Lyonnais

The Lyonnais is a historical province of France which owes its name to the city of Lyon. The geographical area known as the Lyonnais became part of the Kingdom of Burgundy after the division of the Carolingian Empire. The disintegration of Imperial control, especially after the fall of the Hohenstaufens in 1254, led to French encroachment and even...
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Lyonnais

[n] - a former province of east central France
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Lyonnais

noun a former province of east central France; now administered by Rhone-Alpes
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Lyonnais

(grape variety) Synonym for the grape varieties Gamay. Gouget Noir. Melon de Bourgogne and peurion; look there.
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Lyonnais

historic and cultural region encompassing the eastern French départements of Loire and Rhône and coextensive with the former province of Lyonnais.
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Lyonnais

Lyonnais (lyônā') , region and former province, E central France, now divided into the Rhône and Loire depts. It included Lyonnais proper (the region around Lyons, its capital), which Philip IV acquired c.1307; the former counties of Forez and Beaujolais, annexed in 1531; and t...
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