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March 3, 2011 - 3 went

Visit to the Musee de Cluny

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    The identity of the figures in the Gallery of Kings at Notre-Dame was for long uncertain, since their heads had been struck off during the Revolution. The discovery of 21 of the original heads in 1977 established that they were not kings of Judah, as had at one time been thought, but kings of France from Childebert I (511-588) to Philippe Auguste (1180-1223). The heads are now in the Musée de Cluny.

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