by Rochambeau, Paris, 1877), of Odet de Selve, ambassador to England (ed.
by Kaulek, Paris, 1885), of Odet de Selve (ed.
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The Sciomachie was written to the cardinal of Guise, whose family were all-powerful at court, and Rabelais dedicated his next book to Odet de Chatillon, afterwards cardinal, a man of great influence.
ODET DE SELVE (c. 1504-1563), French diplomatist, was the son of Jean de Selve, first president at the parlements of Rouen and Bordeaux, vice-chancellor of Milan, and ambassador of the king of France.
In 1540 Odet was appointed councillor at the parlement of Paris and in 1542 at the grand council.
de Castillon et de Marillac and that of Odet de Selve.
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