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1800 Caux Region- OP
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channel for trade,’
Abbaye has stood still”
(68). Works Cited "Normandy Pasture." Photograph. Normandy Farmhouses. 2010. Web. 2 February 2013.
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"Le Nain." Photograph. Lib-art. n.p. Web. 5 February 2013. "The pastures stretch forth alongside a chain of low hills until they join the grasslands of the Bray country"(60). "Farming is costly because it takes a great deal of manure to fertilize the crumbly, sandy, stony soil" (61). Costume Clothing was mundane, with various neutral colors.
"He was wearing a black vest, a haircloth collar, gray trousers and -as he did in all seasons- a pair of well-shined boots with two parallel bulges over his big toes" (72). •Average Temperature: 71˚F - 33˚F
•Farms often encompassed by high earth banks, walls, and sheltering square of trees
•Flat, rocky terrain