Carcassonne and de Mellay exchanged a word or two, and advanced towards Fatello.
The shield and lance of queen Carcas may yet be seen at Carcassonne.
More demonstrative, if not more earnest, was the feeling which the royal policy aroused in Carcassonne.
Makes me think of the machicoulis and pasterns at old Carcassonne.
Two snchausses were created—one at Nmes, the other at Carcassonne—each with its lesser divisions of vigueries and bailliages.
For some years the Inquisition of Carcassonne was suspended.
Not that Carcassonne, as redressed by M. Viollet-le-Duc, is deficient in clat; it has too much of it.
Carcassonne is the capital; other towns are Narbonne and Castelnaudary.
Carcassonne is the place from which the plants may be most certainly and cheaply obtained.
The attitude and position of Carcassonne enforce its character.