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Title: Horae (Use of York) Creator: Manuscript Name: Horae (Use of York) Text lang: LAT Locus: fol 1 r - 72 v a Colophon: Explicit: Note: Resp stmt: Rubric: Summary:

Hobart Associated Manuscript Items: Opera Opera Acquisition: acquired in 1961 from B. M. Rosenthal of New York Binding: 18c. (?) calf over boards, spine has stylised floral designs tooled in blind. Catchwords: Catchwords agree Collation: (12)1-27. Ar.ÑAv., 320v.Ñ323v., Br.ÑBv. are

Manuscript Items: De Officiis Acquisition: acquired in 1961 from B. M. Rosenthal of New York Binding: 15c. calf over oak boards. The covers bear a rectangle with rope plaitwork in triangular corners and centre circle, as well as quatrefoils in

Manuscript Items: op Sermones de Tempore (fragments) Acquisition: acquired in 1961 from B. M. Rosenthal of New York Binding: Catchwords: Collation: Composite: Condition: The sheets have been torn at the corners, many margins and areas of text are stained brown

Name: Horae (Use of York) Repository: State Library of Victoria Settlement: Melbourne Associated Manuscript Items: Horae (Use of York) Acquisition: acquired in 1933 from W. H. Robinson Binding: Edges trimmed Catchwords: Collation: (6)1-2 (8)3-4 (6)5 (8)6-8 (6)9 (8)10 Av. and

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The Norman Blake Editions of The Canterbury Tales

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frere To preche and eek to begge it is no doute In which þer wente a lymytour aboute , A mersshy countre called holdernesse LOrdynges þer is in york schire , as I gesse Here begynneþ þe Somnours tale ,

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EBOR' IN ECCLESIA SANCTI SALVATORIS Benefice of YORK, ST SAVIOUR (YK.YK.YC.12) £ 0. 10s. 0d. YORK, ST SAVIOUR SE606519 (pension) YORK, YORKSN., ST MARY'S ABBEY, ABBOT £ 0. 10s. 0d. 1308 (pat.) monastic YORK, YORKSN., ST MARY'S ABBEY Benedictine Monks

ECCLESIA SANCTI MARTINI IN MIKELGATE Benefice of YORK, ST MARTIN MICKELGATE (YK.YK.YC.02) £ 4. 13s. 4d. YORK, ST MARTIN CUM GREGORY, MICKELGATE SE600516 1306 (pat.) monastic WARTER PRIORY, YORKSE. Augustinian Canons RegGreen2 p.6 If appropriated No Full entry £

ECCLESIA OMNIUM SANCTORUM IN MARISCO Benefice of YORK, ALL SAINTS PAVEMENT (YK.YK.YC.09) £ 4. 13s. 4d. YORK, ALL SAINTS, PAVEMENT SE604517 (inst.) rec. null (pat.) monastic Not app. DURHAM, CATHEDRAL PRIORY Benedictine Monks LawtonYork p.8 If appropriated No Full

of YORK, ALL SAINTS NORTH STREET (YK.YK.YC.03) £ 6. 6s. 8d. YORK, ALL SAINTS, NORTH STREET SE601517 (pension) YORK, YORKSN., HOLY TRINITY PRIORY, PRIOR £ 1. 0s. 0d. 1280 (pat.) ecclesiatical The Register of William Wickwane, Lord Archbishop of York

MARIE EBOR' IN EADEM Benefice of YORK ST MICHAEL SPURRIERGATE (YK.YK.YC.06) £ 6. 0s. 0d. YORK ST MICHAEL, SPURRIERGATE SE604516 (pension) YORK, YORKSN., ST MARY'S ABBEY, ABBOT £ 1. 0s. 0d. 1288 (pat.) monastic YORK, YORKSN., ST MARY'S ABBEY Benedictine

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gipsian n. Also gipcian . Cp. gipser . A pouch or purse. (1442) Will York in Sur.Soc.30 84 j gipcian de silk. (1443) Will York in Sur.Soc.30 87 Unam bursam vocatam gipsiane.

griseld ppl. Also grecelled . Cp. grisel adj. (1). Gray. (1390) Will York in Sur.Soc.4 137 Unum equum griseld. (1455) Will York in Sur.Soc.30 216 A lytill grecelled nage.

kilped ppl. From kilp(e n. Provided with a handle. (1400) Will York in Sur.Soc.4 270 Lego..j patellam kylpyd. (1433) Will York in Sur.Soc.30 50 Lego..unam patellam kilped.

chap-woman n. A female trader or peddler. -?-(1419) Reg.Freemen York in Sur.Soc.96 127 Agnes Lastyngham, chapwoman. -?-(1425) Reg.Freemen York in Sur.Soc.96 135 Emma Clerk, chapwoman.

alamites n. (pl.) Meaning unknown. (1458) Will York in Sur.Soc.30 227 Alle the kuchyns of tapisserwerk with alamitez.

