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The Middle English Dictionary

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pig n. From pigge n. Cp. MnE pig an ingot of iron, lead, etc. & ME soue ingot of metal. A container for wine; ?the hide of a pig used as a wineskin. c1450 Alph.Tales Add 25719 340/23 Euerilk day..was

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fleier n. Cp. MnE Dial. flair , flare the internal fat of a pig from which lard is made (EDD ). ?Internal fat (of a pig), kidney fat. ?c1450 Stockh.PRecipes Stockh 10.90 92/13 Take þe grees of þe fleyer of

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blesminge ger. Also blissoun- . Tupping (of sheep). (?1440) Palladius DukeH d.2 tab.53 Blissounynge of sheep.

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pigin n. From pig n. A container for butter, piggin. a1400(1334) Doc. in Vinogradoff Survey Denbigh 275 Redd. domino per annum vj vasa et pygyn butiri.

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swose n. ?Aberrant form of sous(e n.(1). ?Pickled parts of a pig; -- used in a nonsense passage. a1500 MSerm.Mol. Adv 19.3.1 83 Ther he saw stedus and stockfesche pryckyng swose in the watur.

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British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

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Miniatures of sheepand of rams. This is a 'Second Family' bestiary; see James; Payne p. 15. Numerous (112) miniatures in brown, green, and red, on alternately blue and red backgrounds. Small initials in red. Bestiary Thomas Rawlinson (b. 1681,

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Miniatures of sheep. This is a 'Second Family' bestiary; see James; Payne p. 15. Numerous (112) miniatures in brown, green, and red, on alternately blue and red backgrounds. Small initials in red. Bestiary Thomas Rawlinson (b. 1681, d. 1725), book

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Detail of a miniature of sheep. This is a 'Second Family' bestiary; see James; Payne p. 15. Numerous (112) miniatures in brown, green, and red, on alternately blue and red backgrounds. Small initials in red. Bestiary Thomas Rawlinson (b. 1681,

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the same artist, Nerio, and probably from the same manuscripts as Add. 32058, ff. 1 (a)-(b), and 2 (b).Musical notation. 1 historiated initial 'S' of two saints stopping a soldier from killing a sheep, in colours and gold. On the

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(f. 1).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. Hybrids, a pig,and a jester Pseudo-Aristotle England

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Linguistic Geographies: The Gough Map of Great Britain

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County Rivers, England and Wales - west coast from north to south Transcript fl hogwayn Icon description river Icons river Description Appearances red ink, faded, damaged parchment Etymology probably OW og, 'fast, lively' + banw, 'young pig' Translation Earlier editors

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building, castle Icons castle building Description Appearances faded Etymology ONb scip + tun, 'sheep farm' Translation Earlier editors skipton (OS 1935, Parsons) Early Maps scipto(n) (Angliae Figura) Overwritten no Attested spelling Skip-, Skypton(e) 1120 Dugd vi, 1120-1260 YCh vii (freq)

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County Bedfordshire Transcript sheford Icon description single building Icons building Description Appearances Etymology OE sceap, 'sheep' + ford, 'ford' Translation Earlier editors OS 1875 misread sheford as Stretford (Parsons) Early Maps Overwritten yes Attested spelling Sheford 1276 Ass, 1297 Ipm

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large castle Icons castle island Description Appearances Etymology OE sceap, 'sheep' + ieg, 'island' Translation Earlier editors Shephay (Gough). Sheppey castle was entirely rebuilt in the reign of Edward III and in 1366 its name was changed to Queenborough in

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Early English Books Online Text Creation Partnership

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sheep whiche had werre and discencion with the wolues / And by cause that the wulues made to stronge werre ageynst the sheep / the shepe thenne tooke for theyr help the dogges / and the whethers also /

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the sheep for the loue of the dog∣ges that kepte the sheep / the wolues sent an Ambassade vnto the sheep for to haue perpetuel pees with them / And for to ha ue pees / the wolues went and

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of brede And the Myllan went and sayd / she receyued hit presente my persone / And the sperowhawk sayd to the sheep / Come hyder why denyest thow that whiche thow hast take and recey∣ued / And thus was

