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1 French Land Register data, which excludes lakes, ponds, glaciers > 1 km2 (0.386 sq mi or 247 acres) and river estuaries. 2 Population without double counting: residents of multiple communes (e.g., students and military personnel) only counted once.

Meaux
Meaux
(French pronunciation: ​[mo]) is a commune in the Seine-et-Marne
Seine-et-Marne
department in the Île-de- France
France
region in the metropolitan area of Paris, France. It is located 41.1 km (25.5 mi) east-northeast of the center of Paris. Meaux
Meaux
is a subprefecture (sous-préfecture) of the Seine-et-Marne department. In France
France
a subprefecture is the chef-lieu (the seat or administrative capital) of an arrondissement: Meaux
Meaux
is the subprefecture of the arrondissement of Meaux.[1] It is also the chef-lieu of a smaller administrative division: the canton of Meaux. Finally, since its creation in 2003, Meaux
Meaux
has been the centre and the main town of an agglomeration community, the Communauté d'agglomération du Pays de Meaux.

Contents

1 Demographics 2 History and Culture 3 Relevant historical episodes

3.1 Middle Ages: Siege of Meaux 3.2 World War I: First Battle of the Marne

4 Sports 5 Transport 6 Education 7 People 8 International relations

8.1 Twin towns – Sister cities

9 See also 10 References 11 External links 12 Bibliography

Demographics[edit] With a population of 53,526 inhabitants in 2014, [2] Meaux
Meaux
is the second largest city in the Seine-et-Marne
Seine-et-Marne
department after Chelles (53,090 inhabitants in 2012).[3] Meaux
Meaux
is, with Provins, Torcy and Fontainebleau, one of the four subprefectures of the department of Seine-et-Marne, Melun
Melun
being the prefecture. History and Culture[edit] Inhabitants of Meaux
Meaux
are called Meldois. Both names Meaux
Meaux
and Meldois originated with the Meldi, the Latin
Latin
name of the original Gaulish tribe who occupied this area of the valley of the Marne river. Although during the Roman period the city was called Iantinum by the Romans,[4] the name of the Meldi persisted and was finally kept for naming both the city and its inhabitants.

The episcopal palace (bishop's palace). Behind the palace can be seen the Meaux
Meaux
Cathedral

Historical buildings and monuments in Meaux
Meaux
are mainly located in the old city, inside the old defensive walls, still nowadays partially kept thanks to an important segment of the original surrounding wall from the Gallo-Roman period. A meander of the Marne river divides the old city into the North Quarter (called among the Meldois as the Cathedral Quarter) and the South Quarter (known among the locals as the Market Quarter). In the North Quarter there is the Meaux Cathedral, the episcopal palace and its gardens (outlining the shape of a bishop's mitre), the old seat of the chapter (le vieux chapitre), part of the defensive walls (as mentioned), some keeps and towers, and the archaeological remains of the sanctuary of La Bauve, all-embracing the Gaulish period (4th, 3rd and 1st centuries BC), the era of the early Roman Empire (Gallo-Roman: 1st, 2nd and 3rd centuries AD) and the early Christian Era and subsequent centuries (from the 3rd to the 18th centuries, with the remains, among others, of the Saint-Faron Abbey, demolished during the French Revolution). The South Quarter of the old city mainly includes the historic covered market and the Canal Cornillon, built during the Middle Ages, in the year 1235.[5] Centuries later, in 1806, during the Napoleonic era, was built the Canal
Canal
de l'Ourcq, destined to the inland navigation when the Marne river is not navigable because of temporary sandbanks. Meaux
Meaux
is nowadays mainly known for Brie de Meaux
Brie de Meaux
(a variety of Brie cheese) and the local variety of mustard. Following the official administrative French AOC there are two designations of Brie
Brie
de Meaux: Brie de Meaux
Brie de Meaux
fermier ("farm Brie
Brie
de Meaux", made out of the milk from the cows of a single unique producer) and Brie de Meaux
Brie de Meaux
laitier (laitier, that is from the French lait, "milk", which designates here an agreement, a mixture of the milk of different producers). The Moutarde de Meaux
Meaux
(" Meaux
Meaux
Mustard") recipe is since the 18th century a label commercially owned by the Pommery company and is nowadays derived not only in its traditional well known form but also in a variety of new different ingredient combinations: Honey Mustard, Green Pepper Mustard, Moutarde Royale (that latter including Cognac
Cognac
in its composition) etc. Several festivals and concerts are celebrated in Meaux, venues for live music like the Music Festival "Musik'elles" (usually at the end of every summer). There's a local public concert band in Meaux: L'Harmonie du Pays de Meaux. It is constituted by three different ensembles, following different ages: Les Minimes (children), Les Juniors (teenagers) and L'Harmonie de Meaux
Meaux
(adults). The band is also one of the two official music academies of the town. The other one is the conservatory of the city. Also, every summer for more than 30 years, during several weekends per summer, a show is played by stage actors in the esplanade situated between the cathedral and the episcopal palace: the Spectacle historique ("History show"). The show represents the history of Meaux all along the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, and also, more recently, during World War I
World War I
(the German advance had been halted at Meaux
Meaux
in 1914 during the First Battle of the Marne). There is only one cinema in Meaux: The Majestic, a former stage theatre. In modern days there are three stage theatres in the city. One is the Théâtre Gérard Philippe, a private theatre, situated close to the covered market.[6] Not far from the market, in the same area but in a bigger and more recent building, there is the official subsidised theatre of the city, the Théâtre Luxembourg, divided in two separated auditoriums in the same building: the Salle Luxembourg (601 seats) and the Salle du Manège (107 seats). In an eastern area of Meaux, the Beauval quarter, there is the third stage theatre of the town, the Salle Champagne (200 seats), located in the Espace Caravelle, a building dedicated to cultural activities.[7] Private theatre companies and community arts associations play in all three theatres.[8] Two museums can be found in Meaux: the Musée Bossuet
Musée Bossuet
(located in the episcopal palace, this is the art and history museum of Meaux) and the Musée de la Grande Guerre du pays de Meaux
Meaux
[fr] (the largest World War I Museum in the world). Relevant historical episodes[edit]

