Chevalier Bayard wounded at Brescia - Illustration

Bayard, Brescia, Castle, Europe, Italy

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Stock illustration ID:183781964
Upload date:October 07, 2013


Vintage engraving from 1856 showing the Chevalier Bayard wounded at the siege of Brescia in 1512. Pierre Terrail LeVieux, seigneur de Bayard (1473 to 1524) was a French soldier known as the knight without fear and beyond reproach , generally known as the Chevalier de Bayard. At the Siege of Brescia in 1512, Bayard led a wedge of dismounted men-at-arms against the defenders, himself at its tip. Several times the French assault was thrown back. Each time Bayard rallied the French forces and led them in renewed attacks. His boldness at last resulted in a severe wound to the thigh, but not before the defenses were breached and the French had entered the town.
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