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Uniform Title Renaut de Montauban (Chanson de geste). English (Middle English)
Title The right plesaunt and goodly historie of the foure sonnes of Aimon, : which for the excellent endytyng of it, and for the notable prowes and great vertues that were in them: is no les pleasaunt to rede, then worthy to be knowen of all estates bothe hyghe and lowe..
Added Title Page Title Foure sonnes of Aimon
Publication Info London : W. Copland for R. Toye, 1554.



Descript [10], clxxiiii [174, i.e. 358] p. : ill.
Note Imprint information from colophon which reads: Here finissheth the hystory of the noble & valiaunt knight Reynawde of Mountawban, and his three brethern [sic]. Imprinted at London, by Wynkyn de worde, the . viii. daye of Maye, and y[e] yere of our lorde .M.CCCCC.iiii. at the request and commaundement of the noble and puissant erle, the Erle of Oxenforde, And now Imprinted in the yere of our Lorde .M.CCCCC.liiii. the vi. daye of Maye, By Wylliam Copland, for Robert Toye.
Translated from the French by William Caxton.
Initials.
Signatures: [pi]⁵ A-Z⁶ &⁶ a-e⁶ f⁵.
Imperfect: print bleeding and show-through, with loss of text.
Reproduction of original in: Library of Congress.
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Series Early English books online.
Subject Charlemagne, Emperor, 742-814
Renaud de Montauban (Legendary character) -- Romances.
Epic poetry, French -- Translations into English.
Chansons de geste -- Translations into English.
Alt author Caxton, William, approximately 1422-1491.
Added Title Page Title Foure sonnes of Aimon
Descript [10], clxxiiii [174, i.e. 358] p. : ill.
Note Imprint information from colophon which reads: Here finissheth the hystory of the noble & valiaunt knight Reynawde of Mountawban, and his three brethern [sic]. Imprinted at London, by Wynkyn de worde, the . viii. daye of Maye, and y[e] yere of our lorde .M.CCCCC.iiii. at the request and commaundement of the noble and puissant erle, the Erle of Oxenforde, And now Imprinted in the yere of our Lorde .M.CCCCC.liiii. the vi. daye of Maye, By Wylliam Copland, for Robert Toye.
Translated from the French by William Caxton.
Initials.
Signatures: [pi]⁵ A-Z⁶ &⁶ a-e⁶ f⁵.
Imperfect: print bleeding and show-through, with loss of text.
Reproduction of original in: Library of Congress.
Series Early English books online.
Subject Charlemagne, Emperor, 742-814
Renaud de Montauban (Legendary character) -- Romances.
Epic poetry, French -- Translations into English.
Chansons de geste -- Translations into English.
Alt author Caxton, William, approximately 1422-1491.
Added Title Page Title Foure sonnes of Aimon

Subject Charlemagne, Emperor, 742-814
Renaud de Montauban (Legendary character) -- Romances.
Epic poetry, French -- Translations into English.
Chansons de geste -- Translations into English.
Descript [10], clxxiiii [174, i.e. 358] p. : ill.
Note Imprint information from colophon which reads: Here finissheth the hystory of the noble & valiaunt knight Reynawde of Mountawban, and his three brethern [sic]. Imprinted at London, by Wynkyn de worde, the . viii. daye of Maye, and y[e] yere of our lorde .M.CCCCC.iiii. at the request and commaundement of the noble and puissant erle, the Erle of Oxenforde, And now Imprinted in the yere of our Lorde .M.CCCCC.liiii. the vi. daye of Maye, By Wylliam Copland, for Robert Toye.
Translated from the French by William Caxton.
Initials.
Signatures: [pi]⁵ A-Z⁶ &⁶ a-e⁶ f⁵.
Imperfect: print bleeding and show-through, with loss of text.
Reproduction of original in: Library of Congress.
Alt author Caxton, William, approximately 1422-1491.

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