Text: Cité de Dieu

City of God


Overview

Found in:

  • NE 2
  • NE 3
  • NE 31
  • Chantilly MS 122
  • KBR MS 9005-06
  • Arsenal fr. 5135
  • NE 260

  • Created in 1371-1375

    French

    Author: St. Augustine

    Translator: Raoul de Presles


    Tags:

  • Devotional
  • Prose
  • Religious
  • Theology
  • Translation
  • Ownership Details

    NE 2 owned by John Duke of Berry (?-June 1416). Ownership Confirmed with as evidence.

    NE 2 owned by Marie of Berry, duchess of Bourbon (June 1416-1434?). Ownership Confirmed with Inscription as evidence.

    NE 3 owned by Jacques Courau (?-1403). Ownership Confirmed with as evidence.

    NE 3 owned by John Duke of Berry (1403-June 1416). Ownership Confirmed with as evidence.

    NE 3 owned by Marie of Berry, duchess of Bourbon (June 1416-1434?). Ownership Confirmed with Inscription as evidence.

    NE 31 owned by Anne of France, duchess of Bourbon (1483?-?). Ownership Possible with Inscription as evidence.

    NE 31 owned by Charlotte of Savoy, queen of France (? - December 1483). Ownership Confirmed with Inscription as evidence.

    Chantilly MS 122 owned by Antoine de Chourses (c. 1480-1485). Ownership Confirmed with as evidence.

    Chantilly MS 122 owned by Catherine of Coëtivy, lady of Magné (c. 1480-1529). Ownership Confirmed with Coat of Arms as evidence.

    Chantilly MS 122 owned by John Duke of Berry (1402?-June 1416). Ownership Confirmed with as evidence. Ownership Confirmed with as evidence.

    KBR MS 9005-06 owned by Baudouin d'Oignies (14??-14??). Ownership Confirmed with as evidence.

    KBR MS 9005-06 owned by Charles the Bold (1467?-1477). Ownership Confirmed with as evidence.

    KBR MS 9005-06 owned by Isabella of Portugal, duchess of Burgundy (c. 1430-?). Ownership Possible with Other as evidence.

    Arsenal fr. 5135 owned by Charles III of Bourbon (1496-1523?). Ownership Possible with as evidence.

    Arsenal fr. 5135 owned by Gabrielle de la Tour d'Auvergne, countess of Montpensier (14??-1474). Ownership Confirmed with Inventory as evidence.

    Arsenal fr. 5135 owned by Gilbert de Bourbon-Montpensier (1486?-1496). Ownership Confirmed with as evidence.

    Arsenal fr. 5135 owned by Louis I de Bourbon-Montpensier (1474-1486?). Ownership Possible with as evidence.

    NE 260 owned by Gabrielle de la Tour d'Auvergne, countess of Montpensier (14??-1474). Ownership Confirmed with Inventory as evidence.

    NE 260 owned by Gilbert de Bourbon-Montpensier (1486?-1496). Ownership Possible with as evidence.

    NE 260 owned by Louis I de Bourbon-Montpensier (1474-1486?). Ownership Possible with as evidence.



    Bibliography

    Arlima

    IHRT