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Davila History Civil Wars IN France 16e Full 4/4 1666 Rocolet Baudoin
1666. [HISTORY OF FRANCE XVIe - WARS OF RELIGION] DAVILA 1576-1631 Enrico Caterino Davila Writer, historian Enrico Caterino Davila (born October 30, 1576 in Piove di Sacco, near Padua and died in July 1631 in San Michele is an Italian historian. Biography From a family originally from Ávila in Spain, who had supplied several constables to the kingdom of Cyprus, Enrico Caterino Davila was brought early to France, where his father enjoyed the favor of King Henry III and Catherine de Medici (in memory of which he received the names of Henry and Catherin). He was first a page, then took service under Henri IV during the civil war, and distinguished himself in Honfleur and in front of Amiens (1597). After the peace, he returned to Padua, which he was forced to leave in 1606 following a duel, and settled in Venice, where he took up arms again and rendered great services to the Republic. He was assassinated near Verona in 1631. Since his return from France, Davila had not stopped working on a History of the civil wars of France since the death of Henri II (1559) until the peace of Ferrois (1598); he published it in 1630 in Venice in Italian (it appeared for Bouillet editions very preferable, in Paris, 1644, and in Venice, 1733). The History of Davila was translated by Jean Baudouin, 1642, and by Father Edme-François Mallet, 1757. - Enrico Caterino Davila History of the civil wars of France, containing everything that happened most memorable, under the Reign of four Kings, François II, Charles IV, Henry III & Henry IV nicknamed Le Grand ... to the peace of Varvins, inclusive Writte … [Click Below for Full Description]
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