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& sauer of the toun¶Lete horse & sheep laye theyr boost a doun¶But yf the Ram with his brasen belle¶Can for the sheep some better storye telle¶The Ram speketh for the sheep¶The sheep was symple & lothe to make a

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Of the sheep also cometh pellet & eke felleGadred in this londe for gret marchandyseCaryed ouer the see where men may hit selleThe wulle skynnes causen men to ryseIn to grete richesse in many sondry wyseThe sheep also tornyth to

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British History Online

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God the Father Almighty, the Son and Holy Ghost, and of the Mother of God the Virgin Mary, and of the Blessed Peter and Paul, and of the holy and glorious Benedict, our father, and also by authority of our

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and one customary pig,and by doing suit of court. And he held one acre of the gift of the lord abbot for 4 d . a year; and he petitioned the bailiff that he might double his rent,

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Westminster and the bailiffs of the coming fair of Westminster. - - Richard Pig of Beydon, co. Wilts, acknowledges that he owes to William de Dun 40 l .; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and

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his brother and heir; and from Hugh to William as son and heir; and from William to Robert as son and heir; and from Robert to Henry as son and heir; and from Henry to Richard as son and heir,

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on a blank leaf (f. 191) of Account Book, No. I., between the accounts for the years 8 Henry VI. and 9 Henry VI.-C.T.M. It may be well to contrast this menu with the provision made for James I. when

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The Corpus of Middle English Prose and Verse

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an hyred hyne, and þe sheep perteynen not to him , but þe dung of siche sheep,and þis dung suffisiþ to hem, howevere þe sheep faren. Sum ben wolves wiþouten forþ, and sum ben wolves wiþinne, and þes ben

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of þer sheep; but who may holde charite & þus chese þis worldly hauyng? for a man shulde loue more his sheep þan alle his godis or his body, siþ he shulde putte his lif for his sheep, as crist

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falliþ to herdis is to kepe þer sheep fro woluys, as false freris, þat comen to men to robbe þer wolle & do hem harm, ben clepid of crist woluys of raueyn. and of þis perel shulden persouns warne men.

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FOR HIRE OF SHEEP 27 DEC. , 1460 From Ancient Deeds , C. 8834 . Thys yndentur made at Stonore the xxvij th day of December the ere of Kyng Herre the Sexte xxxix th : wytnysseth þat Thomas Stonore,

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of crist shulden lyue of þe almes of sheep þat þey techen. for ȝif þey han rentis bifore or worldly richees, þei shulden leeue hem bifore or lyue on hem bi-syde þer sheep. & þus apostlis leften þer godis whanne

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Late Medieval English Scribes

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144 MS Appellation: HM 144 (Manly and Rickert) Title: Canterbury Tales (part) Author: Chaucer, Lydgate and Burgh Contents: Miscellany including Chaucer's Melibeus and the Monk's Tale, Lydgate's Cherle and Byrde and Hors Sheepand Goos Language: English Date Range: 1475-1500

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column and any glosses; 4 x horizontal enclosing top and bottom lines ruled within columns but not in space between them, and no ruling for running titles or catchwords; fine grey lines, pricking survives outer edges many leaves and also

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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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sheep or oxe swelle That any worm hath ete or worm y stonge Take water of that welle and wassh his tonge And it is hool anon and forthermore Of pokkes and of Scabbe and euery sore Shal euery

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a Chauntrye for soules And ran to Londoū , vn to Seint Poules And leet his sheep , encombred in the Myre He sette noght. his benefice to hyre By his clennesse , how þt his sheep sholde lyue Wel

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parysh moche and lyte Vpon his feet and in his hand a staffe This noble ensample to his sheep he yaffe That firste he wroght and afterward he taght Oute of the gospell tho wordes he kaught. And this figure

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Ther was enclosid rip and sad corage And in gret reuerence and charite Hir olde poore fadre fostred she A few sheep spynnyng on felde she kepte She wolde nat ben ydel til she slepte And whan she whom ward

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the drought and by the Reyne The yeldyng of his seed and of his greyne His lordes sheep his neet and his deyrye. His swyn his hors his stoore and his pultrye Was holly in his Reues gouernyngã And by

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British Literary Manuscripts Online

