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L'oriflamme de St.-Denis

 
 
     
     
     
     
   
     
     
     
 

 
     

LOUIS-CHARLES DE BOURBON, LE DUC DE NORMANDIE
le 27 mars 1785, Versailles - le 8 juin 1795, Paris

Portrait par Alexander Kucharsky (le 18 mars 1741, Varsovie - le 5 novembre 1819, Paris, à Sainte-Périne), Musée de Versailles (M. V. 6520)

Voyez Deborah Cadbury, The Lost King of France: A True Story of Revolution, Revenge, and DNA (New York: 2002)
et voyez aussi William L. Pressly, The French Revolution as Blasphemy: Johan Zoffany's Paintings of the Massacre at Paris, August 10, 1792 (Berkeley: 1999).

     
     
     
 


MONTJOIE ST. DENIS!           

 
     
     
     
 

L'oriflamme de St.-Denis,
représenté comme si à la bataille de Crécy, le 26 août 1346

 
     
     
     

La bataille de Crécy, le 26 août 1346
Jean Froissart,
Chroniques

La Bibliothèque nationale de France, MS FR 2643, fol. 165v
Flandre, Bruges XVe s.
(170 x 200 mm)

l'image © La Bibliothèque nationale de France

     
     
     
 

St.-Denis, le protomartyr de la France, et Charlemagne

a la fresque, Palais de Justice, Paris XVe s.

 
     
     
 

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