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 Flam.Flamboyant Architecture. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Flamberge or Floberge.
 
The sword which Maugis took from Anthénor, the Saracen admiral, when he came to attack the castle of Oriande la Feé. It was made by Weyland, the Vulcan, of the Northern Olympus. (Romance of Maugis d’Aygremont et de Vivian son Erère.)   1
        “Mais si une fois je luy fais essayer ceste-cy plus tranchante que ‘Joyeuse, Durandel, Hauteclaire, ou Flamberge,’ je le fendray jusques ∂ l’estomach.”—Pierre de l’Arivey: Le Jaloux, v. 6.
 


 Flam.Flamboyant Architecture. 

 
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