Martin du Bellay
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Martin Du Bellay, Sieur de Langey (1495–1559) was a French nobleman and chronicler, and Prince of Yvetot by marriage. His memoirs of the Italian Wars form one of the most significant primary sources for the period.
- Du Bellay, Martin, sieur de Langey. Mémoires de Martin et Guillaume du Bellay. Edited by V. L. Bourrilly and F. Vindry. 4 volumes. Paris: Société de l'histoire de France, 1908–19.
- Du Bellay, Martin, sieur de Langey, Les mémoires de Mess. Martin du Bellay, Paris (1569)
- Oman, Charles. A History of the Art of War in the Sixteenth Century. London: Methuen & Co., 1937.
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