Du Cange, Charles (16141688)

Du Cange, Charles, one of the most erudite of French scholars, born at Amiens, and educated among the Jesuits; wrote on language, law, archæology, and history; devoted himself much to the study of the Middle Ages; contributed to the rediscovery of old French literature, and wrote a history of the Latin empire; his greatest works are his Glossaries of the Latin and Greek of the Middle Ages (16141688).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Ducamp, Maxime * Ducat
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Du Bellay
Dublin
Dubois, Guillaume
Dubois, Reymond
Dubois de Crancé
Dubourg
Dubufe
Dubuque
Ducamp, Maxime
Du Cange, Charles
Ducat
Du Chaillu, Paul Belloni
Du Châtelet, Marquise de
Duchesne, André
Duchobortzi
Ducis, Jean
Ducking Stool
Duclos, Charles
Ducornet
Ducos, Roger

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Du Cange, Charles in Chalmer’s 1812 Dictionary of Biography