I was interested to read a posting on the Medieval Religion discussion group from Jean Luc Deuffic drawing attention to his recent post on his Medieval Manuscrpt blog about the library of Queen Blanche of Navarre or Evreux (1331-1398), the second wife of King Philip VI of France.
It is based on her testamentary bequests from 1398, when she died after 48 years of widowhood. Queen Blanche possessed a not inconsiderable library, and a sense of family piety in both senses of the phrase. His post, which is in French, mais c'nest pas difficle, can be read here.
The photograph shows her tomb effigy at the abbey of St Denis.