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Scribal Profile Ricardus Franciscus Current Manuscript: USA, New York, Pierpont Morgan Library MS M 126 adghrswy

Scribe: London, Lambeth Palace Library MS 256 Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Lyell 31 (olim Clumber) USA, New York, Columbia University Library, MS Plimpton 255 Tokyo, Takamiya Collection [olim Sotheby's Sale 6 Dec., 1983, lot 20] USA, Philadelphia, Free Library, Lewis

Description USA, New York, NY, Columbia University, Rare Book and Manuscript Library MS Plimpton 255 Title: Fall of Princes Author: Lydgate Scribal Hands: Devonshire scribe, TCC R.3.3 scribe or slanted hooked 'g' scribe Further Information: Same original MS as Plimpton

Scribe: London, Lambeth Palace Library MS 256 Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Lyell 31 (olim Clumber) USA, New York, Columbia University Library, MS Plimpton 255 Tokyo, Takamiya Collection [olim Sotheby's Sale 6 Dec., 1983, lot 20] USA, Philadelphia, Free Library, Lewis

Scribe: London, Lambeth Palace Library MS 256 Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Lyell 31 (olim Clumber) USA, New York, Columbia University Library, MS Plimpton 255 Tokyo, Takamiya Collection [olim Sotheby's Sale 6 Dec., 1983, lot 20] USA, Philadelphia, Free Library, Lewis

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Linguistic Geographies: The Gough Map of Great Britain

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Record: York County Yorkshire Transcript Eborienc' Icon description three spired churches, two with crosses, two castles, gold decoration, stripy roofs, green roofs, walls with five gates Icons gates (multiple) decorated roofs decorated roofs decoration castles (multiple) churches with cross (mutliple)

Appearances red ink, within a cartouche Etymology OE weald (Angl wald), 'forest land' Translation Earlier editors appears as district name on Saxton's map of 1577 (Parsons) Early Maps york wold (Angliae Figura) Overwritten no Attested spelling Yorkes Wold 1551 NCWills

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Early English Books Online Text Creation Partnership

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AT york was don see for all the prouynce of Northum∣berlond / Paulinus helde first that see and was ordeyned of the bisshopp of caunterbury / and helde that see of york vij. yere. Afterward whan kyng Edwyn was slayne

hadde to ward / and to answere to suche artycles as the duk of york shol¦de putte to hym / And thenne the duc of york shold breke his fel¦de and come to the kyng whiche was all promysed by

also / And also that he hadd holde coūsayls fast by york / & cleped therto the bisshops of york and made bisshops and punysshed somme bisshops of york for her trespaas / and sette downe many / and putte

westmestre duryng whi parlement the duk of york come oute of Irland with the erle Rutland rydyng with a grete felauship in to the palays at wes mynstre / & toke the kynges palays / And come in to the

from whens he come first and toke with hym the palle ¶Will libo. / 3¶ And so the bisshopryche of york ceesed / xxx. yere and the vse of the palle seced there an / C.xxv· yere vnto that Egbert

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The Corpus of Middle English Prose and Verse

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, Archbishop of York " in No. 82. From A.C. , xlvi, 123. Willm. Stonore, I sende yow Goddes blessyng and myne. And I wulle that ye bespeke for a gentylman of my lord Archebyhsshopis of York a doseyn Brode

ARCHBISHOP OF YORK , TO SIR WILLIAM STONOR 13 DEC. [ 1480 ] This letter apparently has reference to the Stewardship of Thame , so was probably written soon after Rotherham ' s translation from Lincoln to York , and

? before 1461 ] The reference to the Duke of York makes it likely that the date is not later than 1460 . It is possible, however, that the letter may have reference to the intended sale of Bierton to

the seyde duk of York and of the for|seyde erles, and euer excited and stered the kyng ageyns thaym; notwithstandyng that the comones of this lande hated this duk Edmond and loued the duk of York , because he loued

York : and sone aftirward Almyȝty God shewde for the said archebisshoppe meny grete miracleȝ. And the cause of the said risyng was this:—The erlis sone of Notyngham and his heir the lord Moubray compleyned to the archebisshoppe of

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British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

