Ms. single leaf written and illuminated in Paris, France, between 1527 and 1530.
This miniature comes from the unique illuminated copy of Crétin's poem on hunting with dogs versus birds.
Texts: recto: 11 lines of the end of section three; verso: 6 lines of the beginning of section four.
Decoration: on the recto: 1 tailpiece; on the verso: 1 large miniature with architectural border.
Miniature: The Judgment of the Count of Tancarville (Handing his decision to a messenger is the count of Tancarville, who had been asked to settle the debate; dogs win.)
Artist: Master of François de Rohan.
The codex originally contained four miniatures. The first miniature is in the Cleveland Museum of Art (acc. no. 91.157); the second and third are in an American private collection.
Debate between two women on the pastimes of hunting with dogs versus birds