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in [to, interl.] shroudes: as I a sheep were." Dowell is headed: "Passus octanus de visione. Et incipit inquisicio prima de Dowell" (f. 36). Dobet and Dobest have no headings but "Passus xv." and " Passus xixus." respectively (ff. 69,

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Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 icon

Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858

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Court:undefined Case:Tithe (tithes of sheep) Details:1 Pieces; Has deposition; No libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 02/06/1490 — 26/02/1490 People & Places Participant: abbot and convent of St Mary's, York Role: plaintiff Details: undefined Participant: prior and convent of Watton Role:

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193 Court:Curia Ebor Case:Tithe (wool sheep calves hens bees corn hay) Details:1 Pieces; No deposition; Has libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 1494 — 1494 People & Places Participant: ChristopherParsons [Parsones] Role: plaintiff Details: male; clerk Employment: rector of Slaidburn Participant:

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CP.F.297 Reference:CP.F.297 Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193 Court:undefined Case:Tithe (tithes of sheep, lambs, fleeces and wool) Details:2 Pieces; No deposition; Has libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 1499 — 1499 People & Places Participant: RobertBarra [Barra] Role: plaintiff Details: male; clerk; master

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CP.E.81 Reference:CP.E.81 Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193 Court:Curia Ebor Case:Appeals (tithes of cows andsheep) Details:18 Pieces; No deposition; No libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 1331 — 1348 People & Places Participant: John Dean [del Den] Role: plaintiff Details: male Participant:

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Edges cut and gilded Deco desc: French in style: black and blue entries in the Calendar; blue and red rubrics; caps and fill-ins in gold, red, blue. Nearly every side has a panel of leaf sprays, flowers, and fruit in

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The Production and Use of English Manuscripts 1060 to 1220

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multiple erasures and overwritings, illustrating (irrespective of what some critics assert) that these are careful, dynamic and functional translations. One might note, for example, the very significant number of corrections made by Webber's scribes OE2 and OE4, and the 'sporadic

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on fol. 3r has alternating red and green arches at the top and red and metallic red lines. The table on fol. 3v is made up of red, green and yellow lines. Baker and Lapidge 1995 , p. 421, no.

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and 7 (originally Quire 27, fol. 5 and Preliminary Quire, fol. 1) Exeter now fols 0 and 5 (originally Preliminary Quire, fol. 5 and Quire 27, fol. 3) Exeter now fols 1 and 4 (originally Preliminary Quire, fol. 2

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TEAMS Middle English Texts Series

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the Pest, and The Ressoning betwix Deth and Man (both in the Draft Manuscript as well as the main manuscript), Robene and Makyne, and Sum Practysis of Medecyne; and though The Abbey Walk, The Praise of Age, and The Ressoning

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the Pest, and The Ressoning betwix Deth and Man (both in the Draft Manuscript as well as the main manuscript), Robene and Makyne, and Sum Practysis of Medecyne; and though The Abbey Walk, The Praise of Age, and The Ressoning

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the Pest, and The Ressoning betwix Deth and Man (both in the Draft Manuscript as well as the main manuscript), Robene and Makyne, and Sum Practysis of Medecyne; and though The Abbey Walk, The Praise of Age, and The Ressoning

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the Pest, and The Ressoning betwix Deth and Man (both in the Draft Manuscript as well as the main manuscript), Robene and Makyne, and Sum Practysis of Medecyne; and though The Abbey Walk, The Praise of Age, and The Ressoning

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the Pest, and The Ressoning betwix Deth and Man (both in the Draft Manuscript as well as the main manuscript), Robene and Makyne, and Sum Practysis of Medecyne; and though The Abbey Walk, The Praise of Age, and The Ressoning

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fadir ; þes beren witnesse of me . but eke 3ee trowen not ; for 3ee ben not of my sheep / & þus crist wolde seye to hem but cou er tly as we shulden speke / 3ee ben

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trenite þe ffadir & son & holigost þe makyng off þe worlde of adam and eue and afftir of noye and so ffro noye to abraham and so doune þe genelagy of our lady & þe birth off crist &

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ase dronke made, And ȝede to bedde blithe and glade,, And lai stille als he slepe sone., Sche stal awai mididone, And wente to here lotebi,, And he hit aparseiued sikerli,, And went him out and segh an[d] herd, Al

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