Hugh Capet and Adalbert of Perigord (987), published in 1881 - Illustration

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Stock illustration ID:121283330
Upload date:August 14, 2011

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Hugh Capet (was one of the first french kings, c. 939 - 996) and the rebellious Count Adalbert of Perigord. A famous dialogue: Hugh Capet's question 'But who then made thee a count?' , Adalbert's response: 'The same ones who made thee King?' Woodcut engraving by Alphonse de Neuville (French painter, 1836-1885), published in 1881.
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