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The Library of Hélion Jouffroy

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A Survey and Some Additional Identifications

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One of the notable libraries of early sixteenth-century France was that of the Rodez lawyer and canon Hélion Jouffroy (†1529), nephew of the better known cardinal Jean Jouffroy. The younger Jouffroy’s books, which included both printed volumes and manuscripts, were dispersed after his death. Our knowledge of his holdings depends on a 1530 inventory, first published in 2012 by Matthieu Desachy. This article briefly surveys Jouffroy’s intellectual interests as they emerge from his collection, and offers some new identifications of texts and editions listed in the inventory.

Affiliations: 1: University of Virginia Charlottesville vaUnited States


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