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of his disciples. cleophas & another in the liknes of a pilgryme & spake with them of his deth & of his passion / butt they knewe him nat And at euen whanne they came to the castell.of

with two of his dyscyplesCleophas & an other in the lyknesseof a pylgryme & spake with them ofhis deth and of his passyon / but theyknewe hym not. And at euen whanthey came to ye castellofEmaus / hefayned

to warde y• castel ofEmaus ca lvi. THe selfe daye of resur¦reccōn as ii. dysciples of Jhū yeden towarde ye cast¦el Emaus. & mornyng: and in maner of despayr talkin¦ge togyd{er} by the waye of yt befell the fridaye

Of alle the apperynges of our lord Jhesus in general. Capitulum lxi.Of the assency on of oure lord Jhesus. Capitulum lxii.Of the sendynge doune. and the comynge of the holy ghoost Capitulum. lxiii.Of that excellente and moost worthy sacrament

dome shold be re∣pelled or chaunged Victor the sonne of maximus the tyraunt was slayne of one Arbogastes / Aboute that tyme was a childe y bore in the catel ofemaus that hadde twey bodyes fro the na¦uel vpward

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in the fourteenth century see ThomasStAsaph3 142. D.R.Thomas, The History of the Diocese of St Asaph (3 vols, London, 1908) (extensive revision of D.R.Thomas, A History of the Diocese of St Asaph, 5 pts in a single vol., London, 1870-74).

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cite of Cayphas, þat sum men callez þe Castellof Pilgrimes. And fra þeine to Ierusalem er iii. day iournez, in þe whilk men schall ga thurgh Cesaria Philippi, and so to Iaffe and Rames and þe castellofEmaus,

CHAPTER XI [Of the temple of oure Lord; of the crueltee of kyng Heroud ; of the mount Syon; of Probatica Piscina; and of Natatorium Siloe. ] FRA þe kirke of þe sepulcre, toward þe est, ane aght score passez

under oure signet at my Lordes Castellof Wyndesore the xix day of August the xxj yere of my said lordes Reigne. To our trusty and welbeloved the maistre fforster of oure fforest of Blakmore, and to all other fforsters

His loue to hir anone he kaste than, And in-to the Castell forthwith he cam; As sone as he might it doo, To the highe palais he gan goo: Of oon daie hym thoughte ten, That he ne might see

apostyll of oure sauyoure. And þer is þe graue of Absolone, Of kynge Josaphat & of Ysayone; All , saue þe graue of Absolone, Is transtorrentem Sedrone, And vnder þat ley þe same tre That þe crosse was made of,

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Illuminated letters 'HEC'; the 'H' and part of the 'E' on a probably post-medieval inserted patch of parchment. 1 large initial excised and replaced by an initial in gold, followed by display capitals in gold on a blue ground (f.

upper margins. Glossed Exodus (index Old Testament) Edmund Castell (bap. 1606, d. 1686), orientalist and lexicographer: his signature, followed by a note in Arabic (f. 101); not found in the catalogue of his sale, Cambridge, 30 June 1686.Inscription: 'David Swan.

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Earlier editors Newport is sited on the east instead of the west bank of the Usk (Parsons) Early Maps Overwritten no Attested spelling Niweport c. 1218 Gir; Novus Burgus 11th and 12th century; Welsh Castell Newyd ar Wysc 14th century

Record: Llanfihangel Castell Gwallter (Llandre) County Cardiganshire Transcript ...[angel] Icon description castle, walls with three (?) gates Icons gates (multiple) castle Description Appearances Etymology W llan, 'church' + Mihangel, pers. name Translation Earlier editors lanmihangel (Parsons) Early Maps Overwritten no

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schende Is compleynyng how many oon may men fynde The ende of þi werk or of þi lustes blynde Nought oonly þat þou fayntest mannes mynde O foule lust of luxurie lo þin ende And þus haþ crist vnwemmed kept

she this wey vnto the Castell holde And as she wold ouer the thresshold gon The Marquys cam and gan hir for to calle And she set doū hir water pot anon Byside the thresshfold of this oxes stalle And

and bi resoun The emprentyng of hir consolacioun Thurgh which hir gret sorwe gan asswage She may nat alwey duren in swich rage And eke Arueragus in al this care Hath sent hir lettres hom of his welfare And that

Emelya Of yren gret and square as any sparre That þorugh a wyndow þikke of many a barre And so byfell by auenture or caas , That he was born ful ofte seide allas And to himself compleignyng of his

of hir body for to twynne Hire to deliuer of wo þat sche was Inne He fond also þe tresour þat sche brought In hire langage mercy sche bisought And fond þis wery wōman ful of care The Constable

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right, To a castell that Emaus hight; Fyve myle or more of that contré, Fra Jerusalem that hye cité. And of Criste gon thai wordes warpe, And of his ded sorowfull to carpe; And als thai of Criste carpande yede,

of Samuelle; That is besyde the castellofEmaus, Ther Jhesu spake to Cleophas. Fyrst joy after that to us come When we sey the wawle of Jerusalem. And the fyrst fote that we sette therine, We were deliverde

and makar of us all, And with no spue of crime coinquinate, Bot virgyne pure, clerare than cristall. O blissit ros, o gemme of chastitee, O well of beautee, rute of all gudenace, O way of bliss, flour of virginitee,

and makar of us all, And with no spue of crime coinquinate, Bot virgyne pure, clerare than cristall. O blissit ros, o gemme of chastitee, O well of beautee, rute of all gudenace, O way of bliss, flour of virginitee,

and makar of us all, And with no spue of crime coinquinate, Bot virgyne pure, clerare than cristall. O blissit ros, o gemme of chastitee, O well of beautee, rute of all gudenace, O way of bliss, flour of virginitee,

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we ar fully accordit & Thir witnes John of Strothir & Rob er t of horsley Wrytyn Jn ye New Castellof Tyne ye ix day of June ye third 3ere of oure lorde ye kyng henry ye fyfte .

y-won þe town of kerm er dyn and wygmor constable of þe castell hadd y-3eld op þe castellof kerm er d to Oweyn ; and han y-brend þe town and y-slayedge of the letter of men of town mor

made the fourt day of Appryll the yere of oure lorde Kyng henry the sext the fourt beres wytnes that s ir Rob er t of Ogle knyght hase put the safgarde of the Castellof Berwyk rbd3 words/rbd to

be atto ur nay be the wyll of herr of heydlam som-tyme was lorde of lortyngton of all the landes & te n n y t the sayd herr hade in the tovne of Staynton in the kerres besyde Bernard+castell

y e Fest of Saynt Mich ael is Arcangell y e yer off our lo ur d god M l . CCCC . xxxv . be-twene . s er Cristofir of Curwen Chr . lo ur d of Canyell &

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