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The Norman Blake Editions of The Canterbury Tales icon

The Norman Blake Editions of The Canterbury Tales

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Byhold the myrie talkynge of the Hoost to Chaucer

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Here the hoost stynteth Chaucer of his tale of Thopas , and biddeth hym , telle another tale Namoore of this , for goddes dignytee Quod oure hoost for thow makest me

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Hoost to Chaucer Whan seyd was al this miracle , euery man As sobre was , that wonder was to se Til that oure hoost Iapen to bigan And thanne at erst he looked vp on me .s. Chaucer And

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hoost. to Chaucer WHan seyd was al this myracle , euery man As sobre was , that wonder was to se Til that oure hoost iapen to bigan And thanne at erst he looked vp on me .i. Chaucer And

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de Chaucer Grisilde is deed , and eek hir pacience And bothe atones , buryed in Ytaille For which I crie , in open audience No wedded man , so hardy be tassaille His wyues pacience , in hope to

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Early English Books Online Text Creation Partnership

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tot cumuata modisHec sibi marmoreo scribentur sepulchro¶Hee maneat laudis sarcina sum sueGalfridus Chaucer rates. et fam poesiMaterne. ac sacra sum tumulatus humoPost obitum Caxton voluit te viuere cum¶Willelmi. Chaucer clare poeta tujNam tua non solum compressit opuscula formisHas quo{que} {sed}

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20881.3S10044099836280540The remors of conscyence. Here begynneth certayne demonstracyons by our lorde to all synfull persones with the remors of mannes conscynce to the regarde of the bounte of our lorde.Lichfield, William, d. 1448.7 600dpi TIFF G4 page imagesUniversity of

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Epitaphiū Galfridi Chaucer. per poetam laureatū Stephaū surigonū ¶Mediolanensē in decretis licenciatūPyerides muse si possunt numina fleFūdere. diuinas at{que} rigare genasGalfridi vatis chaucer crudelia fata¶Plangite. sit lacrinus abstinuisse nephasUos colu viuēs. at vos celebrate sepultumRddatur merito gracia digna viroGrande decus

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depiction of crucifixion6828S106576998422906934hEre endeth the book named the dictes or sayengis of the philosophres enprynted. by me william Caxton at westmestre the yere of our lord .M.CCCC.Lxx vij. Whiche book is late translated out of Frenshe into englyssh. by

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5087S108768998444249235The book of fame made by Gefferey Chaucer.Chaucer, Geoffrey, d. 1400.26 600dpi TIFF G4 page imagesUniversity of Michigan, Digital Library Production ServiceAnn Arbor, Michigan2003 January (TCP phase 1)99844424STC (2nd ed.) 5087.Duff 86.GW 6589.9235A18553.0001.001This keyboarded and encoded edition of the

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The Corpus of Middle English Prose and Verse

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The Clerk. The Merchant . The Squire . The Franklin . The Doctor. The Pardoner. The Shipman . The Prioress. Chaucer . Monk and Hound . The Nun ' s Priest . The Second Nun . The Canon ' s

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myrie talkyng/ of the Hoost/. to Chaucer . WHan seyd was al this myracle / euery man As sobre was / that wonder was to se Til that oure hoost iapen he bigan .i. Chaucer And thanne at erst he

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Hoost to Chaucer WHan seyd was al this myrakele euery man As sobere was that wondir was to see Til that oure hoost Iapyn tho [la ter ] be-gan And thanne at erst he lokede vp-on mee .i. Chaucer And

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scripti inden tati penes predictis Thoma Chaucer , Johanne et Hamone remanenti predicti Ricardus et Agnes sigilla sua apposuerunt: alteri vero parti hujus scripti indentati penes predictis Ricardo et Agnete remanenti predicti Thomas Chaucer , Johannes , et Hamo sigilla

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[ c. 1425 ] This is a fragment of a letter, which from the mention of " master Chaucer " ( Thomas Chaucer , who died in 1434 ) must have been addressed to the first Thomas Stonor . The

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British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

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(foliate) pen-flourishing. Canterbury Tales Sir Hans Sloane (b. 1660, d. 1753), baronet, physician and collector. Purchased as part of the Sloane collection from Sloane's executors and incorporated into the newly founded British Museum in 1753. Flourished initial Geoffrey Chaucer England

