Bibliography of Anglo-Norman Primary Sources

An annotated bibliography, organized alphabetically per AND siglum/abbreviation, of all known Anglo-Norman primary sources available to the AND. Press on a letter to view the sources beginning with the letter.

References are given to Ruth J. Dean and Maureen B.M Boulton, Anglo-Norman Literature: A Guide to Texts and Manuscripts, ANTS Occasional Publications Series 3, London, 1999, and links to the DEAF open on the Complément bibliographique of the Dictionnaire Étymologique de l'Ancien Français website.

A-N Falconry

Three treatises on falconry
Tony Hunt, Three Anglo-Norman Treatises on Falconry, Medium Ævum Monographs 26, Oxford, 2009.

(I) Prose treatise from Cambridge, University Library Ff.6.13 (s.xiiiex (MS)) (pp. 18-37); DEAF: FaucTretizH; Dean: 400 (2); see also Rom 15 (Ff.6.13) (III) for excerpts.
(II) Verse treatise from Winchester, Winchester College 26 (s.xiiiex (MS)) (pp. 40-81); DEAF: FaucWinchH; Dean: 402r.
(III) Le Medicinal des oiseus, Oxford, Bodleian Library, Digby 86 (1272-82), with variants from BL Addit. 46949 (i.e MS ‘A’, s.xiv1/3) and Cambridge, University Library Ff.6.13 (i.e. MS ‘C’, s.xiiiex) (pp. 84-144); DEAF: FaucMedDH; Dean: 401; 400 (1); MS ‘C’ is Dean: 400 (1) See also Rom 13 (V), Rom 15 (Ff.6.13) (II), and Digby (XV) for excerpts.

Notes: Glan Lex includes excerpts from Cambridge, University Library Ff.6.13 (MS ‘C’), Oxford, Bodleian Library, Digby 86 (MS ‘D’) and BL Addit. 46949 (MS ‘B’).

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A-N Med

Various medical texts, mainly from Cambridge, Trinity College, O.1.20
Tony Hunt, Anglo-Norman Medicine, 2 vols, Cambridge, 1994 and 1997.

(I) First A-N translation of Roger Frugardi’s Chirurgia, attributed to Roger of Parma/Salerno, or to his pupil Guido of Arezzo; Cambridge, Trinity College, O.1.20, ff. 240r-299v (c.1240; s.xiii3/4 (MS)) (vol. 1, pp. 1.136); DEAF: ChirRogH; Dean: 413 (2); replaces AND1’s Chir; for excerpts, see also Rom 32 (O.1.20) (IIIa) and (X).
(II) Second A-N translation of Roger Frugardi’s Chirurgia, attributed to Roger of Parma/Salerno, or to his pupil Guido of Arezzo; Cambridge, Trinity College, O.1.20, ff. 24va-30rb (s.xiii2/4; xiii3/4 (MS)) (vol. 1, pp. 137-45); DEAF: ChirRog2H; Dean: 413 (2); replaces AND1’s Chir.
(III) A-N translation of Johannes Platearius’s Practica Brevis; Cambridge, Trinity College, O.1.20, ff. 50r-194r (s.xiii2/4; xiii3/4 (MS)) (vol. 1, pp. 147-315); DEAF: —; Dean: 410; replaces AND1’s Plat; for excerpts, see also Rom 32 (O.1.20) (VI).
(IV) Le sotil enseignement Ypocras (a.k.a. Visiting the sick) translated in A-N from Archimatthaeus’ De instructione medici; Cambridge, Trinity College, O.1.20, ff. 195r-213v (s.xiiim (?); xiii3/4 (MS)) (vol. 2, pp. 17-38); DEAF: VisiterMaladescH; Dean: 409; for excerpts, see also Rom 32 (O.1.20) (VII) also provides the Latin text (vol. 2, pp. 39-58) and another translation in BL, Sloane 3525 (vol. 2, pp. 59-66); s.xiii2 (?); xivin (MS); DEAF: VisiterMaladesLH.
(V) A-N verse translation of Liber de sinthomatibus mulierum (Trotula major); Cambridge, Trinity College, O.1.20, ff. 216r-35v (s.xiiim; xiii¾ (MS)) (vol. 2, pp. 68-107); DEAF: TrotulaTrinH; Dean: 422; also provides the Latin text (vol 2, pp. 116-28); for excerpts, see also Rom 32 (O.1.20) (VIII).
(VI) Euperiston; Edinburgh, National Library, Adv. 18.6.9 (c.1300; s.xivin (MS)) (vol. 2, pp. 128-89); DEAF: RecMédEupH; Dean: 415; replaces AND1’s Med Pres6.
(VII) Trinity Practica in Latin and A-N (and some M.E.); Cambridge, Trinity College, O.5.32 (s.xiv2 (text and MS)) (vol. 2, pp. 190-275); DEAF: RecMédTrinH; Dean: 407.

DEAF: HuntAgnMed

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A-N Motets

Five A-N motets
Mark Everist, Five Anglo-Norman Motets, Antico Edition 24, Newton Abbot, 1986.

(I) Duce creature, BL, Harley 978; Dean: 810; see also Lyric (XXI).
(II) Veine pleine de duçur, BL, Arundel 248; c.1300; Dean: 803.
(III) Volez oyer le castoy, Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, 8; s.xiiim (MS); Dean: 118.
(IV) Amor veint tout fors quer de felun, BL, Cotton Vespasian A.XVIII; c.1300 (MS); Dean: 116.
(V) Au Queer ay un maus, Oxford, Bodleian Library, Douce 139; s.xiii4/4 (MS); Dean: 115.

s.xiii2 (MSS)
DEAF: —
Notes: Item (V) is also preserved in two (later) Continental MSS (not included in the AND).

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A-N Piety

Religious texts in A-N from a variety of sources
Tony Hunt (ed.), Jane Bliss (transl.) and Henrietta Leyser (introd.), ‘Cher Alme’: Texts of Anglo-Norman Piety, The French of England Translation Series, Occasional Publication Series 1, Tempe, 2010.

