The object of her visit was to persuade him to accompany her to Rheims, to celebrate his coronation in the cathedral of that city.
On the same day Rheims was bombarded, fifty shells falling there.
How many conversational pitfalls is "Rheims" responsible for!
But let us cease all this preparation and come to the events of Rheims.
It was at Rheims that I heard the name of Shakespeare for the first time.
The next year he returned to Rheims, and became archbishop of that diocese in 991.
The disengaging of Rheims, which had begun slowly, was now rapidly accomplished.
There is also glass of much the same sort at Poitiers, Bourges, and Rheims.
But now that the good priest Ugo of Rheims saw that his own home land was in trouble, he felt that there lay his duty.
But Joinville and Baldwin of Rheims rendered their comrades good service.
city in northeastern France, named for the Remi, a Gaulish people whose name is said to mean "dominant ones." The former French spelling was with an Rh-.