Catalog Record: Le mystere de la vie et hystoire de monseigneur sainct Martin lequel fut Archeuesque de Tours | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Le mystere de la vie et hystoire de monseigneur sainct Martin lequel fut Archeuesque de Tours: Contenant comment il fut conuerty à la foy Chrestienne. Puis conuertit ceux de Millan [et] plusieurs autres. Aussi y sõt plusieurs autres beaux myracles faictz par son intercession, qui seroyent longz a racompter : Finablement comment il mourut sainctement. Et est ce present mystere a cinquãte et trois persõnages, dont les noms sensuyuent cy apres.

Language(s): French, Middle (ca. 1300-1600)
Published: Paris : par Crapelet, chez Silvestre, 1841.
Subjects: Martin, Saint, > bp. of Tours, > 316 (ca.)-400
French literature > To 1500.
Note: Edited by Doublet de Boisthibault.
Gothic characters.
Physical Description: [178] p. : ill. ; 15 cm.
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