(I) The Dialogue of Father and Son, Cambridge, Emanuel College, 106 (s.xivm) (pp. 26-69); Dean: 633.
(II) An Exposition of the Pater Noster, ascribed to Adam of Exeter (or of Oxford) based on Cambridge, Pembroke College, 112 (s.xiiiex) (pp. 78-125); Dean: 845; 846; with variants of Dublin, Trinity College, 374 (i.e. MS ‘D’, s.xiii2), London, Lambeth Palace, 182 (i.e. MS ‘L’, s.xiv1), Paris, Bibl. Nat., franç. 19525 (i.e. MS ‘P’, s.xiiim-2) and Paris, Bibl. Nat., franç. 6276 (i.e. MS ‘Pa’, c.1300).
(III) The Birth and Youth of Mary, Oxford, Bodleian Library, Bodley 82 (s.xivin) (pp. 130-47); Dean: 645r.
(IV) A Meditation on the Thirteen Joys of BVM, Oxford, Bodleian Library, Bodley 82 (s.xivm) (pp. 150-53); Dean: 766; probably a Continental composition.
(V) The Assumption of BVM, ascribed to Wace, Oxford, University College, 100 (s.xiiim) (pp. 156-77); DEAF: WaceConc; Dean: 489; for an edition of Tours, Bibl. Munic, 927 and all other variant manuscripts, see Conception wace.
(VI) Prose Lament of BVM, based on Dublin Trinity College, 374 (s.xiii2), with variants from Cambridge, Emmanuel College 106 (i.e. MS ‘E’, s.xivm) (pp. 182-97); Dean: 955.
(VII) The Minstrels’ Passion, Cambridge, Trinity College B.14.39 (s.xiii3/4) (pp. 200-33); DEAF: PassJonglFT; Dean: 960; For an earlier edition of parts of this text, see Jongleurs Prologue.
(VIII) A-N prayers in BL, Harley 2253 (c.1335) (pp. 240-61); Dean: 455 (2); 456; 699; 742; 751; 772; 869; 932; 941; 948; 950; 952 (2); 958; 985; see Harley Complete (XL)-(LI).
(IX) A Woman’s Prayer, Oxford, Bodleian Library, Douce 282 (s.xiiim) (pp. 264-73); Dean: 853.
(X) Seven Deadly Sins, Oxford, Bodleian Library, Rawlinson C.46 (s.xiii2) (pp. 278-85); Dean: 666; For a variant MS, see Pecchez.
(XI) A Man’s Confession, Oxford, Trinity College, 7 (s.xv1) (pp. 288-93); Dean: 658; for different MSS, see Rom 15 (Gg.1.1) (XLII) and Rom 32 (O.2.45) (II).
(XII) Sermon on Penance, based on Oxford, Bodleian Library, Douce 282 (s.xiiim), with passages from London, Lambeth Palace, 182 (i.e. MS ‘L’, s.xiv1) and Dublin, Trinity College, 374 (i.e. MS ‘D’, s.xiii2) (pp. 296-319); Dean: 672.
(XIII) The Commandments, based on Paris, Bibl. Nat., franç. 19525 (i.e. MS ‘P’, 1225-1300) (pp. 320-41); Dean: 667; with variants from Cambridge, Trinity College O.1.20 (i.e. MS ‘C’, s.xiiim), London, Lambeth Palace, 522 (i.e. MS ‘L’, c.1300) and Oxford, St. John’s College, 75 (i.e. MS ‘O’, s.xiii2-ex); see also Rom 32 (O.1.20) (XI); for a separate edition of MS 'L' see see Lambeth reinsch (LI).
(XIV) Sermon on Romans 12:1, Dublin, Trinity College, 374 (s.xiii2) (pp. 346-63); Dean: 651.
(XV) The Beatitudes, Oxford, Bodleian Library, Bodley 654 (s.xiii2) (pp. 366-91); Dean: 678.
(XVI) Les Peines de purgatorie, attributed to Robert Grosseteste, based on Oxford, Bodleian Library, Bodley 654 (s.xiii2), with variants from Oxford, Bodleian Library, Bodley 82 (s.xivin) (pp. 396-421); Dean: 645; see also Anecdota 7-8. For variant MSS, see Peines1 and Peines2.

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A-N Rules

Ordinances of Nostre Dame des Prés, near St. Albans, by Abbot Michael de Mentmore or his successor Thomas de la Mare (BL, Cotton Nero D.1)
Tony Hunt, ‘Anglo-Norman Rules for the Priories of St Mary de Pré and Sopwell’, in Stewart Gregory and D.A. Trotter, De mot en mot: Aspects of Medieval Linguistics. Essays in Honour of William Rothwell, Cardiff, 1997, pp. 93-104.
c.1350 (text and MS)
DEAF: RègleNDPresH
Dean: 712

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A-N Texte Arundel

A-N in BL, Arundel 220
John Koch, ‘Anglonormannische Texte im MS. Arundel 220 des Britischen Museums’, Zeitschrift für romanische Philologie 54 (1934), 20-56.
Notes: See Merlin Proph Prol (pp. 22-42), Vanitez Mounde (pp. 42-45), Touz Plere (pp. 45-47), and Am Curt (pp. 47-56).

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Aberystwyth Castle

A-N document relating to a survey of Aberystwyth castle
IN: R. F. Walker, ‘Two Fourteenth-Century Surveys of Aberystwyth Castle’, Ceredigion 12.3 (1995) 3-22 (pp. 4-5).
1320
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Abingdon Chron

A-N material in the Abingdon Chronicle
James Orchard Halliwell, The Chronicle of the Monastery of Abingdon, from A.D. 1218 to A.D. 134, now First Published from the Original M.S. in the Public Library at Cambridge, Reading, 1844.
1277-1304 (A-N documents).
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: Mainly in Latin, but A-N on pp. 24 (1277) and 31-33 (1304).

