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How can historians really know what happened in the past?

What can cause historians to change their minds?

Class 6  listening


Listen with the class as they hear how the archaeological research site under the Geneva Cathedral was opened in 1976.


A 3-D representation of the stages of 1000 years of construction on the site

Click here for a detailed chronology of the site

A 3 dimensional representation of the history of the site
This drawing, which the class saw at the Site, shows a picture of Geneva as it might have appeared in the VI-VIIth centuries, based on archaeological findings and historic writings. The view is from the Bourg du Four looking towards the bridge over the Rhone at its mouth. The round end of the Cathedral is visible just below the center of the picture.
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This page was updated on 8 April, 2004 by K. Epps

Unless otherwise mentioned, all photos are by Katharine Epps.
Sauf mention contraire les photos sont de Katharine Epps