Arts & Sciences Research Paper #4: A Day in the Life of a Minor Fifteenth-Century Provençal Noblewoman

Lovely work on a day in the life of an historical woman…

East Kingdom Gazette

Our fourth A&S Research Paper comes to us from Baroness Ysabella de Draguignan, of the Barony of Dragonship Haven, and is drawn from her study of historical household management; here, she describes for us how one of her days might have progressed. (Prospective future contributors, please check out our original Call for Papers.)

A Day in the Life of a Minor Fifteenth-Century Provençal Noblewoman

Baronne Ysabella de Draguignan was born 21 November 1375 in St. Saveur le Viscomte, Normandy, France, born to Nicolas de Villarquemada (d. 1380) and Bernice de Clarens (d. 1386). Her siblings include Iago (older brother, d. 1380), Esther (older sister), Adhemar de Villarquemada (older brother), Jean-Claude (older brother), and Guillaime (older brother, d. 1401).

lespinasse Chateau de Lespinasse (the model for Draguignan). Photo copyright Comite Regional de Developpement Touristique d’Auvergne.

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