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The Boydell Press 1986. Hardback with grey cloth cover. Edges bumped with inscription inside front cover. Jacket has one small tear and has dirty patches. Pages clean and intact.
History of the noble d'Aligres family in 15th-19th century France.
"In the late sixteenth century the d'Aligres were a solid, reasonably prosperous family living in Chartres. ... By the mid 1620s they had moved to Paris and reached the topmost levels of central government, and acquired a noble title."
"This case study uses the d'Aligres to examine themes in the political and social history of early-modern France."
At the time of publication, Dacud Sturdy was Senior Lecturer in History at the University of Ulster in Coleraine.
- Sturdy, D. J
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