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Its greatest strengths are how it seamlessly overlaps the details of the many women's lives and in its compelling accounts of the somewhat lesser-known women such as Anne de Beaujeu
, Marguerite of Navarre, and Louise of Savoy.
When her father died in 1483, her brother Charles inherited the throne and her sister Anne de Beaujeu
Marguerite d'Autriche also owned at least one polyphonic songbook, as did other members of the nobility such as Louis d'Orleans (Paris, Bibliotheque nationale, MS fonds francais 2245) and Anne de Beaujeu
and her husband, Pierre de Bourbon (London, British Library, MS Royal 20.A.xvi).
Murielle Gaude-Ferragu itemizes the novelties of this same duke's funeral, which was organized by Anne de Beaujeu
, from lit mortuaire to tomb, and with a unique emphasis on the inauguration of a successor and on an elaborate written chronicle.
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In addition, "Trinarium," now in the citation for figure 2, should be "Ternarium." The Enseignements of Anne de Beaujeu
(note 16 on P.
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Elianne Viennot took a frankly polemical position on Anne de Beaujeu
's pivotal role in the court of her younger brother Charles VIII, even as she admits that she could have made a stronger case had she taken the time to make sure that Anne was actually at court when the letters in question were being written.
This, and the more "noble" costumes of all the women in the manuscript, make plausible her view that this was a work commissioned by a woman at court, possibly Anne of Brittany, Marguerite of Austria, or Anne de Beaujeu
. The choice of such a work for commission not only reflects the desire to own a beautiful object, but also humanist interests among royal and noble Frenchwomen at the end of the fifteenth and beginning of the sixteenth centuries.