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Miniature of Chaucer, wearing an inkhorn around his neck, clutching a rosary, and pointing at the text. The lines of verse at which Chaucer points refer to his portrait: 'I have heere his liknesse / Do make, to this ende,

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a miniature of Chaucer, wearing an inkhorn around his neck, clutching a rosary, and pointing at the text. Horizontal catchwords.f. 1* is a parchment flyleaf.f. 1: Added text in a later hand, with the rubric: 'Here begynnth the Book how

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429.Bought by the British Museum from B. Quaritch, 9 November 1889 (note on 1st flyleaf verso), using the Bridgewater fund (£12,000 bequeathed in 1829 by Francis Henry Egerton, 8th Earl of Bridgewater (b. 1756, d. 1829). Detail Geoffrey Chaucer England

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429.Bought by the British Museum from B. Quaritch, 9 November 1889 (note on 1st flyleaf verso), using the Bridgewater fund (£12,000 bequeathed in 1829 by Francis Henry Egerton, 8th Earl of Bridgewater (b. 1756, d. 1829). Detail Geoffrey Chaucer England

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Late Medieval English Scribes

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Manuscript Description USA, manuscript in private ownership Title: Astrolabe Author: Chaucer

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Scribal Profile Unknown Current Manuscript: Oxford, Trinity College MS 29 (IMEV 3121) Identification: Copied the Chaucer and Hoccleve Folios: 1-188v, 196-225 Sampled Folios: 79v, 97v Image Rights: Reproduced by permission of the President and Fellows of Trinity College, Oxford adghrswy

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S. 1. MS Appellation: Hatfield Fragment Title: Troilus and Criseyde Author: Chaucer Contents: Troilus and Criseyde fragment. Language: English Scribal Hands: Adam Pinkhurst Dialect: London Type III Material: Parchment No of Folios: Two sides of single strip. Page Size: 240

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(941) MS Appellation: M. R. James catalogue 941 Title: Astrolabe Author: Chaucer Contents: Part 1 of an assembly of 6 astrological treatises and calendars. Language: English Date Range: 1450-1475 Scribal Hands: Unknown Material: Parchment No of Folios: 1-36 + 1

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Foules (close to text of Gg. 4.27), Chaucer; f59r Complaint unto his purse, Chaucer; ff61-63v Complaints of Anelida, Chaucer; ff64-67v Legend of Good Women, the tale of Thisbe, Chaucer; ff68-69v Complaint of Venus, Chaucer; ff71-76v; Lepistre de Cupide, Hoccleve; ff117-134v

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The Middle English Dictionary

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245 Robertus le Chaucer. (1302) Close R.Edw.I 531 John le Chaucer of London. (1304-5) Court R.Lond. p.166 Thomas de Kydemenstre, chaucer. (1311) Court R.Colchester 1 31 Bartholomew le Chaucer. (1332) Sub.R.Lond. in Unwin Finance 70 Tehobaldus le Chaucer. (1428) Feudal

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an envoie as a concluding stanza. c1432-a1500(c1390) Chaucer L.St. Robinson Lenvoy to King Richard. c1450(1399) Chaucer Purse Benson-Robinson Lenvoy de Chaucer. a1500(c1380) Chaucer Bal.Ch. Benson-Robinson Lenvoye. c1450(c1393) Chaucer Scog. Benson-Robinson Lenvoy de Chaucer a Scogan. A message. c1425(a1420) Lydg. TB

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Cristienli adv. In a Christian manner. c1415 Chaucer CT.ML. Lnsd 851 B.1122 Þis Childe Moris..leued Cristienly.

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embrouding ger. Embroidering. (c1390) Chaucer CT.Pars. Manly-Rickert I.417 The cost of embrawdynge.

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attourning ger. Return. c1410 Chaucer CT.Kn. Hrl 7334 A.2095 The day approcheþ of her attournyng.

