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Le tombeau de Marguerite de Valois, royne de Nauarre

Faict premierement en disticques Latins par les trois sœeurs princesses en Angleterre. ; Depuis traduictz en Grec, Italié & François par plusieurs des excellentz poetes de la Frāce. ; Auecques plusieurs odes, hymnes, cantiques, epitaphes, sur le mesme subiect.
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[104] leaves ; ill. : 18 cm. (8vo)
Related title
Annae, Margaritae, Ianae, sororum virginum, heroidum anglarum, in mortem divae Margaritae Valesiae, Navarrorum Reginae, hecatodistichon.
Published
A Paris : De l'imprimerie de Michel Fezandat, & Robert GranIon ..., 1551.
Notes
Signatures: A-N⁸.
The three sisters were Anne, Margaret and Jane Seymour, the daughters of Edward Seymour, Duke of Somerset.
"Disticques Latins" originally published with title: Annae, Margaritae, Ianae, sororum virginum, heroidum anglarum, in mortem divae Margaritae Valesiae Navarrorum Reginæ, hecatodistichon. -- Paris, 1550.
Edited by Nicolas Denisot; address to the 3 sisters by Nicolas de Herberay; translations by Jean Dorat, Joachim Du Bellay, Antoine de Baïf, Nicolas Denisot, and others. Includes 4 odes by Pierre Ronsard and a collection of poems in Latin and French by other authors.
Cited in
Brunet, t.5, col. 879.
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Binder: Lortic.
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Unidentified armorial bookplate, 2 crests side-by-side. Pencilled note, "Baron de Ruble, Vente 5/28/99, no. 165."
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Gordon Collection. Bookplate of Douglas Gordon. Gordon list, 146.
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