Text: Epistre Othea

The Letter of Othea


Overview

Found in:

  • BnF fr. 848
  • BL Harley MS 4431
  • BnF fr. 606
  • NE 74
  • NE 96
  • NE 105
  • Chantilly MS 495
  • Chantilly MS 492

  • French

    Author: Christine de Pizan

    Translator:


    Tags:

  • Allegory
  • Mirror of Princes
  • Pedagogical
  • Poetry
  • Ownership Details

    BnF fr. 848 Confirmed owned by Agnes of Burgundy, duchess of Bourbon (?-1476)

    BnF fr. 848 Confirmed owned by Nicolas Moreau (15??-1619)

    BnF fr. 848 possibly owned by Philip the Bold (c.1400-1404)

    BL Harley MS 4431 Confirmed owned by Anthony Woodville (1472 - 1483)

    BL Harley MS 4431 Confirmed owned by Isabel of Bavaria, queen of France (1414-1425)

    BL Harley MS 4431 Confirmed owned by Jacquetta of Luxembourg, duchess of Bedford (1433/1435-1472)

    BL Harley MS 4431 Confirmed owned by John Duke of Bedford (1425-1433)

    BnF fr. 606 possibly owned by Charles I of Bourbon (1434?-1456?)

    BnF fr. 606 Confirmed owned by John Duke of Berry (1408-?)

    BnF fr. 606 Confirmed owned by Marie of Berry, duchess of Bourbon (?-1434?)

    NE 74 possibly owned by Anne of France, duchess of Bourbon (1483?-?)

    NE 74 Confirmed owned by Charlotte of Savoy, queen of France (? - December 1483)

    NE 96 Confirmed owned by Anne Wingfield Harling (? - 1498)

    NE 96 Confirmed owned by Thomas Howard, Lord Surrey (1498-?)

    NE 105 Confirmed owned by Ann Stafford de Vere (c. 1440-1472)

    NE 105 Confirmed owned by Margaret Beaufort, countess of Richmond and Derby (1472-1509)

    Chantilly MS 495 Confirmed owned by Catherine de Coëtivy, lady of Magné (post-1485-1529)

    Chantilly MS 492 confirmed owned by Isabel of Bavaria, queen of France (1399/1403-1435?)



    Bibliography

    Arlima