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British Literary Manuscripts Online

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82 images. Date(s) Author(s) [Geoffrey Chaucer] Collection(s) Part One: Medieval Manuscripts from the Sloane and Additional Manuscripts, Section A Manuscript Number 9832 Source Library British Library, London Description THE LEGENDE of good women, by Geoffrey Chaucer. On paper of the

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images. Date(s) Author(s) [Geoffrey Chaucer] Collection(s) Part One: Medieval Manuscripts from the Sloane and Additional Manuscripts, Section A Manuscript Number 10,340 Source Library British Library, London Description BOETRIUS de Consolations Philosophiæ, translated into English by Goffrey Chaucer. On vellum, of

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London 95 images. Date(s) Author(s) [Geoffroy Chaucer] Collection(s) Part One: Medieval Manuscripts from the Sloane and Additional Manuscripts, Section A Manuscript Number 25,718 Source Library British Library, London Description THE Canterbury Tales of Geoffroy Chaucer. Imperfect; containing portions only of

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Manuscripts, Section A 12,044 British Library, London 117 images. Date(s) Author(s) [Geoffrey Chaucer] Collection(s) Part One: Medieval Manuscripts from the Sloane and Additional Manuscripts, Section A Manuscript Number 12,044 Source Library British Library, London Description CHAUCER's Poem of Troylus and

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Manuscripts, Section A 12524 British Library, London 31 images. Date(s) Author(s) [Geoffrey Chaucer, Gilbert Banester] Collection(s) Part One: Medieval Manuscripts from the Sloane and Additional Manuscripts, Section A Manuscript Number 12524 Source Library British Library, London Description CHAUCER'S Legends of

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British History Online

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February 1405 Feb. 18. Westminster. To Thomas Chaucer the chief butler, or to his representative in the port of Bristol. Order of the prise of the king's wines in that port for this year only to deliver of the king's

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January 1417 Jan. 28. Westminster. To Thomas Chaucer the chief butler, or to his representative in the port of London. Order without taking custom, prise, subsidy or duty to deliver to the duke of Burboun, the king's prisoner, his servants

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May 30. Westminster. To the escheator in Essex. Order to give Thomas Chaucer and Maud his wife seisin of the moiety of the manor of Hatfelde Peverell which pertains to them by inheritance in right of the said Maud after

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Jan. 23. Westminster. Richard Catermaynes of Oxfordshire to Thomas Chaucer esquire. Recognisance for 60 l ., to be levied etc. in Oxfordshire. John Welweton the younger, otherwise called John Wodehay the younger, to William Hankeforde knight, Robert Veel the elder,

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1. Westminster. William Walderne mayor of London, John Prophete clerk, Thomas Chaucer, Richard Whytyngton, Thomas Knolles, Richard Merlawe, Nicholas Wotton, Thomas Fauconer, William Sevenoke, Robert Arnolde, Thomas Aleyne, John Aleyne and Henry Somer to the king. Recognisance for 10,000 marks,

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The Imagining History project

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very reminiscent of the Petworth Chaucer scribe, and perhaps even more like scribe B of NLS Advocates 18.1.17, a scribe who writes most of a book that had its opening gatherings copied by the Petworth Chaucer scribe; a high quality

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London, British Library MS. Harley 2248 Incipit Begins fol. 19r, 'Here may a man here how Englonde was ffirst called Albion and through whom hit hadde that name', preceded on fols 1-17r by a table of contents. Matheson Version

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Mistress if the Hope he has to Win her Should Prevail’, fols. 90r-93v 10: verse, 'An introduction and epitaph to Chaucer', fols. 94r-v 11: verse, lines on Lucrece and her epitaph, fol. 95r 12: verse, Epigram on Ovid’s grave, fol.

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The poems of “Ch” have been edited by Wimsatt, Chaucer and the Poems of “Ch”; for Chaucer’s remark, see his Retraction, line 1086. 6 Strohm, “Some Generic Distinctions,” similarly concludes that Chaucer understood a “tretys” to be “a ‘tale’. .

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"CH": NOTES Abbreviations: A: Neuchâtel; B: Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, MS lat. 3343; C: Barcelona text; CT: Chaucer, Canterbury Tales; LGW: Chaucer, The Legend of Good Women; P: University of Pennsylvania MS French 15. [Ch I; MS #235] Chançon

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Chaucer was finishing Troilus and Criseyde; and he was ordained a priest in 1397 when Chaucer was in the final phase of The Canterbury Tales. Probably while studying at Oxford in the late 1390s, he made contact with Thomas

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Wycliffite Bible, lines 111-12 and note. 4 parfit charitee. For the tradition of sancta rusticitas before Langland and Chaucer, see Jill Mann, Chaucer and Medieval Estates Satire (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1973), pp. 68-69, and the references in endnotes 65

