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Chronique universelle
Text and foliate borders: France, probably Rouen, ca. 1460. Six large miniatures: Bruges, Belgium, ca. 1470-1480. Nine small miniatures, blue borders, widow’s knots, monograms, plaques, scrolls, and heraldic arms: France, possibly Rouen, ca. 1519.
MS M.214 I, fol. 178v

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Heraldry, French -- Sainte Maure-Estouteville arms quartered with those of related families: upper row Ste. Maure (argent with a fesse gules), Anjou (France with a bordure gules), Brittany (ermine plain), Flanders (or with lion rampant sable, armed and langued gules); lower row: Neele (gules two fish addorsed or six trefoils or), Harcourt (gules two bars or), Estouteville (argent five bars gules lion rampant sable, armed and langued or), Montmorency (or with cross gules, cantoned sixteen eaglets azure ); and an escutcheon of Burgundy (France with a bar dexter).
Margins of blue, with pattern of stars and the letter S.

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