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Acre to Jerusalem1

Pilgrimage routes from Acre to Jerusalem, closing with a list of ‘pardons’ (BL, Harley 2253)
IN: Henri Michelant and Gaston Raynaud, Itinéraires a Jérusalem et descriptions de la terre sainte, rédigés en français aux XIe, XIIe et XIIIe siècles, Geneva, 1882, pp. xxx-xxxi and 227-36.
1330-40 (MS)
DEAF: MichRayn
Dean: 336; 337
Notes: Previously Acre to Jerusalem.
See also Harley Complete (XV)

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Acre to Jerusalem2

Pilgrimage routes from Acre to Jerusalem, closing with a list of ‘pardons’ (BL, Harley 2253)
Fabio Romanini and Beatrice Saletti, The ‘Pelrinages communes’, the ‘Pardouns de Acre’ and the Crisis in the Crusader Kingdom, Padua, 2012, (esp. pp. 119-56).
1330-40 (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: 336; 337
Notes: See also Harley Complete (XV)

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Actes

The Acts of the Apostles
Elizabeth Ratcliff Hackett, Edition and Study (Mostly Linguistic) of a Section of an Anglo-Norman Translation of the Bible (14th Century): ‘The Acts of the Apostles’ in MSS B.N. fr. 1 and 9562, unpublished Ph.D. thesis, St. Andrews, 1955. 
s.xiv1 (A) and s.xivin (B)
DEAF: BibleAgn; BibleAdd
Dean: 469; 470
Details: Parallel edition of Paris, BN franç. 1, ff. 362r-375v (i.e. MS ‘A’, c.1361) and Paris, BN franç. 9562, ff. 210r-26r (i.e. MS ‘B’, s.xiv2/4).
Notes: MS ‘A’ is an alternative MS of Bible Royal.
For further (unpublished) transcriptions from this A-N Bible, see Bible hackett.

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Actes privés

Ten A-N documents from the Ancient Deeds (The National Archives)
Frédéric J. Tanquerey, ‘Actes privés en anglo-normand’, in Mélanges de Linguistique et de Littérature offerts à M. Alfred Jeanroy, Paris, 1928, pp. 199-214.
1310-60
DEAF: TanquereyActes
Dean: —

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Adam1

Le Mystère d’Adam, a.k.a Le Jeu d’Adam, or Ordo representacionis Ade (Tours, Bibl. Munic., 927)
Paul Studer, Le Mystère d’Adam: An Anglo-Norman Drama of the Twelfth Century, Manchester, 1918; reprints 1928, 1949, 1962 and 1967.
s.xii3/3; xiii2/4 (MS)
DEAF: AdamSt
Dean: 716
Notes: Critical edition with a large number of ‘corrections’.

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Adam2

Le Mystère d’Adam, a.k.a Le Jeu d’Adam, or Ordo representacionis Ade (Tours, Bibl. Munic., 927)
Wolfgang van Emden, Le Jeu Adam, Société Rencesvals Publications 1, Edinburgh, 1996.
s.xii3/3; s.xiii2/4 (MS)
DEAF: AdamE
Dean: 716
Notes: Used in AND2 to replaces Adam1.

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Addit. 5925 Law Reports

Anonymous law reports from yearbooks of Edward I
MS: BL, Additional 5925.
1271-1307
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Details: The larger part of the manuscript is arranged topically, with the remainder assigned to particular terms between 1303 and 1307 and to the 1302 Cornish eyre.

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ADG


Archives Départementales de la Gironde, Bordeaux.
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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adgar1

Miracles of the Virgin, by Adgar (BL, Egerton 612)
Carl Neuhaus, Adgars Marienlegenden nach der Londoner Handschrift Egerton 612, Altfranzösische Bibliothek 9, Heilbronn, 1886.
1165-80 (?); s.xiiiin (MS)
DEAF: AdgarN
Dean: 558
Notes: This text uses the same Latin sources as Mir N-D and was the basis for Mir Vge.
AND2 uses adgar3, as well as Judenknabe (for pp. 20-25) and Mir N-D (for pp. 2-4 (ll. 1-86) and pp. 28-29 (ll. 1-24)).

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adgar2

Miracles of the Virgin, by Adgar (nine tales from BL, Add. 38664 and one from BL, Egerton 612)
John A. Herbert, ‘A New Manuscript of Adgar’s Mary-Legends’, Romania 32 (1903), 394-421.
1165-80 (?); s.xiii (MSS)
DEAF: AdgarH
Dean: 558
Notes: This text uses the same Latin sources as Mir N-D and was the basis for Mir Vge.
AND2 uses adgar3 (Prologue, I-IX, X 1-65, XIV 30-103 and XV 1-7).

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ADGAR3

Miracles of the Virgin, by Adgar
Pierre Kunstmann, Adgar, Le Gracial, Ottawa Mediaeval Texts and Studies 8, Ottawa, 1982.
1165-80 (?); s.xiiiin (MS)
DEAF: AdgarK
Dean: 558
Details: Based on BL, Egerton 612 (i.e. MS ‘A’), with additional material from BL Add. 38664 (MS ‘B’, s.xiii3/4) and variants from London, Dulwich College, 22 (i.e. MS ‘C’, s.xiii2).

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Admiralty Case

Chancery Miscellanea, Bundle 6, No. 9, m.I
Charles Johnson, ‘An Early Admiralty Case (A.D. 1361)’, Camden Miscellany 15, 3rd series 41 (1929), 1-5.
1361
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: Formerly Admiralty.

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Admiralty Pleas

Records of the Court of John Earl of Huntingdon, Admiral of the West
IN: Reginald G. Marsden, Select Pleas in the Court of Admiralty, Vol. 1: The Court of the Admiralty of the West (A.D. 1390-1404) and the High Court of Admiralty (A.D. 1527-1545), Selden Society 6, London, 1892, pp. 2-26.
1390-1404
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: Contains A-N and Latin in equal measure.

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ADPA


Archives Départementales des Pyrénées-Atlantiques, Pau.
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Aelfric Gloss

A-N in Ælfric’s Glossary
Heather Pagan and Annina Seiler, ‘Multilingual Annotations in Ælfric’s Glossary in London, British Library, MS Cotton Faustina A X: A Commented Edition, Early Middle English, 1-2 (2019), 13-64.
s.xii2 (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: Replaces TLL i 24-26.

