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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,

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,

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,

plays.4 The pageant’s relevance to the feast of Corpus Christi, a celebration of the Eucharist, is obvious, since the central event of the pageant was the revelation of Jesus in the breaking of the bread, unfortunately imperfectly preserved in the

of the Writings in Middle English, chosen for its descriptive accuracy. The text begins one-third down the page of fol. 26v. 1 beyond the se. The Middle English versions in Jacob’s Well and the Alphabet of Tales (the tales

Girflet, son of Do of Carduel, who became a knight of the Round Table and was slain by Lancelot in the abduction of Guinevere (Index of the Arthurian Names in Middle English, p. 112). 1574 Lamberte. Rate’s presentation of this

of the romances and other narratives in Ashmole 61; see Sir Isumbras and Sir Cleges (items 5 and 24). 26 thei myght no chyld have. The arrival of a child after a long period of barrenness recalls the pregnancy

of honor. 92 gifen. So MS; RHR gyfen. 94 gr. The first degree, the prize, the victory, pre-eminence, top of the ladder, reward. 105 Nowther. So MS (nower); RHR nouer. 108 assise. The court of Assizes determined legal matters

support of your Grace Ther beon entred into youre royal place, And late ecomen into youre castell, Youre poure lieges, wheche lyke nothing weel; Nowe in the vigyle of this nuwe yeere Certeyne sweynes ful froward of ther chere Of

Of diverse thingys thei made ther leys: Som thei made of herpyngys, And som of other diverse thingys, Som of werre and som of wo, Som of myrthys and joy also, Som of trechery and som of gyle, Som

of that frute, and anon he was clansid of alle his lepr; and toke of the frute with him, and livid welle withe sustenaunce thereof. Thenne he sawe a feire castell, and in the circuite aboute ful of hedis

tyme of Uter and Pendragon, Kyng Artour fader of grete renoune, A sembly man of syght. He had a knyght hyght Sir Clegys; A doughtyer man was non at nedys Of the Ronde Tabull ryght. He was man of hy

those qualities of the stones which are consistent with his religious/moral reading of Emar. On the virtues of stones, see Chaucer's Romaunt of the Rose: Rychesse a girdell hadde upon, The bokel of it was of a stoon Of vertu

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