Example sentences for: amiens

How can you use “amiens” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • After the more sober spirituality of the Romanesque churches, the soaring Gothic cathedrals of Chartres, Paris (Notre-Dame), Bourges, and Amiens were at once monuments to the glory of God and testimony to the sheer power, spiritual and temporal, of the Roman Catholic Church.

  • British troops arrived on the island in 1801 to protect against possible invasion by the French, but they were with­drawn following the Treaty of Amiens in 1802.

  • Not so to the British, Indians, Irish, and French; though it is no less interesting to not the different emphases of the British CED (Treaty of Amiens--a truce in the Napoleonic wars--but no Ireland) and the French PL (Ireland and the bloodily suppressed rébellion de 1798 but no Amiens).

  • In 1802 France reclaimed Martinique from Britain through the Treaty of Amiens.

  • Britain finally ceded the island to Spain in the year 1802, under the terms of the Treaty of Amiens.

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