Foundations of modern historical scholarship : Language, law, and history in the French Renaissance
New York & London, Columbia University Press, 1970
(22 cm), x (2), 321 (1) pp., illustrations. Publisher’s cloth, dust jacket. - The core of this book is a study of a circle of lawyer-scholars in sixteenth century France, well-known names like Guillaume Budé, François Hotman, Jacques Cujas and Étienne Pasquier, and lesser-known ones like François Baudouin, Charles Du Moulin, Louis Le Caron, François Le Douaren, Pierre Pithou, and Jean du Tillet. ¶ Fine, unmarked copy.