La Liberté éplorée or "The American Monument", erected to the memory of the French casualties during the Battle of the Marne

The inscription in the slab, at the pedestal of the monument, in the rear side. The front side inscription is in French

Middle Ages: Siege of Meaux[edit] The Siege of Meaux
Siege of Meaux
was fought in 1422 between the English, under Henry V, and the French during the Hundred Years' War. The town's defence was led by the Bastard of Vaurus, by all accounts cruel and evil, but a brave commander all the same. The siege commenced on October 6, 1421, and mining and bombardment soon brought down the walls. Casualties began to mount in the English army, including John Clifford, 7th Baron de Clifford who had been at the siege of Harfleur, the Battle of Agincourt, and received the surrender of Cherbourg. The English also began to fall sick rather early into the siege, and it is estimated that one sixteenth of the besiegers died from dysentery and smallpox. On 9 March 1422, the town surrendered, although the garrison held out. Under continued bombardment, the garrison gave in as well on 10 March, following a siege of six months. The Bastard of Vaurus was decapitated, as was a trumpeter named Orace, who had once mocked King Henry. Sir John Fortescue was then installed as English Captain of Meaux
Meaux
Castle.[9] World War I: First Battle of the Marne[edit] During the First Battle of the Marne
First Battle of the Marne
(September 1914), the German troops were stopped at the gates of Meaux. This heroic action not only prevented the city from being taken by the Germans but also changed the course of the war. In 1932, at the place of the battlefield, the people of the United States
United States
of America had a monument erected in the memory of the French soldiers fallen in action. Called, in French, La Liberté éplorée ("The Tearful Liberty"), the sculpture by Frederick MacMonnies is popularly known among the French as Le Monument américain ("the American monument"). Coordinates: 48°58′23″N 2°54′18″E / 48.973°N 2.905°E / 48.973; 2.905 In 2011, besides the Monument, was built the World War I
World War I
Museum (Musée de la Grande Guerre du pays de Meaux
Meaux
[fr]). Sports[edit] The town is represented by the CS Meaux association football club. Many other sports are also practiced in Meaux, especially water sports. There are in Meaux, for example different sporting clubs dealing with canoeing (mainly practiced in the Canal
Canal
de l'Ourcq), scuba diving (the club "Asterina", named after a starfish genus, trains in the swimming pools of the city), swimming (Club sportif Meaux
Meaux
Natation) etc. Transport[edit] Meaux
Meaux
is served by Meaux
Meaux
station on the Transilien Paris
Paris
– Est suburban rail line and on several national rail lines. The rail line connecting Paris
Paris
to Meaux
Meaux
was established in 1849. The nowadays SNCF train station, still in use, was built in 1890.[10] Alongside the Meaux
Meaux
rail station there is also the main bus station in the city, with more than 30 bus lines serving the whole eastern Paris metropolitan area. Education[edit] The commune has 36 public preschools and elementary schools.[11] Public junior high schools in Meaux:[12]

C.E.S. Beaumarchais C.E.S. Camus C.E.S. Henri Dunant C.E.S. Frot C.E.S. Henri IV

Public senior high schools in Meaux:[12]

