English f. 91v South English Legendary: Feast of the Circumcision ( IMEV 4266 ) English f. 92r South English Legendary: Epiphany ( IMEV 3813 ) English f. 92r South English Legendary: Life of St. Hilary ( IMEV 2912 )
L. and Benskin, M. 1986. A Linguistic Atlas of Late Medieval English: County Dictionary , 4 vols, Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press, 4. Morris, R., ed, 1867-68, 1873. OldEnglish Homilies of the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries , 2 vols, EETS,
) English f. 48v South English Legendary: Feast of the Annunciation (IMEV 2989 ) English ff. 48v-49r South English Legendary: Moveable Feasts/Septuagesima (IMEV 791 ) English ff. 49r-51r South English Legendary: Lent (IMEV 1859 ) English ff. 51r-52r South English
) English Cf. Horstmann 1887, pp. 256-260. f. 6v South English Legendary: Life of St. Bridget (IMEV 2872 ) Longer version. English f. 9v South English Legendary: Life of St. Blase ( IMEV 2866 ) English f. 12v South English
Morris, R., ed, 1868. OldEnglish Homilies , series 1, EETS, os, 29, London: University Press, p. 245. Morris, R., ed, 1871. Legends of the Holy Rood; Symbols of the Passion and Cross Poems In OldEnglish of the Eleventh,
English , Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, pp. 145-147. McIntosh, A., Samuels, M. L. and Benskin, M. 1986. A Linguistic Atlas of Late Medieval English: County Dictionary , 4 vols, Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press, 4. Morris, R., ed, 1872. An
English Lyrics of MS Harley 2253, Old and English Texts , Manchester: University Press. Brown, C. 1916. A Register of Middle English Religious and Didactic Verse , 2 vols, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 320-22. Brown. C. ed., 1932.
in English: 'Superbia i boste y bragge euer with þe beste'. 'qua perditur vita eterna'. Latin English f. 103r-v Ten Commandments 'De x mandatis'. 'Cogitatum habe in preceptis dei'. First four sins only with each followed by an English quatrain.
by the English equivalient. Latin English f. 84r Old Testament worthies (IMEV 109 ) 'Iam innocenciam able audiui'. Seven lines on Old Testament worthies. The Latin is followed by the English equivalient, beginning: 'Abel was looset in treunesse'. English f.
texts including the Brut , hymns, prayers and prophecies in Latin, French and English. Texts are mainly Latin with a number of French texts and some English texts. For views with regard to the scribe see Revard 2000, p. 86,
boren was'. English Conlee 1991, pp. 10-17. f. 197v Doomsday ( IMEV 39 67 ) 'Uuen i þenke on domesdai wel sore mai me drede'. 'Amen'. English Cf. Brown 1932, pp. 42-54. ff. 198r-200r ( IMEV 3517 ) English Items
'How many partyse of speche ben ther? viii'. Late fourteenth/early fifteenth-century grammatical treatise. Ff. 57v-58r blank. English Thomson 1984, p. 55. Scribe of the English grammar beginning on f. 53r wrote in an Anglicana hand. Characteristics: dotted y ; sigma
Copying of Vernacular Literature in England , Yearbook of English Studies , 33, 1-17, pp. 16-17. De Vries, F. C., ed, 1966. Floris and Blauncheflur : A Middle English Romance. Edited with Introduction, Notes and Glossary , Groningen: Drukkerij
of yuel amen'. English ff. 1r-v Ave Maria 'Heyl marie ful of grace god is with þee & blessyd be þou among ane wymen & blessid þe fruyt of þi wombe ihesu amen'. Given here in full. English f. 1v
SC 2306 s. xiii 2 English French Latin Scribal dialect, ff. 1r-10v: Gloucestershire. Linguistic Atlas Grid Reference: 418 235, LP 6930 (McIntosh, Samuels and Benskin 1986, p. 196). A late thirteenth-century tri-lingual manuscript containing Latin, English, and French texts. ff.
ff. 160va-167vb Recipes and Charms Latin French English ff. 168r-187v Medical recipes 'Hic incipit modus de regemine informorum'. 'Quando aliqui infirmantu sic debetis procedere in regemine illorum'. Latin f. 188ra-188vb Medical Recipes English Latin ff. 188vb-194rb Practica Master Edward of
of the Middle English Anonymous Riming Chronicle , PMLA , 46, 115-154. Conlee, J. W, ed. 1991. Middle English Debate Poetry: A Critical Anthology , East Lansing: Colleagues Press. Cook, A. S. 1915. A Literary Middle English Reader ,
College 6 s. xv med English Scribal Dialect: Herefordshire. Linguistic Atlas Grid Reference: 345 269, LP 7510 (McIntosh, Samuels and Benskin 1986, p. 199). A mid-fifteenth-century manuscript (Hanna 2002, p. 7) containing Lydgate's Troy Book . ff. 1r-134r The Troy
Library Harley 201 ?s. vix English Scribe 1 - Scribal Dialect: Herefordshire. Linguistic Atlas Grid Reference: 363 258, LP 7500 (McIntosh, Samuels and Benskin 1986, p. 199). Scribe 2 - Scribal dialect: Gloucestershire. Linguistic Grid Reference: 384 219, LP 7080
South English Legendary, Leeds Texts and Monographs, ns, 6, Leeds: Universi ty of Leeds School of English. G0rlach, M. 1998. Studies in Middle English Saints Legends , Heidelberg: Carl Winter. Horstmann, C., ed, 1887. The Early South English Legendary
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