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of the Garter which follows the conclusion of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, though it is striking that Sir John Paston's "boke off knyghthod" contained a detailed account of "Hou Knyghtis of the Bath shulde be made" (see note

McDermott, John J. "Henryson's Testament of Cresseid and Heywood's A Woman Killed with Kindness." Renaissance Quarterly 20 (1967), 16-21. McDonald, Craig. "Venus and the Goddess Fortune in The Testament of Cresseid." Scottish Literary Journal 4 (1977), 14-24. McNamara, John. "Divine

thorns (line 12). See Matthew 27:27-31; Mark 15:16-20; John 19:1-5. They also cast lots (play quoits) for his garments (Matthew 27:35; Mark 15:24; Luke 23:34; John 19:23-24). 11 Thai scurgit him. John 19:1-16; Mark 15:15. 13 nalit on a tre.

floor Except that; arse; outside door; (see note) good sir here you have lost all your desire; (see note) St. John know I none; (see note) love more (see note) I sorrow [both] night; (see note) alas alas I love

the Annunciation is followed with an account of Mary's visit to her cousin Elizabeth, who is pregnant with John the Baptist; when John leaps in her womb at the recognition of Mary's greeting, Elizabeth proclaims Mary blessed, and Mary responds

translated the Bible into English (see lines 9-10). A late fourteenth-century defense of translating the Bible into English, perhaps by John Purvey, begins with mention of friars: "Heere the freris with ther fautours [abettors] seyn that it is heresye to

thorns (line 12). See Matthew 27:27-31; Mark 15:16-20; John 19:1-5. They also cast lots (play quoits) for his garments (Matthew 27:35; Mark 15:24; Luke 23:34; John 19:23-24). 11 Thai scurgit him. John 19:1-16; Mark 15:15. 13 nalit on a tre.

thorns (line 12). See Matthew 27:27-31; Mark 15:16-20; John 19:1-5. They also cast lots (play quoits) for his garments (Matthew 27:35; Mark 15:24; Luke 23:34; John 19:23-24). 11 Thai scurgit him. John 19:1-16; Mark 15:15. 13 nalit on a tre.

see, Good lord, what clipping was there! With kind imbraces, and jobbing of faces, Providing of gallant cheer. For Little John took his bow in his hand, And wandring in the wood, To kill the deer, and make good chear,

that the biographical information was supplied by the scribe John Shirley, who is well-known for his personalized, chatty marginal notes. See Connolly, John Shirley, pp. 145-69. On Henry Scogan, see Farnham, "John (Henry) Scogan"; Kittredge, "Henry Scogan"; and Hallmundsson, "Chaucer's

thorns (line 12). See Matthew 27:27-31; Mark 15:16-20; John 19:1-5. They also cast lots (play quoits) for his garments (Matthew 27:35; Mark 15:24; Luke 23:34; John 19:23-24). 11 Thai scurgit him. John 19:1-16; Mark 15:15. 13 nalit on a tre.

thorns (line 12). See Matthew 27:27-31; Mark 15:16-20; John 19:1-5. They also cast lots (play quoits) for his garments (Matthew 27:35; Mark 15:24; Luke 23:34; John 19:23-24). 11 Thai scurgit him. John 19:1-16; Mark 15:15. 13 nalit on a tre.

thorns (line 12). See Matthew 27:27-31; Mark 15:16-20; John 19:1-5. They also cast lots (play quoits) for his garments (Matthew 27:35; Mark 15:24; Luke 23:34; John 19:23-24). 11 Thai scurgit him. John 19:1-16; Mark 15:15. 13 nalit on a tre.

thorns (line 12). See Matthew 27:27-31; Mark 15:16-20; John 19:1-5. They also cast lots (play quoits) for his garments (Matthew 27:35; Mark 15:24; Luke 23:34; John 19:23-24). 11 Thai scurgit him. John 19:1-16; Mark 15:15. 13 nalit on a tre.

thorns (line 12). See Matthew 27:27-31; Mark 15:16-20; John 19:1-5. They also cast lots (play quoits) for his garments (Matthew 27:35; Mark 15:24; Luke 23:34; John 19:23-24). 11 Thai scurgit him. John 19:1-16; Mark 15:15. 13 nalit on a tre.

thorns (line 12). See Matthew 27:27-31; Mark 15:16-20; John 19:1-5. They also cast lots (play quoits) for his garments (Matthew 27:35; Mark 15:24; Luke 23:34; John 19:23-24). 11 Thai scurgit him. John 19:1-16; Mark 15:15. 13 nalit on a tre.

thorns (line 12). See Matthew 27:27-31; Mark 15:16-20; John 19:1-5. They also cast lots (play quoits) for his garments (Matthew 27:35; Mark 15:24; Luke 23:34; John 19:23-24). 11 Thai scurgit him. John 19:1-16; Mark 15:15. 13 nalit on a tre.

that idea in John, where Jesus heals (re-creates the vision of) the blind man by placing clay on his eyes which then falls away. 277 Proverbial. Compare Whiting D85. 296–310 The lines are a close rendering of John 11:22–26. 357

Spirit (S 2:527). 4 This Judas, not to be confused with Judas Iscariot, is the son of James (Luke 6:16, John 14:22, and Acts 1:13) and may be the Thaddeus of Matthew 10:3 and Mark 3:18. 7 enbawmyd. MED (1a,

thorns (line 12). See Matthew 27:27-31; Mark 15:16-20; John 19:1-5. They also cast lots (play quoits) for his garments (Matthew 27:35; Mark 15:24; Luke 23:34; John 19:23-24). 11 Thai scurgit him. John 19:1-16; Mark 15:15. 13 nalit on a tre.

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