Aunis

Former province of France, corresponding to parts of the present départements of Charente-Maritime and Deux-Sèvres. It was united to the French crown in 1271 after having been...
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AUNIS

Association des Utilisateurs de Nomenclatures nationales et Internationales dans le domaine de la Santé
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Aunis

ancient province (pays) of western France, corresponding to the northern part of the modern département of Charente-Maritime with the southern part ...
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Aunis

Aunis (ōnēs') , small region and former province, W France, on the Atlantic coast. It is now part of the Charente-Maritime and Deux-Sèvres depts. and includes the islands of Ré and Oléron. La Rochelle, the historic capital and one of the leading ports of the region...
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Aunis

Aunis is a historical province of France, situated in the north-west of the department of Charente-Maritime. Its historic capital is La Rochelle, which took over from Castrum Allionis (Châtelaillon) the historic capital which gives its name to the province. It was a fief of the Duchy of Aquitaine. It extended to Marais Poitevin in the north, Bass...
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Aunis

Synonym for the grape variety Pineau d'Aunis; look there.
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