Lycée Jean-Vilar Lycée Moissan Lycée Pierre de Coubertin L.E.P. Charles Beaudelaire

Lycée du Gué A Tresme is in nearby Congis-sur-Thérouanne. Private Catholic secondary schools:[12]

Collège International Sainte-Marie Lycée Technologique, Professionnel et Post-Bac Jean Rose et son UFA Lycée Général International Bossuet et sa Filière Supérieure

People[edit]

Jean-Baptiste de La Noue
Jean-Baptiste de La Noue
(1701–1760), 18th-century French playwright Léon Charles Thévenin, Engineer, developed a famous theorem (under his name) for electrical circuits. Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet, bishop of Meaux
Meaux
from 1681 to 1704. Yechiel of Paris, rabbi and tosafist, originally from Meaux Philippe de Vitry, bishop of Meaux
Meaux
as of 1351, musical composer and author of the Ars Nova Notandi treatise. Gilbert du Motier, marquis de Lafayette
Gilbert du Motier, marquis de Lafayette
French Congresseman (député) and Mayor of Meaux. One of the most trusted aides of George Washington during the US Revolution : he was a General based in Virginia and led French and American troops against British. Joop Zoetemelk
Joop Zoetemelk
-cyclist. Zoetemelk and his French wife owned and operated a hotel in Meaux, still open nowadays: Le Richemont. L'aigle de Meaux
Meaux
- fictional character. L'aigle (sometimes known as Bossuet) was a character in Victor Hugo's Les Miserables. In the book, he petitioned for a post office to be created in Meaux. Olivier N'Siabamfumu
Olivier N'Siabamfumu
footballer. Chris Mavinga
Chris Mavinga
footballer. Eric Judor, actor and comedien. John de Cheam, died and buried here. Alexis Soyer, celebrated chef in Victorian London, was born here. Jean-François Copé, the current Mayor of the town, Deputy (Député) for the 6th constituency of Seine-et-Marne, President of the Union for a Popular Movement (UMP from 2012-2014) group in the French National Assembly. Lucas Digne
Lucas Digne
footballer.

International relations[edit] See also: List of twin towns and sister cities in France Twin towns – Sister cities[edit] Meaux
Meaux
is twinned with:

Reading, United Kingdom[13][14] Basildon, United Kingdom[15][16]

See also[edit]

France
France
portal

Count of Meaux Diocese of Meaux Meaux Abbey
Meaux Abbey
(UK) (map) Battle of Mello Brie
Brie
(cheese) Communes of the Seine-et-Marne
Seine-et-Marne
department

References[edit]

^ Meaux, as mentioned in the INSEE, the French official statistics institute ^ "Comparateur de territoire − Commune de Meaux
Meaux
(77284) Insee". www.insee.fr (in French). Retrieved 2018-03-19.  ^ Population of the commune of Chelles: 2012 census (conseil-general.com, official website for all data concerning every French commune) ^ A Meaux, qui s'appelait alors Iantinum in Tabbourt.com, a history specialised website ^ History and heritage of the rivers and canals of France
France
(in French) ^ Théâtre Gérard Philippe Archived 2013-06-30 at the Wayback Machine., official website ^ Official website of both Théâtre Luxembourg and Salle Champagne ^ The Espace Caravelle, as described in the official website of the city of Meaux ^ As the 1638 Fortescue mural monument in Weare Giffard
Weare Giffard
Church, Devon, relates ^ Ligne de chemin de fer (1849) and Gare de chemin de fer (1890). Source: Meaux
Meaux
official website. ^ "Etablissements Scolaires." Meaux. Retrieved on September 3, 2016. ^ a b c "Les collèges et lycées." Meaux. Retrieved on September 3, 2016. ^ "British towns twinned with French towns". Archant Community Media Ltd. Retrieved 2013-07-11.  ^ "Reading - Town Twinning". Reading Borough Council. Archived from the original on 2013-05-09. Retrieved 2013-07-14.  ^ "British towns twinned with French towns [via WaybackMachine.com]". Archant Community Media Ltd. Archived from the original on 5 July 2013. Retrieved 2013-07-20.  ^ Basildon
Basildon
Council - Basildon's Twin Towns, Heiligenhaus & Meaux Archived 2005-11-23 at the Wayback Machine.

External links[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Meaux.

Wikisource
Wikisource
has the text of the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica article Meaux.

