- By autor: Philippe Henwood
In 1879 an inventory of the royal treasures of Charles V, who dies in 1380, was published. Compared with an inventory of 1418-1422 it seems that, by the end of Charles VI's reign, many items from the royal collection had disappeared. This study presents the royal inventory of 1400 in its entirety, with comment and discussion of many pieces, and a history of the royal collection under Charles VI. T...
Paperback: 506 pages
Publisher: Editions du CTHS; CTHS EDITION edition (December 31, 2004)
Product Dimensions: 8.7 x 5.9 x 1.1 inches
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ry confirms the disappearance of many objects after 1380 and also lists a number of gifts that were offered to the new king Charles VI. Includes tables of concordance between the various inventories between the years 1380 and 1422. French text.