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.

Pains of Hell

A-N lines in the prologue and epilogue of the M.E. Eleven Pains of Hell
E. G. Stanley, ‘Die anglonormannischen Verse in dem mittelenglischen Gedicht Die elf Höllenpeinen’, Archiv 192 (1956), 21-32.
s.xiii2 (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: 556
Notes: The text also has A-N rubrics, not included in this edition.

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Paints and Dyes

A-N instructions on the preparation of paints and dyes
MS: Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, 161r-v.
s.xiii-xivin (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: 387
Notes: Transcription provided by Heather Pagan.

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Panis et serevisiae

A-N grant: Assisa panis et serevisiae
IN: W. Dunn Macray,Charters and Documents Illustrating the History of the Cathedral, City, and Diocese of Salisbury, in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries, Selected from the Capitular and Diocesan Registers by the Late Rev. W. Rich Jones, Rolls Series 97, London, 1891, p. 5.
1120 (A-N document)
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: Ian Short and Richard Sharp reject this early charter as a counterfeit.

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Papal Collectors

Excerpts from A-N petition against Master William Testa
E. M. Thompson, ‘The Petition of 1307 against Papal Collectors’, English Historical Review 35 (1920), 419-20.
1307
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: Variant MS of Rot Parl1 i 219-20.

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Parabolae

Prose translation of the Liber Parabolorum of Alain de Lille, attributed to ‘Thomas’
Tony Hunt, ‘Une traduction partielle des Parabolae d’Alain de Lille’, Le Moyen Age 87 (1981), 45-56.
s.xiii2; xiiiex (MS)
DEAF: ParabAlainH
Dean: 257
Notes: Previously Parab.
Some corrections provided in Tony Hunt, ‘Les Paraboles maistre Alain’, Forum for Modern Language Studies 21 (1985), 362-75, (p. 373, n.14).

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Parl 1371 Art

A-N document from the cartulary of the Abbey of St. Edmund at Bury (BL, Harley 638)
V. H. Galbraith, ‘Articles Laid before the Parliament of 1371’, English Historical Review 34 (1919), 579-82.
1371
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Parl Commit


J. G. Edwards, ‘The Parliamentary Committee of 1398’, English Historical Review 40 (1926), 321-33.
1398
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: Reproduces Rot Parl1 iii with additional variant MSS.

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Parl Writs

A-N parliamentary writs
Francis Palgrave, The Parliamentary Writs and Writs of Military Summons, Together with the Records and Muniments Relating to the Suit and Service Due and Performed to the King’s High Court of Parliament and the Councils of the Realm, 4 vols, Record Commission, London, 1827-34.
1275-1327
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Details: Includes the great, Parliamentary or Bannerets’ Roll in A-N, i.e. names with descriptions of blazoned shields; see vol. 1.1, pp. 409-20; BL, Cotton Caligula A.XVIII; c.1312; Dean: 391.1.
Notes: Mainly in Latin.

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Paroles Salomun

Incomplete A-N paraphrase and commentary of the Proverbs of Solomon (Paris, BN, franc. 24862)
Tony Hunt, Les Paroles Salomun, ANTS 70, Mancester, 2012.
s.xiiiin; xiiim (MS)
DEAF: ProvSalParH
Dean: 459
Details: Appendix 1 (pp. 185-89) provides excerpts from The Book of Proverbs, Madrid, Bibl. Nac., 18253 (s.xiii1; c.1300 (MS); DEAF: ProvSalAuR; Dean: 460).
Notes: Replaces Salemon Fragm.

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Passion BVM1


Duplicate siglum for Plaintes Vge (III).

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Passion BVM2

The Passion Recounted by the Virgin (BL, Royal 20 B.V)
IN: C. William Marx and Jeanne F. Drennan, The Middle English Prose Complaint of Our Lady and Gospel of Nicodemus, Middle English Texts 19, Heidelberg, 1987, pp. 73-118.
s.xiv1; xivm (base MS)
DEAF: PlainteVgeNostreM
Dean: 957
Details: Provides emendations and selected variants from BL, Egerton 2781 (i.e. MS ‘E’, s.xiv1).
Notes: This text ends with ‘regne sanz fyn. Amen’, and is followed by Evang Nic Paraphrase.

