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, ? It is entered via a sort of porch composed of two arcades, under the first of which are carved two adjoining shields, one with the arms of the Chaverson, the other with the arms of Gournay, differentiated by the sinister canton of Aboncourt, and under the second arcade, only one shield with the arms of Chaverson', vol.2, p.52, 1856.

;. «-carte-des-plafonds-peints-de-metz, J. Trapp, and S. Wagner, , p.171, 2013.

C. Nîmes, . Général, and . Gard, Details of these ceilings were given to me by Nathalie Pascarel who is currently preparing a thesis at the University of Paris IV under the direction of Philippe Lorentz: Recherches sur la décoration des intérieurs civils à Metz à la fin du Moyen Age. Les plafonds en bois peints des demeures de l'élite urbaine (XIII e -XVI e siècles, for which she is warmly thanked here. On the ceiling of 12-14 rue du Change: Nathalie Pascarel, Un décor civil exceptionnel de la première moitié du XV e siècle découvert à Metz en 1964 : le plafond peint de la maison n°12-14 rue du Change conservé au musée de La Cour d'Or, Master's thesis in History of Art and Architecture, vols. t. II: Les décors peints. Corpus des décors peints et armoriés du Moyen Age en France, vol.206, pp.277-284, 2000.

, mentioned in the 8 th century and then transformed into a collegiate church in the 12 th century, had been integrated into the cathedral during the 13 th century: Eugène Voltz, pp.65-105, 1994.

, Jehan Aubrion, pp.76-77

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P. Mercier and L. Heu?, , pp.518-520