|Creator:||Christine, de Pisan, ca. 1364-ca. 1431|
s. XV^^med [circa 1500]
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Note, in ink, inside front cover: "Secundarius posessor et vetus peraccens erit quiuis alius I.g.
On f. iii verso, pasted in by a later owner, a miniature (80 x 61 mm.), the Queen of Sheba before Solomon, and a separate compartmentalized border (161 x 105 mm.) of blue and gold acanthus on pink, and red, purple and white flowers and grapevines.
Pasted in on f. 137v a small miniature (41 x 32 mm.) of St. Barbara, originally for a Suffrage, probably from the same Book of Hours as the border of f. iii verso.
Manuscript on paper of Christine de Pizan, La Cite des dames. With Jacques le Grand, Le Livre de bonnes moeurs.
ff. iii (paper) + 209 + ii (paper)
263 x 178 (188 x 130) mm.
Also known as: Christine de Pizan
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|Curatorial Area:||General Collection, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University|
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