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||Savoy, Francois de Carignan called Prince Eugene de (1663-1736)
||L. Annei Senecae ... Opus Tragoedia
||bound for Prince Eugène of Savoy (1663-1736). He created his library in 1712 . His bindings were coloured, according to the text: blue for theology and law, red for history and yellow for science books. Among his librarians, was Étienne Boyet (son of Luc-Antoine), who became binder in 1709. After his death, his library went to the national Austrian Library in Vienna (H. Helwig, Handbuch der Einbandkunde, I, p. 122).