By Michel Veissière,Christine Martineau-Genieys,Henry Heller,Guillaume Briçonnet,Marguerite D'Angoulême
Notre travail se suggest comme objet l’édition intégrale du manuscrit 11.495 du fonds français de los angeles Bibliothèque nationale de Paris, qui contient los angeles correspondance échangée de juin 1521 à novembre 1524 entre Marguerite d’Angoulême, duchesse d’Alençon et destiny reine de Navarre, et Guillaume Briçonnet, évêque de Meaux et tête du mouvement évangélique français.
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