Catalog Record: The Heptameron of the tales of Margaret, queen of Navarre | Hathi Trust Digital Library


The Heptameron of the tales of Margaret, queen of Navarre. Translated into English from the authentic text of m. Le Roue de Lincy, with an essay upon the Heptameron by George Saintsbury, M.A., also the original seventy-three full-page engravings designed by S. Freudenberg, and one hundred and fifty head and tail pieces by Dunker.

Main Author: Marguerite, Queen, consort of Henry II, King of Navarre, 1492-1549.
Related Names: Vizetelly, Ernest Alfred 1853-1922., Dunker, Balthasar Anton 1746-1807, ill., Freudenberger, Sigmund 1745-1801, ill., Saintsbury, George 1845-1933., Le Roux de Lincy 1806-1869.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Privately printed for the Navarre Society, 1922.
Note: Translated from the French.
"Margaret of Angoulême, queen of Navarre." based upon the memoirs by m. Le Roux de Lincy, tr. and ed. by E. A. Vizetelly: v. 1, p. [xvii]-xc.
Physical Description: 5 v. front. (port.) illus., 73 pl. 22 cm.
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