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Autor ego audendi.

I am the author of being bold

L’espee versatile & flamboyante, que portoit en De-
vise Charles Cardinal de Bourbon,[1] sous le titre de saint
Martin
, representoit le vray Glaive des Prelats de
l’Eglise, & Glaive de l’Esprit, (selon saint Paul) qui †[M]
est la parole de Dieu.

[Marginalia - link to text]Aus Ephesiens 6.

Notes:

1.Charles, Cardinal de Bourbon, Archbishop of Rouen. As Catholic uncle of the Protestant heir, Henri de Navarre, he was proclaimed king of France by the Catholic League as Charles X in 1589, but died in prison in 1590.



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