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GASTON FÉBUS OU LA CONSTRUCTION D'UNE LÉGENDE BÉARNAISE

Abstract : The Béarn region of southern France, benefits from a rich history that is often personified by the history of Count Gaston Fébus (1331-1391). For several decades the region has been trying to develop local tourism. The 2015 restauration of the Morlanne castle owned by the Department of the Pyrénées-Atlantiques provided archeologists with the opportunity to research the castles of this strategically important region situated at the border between the kingdoms of France and England. This project also encouraged a discussion on the future of these sites and the role of the local population.
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Nadine Béague. GASTON FÉBUS OU LA CONSTRUCTION D'UNE LÉGENDE BÉARNAISE. História: Questões & Debates, Universidade Federal do Paraná 2018, 66, pp.45 - 62. ⟨hal-02011266⟩

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