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Help for my thesis _ Seon St. henry

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MarcoLigurie

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Good morning to everybody, i apologize if i have to write in english, i hope that somebody can help me. I'm Marco and i live in Italy, in Loano (Liguria), so i'm very close to french border. I'm writing my thesis in architecture and i need to write something about diffusion of "tuile de Marseille" in the north west part of Italy. During a walk in a small neglected village which is called Balestrino, i found some rest of tuiles made in Seon St. Henri, so that's why i'm here, to ask somebody information about producion of tuile in this town. I even don't know if it's separate village or it's part of Marseille city. It would be nice if somebody could give me some info, even link to some webpage, about production of tuile in this region.
Please feel free to write in french, because i understand it good, even i can't use it in written language.
Thanks a lot to who can help me.
Marco


*celine*

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Je voudrais bien t'aider car je suis pas loin de Séon/saint Henri, mais je suis pas une super anglophone. d'autres ames bienveillantes pourront surement le faire ;)



Born_to_be_Marseillaise

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alors ça c'est pour CocoB

Welcome, we'll try to help you, one of us, know all that you need to know about "tuile of Marseille"

oops je n'avais pas lu la suite : bienvenue ! nous allons essayer de t'aider, une d'entre nous connait tout ce que tu as besoin de savoir à propos des tuiles de Marseille


cocobarnabite

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Yessssssssss !I can help you !
I'm a french guide and i'm specialised in some disctricts, some tipical subjects such as the "tuiles de l'Estaque + St Henry".
The foundations of these industries took place in the middle of the 19th Century ... around 1860.
It was in the Seon Valley especially, that means in the north of the town of Marseille, far away from the center ....
It was a real big and rich industry.
People who worked there came from the surroundings of Marseille especially.
The "tuiles" were made in big buildings where you had different grounds : each of them were specialised in something.
For exemple, on the ground floor, you had the owen and it was the ground where you had only men. On the firts floor, there were the "tuiles" which were layed for drying and it was the "women's land"...
There was one man who worked on the firt floor and he was supposed to know cvery well the winds  so that he could open or close the 300 windows (for the big buildings) depending on the strongness of the wind to dry the "tuiles".

.... Well ! If you want i can help you by sending you some researches that i have made about it !
You must know that these "tuiles" were exported everywhere in the world because of their special quality ! \:D/
Maybe we can write some MP ! Private messages so that we can have our Email box to share our knowledges !
Good luck ! :wink:

« Modifié: 23 novembre 2007 à 09:26:40 par cocobarnabite »


Coco

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Bravo, à CocoB pour ta réponse (elle est trop top notre guide à nous), et aussi à Marco pour sa recherche, car même nous, çà nous permet d'en apprendre plus...
Et puis les tuiles de Marseille, quand même !

Et Marco de Ligurie, puisque tu lis bien le français, je te souhaite quand même la  bienvenue parmi nous dans notre langue !


MarcoLigurie

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Thanks to everybody! I studied french on the intermediate school, for 3 years but at the high school i studied english, so now i have bad abilities in both languages...it would have been better to study french as best as possible :-) That's why now i can't understand it.
For CocoB, please feel free to write me on my mail address: caponordinvespa@libero.it
I'm interested on the way this tuile were made but most of all i need to understand in which way they became famous in Liguria, because before XX century all roof were made by stone and they were made in a way that it was possible to walk on them,, but with the XX century everybody started to build roof made by wood and tuile from Marseille, which are used also now to cover roof.
And, i'd like to ask you if you have some word like "supenna" and if this word has some meaning for you.
So, please everybody feel free to write me in every moment to my private mail address!
Thank you!
Marco - Loano


MarcoLigurie

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Hello cocobarnabite, it would be great to receive your material. The tuile that i found was made by "guichard et pierre freres-seon st. henry". You can write me on caponordinvespa@libero.it
It would be very helpful for my work, and of course later i will send you my work and my material. Remember that ican read in french without any problem.
Thank you!
Marco


Rillette

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Hello cocobarnabite, it would be great to receive your material. The tuile that i found was made by "guichard et pierre freres-seon st. henry". You can write me on caponordinvespa@libero.it
It would be very helpful for my work, and of course later i will send you my work and my material. Remember that ican read in french without any problem.
Thank you!
Marco

Hi Marco, I have found some new information for your thesis. I'm not sure that you read frequently this forum, so I'll send you an email.
Good luck !


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Dommage de voir un Italien être obligé de communiquer en langue américaine avec des Provençaux !


Rillette

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Dommage de voir un Italien être obligé de communiquer en langue américaine avec des Provençaux !


J'aurais pu lui répondre en allemand, en espagnol, en héreu (transcit avec l'alphabet romain j'peux encore te dire : ken, ani medaberet ksat ivrit), l'italien je le comprends, mais je ne le parle pas. j'y suis hermetique. :twisted:


 

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