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Passion BVM3

Fragment of The Passion Recounted by the Virgin (Cambridge, University Library, Dd.4.35)
C. William Marx, ‘A Newly Identified Fragment of the Anglo-Norman Prose Complaint of Our Lady and Gospel of Nicodemus in Cambridge University Library MS Dd.4.35’, Notes and Queries 236 (1991), 157-58.
s.xiv1; c.1500 (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: 957
Notes: Provides an extended apparatus to Passion BVM2. The final variants for p. 118 refer to Evang Nic Paraphrase.

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Pater

Fragment of a commentary on the Pater Noster (Oxford, Bodleian Library, Bodley 57)
Tony Hunt, ‘An Anglo-Norman Pater Noster’, Notes and Queries 240 (1995), 16-18.
s.xiiiex (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: 849
Notes: First 13 lines also printed in Rom 35 (VII).

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Peace Lincolnshire

A-N document
IN: Elisabeth G. Kimbal, Records of Some Sessions of the Peace in Lincolnshire, 1381-1396, Volume 2, The parts of Lindsey, Publications of the Lincoln Record Society 56, Hereford, 1961, p. 72.
1382 (A-N document)
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Pecchez

Prose Treatise on the Seven Deadly Sins
MS: BL, Cotton Vespasian D.III, ff. 208ra-210ra.
s.xiii3/4 (MS)
DEAF: SeptPechVesp
Dean: 666
Notes: For a variant MS, see A-N Piety (X).

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Peines1

Les Peines de Purgatorie, wrongfully attributed to Robert Grosseteste in the fourteenth century
MS: BL, Arundel 288, ff. 84ra-91vb.
s.xiii2/3; xiii3/4 (MS)
DEAF: Peines
Dean: 645
Notes: For a variant in Oxford, Bodleian Library, Bodley 654, see Anecdota 7-8 as well as A-N Piety (XVI).

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Peines2

Les Peines de Purgatorie, wrongfully attributed to Robert Grosseteste in the fourteenth century
Robert J. Relihan, A Critical Edition of the Anglo-Norman and Latin Versions of ‘Les Peines de Purgatorie’, Ph.D thesis, Iowa, 1978.
s.xiii2/3; xiii3/4 (MS)
DEAF: PeinesR
Dean: 645
Details: Based on BL, Arundel 288 (i.e. MS ‘A’), with variants from Dublin, Trinity College E.4.30 (i.e. MS ‘B’, s.xivm); Oxford, Bodleian Libray, Bodley 654 (i.e. MS ‘C’, s.xiii2); Oxford, Bodleian Library, Bodley 82 (i.e. MS ‘D’, s.xiv1); BL, Royal 16 E.II (i.e. MS ‘E’, s.xv); Cambridge, Trinity College R.14.7 (i.e. MS ‘F’, c.1307); Paris, BN franç. 6276 (i.e. MS ‘G’, s.xivin).
Notes: For a separate edition of Oxford, Bodleian Library, Bodley 654, see A-N Piety (XVI).
Also provides an edition of the Latin translation from the late thirteenth century.

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Pel Charlemagne

Le Pelerinage de Charlemagne (BL, Royal 16 E.VIII)
Glyn S. Burgess, Le Pèlerinage de Charlemagne, British Rencesvals Publications 2, Edinburgh, 1998.
s.xii2; xiiiex (MS)
DEAF: PelCharlBu
Dean: 80
Notes: Possibly Continental in origin, but preserved only in an Anglo-Norman manuscript (which has been lost since 1879).

