Chantilly, Musée Condé, 645-646-647

Le rommans de Tristan et de la royne Iseult la blonde royne de Cornoaille

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Folios288
1 frontend papers
1 backend papers
LanguageFrench - Unspecified localisation or influence
Approx. date1480
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First words of second recto folioque Je te ontvoie la garde du Saint vaissel après ma mort Et quant fu trespasse.
First words of last recto folio
IncipitCi comance le livre du vaillant ch{evali]lr Tristan filz duroy Meliadus de Leonoy et de bazille sa fem[m]e, fille de Felix, roy de Cornoaille, lequel livre aeste translacte de latin en francoys par noble hom[m]e messire luces, ch[evali]lr, seigner du chastel du Gaad, pres de Sallebieres en A[n]gleterre
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Catchword disposition:verso of the final leaf of the quire, centred at the base of the folio, framed in red ink

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General decoration:highly and richly illuminated
Evidence of readership:The arms of the Condé-Bourbon and Montmorency are found imprinted on the cover of the leather binding On the flyleaf are the arms of Jean du Mas, seigneur de L' isle
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Page sampledf. 2
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Page dimensions445x310 (mm)
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Columns2
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Lines43
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DescriptionGilles Gracien de Gassien, scribe Evrard d'Espinques, illuminator
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