Arrival of Louis of France in England (1216). Louis (later King Louis VIII), son and heir of King Philip II Augustus of France, crosses the Channel to support the great English rebellion against King John and claim the English throne. For a time it looked as if England and Normandy might be reunited, under the Capetian dynasty of French kings. Matthew Paris, Chronica Majora, II, fol. 46v (50v).
средневековых палатки 3. Hiking home wealthy nobles could be of mixed types . Take, for example , in "Chronicle of Saint-Denis " described pavilion Philip Brave at Boulogne-sur- Mer ( 1393 ) " Pavilion Duke of Burgundy had huge size, more than anything else. He was so great and beautiful that attracted universal views. This pavilion was in the form of the city, surrounded by wooden towers and crenellated clumps .