Immediately to the southward of Le Puy is that marvellous country known as the cevennes.
When Brousson first went into the cevennes, he did not undertake to preach to the people.
To the eastward, the protection of the cevennes makes the warm season advance sooner.
The hunted pastors of the cevennes were falling off one by one.
It turned into a war which was scarcely less essentially religious than the wars of the cevennes or of the Anabaptists.
It spread from Dauphiny to Viverais, and from thence into the cevennes.
The wasting persecutions of the Calvinists in the mountains of the cevennes drove men and women wild with desperate fanaticism.
One of them was the last pastor of Collet-de-Deze in the cevennes.
Seguier has been characterised as "the Danton of the cevennes."
(p. 142) in Piedmont, were now occupied in the same work in the cevennes.