Songs about Daille:

songsCro Cro Daille by Montonson from the Album Montagne De Son


Books about Daille:

booksDAILLE Jean De la creance des peres sur le fait des images EDITION ORIGINALE by DAILLE Jean (1641)

booksAn Apology for Rushworth's Dialogues: Wherein the Exceptions of the Lords Falkland and Digby Are Answer'd and... by Thomas White (Apr 27, 2009)

booksA treatise concerning the right use of the Fathers, in the decision of the controversies that are this day in... by Jean Daillé (Jan 20, 2011)

booksRecueil de Cartes Geographiques, Plans, Vues Et M Dailles de L'Ancienne Gr Ce, Relatifs Au Voyage Du Jeune Anacharsis... by Jean Denis Barbi Du Bocage and Jean Jacques Barthlemy (Jan 1, 2010)

booksA sermon preach'd by John Daillé, at Charenton, near Paris, September 5. 1649. Being sacrament-day. by Jean Daillé (May 29, 2010)

booksAn apology for Rushworth's dialogues wherein the exceptions for the Lords Falkland and Digby and the arts of their... by Thomas White (Dec 13, 2010)

booksA lively picture of Lewis du Moulin drawn by the incomparable hand of Monsieur Daille, late minister of Charenton... by Jean Daillé (Dec 13, 2010)


Wiki information Daille:

Etienne Daille
Olympic Whitewater slalom Athlete, Athlete, Olympic athlete, Person, Measured person

Étienne Daille is a French slalom canoer who has competed since the late 2000s. Son of a French father and Czech mother, both athletes, Daille grew up in Pays du Bugey. At the 2012 Summer Olympics he competed in the K-1 event, finishing 13th in the...

Jean Daillé
Deceased Person, Person

Jean Daillé was a French Huguenot minister and Biblical commentator. He is mentioned in James Aitken Wylie's History of Protestantism as author of an Apology for the French Reformed Churches.