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(£3,000 bequeathed in 1838 by Charles Long, Baron Farnborough (b. 1761, d. 1838), a cousin of Francis Henry Egerton, 8th Earl of Bridgewater (b. 1756, d. 1829), founder of the collection. Flourished initials Robert Grosseteste York England, N. E.? (York)

Diagram in black and red (f. 54). Guild Book of the Barber Surgeons of York, including its ordinances The Guild of the Barber Surgeons of York, made in 1486: inscription, a later copy of an earlier colophon (f. 5); its

Flourished initials, in the Register book of the Archbishop of York. Large initials in red with blue pen-flourishing or in blue with red pen-flourishing. Register book of the Archbishop of York Inscribed 'Regestum Archiep. Eborac. FN', and 'Histor. Eborac vol.

Diagram in black and red (f. 54). Guild Book of the Barber Surgeons of York, including its ordinances The Guild of the Barber Surgeons of York, made in 1486: inscription, a later copy of an earlier colophon (f. 5); its

Diagram in black and red (f. 54). Guild Book of the Barber Surgeons of York, including its ordinances The Guild of the Barber Surgeons of York, made in 1486: inscription, a later copy of an earlier colophon (f. 5); its

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Grantham of York acknowledges that he owes to Thomas son of John de Grantham of York 6 marks; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in co. York. Nicholas de Langton of York acknowledges that

the cardinal bishop ( sic ) of York. Request and order upon his allegiance to summon a convocation of the clergy of the province of York in the church of St. Peter York or elsewhere with all speed. By K.

January 1320 January 1320 Jan. 3. York. William de London of Popelton acknowledges that he owes to the abbot of St. Mary's York 8 marks; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in co. York.

Close Rolls, Richard II June 1392 June 1392 June 12. York. To the sheriff of York. Writ of supersedeas , by mainprise of William Wassekyn and John de Seteryngton of Yorkshire and William Baseby of Hertfordshire, in favour of

III January 1347 January 1347 Jan. 4. Eltham. Robert de Harewod of York acknowledges that he owe to John de Askham, clerk, 10 l .; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in co. York.

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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plaintiff Details: female Location: York, St Sampson (Yorkshire) Place(s): York, St Sampson (Sanctus Samson) : ecclesiastical parish York (Ebor') : city Participant: ThomasHorton [Horton] Role: defendant Details: male Location: York, St Mary (castlegate) (Yorkshire) Place(s): York, St Mary (Castlegate) (Sancta

York (Ebor') : undefined Participant: JohnDean [Dene] Role: witness Details: male; 58; citizen of York Employment: merchant Participant: Joan wife of JohnDean [Dene] Role: witness Details: female; 40 Location: York (Ebor') : undefined Location: York (Ebor') : city Location:

male; 30 Location: York, St Helen (on The Walls) (Yorkshire) Place(s): York, St Helen (on the Walls) (Sancta Elena iuxta muros) : ecclesiastical parish York (Ebor') : undefined Participant: WilliamColton [Colton] Role: witness Details: male; 40 Location: York, St Helen

the church of York Minster Location: York : city Place(s): York Minster (ecclesia Ebor') : undefined Participant: JohnBrignall [Brignale] Role: witness Details: male; clerk Employment: parson in the church of York Minster Location: York : city Place(s): York Minster (ecclesia

26 Location: York, St Cuthbert (Yorkshire) Place(s): York, St Cuthbert (Sanctus Cuthbertus) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: WilliamGreathead [Gretehed] Role: witness Details: male; 50 Location: York, St Cuthbert (Yorkshire) Place(s): York, St Cuthbert (Sanctus Cuthbertus) : ecclesiastical parish York (Ebor') :

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Date(s) Author(s) [Margaret of York] Collection(s) Part One: Medieval Manuscripts from the Sloane and Additional Manuscripts, Section A Manuscript Number 7970 Source Library British Library, London Description DIALOGUE de la Duchesse de Burgoigne [Margaret of York, third wife of Charles

writing. On f. 22 b is an acknowledgment of a debt from Robert Barkynburyo, of Langton, to Richard Enggersoun, of York, of the end of the XVIth cent; and on f. 44 b in the note, "William Smith of Haton

from the Speculum vite Christi of St. Bonaventura by Nicholas Love, prior of the Carthusian monastery of Mount Grace, co. York. The preface is headed, "Here bigynneþ þe prohemie of þe book þat is clepid þe myrour of þe blessid

ff. 11. At the beginning are the royal arms, supported by angels, together with the white and red roses of York and Lancaster, and the white greyhound and red dragon of Henry VII. Bound in brown leather, with panels formed

