Text: Des cas des nobles hommes et femmes

On the Fates of Famous Men and Women


Overview

Found in:

  • Arsenal 5193
  • NE 28
  • NE 32
  • BnF fr. 227
  • BL Royal MS 20 C IV
  • Chantilly MS 858
  • BnF fr. 16995
  • Geneva fr. 190
  • BnF fr. 232
  • BnF fr. 231 or BnF fr. 210

  • Created in 1400-1409

    French

    Author: Giovanni Boccaccio

    Translator: Laurent de Premierfait


    Tags:

  • Didactic
  • Pedagogical
  • Prose
  • Short Story
  • Translation
  • Ownership Details

    Arsenal 5193 owned by Isabella of Portugal, duchess of Burgundy (1431?-14??). Ownership Possible with Archival Mention as evidence.

    Arsenal 5193 owned by John Duke of Berry (1409-?). Ownership Confirmed with as evidence.

    Arsenal 5193 owned by John the Fearless (?-1419). Ownership Confirmed with as evidence.

    Arsenal 5193 owned by Margaret of Bavaria, duchess of Burgundy (1420-1424). Ownership Confirmed with Inventory as evidence.

    Arsenal 5193 owned by Philip the Good (1424-1431?). Ownership Confirmed with as evidence.

    NE 28 owned by Charlotte of Savoy, queen of France (? - December 1483). Ownership Confirmed with Inscription as evidence.

    NE 32 owned by Anne of France, duchess of Bourbon (1483?-?). Ownership Possible with Inscription as evidence.

    NE 32 owned by Charlotte of Savoy, queen of France (? - December 1483). Ownership Confirmed with Inscription as evidence.

    BnF fr. 227 owned by Joan of Valois, duchess of Bourbon (1468-1482). Ownership Confirmed with Inscription as evidence. Ownership Confirmed with Coat of Arms as evidence.

    BL Royal MS 20 C IV owned by Henry VII of England (1509-?). Ownership Confirmed with as evidence.

    BL Royal MS 20 C IV owned by Margaret Beaufort, countess of Richmond and Derby (?-1509). Ownership Confirmed with Will as evidence.

    Chantilly MS 858 owned by Catherine of Coëtivy, lady of Magné (14??-1529). Ownership Confirmed with Coat of Arms as evidence.

    Chantilly MS 858 owned by Prigent de Coëtivy (c. 1450). Ownership Confirmed with as evidence.

    BnF fr. 16995 owned by Béraud III de Clermont-Sancerre (c. 1400-1426?). Ownership Confirmed with as evidence.

    BnF fr. 16995 owned by Charles III of Bourbon (1496-1523?). Ownership Confirmed with as evidence.

    BnF fr. 16995 owned by Gabrielle de la Tour d'Auvergne, countess of Montpensier (1443?-1474). Ownership Confirmed with Inventory as evidence. Ownership Confirmed with Instance of borrowing as evidence.

    BnF fr. 16995 owned by Gilbert de Bourbon-Montpensier (1486?-1496). Ownership Confirmed with as evidence.

    BnF fr. 16995 owned by Jeanne I, Dauphine of Auvergne (1426-1436). Ownership Possible with Other as evidence.

    BnF fr. 16995 owned by Louis I of Bourbon-Montpensier (1426?-1486?). Ownership Confirmed with as evidence.

    Geneva fr. 190 owned by Anne of France, duchess of Bourbon (c. 1476?-1522). Ownership Possible with Instance of borrowing, inventory as evidence.

    Geneva fr. 190 owned by Bernard VIII d'Armagnac (1435?-1462?). Ownership Possible with as evidence.

    Geneva fr. 190 owned by Bonne of Berry, Viscountess of Carlat (June 1416-1435?). Ownership Possible with Instance of borrowing, inventory as evidence.

    Geneva fr. 190 owned by Jacques d'Armagnac (1462?-c. 1476). Ownership Possible with as evidence.

    Geneva fr. 190 owned by John Duke of Berry (1 January 1411-June 1416). Ownership Confirmed with as evidence.

    Geneva fr. 190 owned by Martin Gouges, bishop of Chartres (c. 1410-1 January 1411). Ownership Confirmed with as evidence.

    Geneva fr. 190 owned by Peter II of Bourbon (c. 1476-1503). Ownership Confirmed with as evidence.

    BnF fr. 232 owned by Catherine of Alençon, countess of Montfort (post-1461-1505?). Ownership Confirmed with Coat of Arms as evidence.

    BnF fr. 232 owned by Guy XV de Laval (post-1450-1501?). Ownership Confirmed with as evidence.

    BnF fr. 231 or BnF fr. 210 owned by Joan of Orléans, countess of Taillebourg (c. 1467). Ownership Confirmed with Inventory as evidence. Ownership Confirmed with Instance of borrowing as evidence.

    BnF fr. 231 or BnF fr. 210 owned by John of Orleans, count of Angouleme (14??-1467). Ownership Confirmed with as evidence.

    BnF fr. 231 or BnF fr. 210 owned by M. du Fou (1467-?). Ownership Confirmed with as evidence.



    Bibliography

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