Text: Pèlerinage de Vie humaine

Pilgrimage of Human Life (Pilgrimage of Man)


Overview

Found in:

  • BnF fr. 829
  • NE 36
  • NE 104
  • NE 237
  • Heidelberg, Pal. Lat. 1969
  • NE 418

  • Author: Guillaume de Digulleville

    Translator Unknown


    Tags:

  • Allegory
  • Pilgrimage
  • Ownership Details

    BnF fr. 829 owned by John Duke of Berry (?-June 1416). Ownership Confirmed with Inscription as evidence.

    BnF fr. 829 owned by Marie of Berry, duchess of Bourbon (June 1416-1434?). Ownership Confirmed with Inscription as evidence.

    NE 36 owned by Anne of France, duchess of Bourbon (1483?-?). Ownership Possible with Inscription as evidence.

    NE 36 owned by Charlotte of Savoy, queen of France (? - December 1483). Ownership Confirmed with Inventory as evidence.

    NE 104 owned by Margaret of Anjou, queen of England (c.1440-1482). Ownership Possible with Other as evidence.

    NE 237 owned by Charles d'Orleans (1408-1465?). Ownership Confirmed with Inventory as evidence.

    NE 237 owned by Eustache Deschamps (13??-7 September 1398). Ownership Confirmed with Archival Mention as evidence.

    NE 237 owned by Louis Duke of Orléans (7 September 1398-1407?). Ownership Possible with Archival Mention as evidence.

    NE 237 owned by Valentina Visconti, duchess of Orleans (1407?-1408). Ownership Possible with Inventory as evidence.

    Heidelberg, Pal. Lat. 1969 owned by Louis I of Anjou (c. 1375-1384?). Ownership Confirmed with Arms as evidence.

    Heidelberg, Pal. Lat. 1969 owned by Margaret of Savoy, duchess of Anjou (1431?-1479?). Ownership Confirmed with Other as evidence.

    Heidelberg, Pal. Lat. 1969 owned by Marie of Blois, duchess of Anjou (c. 1375-1404?). Ownership Confirmed with Arms as evidence.

    Heidelberg, Pal. Lat. 1969 owned by Yolande of Aragon, duchess of Anjou (1400?-1431?). Ownership Possible with Other as evidence.

    NE 418 owned by Marie of Anjou, queen of France (14??-1463?). Ownership Confirmed with Archival Mention as evidence.



    Bibliography

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