Official website (in French) Pictures of Meaux
Meaux
Cathedral:[1], [2], [3] 2003 Land Use, from IAU ÎdF (Institute for Urban Planning and Development of the Paris-Île-de- France
France
région (in French) French Ministry of Culture list for Meaux
Meaux
(in French)

Bibliography[edit]

Patrice CROISY : Bibliographie de Meaux
Meaux
(Meaux, 2006–2009). This database includes over 8 000 articles and books on Meaux
Meaux
and neighbourhood. Some of them are in English.

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Seine-et-Marne
department

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Champdeuil Champeaux Champs-sur-Marne Changis-sur-Marne Chanteloup-en-Brie La Chapelle-Gauthier La Chapelle-Iger La Chapelle-la-Reine La Chapelle-Moutils La Chapelle-Rablais La Chapelle-Saint-Sulpice Les Chapelles-Bourbon Charmentray Charny Chartrettes Chartronges Châteaubleau Château-Landon Le Châtelet-en-Brie Châtenay-sur-Seine Châtenoy Châtillon-la-Borde Châtres Chauconin-Neufmontiers Chauffry Chaumes-en-Brie Chelles Chenoise Chenou Chessy Chevrainvilliers Chevru Chevry-Cossigny Chevry-en-Sereine Choisy-en-Brie Citry Claye-Souilly Clos-Fontaine Cocherel Collégien Combs-la-Ville Compans Conches-sur-Gondoire Condé-Sainte-Libiaire Congis-sur-Thérouanne Coubert Couilly-Pont-aux-Dames Coulombs-en-Valois Coulommes Coulommiers Coupvray Courcelles-en-Bassée Courchamp Courpalay Courquetaine Courtacon Courtomer Courtry Coutençon Coutevroult Crécy-la-Chapelle Crégy-lès-Meaux Crèvecœur-en-Brie Crisenoy Croissy-Beaubourg La Croix-en-Brie Crouy-sur-Ourcq Cucharmoy Cuisy Dagny Dammarie-lès-Lys Dammartin-en-Goële Dammartin-sur-Tigeaux Dampmart Darvault Dhuisy Diant Donnemarie-Dontilly Dormelles Doue Douy-la-Ramée Échouboulains Les Écrennes Égligny Égreville Émerainville Esbly Esmans Étrépilly Everly Évry-Grégy-sur-Yerre Faremoutiers Favières Faÿ-lès-Nemours Féricy Férolles-Attilly Ferrières-en-Brie La Ferté-Gaucher La Ferté-sous-Jouarre Flagy Fleury-en-Bière Fontainebleau Fontaine-Fourches Fontaine-le-Port Fontains Fontenailles Fontenay-Trésigny Forfry Forges Fouju Fresnes-sur-Marne Frétoy Fromont Fublaines Garentreville Gastins La Genevraye Germigny-l'Évêque Germigny-sous-Coulombs Gesvres-le-Chapitre Giremoutiers Gironville Gouaix Gouvernes La Grande-Paroisse Grandpuits-Bailly-Carrois Gravon Gressy Gretz-Armainvilliers Grez-sur-Loing Grisy-Suisnes Grisy-sur-Seine Guérard Guercheville Guermantes Guignes Gurcy-le-Châtel Hautefeuille La Haute-Maison Héricy Hermé Hondevilliers La Houssaye-en-Brie Ichy Isles-les-Meldeuses Isles-lès-Villenoy Iverny Jablines Jaignes Jaulnes Jossigny Jouarre Jouy-le-Châtel Jouy-sur-Morin Juilly Jutigny Lagny-sur-Marne Larchant Laval-en-Brie Léchelle Lescherolles Lesches Lésigny Leudon-en-Brie Lieusaint Limoges-Fourches Lissy Liverdy-en-Brie Livry-sur-Seine Lizines Lizy-sur-Ourcq Lognes Longperrier Longueville Lorrez-le-Bocage-Préaux Louan-Villegruis-Fontaine Luisetaines Lumigny-Nesles-Ormeaux Luzancy Machault La Madeleine-sur-Loing Magny-le-Hongre Maincy Maisoncelles-en-Brie Maisoncelles-en-Gâtinais Maison-Rouge Marchémoret Marcilly Les Marêts Mareuil-lès-Meaux Marles-en-Brie Marolles-en-Brie Marolles-sur-Seine Mary-sur-Marne Mauperthuis Mauregard May-en-Multien Meaux Le Mée-sur-Seine Meigneux Meilleray Melun Melz-sur-Seine Méry-sur-Marne Le Mesnil-Amelot