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AF Gascony


David A. Trotter, ‘Some Lexical Gleanings from Anglo-French Gascony’, Zeitschrift für romanische Philologie 114 (1998), 53-72.
1279-1452
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: Compiles material from texts published elsewhere.

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Affairs of Ireland

Selections from The National Archives
George O. Sayles, Documents on the Affairs of Ireland before the King’s Council, Dublin, 1979.
1275-1400 (A-N documents)
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: Mainly in Latin, but contains a large proportion of A-N documents.

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Against Women

Collection of misogynist sentences (Vatican City, Bibl. Apost. Vatic., Regin. lat. 1659)
Brian S. Merrilees, ‘Il n’i a lange ke put parler …: Words Against women’, Medium Ævum 40 (1971), 6-9.
s.xiv (text and MS)
DEAF: MisogLangeM
Dean: 203
Notes: Follows Chardri’s Le Petit Plet; cf. MS ‘V’ in Pet Plet ants.

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AHG


Archives historiques du Département de la Gironde, 58 vols., Bordeaux, 1858-1932
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Albina CCC

Prose version of the Albina legend, with an account of the measurements of England
Jaclyn Rajsic, A Return to Albion: An Edition, Translation and Critical Discussion of the Albina Myth in Oxford, Corpus Christi College, MS 78, unpublished MA dissertation, University of York, 2008.
s.xiv2 (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: 39

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Alchimie

A-N alchemical material in BL, Sloane 1754
Virginie Derrien and Tony Hunt, ‘L’Alchimie Anglo-Normande’, Romania 127 (2009), 370-415.
s.xiv1/3 (MS)
DEAF: RecAlchSlD
Dean: 386; 387

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Aldermary

Chronicle of the St. Mary Aldermary Parish of London
MS: BL Addit. 62534, 280r-97r.
s.xiv1/4 (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Algorism

Algorism (Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, 133)
Louis C. Karpinksi and Charles N. Staubach, ‘An Anglo-Norman Algorism of the Fourteenth Century’, Isis 23 (1934), 121-52.
s.xiv3/4; xivex (MS)
DEAF: AlgorCambrS
Dean: 329
Notes: For a discussion of lines 301-04, see David Howlett, ‘Gematria, Number and Name in Anglo-Norman’, French Studies Bulletin 27 (101) (2006), 90-92.

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Alice Perrers

One A-N document from Oxford, Bodleian Library, ch. Lond., 399
Thomas R. Gambier-Parry, ‘Alice Perrers and Her Husband’s Relatives’, English Historical Review 47 (1932), 272-76.
1389-90
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Allegory Monastic

Allegory of the Monastic Life (BL, Addit. 46919)
Tony Hunt, 'An Allegory of the Monastic Life', Neophilologus 87 (2003), 3-10.
s.xiv1/3 (?); c.1330 (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: Excerpts previously published in Rom 13 (XVI).

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Alme et corps1

Desputeison de l’alme et du corps, attributed to Nicholas Bozon
IN: J. S. Brewer, Monumenta Franciscana, Rolls Series 4, London, 1858, vol. 1, Appendix X, pp. 587-90.
s.xiv1 (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: 691
Details: BL, Cotton Vitellius C.VIII.
Notes: For the first stanzas in a variant MS, see Rom 13 (XXII).

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Alme et corps2

Desputeison de l’alme et du corps, attributed to Nicholas Bozon
Edmund Stengel, ‘Desputeison de l’ame et du corps, ein anglonormannisches Gedicht’,  Zeitschrift für romanische Philologie 4 (1880), 74-80 and 365-67.
c.1300 (base MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: 691
Details: Oxford Bodleian Library, Selden Supra 74, with variants from BL, Arundel 288 (i.e. MS 'A', s.xivm).

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Alph

Alphita (et) farina ordei, a.k.a. Synonima Herbarum or Breve nominale physicorum
John L. G. Mowat, Alphita: A Medico-Botanical Glossary from the Bodleian MS. Selden B.35, Anecdota Oxoniensia, Medieval and Modern Series 1, Oxford, 1887, vol. 2.
s.xiii2
DEAF: GlAlphM
Dean: 311
Details: Based on Oxford, Bodleian Library Selden B.35 (c.1400). Collated and completed with BL, Sloane 284 (printed in italics) (s.xv1).
Notes: Latin glossary with occasional vernacular words.
For variant MS BL, Addit. 15236, see Bot Gloss, and for variant MS Oxford, Bodleian Library, Bodley 761, see Med Recs 184.

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Am curt

Amur curteiz (BL, Arundel, 220)
IN: John Koch, ‘Anglonormannische Texte im MS. Arundel 220 des Britischen Museums’, Zeitschrift für romanische Philologie 54 (1934), 20-56 (pp. 47-56).
s.xiii3/4; xiv1/4 (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: 249
Notes: This siglum previously also referred to Touz Plere (L 45-47) and Vanitez Mounde (L42-45).

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Am Dieu

Le petit sermon, a.k.a. Poème sur l’amour de Dieu et sur la haine du péché
IN: Paul Meyer, ‘Notice du ms. Rawlinson Poetry 241’, Romania 29 (1900), 1-84 (pp. 9-21 and 83-84).
s.xiiim
DEAF: AmDieuM
Dean: 636
Details: Based on Oxford, Bodleian Library, Rawl. poetry 241 (i.e. MS ‘A’, xiv1/4) (pp. 9-21); and Paris, BN franç. 902 (i.e. MS ‘B’, xiii2) (pp. 83-84).
Also provides selected variants from Cambridge, Corpus Christi College 405 (i.e. MS ‘C’, s.xiv1/4) in footnotes.
Notes: Only the beginning and end of Paris, BN franç. 902 are printed.
For variant MSS, see boz Seven Poems (I) and Judgement.

