songs

Songs about Brailes:

songsBrille - Braile - Blindenschrift by Hans Liberg from the Album Jetzt auch Für Frauen

songsEn Braile by Pedro Pastor from the Album Aunque Esté Mal Contarlo

songsSinking Ship (feat. Braile) by Brass Knuckle Bullies from the Album BKB

songsZamba en Braile by Científicos del Palo from the Album Gorilophrenia

books

Books about Brailes:

booksBraile House by James Wayne King (Oct 18, 2014)

booksChuck Norris can speak braile. (Radici) by AA. VV. (Aug 2, 2012)

booksThe de Brailes Hours: Shaping the Book of Hours in Thirteenth-Century Oxford (Toronto Medieval Texts and Translations... by Claire Donovan (Aug 31, 1991)

booksBrailes: its churches, parish history, and antiquities, with a view of St. George's Church. [By Thomas Smith,... by Anonymous and Thomas Smith (Feb 15, 2011)

booksWe Shared The Peeled Orange: The Letters of "Papa Louis" from the Thai-Cambodian Border Refugee Camps 1981-1993... by Braile (Feb 2, 0005)

booksCherington,Stourton And Sutton-Under Brailes 1900-1999 by Richard Russell (2004)

booksWe Shared The Peeled Orange: The Letters of "Papa Louis" from the Thai-Cambodian Border Refugee Camps 1981-1993... by Louis, American Refugee Committee Braile (1111)

wiki

Wiki information Brailes:

Brailes
English civil parish, Statistical region, Dated location, Administrative Division, Location

Brailes is a civil parish about 3 miles east of Shipston-on-Stour in Warwickshire, England. It includes the two villages of Lower and Upper Brailes but is often referred to as one village as the two adjoin each other. The parish includes the village...

William de Brailes
Man, Person

William de Brailes was an English Early Gothic manuscript illuminator, presumably born in Brailes, Warwickshire. He signed two manuscripts, and apparently worked in Oxford, where he is documented from 1238 to 1252, owning property in Catte Street...