Pour l'instant, "on n'a trouve aucune parade", indique le biologiste marin francais Nardo Vicente, de l'institut d'oceanographie Paul-Ricard, specialiste de ce coquillage dont la fine barbe, le byssus, aurait servi, selon la legende, a tisser la celebre Toison d'or
de l'Antiquite grecque.
These residences are the first newly built residential units created along La Toison d'Or
Avenue in over 50 years in uptown Brussels.
Apple selected the shopping center in (http://www.latoisondor.com/W/do/centre/accueil) La Toison d'Or
, located in the French city of Dijon to open its 13th Apple Store in the country.
We finished our night off with molecular cocktails at the Crystal Lounge in Avenue de la Toison d'Or
Their use in Thiry and Boyvin's strange sexualized images for the 1563 Livre de la conqueste de la Toison d'or
leads to a provocative analysis of homosocial and homosexual bonding, in art and the Renaissance male workplaces, as she explores 'the eroticism of collaboration in a homosocial framework' (p.
If you are looking for Belgian chocolate, one of the finest makers, Corne Toison d'Or
, has an irresistible store here.
travel: Brussels; 10 great reasons to visit... You might think of Brussels as the dull, bureaucratic capital of the European Union. Think again. Imagine a heady mix of amazing beer styles, delicious chocolate, food of French quality but in German-size portions, medieval buildings, Art Nouveau, great galleries, museums, shops and, just for a laugh, comics. Here's the top 10
Next, try the many chic boutiques on the very elegant Avenues de la Toison D'or
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ANDROMEDE and La Conquete de la Toison d'or
have a largely unenviable status in Corneille's oeuvre.
Ave de la Toison d'Or
- either side of the Louise metro station for classy boutiques.
Wade examines a marriage ballet given in Gottorf in 1650; Amy Wygant considers Corneille's Conquete de la Toison d'Or
, Rubens's Medici cycle, and the heroic emblem; Judi Loach discusses the structure and content of the ceremonial marking of the opening of the school year at the College Louis-le-Grand in Paris in the late seventeenth century; the final essay, by Mary-Lou McKenna, discusses Swinburne's awareness and understanding of emblems, including Vaenius's and Quarles's, and the effect of this on some of his work.