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ISBN13:9780270751505. Release Date:July 2018. Publisher:Creative Media Partners, LLC. Length:278 Pages.
by De Brantome, Pierre Bourdeille (Author), Henri Pene (Author). Paperback: 278 pages. Publisher: Wentworth Press (July 28, 2018). ISBN-13: 978-0270751505.
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Pierre de Bourdeille, seigneur de Brantôme (c. 1540 – 15 July 1614), also known as the abbé de Brantôme, was a French historian, soldier, and biographer. De Bourdeille was born in Périgord, Aquitaine, the third son of the baron de Bourdeille. His mother Anne de Vivonne and maternal grandmother Louise de Daillon du Lude were both attached to the court of Marguerite of Navarre, on whose death in 1549 he went to Paris, and later (1555) to Poitiers, to finish his education
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Brantôme was the third son of the Baron of Bourdeille. He spent his childhood at the court of Margaret of Angoulême, queen of Navarre, where his mother and maternal grandmother were members of the royal household. Upon Margaret’s death in 1549 he went to Paris to continue his education, which was completed at the University of Poitiers in 1555.