File NLW MS 15054B. - Rois et ducs de Bourgogne

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NLW MS 15054B.


Rois et ducs de Bourgogne


  • [1690s], [19 cent., last ¼] (Creation)

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v, 110 ff. (original pagination, 1-213 with errors, continued to end; some folios blank) ; 200 x 155 mm.

Contemporary binding, vellum over boards. 'Roys et ducs de Bourgogne' (ink on spine).

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A volume, [1690s], containing biographies, painted armorials and pedigrees of kings and dukes of Burgundy.
It lists kings of Burgundy (historic or semi-legendary) from Gundion (d. 451) to Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor (d. 1250), (pp. 1-53); the dukes of Burgundy from Beuves d'Ardennes (d. 877) to king Charles II of Spain (d. 1700) (pp. 61-183); and the counts of Burgundy from Othe Guillaume (d. 1027) to Jeanne II (d. 1330), wife of king Phillip V of France (pp. 185-211). Also contains transcripts and annotations in pencil in the hand of G. T. Clark, [19 cent., last ¼].

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  • French

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Preferred citation: NLW MS 15054B.

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Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru = The National Library of Wales

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September 2008.




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Description compiled by Cyprien Henry and Rhys Morgan Jones.

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