Text: L'Estrif de Fortune et de Vertu

Dispute between Fortune and Virtue


Overview

Found in:

  • Chantilly MS 295
  • NE 1328
  • KBR MS 9510

  • Created in 1447-1448

    French

    Author: Martin le France

    Translator: None


    Tags:

  • Allegory
  • Debate
  • Fortune
  • Verse
  • Ownership Details

    Chantilly MS 295 owned by Antoine de Chourses (c. 1480-1485). Ownership Confirmed with Coat of Arms as evidence.

    Chantilly MS 295 owned by Catherine of Coëtivy, lady of Magné (1485-1529). Ownership Confirmed with Coat of Arms as evidence.

    Chantilly MS 295 owned by Catherine of Coëtivy, lady of Magné (c. 1480-1485). Ownership Possible with Coat of Arms as evidence.

    NE 1328 owned by Gabrielle de Bourbon-Montpensier, viscountess of Thouars (post-1448-30 November 1516). Ownership Confirmed with Inventory as evidence.

    NE 1328 owned by Louise Borgia (de Valentinois) (April 1517?-1553?). Ownership Possible with Inventory as evidence.

    KBR MS 9510 owned by Charles I de Croÿ, prince of Chimay (post-1486?-1511?). Ownership Confirmed with Inscription as evidence.

    KBR MS 9510 owned by Margaret of Austria, duchess of Savoy (1511-1 December 1530). Ownership Confirmed with Inventory as evidence.

    KBR MS 9510 owned by Mary of Hungary, queen consort of Hungary and Bohemia (December 1530-18 October 1558). Ownership Confirmed with Other as evidence.



    Bibliography

    Arlima

    IHRT