François Béroalde de Verville

François Béroalde de Verville (Paris, 27 April 1556 – 19–26 October 1626, Tours) was a French Renaissance novelist, poet and intellectual. He was the son of Matthieu Brouard (or Brouart), called "Béroalde", a professor of Agrippa d'Aubigné and Pierre de l'Estoile and a Huguenot; his mother, Marie Bletz, was the niece of the humanist and Hebrew scholar François Vatable (called "Watebled"). At the time of the St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre, his family fled to Geneva (1573), but Béroalde returned to Paris in 1581. During the civil wars, Béroalde abjured Calvinism and joined the factions around Henri III of France (he may also have served in the army). In 1589 he moved to Tours (the French parlement fled here from 1589-1594), and became ''chanoine'' (canon) of the cathedral chapter of Saint Gatien, where he remained until his death. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Béroalde de Verville
Published 1781

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by Béroalde de Verville
Published 1786

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by Besson, Jacques
Published 1596
Par Iaques Choue͏̈t
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by Besson, Jacques
Published 1594
Par Iaques Choue͏̈t & Iean de Laon
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by Besson, Jacques
Published 1579
Par Barthelemy Vincent
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by Besson, Jacques
Published 1578
Apud B. Vincentium
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by Besson, Jacques
Published 1582
Per Barth. Vincenti
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by Besson, Jacques
Published 1582
Apud B. Vincent
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