Jeu des echecs moralisés : manuscript, [ca. 1370].

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Jacobus, de Cessolis, fl. 1288-1322. Jeu des echecs moralisés : manuscript, [ca. 1370].

Jeu des echecs moralisés : manuscript, [ca. 1370].

French translation by Jean de Vignay and Jean Ferron of Cessolis's treatise on chess as a symbol of the Medieval society.

1 v. ; 27 x 19 cm.

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