Or ca ma dame la regente
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In his book from 1486 Guy Marchant expanded the dance with a new series of female dancers: 34 women, of which only the queen and countess were illustrated. In 1491 he published the Danse macabre des femmes separately, where the row of women was expanded with the bigot woman and the female fool.
The corpse is no longer "le Mort" or "la Morte", but "la Mort", i.e. Death incarnate. In spite of this the new images show a female trait for all the corpses, viz. the long, jutting stands of hair.
It's not very clear what "la regente" is supposed to govern / rule over. A 'regent' could be the king's wife who has taken over governance of the country, while the king is absent, for instance Catherine of Aragon served as a regent of England for six months in 1513, while Henry VIII was in France. According to the conversation, this regent's duties have rather been that of a hostess at great parties.
Gentille femme de cheualier
śLa femme du cheualier
Pas si tost mourir ne cuidoye