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Amadas1

A-N fragments from Amadas et Ydoine (Vatican City, Bibl. Apost. Vatic., Palat. lat. 1971)
IN: John R. Reinhard, Amadas et Ydoine, Classiques français du moyen âge 51, Paris, 1926, pp. 1-63.
c.1200 (MS)
DEAF: AmYdvR
Dean: 161
Details: Edition of the Picard redaction of this originally A-N text (Paris, BN franç. 375, i.e. MS ‘P’), with the A-N fragments from Vatican City, Bibl. Apost. Vatic., Palat. lat. 1971 (i.e. MS ‘V’) and Göttingen, Univ. Bibliothek, Philol. 184 (i.e. MSS ‘G1 and G2’) printed in italics at the foot of the pages.
Notes: AND2 uses this edition only for the Vatican MS. For a superior edition of the Göttingen MSS, see Amadas2.

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Amadas2

Two separate fragments from Amadas et Ydoine (Göttingen, Universitätbibliothek, Philol. 184)
Hugo Andresen, ‘Bruchstück aus dem altfranzösischen Roman Amadas et Ydoine’, Zeitschrift für romanische Philologie 13 (1889), 85-97.
c.1200 (MS)
DEAF: AmYdGA
Dean: 161
Details: The first fragment (pp. 87-91) is MS ‘G1’ and the second fragment (pp. 91-96) is MS ‘G2’.

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Ambassadors

Negotiations between the ambassadors of France and England
IN: Joseph Stevenson, Narratives of the Expulsion of the English from Normandy, M.CCCC.XLIX.-.MCCCC.L., Rolls Series 32, London, 1863, pp. 379-514.
1449
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Amico amicam

Two macaronic love letters: De amico ad amicam (Cambridge, University Library, Gg.4.27)
IN: E. K. Chambers and F. Sidgwick, Early English Lyrics, London, 1937, pp. 15-19.
s.xv (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: 137
Notes: Alternates A-N, M.E. and Latin lines.

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Amiens Interview

A-N document about a meeting of Philip V and Edward II in Amiens
E. Pole Stuart, 'The Interview between Philip V and Edward II at Amiens in 1320', English Historical Review 41 (1926), 412-15.
1320-24
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Amis

Amis et Amiloun
IN : Eugen Kölbing, ‘Amis and Amiloun’, zugleich mit der altranzösischen Quelle, Altenglische Bibliothek 2, Heilbronn, 1884, pp. 111-87.
s.xiiex
DEAF: AmAmOctK
Dean: 157
Details: Critical edition, producing a composite text from BL, Royal 12 C.XII (i.e. MS ‘L’, c.1335) and Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, 50 (i.e. MS ‘K’, s.xiii 4/4).
The footnotes provide original MS readings, as well as extensive excerpts from Karlsruhe, Badische Landesbibliothek, 345 (i.e. MS ‘C’, s.xiv2).
Notes: MS ‘L’ has been published as Amis ants, MS ‘K’ has been published as Amis mae.

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Amis ANTS

Amis et Amiloun (BL, Royal 12 C.XII)
Hideka Fukui, Amys e Amillyoun, ANTS Plain Texts Series 7, London, 1990.
s.xiiex; c.1335 (MS)
DEAF: AmAmOctF
Dean: 157

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Amis mae

Amis et Amiloun (Karlsruhe, Badische Landesbibliothek, 345)
John Ford, Anglo-Norman ‘Amys e Amilioun’, the Text of Karlsruhe, Badische Landesbibliothek, MS. 345 (olim Codex Durlac 38) in Parallel with London, British Library, MS Royal 12 C.XII, Medium Ævum Monographs 27, Oxford, 2011.
s.xiiex; xiv2 (MS)
DEAF: AmAmOctK
Dean: 157
Details: Printed in parallel with BL, Royal 12 C.XII, which is merely a reprint of Amis ants.

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Amitié

On Friendship, a.k.a. Ein anglonormannisches Lied über Freundschaftspflichten (Oxford, Corpus Christi College, 154)
IN: Edmund Stengel, ‘Handschriftliches aus Oxford’, Zeitschrift für französische Sprache und Literatur 14 (1892), 127-60 (esp. pp. 158-59).
s.xiii (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: 144
Notes: Also printed as Lyric (LI). For a different MS, see Harley Lyrics (III) and Harley Complete (XIII).

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Anc Test

Old Testament poem, including selected stories from Genesis 2 to Chronicles 31
Pierre Nobel, Poème anglo-normand sur l’Ancien Testament, 2 vols, Paris, 1996.
c.1200
DEAF: BibleDéCB/EN
Dean: 462
Details: Parallel edition of BL, Egerton 2710 (i.e. MS ‘E’, c.1220-40) and BN, franç. 902 (i.e. MS ‘B’, s.xiii3/4).
Provides a list of rejected readings from both MSS, as well as variants from Lincoln, Lincolnshire County Archive Office, Louth Grammar School, E.8 (i.e. MS ‘L’, s.xiiiex); Malmesbury, Parish Church, MS. 2 (I) (i.e. MS ‘M’, c.1400); New Haven, Yale University, Beinecke Library, 395 (i.e. MS ‘P’, s.xiiim-2); Oxford, Corpus Christi College, 36 (i.e. MS ‘C’, s.xiiim-2); BN, franç. 898 (i.e. MS ‘A3’, s.xiv1); BN, nouv. acq. franç., 5237 (i.e. MS ‘D’, s.xiii2); and Trier, Stadtbibliothek, Fragmenten Mappe VIII, französische Fragm. 5 (i.e. MS ‘T’, s.xiiiex).
Notes: In AND1, a pre-publication version of this edition was used as Anc Test2. The siglum Anc Test referred to B. E. Peters, L’Ancien Testament, Corpus Christi College, Oxford, MS 36, ll. 1-5000, Göteborg, 1958.
For a separate edition of the prologue in MS ‘E’, see also Vernac Lit (XLIII).

