Text: Consolation de Philosophie (mixed; trans. de Meun)

Consolation of Philosopy


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Created in 1300-1305

French

Author: Boethius

Translator: Jean de Meun


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Tags:

  • Allegory
  • Philosophy
  • Prose
  • Translation
  • Verse

Ownership Details

Chantilly MS 283 owned by Catherine of Coëtivy, lady of Magné (148?-1529). Ownership Confirmed with Coat of Arms as evidence.

Chantilly MS 284 owned by Catherine of Coëtivy, lady of Magné (post-1485-1529). Ownership Confirmed with Coat of Arms as evidence.

NE 276 owned by Charles III of Bourbon (1496?-1507?). Ownership Possible with Inventory as evidence.

NE 276 owned by Gabrielle de la Tour d'Auvergne, countess of Montpensier (14??-1476). Ownership Confirmed with Inventory as evidence.

NE 276 owned by Gilbert de Bourbon-Montpensier (1474-1496?). Ownership Possible with Inventory as evidence.

NE 424 owned by M. d'Estrenay (?-c. 1454). Ownership Confirmed with Archival Mention as evidence.

NE 424 owned by Marie of Anjou, queen of France (c. 1454-1463?). Ownership Confirmed with Archival Mention as evidence.

NE 716 owned by John the Fearless (March 1405-1419). Ownership Possible with Inventory as evidence.

NE 716 owned by Margaret of Flanders, duchess of Burgundy (?-March 1405). Ownership Confirmed with Inventory as evidence.

NE 767 owned by Charles d'Orleans (?-1415?). Ownership Confirmed with Inventory as evidence.

NE 767 owned by Joan of Orléans, duchess of Alençon (1415?-14??). Ownership Confirmed with Inventory as evidence. Ownership Confirmed with Instance of borrowing as evidence.

NE 767 owned by Margaret of Orleans, countess of Vertus (1415?-14??). Ownership Confirmed with Inventory as evidence. Ownership Confirmed with Instance of borrowing as evidence.



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