St. John's College, Cambridge, MS. 308, the Clifford MS. in the collection of the late W. A. White of New York, and the Ashburnham MS. in the Huntington Library, San Marino, California. To these may be added a collection of

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and in all odyr places in þe Counte of york . And more-ou er e in all his landes and tenement3 Whilk þat he hase in þe Cite and Subarbes of york Neuer-þe-lesse it is my will þat þe said

City of York Code: L1001 MS reference: York, Minster Chapter Library, Dean and Chapter H.1 (3), Chapter Acts 1352-1426 Text: Ordinance fol. 100vline 32 Jtte es ordayned by ye Chaptre of ye kirk of saint Petyr of york yat all

& Rob er t Tupp n of hull Thom a s Rotherh a m & John n Freston n of york / that if it so be that the forsade John n Birkyn dy within age that 3hit the forsade

County: City of York Code: L0145 MS reference: York City Archives, York Memorandum Book, A/Y 255 Text: Memorandum Tranche 1 fol. 264vline 35Jn þe name of god amen . yt ys to hafe in mynde þat whare þar ys

of tenement3 to ye yerely valow of ix Marc ouer alle charges and reprysse w t -Jn the Shire of york wyth-i n the space of ij yere next folowyng y e day of y e espowsels of the seid

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TEAMS Middle English Texts Series

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11 REED: York, 1:109. 12 See REED: York, 1:187; in 1527 the Clerk’s deputy is named for the task (REED: York, 1:263). 13 For the text of this fragment, see York Plays, ed. Beadle, pp. 404–05. 14 REED: York, 1:351.

ed., York Plays; REED: Records of Early English Drama; YA: Davidson and O’Connor, York Art; York Breviary: Breviarium ad usum insignis ecclesie Eboracensis; York Missal: Missale ad usum insignis ecclesiae Eboracensis. References to the Ordo paginarum are to REED: York,

ed., York Plays; REED: Records of Early English Drama; YA: Davidson and O’Connor, York Art; York Breviary: Breviarium ad usum insignis ecclesie Eboracensis; York Missal: Missale ad usum insignis ecclesiae Eboracensis. References to the Ordo paginarum are to REED: York,

Erklärung und Textkritik der York Plays”; LTS: Lucy Toulmin Smith, ed., The York Plays (1885); RB: Richard Beadle, ed., The York Plays (1972) (incorporating numerous emendations from other sources); RB2: Richard Beadle, “Corrections to The York Plays,” in Gerald Byron

ed., York Plays; REED: Records of Early English Drama; YA: Davidson and O’Connor, York Art; York Breviary: Breviarium ad usum insignis ecclesie Eboracensis; York Missal: Missale ad usum insignis ecclesiae Eboracensis. References to the Ordo paginarum are to REED: York,

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The Production and Use of English Manuscripts 1060 to 1220

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Manuscripts of Durham, Ripon, and York Alexander, Jonathan, Patrick McGurk, Simon Keynes, and Bernard Barr, edited by Nicholas Barker, The York Gospels , Roxburghe Club (London, 1986). Alexander, Jonathan , and others, eds, The York Gospels (London: The Roxburghe Club,

by Paul E. Szarmach (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1986), pp. 129-52 Dobbie, Elliott van Kirk, ed., The Anglo-Saxon Minor Poems , The Anglo-Saxon Poetic Records, 6 (New York: Columbia University Press, 1942) Franzen, Christine, Anglo- Saxon Manuscripts

Previously known as The York Psalter . As there are a number of Northern saints' days marked in the calendar, it has been traditionally ascribed a Northern provenance. The presence of John of Beverley (Archbishop of York , d. 721)

a Critical Text of the 'Epistola Cuthberti de obitu Bedae', Columbia University Studies in English and Comparative Literature, 128 (New York: Columbia University Press, 1937) Ker, N. R., Catalogue of Manuscripts Containing Anglo-Saxon (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1957; repr. 1990), item

(Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1969) Dobbie, Elliott van Kirk, ed., The Anglo-Saxon Minor Poems , The Anglo-Saxon Poetic Records, 6 (New York: Columbia University Press; London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1942) ---, The Manuscripts of C~x00e6~dmon's Hymn and Bede's Death Song,

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New York, Columbia University Library MS. Plimpton 261 Incipit Begins on fol. 1, 'Here begynnyth the new croniclis compendiusli ydrawe of the gestis of kyngis of Ingelond with othir notable and meuelose thyngis that happed & fortuned in ther tymes...'.

