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Hoc Caesar me donavit.

Caesar has rewarded me with this.

Charles vi. de ce nom, Roy de France, desirant de
perpetuer la memoire de la prinse qu’il avoit faite en la
forest de Senlis, d’un Cerf qui avoit au col une chaine, ou
colier de cuivre doré, auquel estoit escrit en lettre anci-
enne Hoc caesar me donavit, print pour
sa Devise un Cerf volant: ayant une couronne au col.[1]

Caesar has rewarded me with this

Notes:

1.  The troubled reign of Charles VI (1380-1422) features no less than seven times in this work. See ‘Je l’envi’ ([FPAb155]).


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