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Ancren1

A-N translation of Ancrene Riwle, a.k.a. Ancrene Wisse (BL, Cotton Vitellius F.VII)
John A. Herbert, The French Text of the ‘Ancrene Riwle’, EETS os 219, London, 1944.
s.xiiiex; xivin (MS)
DEAF: AncrRiwleCH
Dean: 643

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Ancren2

Compilation of religous instruction, incorporating passages of Ancrene Riwle, a.k.a. Ancrene Wisse (Cambridge, Trinity College R.14.7)
William H. Trethewey, The French Text of the ‘Ancrene Riwle’, EETS os 240, London, 1958.
s.xiiiex
DEAF: AncrRiwleTT
Dean: 644; 671; 682
Details: Based on Cambridge, Trinity College R.14.7 (i.e. MS ‘Tr’, 1307-15), with variants from Paris, BN franç. 6276 (i.e. MS ‘BN’, s.xivin) and Oxford, Bodleian Libr., Bodley 90 (i.e. MS ‘Bd’, c.1300). There are frequent sections of the text where either two MSS (‘Tr’ and ‘BN’) or all three of them run together as a base.

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Anecdota


Tony Hunt, ‘Anecdota Anglo-Normannica’, Yearbook of English Studies, 15 (1985), 1-17.

(I) Colophon to Life of St. Thomas Becket in Cambridge, Gonville and Caius 123 (p. 2); Dean: 509; see also S Thom beneit2.
(II) Extracts from the Rule of St. Augustine (p. 6); Dean: 713; see also Augustine.
(III) Extracts from the Rule of St. Benedict (pp. 6-7); Dean: —; see also TLL i 28.
(IV) Extracts from Peines de purgatoire, Oxford, Bodleian Library, Bodley 654 (pp. 7-8); Dean: 645; see also A-N Piety (XVI).
(V) A-N in Latin sermons in BL, Harley 505, s.xivin (MS) (pp. 10-11); Dean: —.
(VI) A-N glosses in BL, Add. 11579, s.xivin (MS) (pp. 11-12); Dean: 325r.
(VII) Ritmus de curia in Cambridge, University Library, Gg.6.42, s.xiiiin (MS) (pp. 13-14); Dean: —.
(VIII) Grammatical note in Dublin, Trinity College, 270, s.xivin (MS) (pp. 14-15); Dean: 297; previously included in AND1 as Gram (transcribed from the MS).
(IX) Del harpur a Roucestre, BL, Cotton Cleopatra A.XII, s.xivin (MS) (pp. 15-17); Dean: 564.

s.xiii/xiv
DEAF: HuntAnec

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Anglo-Scot Relations

A-N documents
E. L. G. Stones, Anglo-Scottish Relations 1174-1328, Some Selected Documents, London, 1965.
1291-1328 (A-N documents)
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: A-N material on pp. 51-57 (1291), 66 (1293), 68-69 (1296), 73-74 (1296), 110-19 (1301?-02), 120-29 (1305), 130-34 (1306), 144-45 (1312), 146-52 (1321), 154-57 (1323), 158-60 (1327), and 164-70 (1328).

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Anleitungsschriften

Various Anglo-Norman manuals of language instruction
Edmund Stengel, ‘Die ältesten Anleitungsschriften zur Erlernung der französischen Sprache’, Zeitschrift für französische Sprache und Literatur 1 (1879-80), 1-40.

(I) La maniere de langage, provides correction’s of Meyer’s edition (Harley 3988) together with variants from Oxford, All Souls College 182 (1396) (pp. 1-7); DEAF: ManLangS; Dean: 281; see also Man lang ants and Man lang3.
(II) Six A-N letters from BL, Harley 3988, s.xivex (pp. 8-10); DEAF: LettrHarlS; Dean: 140; some of these overlap with samps1.
(III) Un petit livre pour enseigner les enfantz (1399) (pp. 10-15); DEAF: EnsEnfS; Dean: 281; see Man Lang ants, pp. 49-66.
(IV) Tractatus ortographie gallicane, by Thomas Coyfurelly, s.xivex (pp. 16-24); DEAF: OrthCoyS; Dean: 289.
(V) Donait françois, c.1400 (pp. 25-33); DEAF: DonatOxfSt; Dean: 290; see Barton1.
(VI) Conjugations, s.xv1 (MS) (pp. 33-40); DEAF: DonatOxfSt; Dean: 295.

DEAF: —

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Ann Burt

A-N in the Annales de Burton
IN: Henry R. Luard, Annales Monastici, 5 vols, Rolls Series 36, London, 1864-69, vol. 1 (1864), pp. 447-56 and 471-79.
1258-59
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: Pp. 455-56 reproduce Foedera1 i 367.

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Ann Lond

Annales Londonienses
IN: William Stubbs, Chronicles of The Reigns of Edward I and Edward II, Rolls Series 76, London, 1882, vol. 1, pp. 3-251.
s.xiv1
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Ann Reg Scot

A-N in the Annales Regni Scotiae (BL, Cotton Claudius, D.vi)
IN: Henry Thomas, Willelmi Rishanger, Quondam Monachi S. Albani, et quorundam anonymorum, Chronica et annales, regnantibus Henrico tertio et Edwardo primo, Rolls Series 28.2, London, 1865, pp. 233-368 (esp. pp. 259-61 and 274-357).
1291-92
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Annandale Writ

Writ by Alexander III of Scotland concerning his right to the advowson of the churches of Annandale
IN: Joseph Robertson, Concilia Scotiae: ecclesiae Scoticanae statuta tam provincialia quam synodalia quae supersunt, 1225-1559, 2 vols, Bannatyne Club, Edinburgh, 1866, vol. 1, lxxiii-iv, n.2.
1270
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Anon Chr1

The Anonimalle Chronicle (Leeds, University Library, Brotherton 29, ff. 271v-353v)
Vivian H. Galbraith, Anonimalle Chronicle 1333-81 from a MS. written at St. Mary’s Abbey, York, History Series 45, Manchester, 1927.
pp. 1-39: a1382 (text and MS); pp. 40-156: a1399 (text and MS)
DEAF: ChronAnG
Dean: 47
Notes: Provides a second and third continuation of a prose Brut.

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Anon Chr2

The Anonimalle Chronicle (Leeds, Univ. Libr., Brotherton 29, ff. 248v-271r)
Wendy R. Childs and John Taylor, The Anonimalle Chronicle 1307-1334, Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Record Series 147, Leeds, 1991.
c.1355; s.xivm (MS)
DEAF: BrutBroth2C
Dean: 47
Notes: Provides first continuation of a prose Brut.
See review by William Rothwell in Medium Ævum 63 (1994), 171-83.

