2019, a major renovation project of the frames and roofs of the collegiate church of Eu has been underway. The last phase has just begun on the transept.
The calvaries are part of the religious heritage of our ancestors that must be respected and maintained. That of Tournebride, in Plouguenast-Langast (Côtes-d’Armor) is one of them.
The locations of Jewish heritage sites in Ukraine were conveyed to Anatoly Viktorov, the Russian ambassador to Israel, on Wednesday by Yaakov Hagoel, the president of the World Zionist Organization (WZO).
This initiative was taken in order to anticipate the damage that could be caused to these sites by the Russian military.
Ukraine is indeed home to very important heritage sites of the Jewish cultural and religious heritage. Among them are memorial sites and monuments to the victims of the Holocaust, such as those in Babi Yar, Lviv and Donetsk, Jewish cemeteries, synagogues and graves of important Jewish figures.
The map transmitted to the Russian ambassador was created as a result of a field survey specially conducted by the WZO.
It showed that a number of sites have already been damaged, and many are at risk of collateral damage due to the fighting raging in some parts of the country.
Anatoly Viktorov said that he would forward the document to Moscow as soon as possible.
« As a national organization of the Jewish people working for the sustainability of its existence and heritage, we must do everything in our power to preserve these sites for future generations, » Yaakov Hagoel said.
After 9 years of existence, the ACPSL (Association for Culture and Heritage of Saint-Lucien) continues its project to preserve the heritage of the Pays-de-Bray.