New York, Mrs. J. D. Gordan MS. 63 Incipit 'Her may a man here how Engelond was first callede Albion and thoru3 whome it hade the name' Matheson Version CV-1333 Matheson Number 3 Pages in Mathson, The Prose Brut 80-1

New York, Columbia University Library MS. Plimpton 262 Incipit Begins on fol. 1, ' ere a man may hure hou Engelond was first callede Albion and thurgh wham hit hadde that name'. Matheson Version CV-1419 men: A (a) Matheson Number

they were tempted by the French offer of money, (Brie, 375:29-31). Fol. 167v: The English dead included the duke of York and earl of Suffolk, (Brie, 379:25-6). Fol. 171v: Beginning of the account of the siege of Rouen, (Brie, 381

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Manuscripts of the West Midlands

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series, 3, New York and London: Modern Language Association of America, 373n., pp. 539-40. De Ricci, S., and Wilson, W. J. 1935. Census of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the Unitied States and Canada , New York: Wilson, i, p.

Supplement to the Census of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the United States and Canada , New York: Bibliographical Society of America; New York: Kraus Reprint, 1962, p. 248. Dutschke, C. W. 1989. Guide to Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in

T. ed, 1859-61. Political Poems and Songs relating to English history, composed during the period from the accession of Edw. III to that of Ric. III , Rolls Series 14, 2 vols, New York: Kraus Reprint 1964, i, p. 363.

W. ed, Essays and Studies in Honor of Carleton Brown , New York: New York University Press, pp. 111-128. Reprinted in Adventures in the Middle Ages , New York: Burt Franklin, pp. 131-149. Loomis, L. H. 1941; rpt. 1962. ‘

S., and Wilson, W. J. 1935. Census of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the Unitied States and Canada , New York: Wilson, i, p. 53. Dutschke, C. W. 1989. Guide to Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the Huntington Library ,

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

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and W. H. Bond, Supplement to the Census of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the United States and Canada (New York: Bibliographical Society of America, 1962), p.169, no.65. Sargent Groupings α 2 Sargent Pages Intro 112. Sargent Number Il Credits

with the assistance of W. H. Wilson, Census of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the United States and Canada (New York 1935-37) p. 59. Sargent Groupings β 1 Sargent Pages Intro. 111, 120-1, 124-5, 146, 150-1. Sargent Number Hm1 Credits

New York, Pierpont Morgan Library MS M. 226 Described by: Ryan Perry from microfilm analysis. Revision date: June 1st, 2010 Heading Nicholas Love, Mirror of the Blessed Life , C15 Condition Imperfect at beginning with the loss of the outer

', in Prestige, authority and power in late medieval manuscripts and texts , ed. Felicity Riddy (York Manuscripts Conferences: Proceedings Series, IV), Woodbridge, etc.: York Medieval Press, 2000, pp. 17-34 (p. 28). Mary C. Erler , 'Devotional literature', in The

with the assistance of W. H. Wilson, Census of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the United States and Canada (New York 1935-37) p. 105. Historical Manuscripts Commission 6th Report, App. (1877) pp. 355-56. K.L. Scott, 'The Illustration and Decoration of

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MS 112. Edition: R. H. Robbins, Historical Poems of the XIVth and XVth Centuries (New York: Columbia University Press, 1959): 140-143. Other editions and studies: G. Holmstedt, Speculum Christiani, EETS OS 182 (London: Oxford University Press, 1933): 185-187; 331. T.

Other editions: C. Horstmann, 'Life of Adam and Eve', Altenglische Legenden, Neue Folge (Heilbronn: Henninger, 1878; reprinted Hildeshein and New York: G. Olms, 1969): 139-147. Corrections in: A. J. Bliss, 'The Auchinleck Life of Adam and Eve', Review of English

(Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1969). (Normalised text based on Sisam). W. H. French and C. B. Hale, Middle English Metrical Romances (New York: Prentice-Hall, 1930). K. Sisam, Fourteenth Century Verse and Prose (Oxford: Clarendon, 1921). A. S. Cook, A Literary Middle English

Languages and Literature, 1995). Other editions and studies: W. H. French and C. B. Hale, Middle English Metrical Romances (New York: Prentice-Hall, 1930). (Auchinleck MS completed from Ff.2.38). M. B. Carr, 'Sir Degarre', unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Chicago (1924).

1804). E. Kölbing, Die Nordische und die Englische Version der Tristan-Sage, 2 vols (Heilbronn: Henninger, 1878-82; reprinted Hildesheim and New York: G. Olms, 1978-85). Manual I, 77; 255. Index 1382. Sir Tristrem I was a[t Erceldoune,] , Wiþ Tomas spak

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