Anus, Yonne

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Coordinates: 47°35′51″N 3°31′57″E / 47.59750°N 3.53250°E / 47.59750; 3.53250

Anus, France

Anus is a populated place in Burgundy, France, within the commune of Fouronnes.[1]

Anus was anciently parished with Fouronnes, the parish sometimes being called Fouronne et Anus. In 1848, the two together had seventy households, of which nineteen were at Anus. In the 16th century, Anus had its own seigneur, who in 1008 was Guillaume Girard de Rièrre.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ GEOnet Names Server (GNS)
  2. ^ Edme Béguillet, Description générale et particulière du Duché de Bourgogne (1848) pp. 392-393 (in French)