Montjoy is the name given to mounds serving to direct the travellers on a highway, probably often originally tumuli, or funeral-mounds of an elder peopleheaps of stones, overgrown with grass, which have been piled over a dead chieftain. They often were crowned with a cross. Montjoie St. Denis was the French wgrcry; Montjoie St. Andrew, that of Burgundy; Montjoie Notre Dame, of the dukes of Bourbon; and Montjoie St. George, of England.

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