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Antecrist

Antichrist, translated from Abbot Adson of Moutier-en-Der’s Libellus de Antichristo, and dedicated to Henri d’Arci
IN: Reginald C. D. Perman, ‘Henri d’Arci: The Shorter Works,’ in Elizabeth A. Francis, Studies in Medieval French presented to Alfred Ewert, Oxford, 1961, pp. 279-321 (pp. 288-308).
s.xiiim (text and base MS)
DEAF: AntArciP
Dean: 585
Details: Based on Paris, BN, franç. 24862, with variants from BL, Royal 8 E.XVII (i.e. MS ‘R’, c.1300) and Manchester, John Rylands Univ. Libr. Fr. 6 (i.e. MS ‘M’, s.xiiim).
Notes: AND1 uses the siglum Antecrist2 for this edition. The siglum Antecrist used to refer to L. E. Kastner, ‘Some Old French Poems on the Antichrist’, Modern Language Review 1 (1905-06), 269-83; with variants from R. Fawtier, ‘Notice du ms. French 6 de la John Rylands Library, Manchester’, Romania 49 (1923), 321-42. All online citations have been updated to reflect the Perman edition.

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ANTS


Anglo-Norman Texts, published by the Anglo-Norman Text Society, Oxford/London, 1939- .

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Apoc Abingdon

The Abingdon Apocaplypse
Daron Burrows, The Abingdon Apocalypse (British Library, Add. 24555), ANTS 74, Oxford, 2017.
c.1270; c.1270-75 (MS)
DEAF: ApocAbB
Dean: 474

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Apoc giffard

Verse Apocalypse, by William Giffard (Oxford, Bodleian Library, Fr.e.22)
Olwen Rhys, An Anglo-Norman Rhymed Apocalypse with Commentary, from the Giffard MS, ANTS 6, Oxford, 1946.
s.xiiiex; xiv2 (MS)
DEAF: ApocGiffR
Dean: 477

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Apoc Prose

Prose Apocalypse
Léopold Delisle and Paul Meyer, L’Apocalypse en Français au XIIIe Siècle (Bibl. Nat. fr. 403), SATF, Paris, 1901. 
s.xiii2/4; c.1255 (base MS)
DEAF: ApocPrD
Dean: 475
Details: Based on Paris, BN, franç. 403 (i.e. MS ‘A’), with variants from Paris, BN, franç. 9574 (i.e. MS ‘B’, s.xiii4/4) and Paris, Bibl. de l’Arsenal, 5214 (i.e. MS ‘C’, s.xivin).
Notes: For excerpts from a variant MS, see Rom 15 (Gg.1.1) (XXVII).

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Apoc Trinity

Prose Apocalypse (Cambridge, Trinity College, R.16.2)
Yorio Otaka and Hideka Fukui, Apocalypse Anglo-Normande, Cambridge Trinity College MS. R.16.2, Reproduction photographique en couleurs suivie de l’édition des textes, Osaka, 1977.
s.xiii2/4 (text and MS)
DEAF: ApocTrinO
Dean: 473

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Apoc Trinity ants

Prose Apocalypse (Cambridge, Trinity College, R.16.2)
Ian Short, Trinity Apocalypse, ANTS 73, Oxford, 2016.
1255-60; s.xiiim (MS)
DEAF: ApocTrinS
Dean: 473

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Apoc Verse ANTS

Verse Apocalypse
Brent A. Pitts, Revelacion, Anglo-Norman Text Society 68, London, 2010.
c.1270; s.xivin (base MS)
DEAF: ApocAgnP
Dean: 478
Details: Based on BL, Royal 2 D.XII (i.e. MS ‘R’), with rejected readings in footnotes and selected variants of MSS BL, Add. 18633 (i.e. MS ‘A’, s.xiv1); Oxford, Bodleian Library, Auct. D.4.14 (i.e. MS ‘B’, 1320-30); Oxford, Bodleian Library, Ashmole 753 (i.e. MS ‘b’, 1280-90); Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, 20 (i.e. MS ‘C’, 1335-39); Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, McClean 123 (i.e. MS ‘f’, 1290-1300); Copenhagen, Kongelige Bibliothek Thott 89.4 (i.e. MS ‘K’, 1280-90); Cambridge, Magdalene College, Pepysian 1803 (i.e. MS ‘P’, 1315-25); Toulouse, Bibl. Munic., 815 (i.e. MS ‘T’, 1330-40); and Wormsley Library of Sir Paul Getty, Oxfordshire (i.e. MS ‘Y’, 1310-30).
Appendix I contains more excerpts from MS ‘A’.
Notes: MSS ‘K’ and ‘T’ are MSS ‘beta’ and ‘gamma’ respectively in Apoc Verse Illustrated.

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Apoc Verse Illustrated

Verse Apocalypse with illustrations
Paul Meyer, ‘Version anglo-normande en vers de l'Apocalypse’, Romania 25 (1896) 174-257.
c.1270
DEAF: ApocAgnM
Dean: 478
Details: Parallel edition of Copenhagen, Roy. Lib., Thott 89 (i.e. MS 'beta', left-hand column, s.xiv1) and Toulouse, Bibl. munic. 815 (i.e. MS 'gamma', right-hand column, s.xiv2/4).
Notes: MSS 'beta' and 'gamma' are, respectively, MSS ‘K’ and ‘T’ in Apoc Verse ants.

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Apr Sal

Les Aprises Salamon
MS: Oxford, Bodleian Library, Bodley 82, ff. 3r-6v.
s.xiv1 (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: 262
Notes: Transcription provided by Jennifer Gabel.

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APS

Acts of the Parliament of Scotland
Thompson and Innes Cosmo, Acts of the Parliament of Scotland, vol. 1, Edinburgh, 1814.
1124-1423
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: Latin material, containing some vernacular elements.

