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Charlie03 Apr 2022 8:48 a.m. PST

Jean de Châlon, Prince of Orange and his uncle Hugues de Châlon, Lord of Château-Guyon. Two interesting personalities involved in the War of the Burgundian Succession.

To learn more about them, check out the latest post on my Full Harness blog.
fullharness.blogspot.com

Berggeit03 Apr 2022 10:38 a.m. PST

I am a simple Dutchman, I see "Prince of Orange" and I look.

I was thinking of Willem the Silent and not something about the Burgundian Succession. It's a surprise to be sure, but a welcome one.

Nice job on the painting!

SHaT198404 Apr 2022 5:21 p.m. PST

>>I am a simple Dutchman

Never met one of those!
[Perhaps except the guy who rushed up to me, the obvious new tourist in Amsterdam, offering some dope or drugs of some kind.. about 10am or so- eek!]

>>To learn more about them,
Hell I nearly fell asleep, that's a complex tale…
Good ideas for my motley crue however…
;-]
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