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« Les jardins au Moyen Âge »

Lecture at Guémené-sur-Scorff
  • Conference from 10:30 am to 12:00 pm, led by Pierre-Jean Le Rohellec teacher and research historian. Following the collapse of the Roman Empire invaded by the Barbarians, in the 5th century, the populations, cut off from Rome, gathered around the monasteries, which remained the center of human life and which influenced the design of the medieval garden. There is no garden in Europe today from the Middle Ages; we therefore only have reconstructions made from texts and tables. But, most are...
    Conference from 10:30 am to 12:00 pm, led by Pierre-Jean Le Rohellec teacher and research historian. Following the collapse of the Roman Empire invaded by the Barbarians, in the 5th century, the populations, cut off from Rome, gathered around the monasteries, which remained the center of human life and which influenced the design of the medieval garden. There is no garden in Europe today from the Middle Ages; we therefore only have reconstructions made from texts and tables. But, most are not accurate descriptions of the gardens, but allegories of paradise. Free participation. Organized by the Kastell Kozh association.
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  • On November 15, 2020