Messy Misy-sur-Yonne Mitry-Mory Moisenay Moissy-Cramayel Mondreville Mons-en-Montois Montceaux-lès-Meaux Montceaux-lès-Provins Montcourt-Fromonville Montdauphin Montenils Montereau-Fault-Yonne Montereau-sur-le-Jard Montévrain Montgé-en-Goële Monthyon Montigny-le-Guesdier Montigny-Lencoup Montigny-sur-Loing Montmachoux Montolivet Montry Moret-Loing-et-Orvanne Mormant Mortcerf Mortery Mouroux Mousseaux-lès-Bray Moussy-le-Neuf Moussy-le-Vieux Mouy-sur-Seine Nandy Nangis Nanteau-sur-Essonne Nanteau-sur-Lunain Nanteuil-lès-Meaux Nanteuil-sur-Marne Nantouillet Nemours Neufmoutiers-en-Brie Noisiel Noisy-Rudignon Noisy-sur-École Nonville Noyen-sur-Seine Obsonville Ocquerre Oissery Orly-sur-Morin Ormesson Les Ormes-sur-Voulzie Othis Ozoir-la-Ferrière Ozouer-le-Voulgis Paley Pamfou Paroy Passy-sur-Seine Pécy Penchard Perthes Pézarches Pierre-Levée Le Pin Le Plessis-aux-Bois Le Plessis-Feu-Aussoux Le Plessis-l'Évêque Le Plessis-Placy Poigny Poincy Poligny Pommeuse Pomponne Pontault-Combault Pontcarré Précy-sur-Marne Presles-en-Brie Pringy Provins Puisieux Quiers Quincy-Voisins Rampillon Réau Rebais Recloses Remauville Reuil-en-Brie La Rochette Roissy-en-Brie Rouilly Rouvres Rozay-en-Brie Rubelles Rumont Rupéreux Saâcy-sur-Marne Sablonnières Saint-Ange-le-Viel Saint-Augustin Saint-Barthélemy Saint-Brice Saint-Cyr-sur-Morin Saint-Denis-lès-Rebais Sainte-Aulde Sainte-Colombe Saint-Fargeau-Ponthierry Saint-Fiacre Saint-Germain-Laval Saint-Germain-Laxis Saint-Germain-sous-Doue Saint-Germain-sur-École Saint-Germain-sur-Morin Saint-Hilliers Saint-Jean-les-Deux-Jumeaux Saint-Just-en-Brie Saint-Léger Saint-Loup-de-Naud Saint-Mammès Saint-Mard Saint-Mars-Vieux-Maisons Saint-Martin-des-Champs Saint-Martin-du-Boschet Saint-Martin-en-Bière Saint-Méry Saint-Mesmes Saint-Ouen-en-Brie Saint-Ouen-sur-Morin Saint-Pathus Saint-Pierre-lès-Nemours Saint-Rémy-la-Vanne Saints Saint-Sauveur-lès-Bray Saint-Sauveur-sur-École Saint-Siméon Saint-Soupplets Saint-Thibault-des-Vignes Salins Sammeron Samois-sur-Seine Samoreau Sancy Sancy-lès-Provins Savigny-le-Temple Savins Seine-Port Sept-Sorts Serris Servon Signy-Signets Sigy Sivry-Courtry Sognolles-en-Montois Soignolles-en-Brie Soisy-Bouy Solers Souppes-sur-Loing Sourdun Tancrou Thénisy Thieux Thomery Thorigny-sur-Marne Thoury-Férottes Tigeaux La Tombe Torcy Touquin Tournan-en-Brie Tousson La Trétoire Treuzy-Levelay Trilbardou Trilport Trocy-en-Multien Ury Ussy-sur-Marne Vaires-sur-Marne Valence-en-Brie Vanvillé Varennes-sur-Seine Varreddes Vaucourtois Le Vaudoué Vaudoy-en-Brie Vaux-le-Pénil Vaux-sur-Lunain Vendrest Verdelot Verneuil-l'Étang Vernou-la-Celle-sur-Seine Vert-Saint-Denis Vieux-Champagne Vignely Villebéon Villecerf Villemaréchal Villemareuil Villemer Villenauxe-la-Petite Villeneuve-le-Comte Villeneuve-les-Bordes Villeneuve-Saint-Denis Villeneuve-sous-Dammartin Villeneuve-sur-Bellot Villenoy Villeparisis Villeroy Ville-Saint-Jacques Villevaudé Villiers-en-Bière Villiers-Saint-Georges Villiers-sous-Grez Villiers-sur-Morin Villiers-sur-Seine Villuis Vimpelles Vinantes Vincy-Manœuvre Voinsles Voisenon Voulangis Voulton Voulx Vulaines-lès-Provins Vulaines-sur-Seine Yèbles

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WorldCat Identities VIAF: 134910101 GND: 4115058-2 BNF:

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