Catalog Record: Le Livre des tournois du roi René, de la Bibliothèque nationale (ms. français 2695) | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Le Livre des tournois du roi René, de la Bibliothèque nationale (ms. français 2695) / introduction de François Avril.

Main Author: Pognon, Edmond, 1911-2007.
Related Names: René I King of Naples and Jerusalem 1409-1480
Language(s): French
Published: Paris : Herscher, c1986.
Subjects: Knights and knighthood > France > Early works to 1800.
Tournaments, Medieval > France > Early works to 1800.
Knights and knighthood > France > Pictorial works.
Tournaments, Medieval > France > Pictorial works.
Note: "Le texte du Livre des tournois publié ici reprend l'adaptation abrégée, en français moderne, due à M. Edmond Pognon, conservateur en chef honoraire de la Bibliothèque nationale"--T.p. verso.
Physical Description: 85 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 36 cm.
ISBN: 2733501291 :
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