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French term from ‘entre’ meaning ‘in between’ and ‘fenêtre’ meaning ‘window’. See: CNRTL.

An entre-fenêtre in French (and English) means an artwork, usually a tapestry long and small, hung on the wall between two windows.

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The rich history of the Viking Age is a source of inspiration for my web site The Viking Archive, and for writing stories in general.

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