Among his publications were Conies et Idylles (1791); Lysus et Cydippe, a poem (1801); Inductions morales et physiologiques (1817); Documents pour servir a l'histoire de France (1820); Du Beau dans les arts d'imitation (1822); Le Dernier des Beaumanoir (1824).
Others were sent into the provinces as governors, comites per provincias constituti; thus in the Notitia dignitatum we find a comes Aegypti, a conies Africae, a comes Belgicae, a comes Lugdunensis and others.
The most important is the chronicle called Gesta consulum Andegavorum, of which only a poor edition exists (Chroniques des conies d'Anjou, published by Marchegay and Salmon, with an introduction by E.
The licentious Conies, published under the name of his brother D'Ouville, are often attributed to him.
C. Mac Nutt, Letters of Conies to Charles V.
The lead of south-eastern Missouri conies from about the same horizon.
In the Conies moralises, written by Nicole Bozon shortly before 1320 (Soc. Anc. Textes, 1.889), a few fables bear a strong resemblance to those of Marie de France.
Eugene Demolder (b.1862) also created a mythical city as a setting for his prose conies in the Legende d'Yperdamme (1897).
Maspero, Conies populaires, 3me ed.
Willmore, The Spoken Arabic of Egypt (2nd ed., London, 1905); Spitta Bey, Grammatik des arabischen Vulgardialektes von Agypten, Conies arabes modernes (Leiden, 1883).
La volonte de Dieu et du Roy," and (again the legend grows) says that "there are persons who are inquisitive about my prisoner, and I am obliged to tell conies jaunes pour me moquer d'eux."