National Geographic : 1932 Nov
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE "HIGH HATTING" BECAME FASHIONABLE IN MEDIEVAL COMPIEGNE Millinery creations of the time took many curious shapes-huge, fat hearts, double horns, crowns, turbans, miters, towers, and others. () National Geographic Society Natural Color Photographs by Gervais Courtellemont "THE SOLDIERS WILL DO BATTLE AND GOD WILL GIVE THE VICTORY" So spoke the Maid at Poitiers, at her examination by the learned doctors. These halberdiers wear the coat of arms granted to Compiegne by Philip II (Philip Augustus). At the same time he granted the city's motto, Regi el regnofidelissima-" Most faithful to king and realm."