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Aquitaine Status

A-N document from The National Archives (Diplomatic Documents Chancery, 27/5/19)
Pierre Chaplais, 'English Arguments Concerning the Feudal Status of Aquitaine in the Fourteenth Century', Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research 21 (1948), 203-13 (pp. 211-12).
c.1286
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Armourer's Bill

A-N document from The National Archives
Harold Dillon, 'An Armourer's Bill, temp. Edward III', Antiquary 22 (1890), 148-50.
1337-41
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Ars Dict

Various A-N Ars Dictaminis texts associated with Thomas Sampson
James Woodrow Hassell III, Thomas Sampson’s Dictaminal Treatises and the Teaching of French in Medieval England: An Edition and Study, unpublished PhD thesis, Toronto, 1991.

(I) Report on Thomas Sampson’s Ars Dictaminis (CUL Ee.4.20; i.e. MS ‘C’), c.1385; c.1400 (MS) (pp. 1-26); Dean: 318; See also samps2 (MS ‘C’), with excerpts previously printed in Briefschreibekunst (MS ‘C’).
(II) Ars Dictaminis, possibly by Thomas Sampson (CUL Ee.4.20; i.e. MS ‘C’), s.xiv2; c.1400 (MS) (pp. 28-83); Dean: 317; with variant readings from BL, Harley 4971 (i.e. MS ‘H’; c.1400), and Oxford, Magdalen College 188 (i.e. MS ‘O’; s.xv); excerpts also printed in samps1 360-73, Briefschreibekunst (MSS ‘C’ and ‘H2’) and Vernac Lit (VIIb).
(III) Appendix A: De salucionibus, additional section from Ars dictaminis, possibly by Thomas Sampson, only present in BL, Harley 4971 (i.e. MS ‘H’; c.1400) (pp. 87-92); Dean: 317; excerpts previously printed in Briefschreibekunst (MS ‘H2’).
(IV) Appendix B: Ars Dictamis (Paris, BN, nouv. acq. lat. 699; i.e. MS ‘P’), s.xivex (MS) (pp. 93-102); Dean: 321; with variant readings from BL, Harley 3988 (i.e. MS ‘H’; s.xivex). For ‘H’, see also samps2 (MS ‘H3’), with variants printed in Briefschreibekunst (MS ‘H1’).

DEAF: —

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Art1

Translation of the first book and the beginning of the second book of Ovid’s Ars Amatoria, by Maître Elie (Paris, BN franç. 19152)
H. Kühne and Edmund Stengel, Maître Elie’s überarbeitungen der ältesten französischen Übertragung von Ovid’s ‘Ars Amatoria’, Ausgaben und Abhandlungen aus dem Gebiete der romanischen Philologie 47, Marburg, 1886.
s.xiii1/3; xiiiex (MS)
DEAF: OvArtElieK
Dean: —
Notes: Used in AND1 (A-C) but thereafter removed as not A-N.

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Art Love

The Art Of Love (London, College of Arms, Arundel XIV)
Östen Södergård,’Un Art d’aimer anglo-normand’, Romania 77 (1956), 289-330.
c.1300' s.xiv2/4
DEAF: ArtAimAgnS
Dean: 245
Notes: Previously Art and Art2.

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Art Will

Articuli Willelmii (Cambridge, University Library Ee.1.1)
IN: Felix Liebermann, Die Gesetze der Angelsachsen, Halle, 1903, vol. 1, pp. 488-89.
1192-93; s.xivin (MS)
DEAF: Tripartita1L
Dean: 33
Notes: The Articuli Willelmi is the first part of a translation of the Tripartita. For parts two and three, see Leges retractae and Early Prose History.

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Arun Ps

The Arundel Psalter, a.k.a. the London Psalter, interlinear translation of the Gallican version (BL, Arundel 30)
A. Beyer, ‘Die Londoner Psalterhandschrift Arundel 230’, Zeitschrift für romanische Philologie 11 (1887), 513-34, and 12 (1888), 1-56.
s.xiim (text and MS)
DEAF: PsArundB
Dean: 446
Notes: Diplomatic edition of Psalms 4-54.

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Ashmole Roll

Heraldic Roll of Arms
MS: Oxford, Bodleian Library, Ashmole Roll 15A
c.1334 (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: 391.1
Notes: Transcribed by Lisa Jefferson.

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Assump Homily

Homily for the Assumption (Madrid, Bibl. Nac., 18253)
Michel Debroucker, ‘Ci commence de l’Assumpcioun Nostre Dame: Edition critique d’un texte anglo-normand inédit du XIIIe siècle’, Bulletin de la Faculté des Lettres de Strasbourg, 33 (1954-55), 329-53.
s.xiiiex; 1300 (MS)
DEAF: AssompNDJoyeD
Dean: 494

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Assump Vision

De l’assumptiun Nostre Dame ke fu revelee a une nonein, or Vision of St. Elizabeth of Schönau (Cambridge, Pembroke College, 112)
Joan P. Strachey ‘Poem on the Assumption’, in Oliver H. Prior, Cambridge Anglo-Norman Texts, Cambridge, 1924, pp. 13-26.
s.xiii; xiiiex (MS)
DEAF: VisElisS
Dean: 493
Notes: Previously Assump.

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Augustine

Translation of the Regula S. Augustini, a.k.a. La reule seint Austin (Oxford, Bodleian Library, Bodley 57)
Tony Hunt, ‘An Anglo-Norman Rule of St. Augustine’, Augustiana 45 (1995), 177-89.
s.xiii2
DEAF: RègleAugBH
Dean: 713

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Ave J-C

Ave Jhesu-Crist, seven Aves attributed to St. Franciscus (Oxford, Bodleian Library, Digby 86)
IN: Edmund Stengel, ‘Handschriftliches aus Oxford’, Zeitschrift für französische Sprache und Literatur 14 (1892), 127-60 (pp. 140-41).
1272-82 (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: 893
Notes: For excerpts, see Digby (IV); see also Lyric (VI) for a different MS version.

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Aymer de Valence

Six A-N documents
IN: J. R. S. Phillips, Aymer de Valence, Earl of Pembroke, 1307-1324: Baronial Politics in the Reign of Edward II, Oxford, 1972, pp. 316-22.
1308-18
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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