Bayeux

Bayeux (bäyOO', Fr. bäyö') , town (1990 pop. 15,106), Calvados dept., N France, in Normandy, near the English Channel. It is a farm and communications center, noted for its lace industry. A Roman town and episcopal see from the 4th cent., it was burned (1105) by Henry I of Eng...
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Bayeux

Town in the département of Calvados, northern France, on the River Aure, 27 km/17 mi northwest of Caen; population (1999) 20,700. The town has an agricultural market, and industries include the production of pottery, lace, and processed foods. Its museum houses the 11t...
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Bayeux

town, Calvados département, Basse-Normandie région, northwestern France, on the Aure River, northwest of Caen. As Bajocasses, it was a capital of ...
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