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"CH": NOTES Abbreviations: A: Neuchâtel; B: Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, MS lat. 3343; C: Barcelona text; CT: Chaucer, Canterbury Tales; LGW: Chaucer, The Legend of Good Women; P: University of Pennsylvania MS French 15. [Ch I; MS #235] Chançon

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Geographies of Orthodoxy: Mapping English Pseudo-Bonaventuran Lives of Christ, 1350-1550

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(Book of Hours according to Sarum use). See Scott 73-6. Number of Scribal Hands 1 Style of Hands The Petworth Chaucer scribe. Estimated Date of Hands - Scribal Annotation - Notable Dialect Features - Annotation and Marginalia - Graffitti -

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with rounded lobes, 'd' with looped ascender; 'w' with prominent central loop, somewhat reminiscent of the Waseda/Advocates' scribe (the Petworth Chaucer scribe), although this scribe is clearly not identifiable as the same hand. Estimated Date of Hands 2nd quarter C15.

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variety. The scribe was identified by Jeremy Griffiths as the Petworth Chaucer scribe. From my examination of the book, however, I think it is possible that the Petworth Chaucer scribe only writes to the end of the first main gathering

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Prick of Conscience , lines 4085-6407 ( IMEV 3428; Manual , 7, p. 2486), fols 159r b -174v. 4. Geoffrey Chaucer, An ABC to the Virgin , IMEV 239 ), fols 175r-178v. [John Thompson has argued that these opening items

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scripts, particularly National Library of Scotland, Advocates MS 18.1.17 and Waseda University, MS NE 3691, books involving the so-called Petworth Chaucer scribe; if anything this script is superior, more consistently penned, in terms of form, duct and size. Idiosyncrasies of

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Print from 6 MSS not containing the Pardoner ’ s Tale, The Chaucer Society Series 1, 92, London: Tr ü bner. Hammond, E. P. 1908, rpt. 1933. Chaucer: A Bibliographical Manual , New York: Macmillan, rpt, New York: Peter Smith,

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'Ther be vi thynges'. 'and so be hit. Amen'. English f. 28r Prayer 'O vos sacerdotes'. Latin ff. 29r-48r Geoffrey Chaucer Tale of Melibeus (IPMEP 18 ) 'A yonge man myghtye and riche'. 'his goode name for it is written'.

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the Time of Chaucer to Henry VIII c. 1380 - c. 1509: The Bodleian Library, Oxford, MSS Additional - Digby , vol. 1, Turnhout: Harvey Miller Publishers, p. 48, no. 115. Hammond, E. P. 1908, rpt. 1933. Chaucer: A Bibliographical

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Eljenholm Nichols, A., and Scott, K. L. ed, 2001. An Index of Images in English Manuscripts from the Time of Chaucer to Henry VIII c. 1380-c.1509: Fascicle 2, MSS Dodsworth-Marshall , London, Turnhout: Harvey Miller Publishers, p. 53, no. 540.

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Eljenholm Nichols, A., and Scott, K. L. ed, 2001. An Index of Images in English Manuscripts from the Time of Chaucer to Henry VIII c. 1380-c.1509: Fascicle 2, MSS Dodsworth-Marshall , London, Turnhout: Harvey Miller Publishers, p.88, no. 662. Madan,

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Trübner, 1879; reprinted 1962): 498-499. R. P. Wülcker, Altenglisches Lesebuch (Halle: Niemeyer, 1874-80). A. J. Ellis, On Early English Pronunciation, Chaucer Society, Second Series, 4 (London: Trübner, 1869): 449. T. Wright, The Political Songs of England, Camden Society, 6 (London:

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of the text). D. B. Sands, Middle English Verse Romances (Exeter: Exeter University Press, 1986). B. Ford, The Age of Chaucer (With an Anothology of Medieval Poems) (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1969). (Normalised text based on Sisam). W. H. French and C.

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1810): 3.3-153. F. J. Furnivall, E. Brock and W. A. Clouston, Originals and Analogues of Some of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, Chaucer Society, Second Series, 7, 10, 15, 20, 22 (London: Trübner, 1872-87): 448-450. Index 3187. The Seven Sages of Rome

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Oxford, Bodleian Library, Rawlinson Poet. 141 Text: Chaucer, Canterbury Tales Tranche 1 fol. 58rThis alison . answerd who is there . That knokketh so . j warant hit a thefe . Why nay q d he god wote my swete

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