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Penit

Le chemin de pénitence, part two of a three-part sermon by Simon of Carmarthen (Oxford, Bodl. Library, Selden supra 74)
IN: Edmund Stengel, ‘Handschriftliches aus Oxford’, Zeitschrift für französische Sprache und Literatur 14 (1892), 127-60 (pp. 147-50).
s.xiii; xiiim (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: 593.II
Notes: For parts one and three, see Lyric (XXX) (in AND1 Oroison) and Lyric (XXXIX) (in AND1 Serm simon).

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Percy Ch

The Percy Chartulary
M. T. Martin, The Percy Chartulary, Surtees Society 117, Durham, 1911.
1167-1367
DEAF: CartPercyM
Dean: —
Notes: A substantial number of A-N documents, among otherwise Latin material.

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Perle

Chapter 38 of the First Prose Lapidary (Oxford, Bodleian Library, Digby 13, f. 21)
IN: Joan Evans, Magical Jewels of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, Oxford, 1922, pp. 81-82.
s.xii2 (MS)
DEAF: LapidFPS
Dean: 350
Notes: Corrections provided by Lapid (III) 108.xxxviii (var.).
In AND1 this siglum refers to an unpublished transcription of the original MS.

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Peroindre

Excerpts from a prose treatise on Falconry (Oxford, Bodleian Library, Digby 86)
Gunnar Tilander, ‘Ancien français peroindre, pouroindre, moyen anglais proyne, pruyne, prune, anglais moderne prune (of a bird)’, Romania 56 (1930), 267-75 (p. 272).
c.1275; 1272-82 (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: 401
Notes: See A-N Falconry (III). For a variant in BL, Addit. 46919, see Rom 13 (V). See also Glan lex for further excerpts from this text (MS ‘D’) and Digby (XV).

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Pet Crown

A-N documents from The National Archives, SC8
Gwilym Dodd, Alison K. McHardy and Lisa Liddy, Petitions to the Crown from English Religious Houses, c.1272-c.1485, The Canterbury and York Society 100, Woodbridge, 2010.
c.1272-c.1485
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: Mainly A-N documents.

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Pet Phil

La Petite Philosophie, based on Book I of De Imagine mundi by Honorius of Autun
William H. Trethewey, A Critical Edition of ‘La Petite Philosophie’, an Anglo-Norman Poem of the Thirteenth Century, ANTS 1, London, 1939.
c.1230; 1275-85 (base MS)
DEAF: PetPhilT
Dean: 325
Details: Based on BL, Addit. 45103 (i.e. MS ‘P’), with variants from Cambridge, St. John’s College, I.11 (i.e. MS ‘C’, s.xiiiex); Cambridge, Univ. Libr., Dd.10.31 (i.e. MS ‘D’, s.xiii2); Cambridge, Univ. Libr., Gg.6.28 (i.e. MS ‘G’, s.xivin); Oxford, Bodleian Library, Douce 210 (i.e. MS ‘B’, s.xivin); Oxford, Bodleian Library, Rawl. poetry 241 (i.e. MS ‘R’, s.xiv1/4); and Vatican City, Bibl. Apost. Vatic., Regin. lat. 1659 (i.e. MS ‘V’, c.1300).
Notes: For excerpts from MSS ‘D’ and ‘G’, see also Rom 15 (Dd.10.31) (VIII), and for excerpts from MS 'B', see also Douce 210 bsatf (II)

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Pet Plet

Le Petit Plet, by Chardri (BL, Cotton Caligula A.IX)
IN: John Koch, Chardry’s ‘Josaphaz’, ‘Set Dormanz’ und ‘Petit Plet’, Altfranzösische Bibliothek 1, Heilbronn, 1879, pp. 124-68.
s.xiiiin; xiii2 (MS)
DEAF: ChardryPletK
Dean: 265
Notes: Replaced in AND1 from D onwards and in AND2 with Pet Plet ants.

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Pet Plet ANTS

Le Petit Plet, by Chardri
Brian S. Merrilees, Le Petit Plet, ANTS 20, London, 1970.
s.xiiiin; xiii3/4 (base MS)
DEAF: ChardryPletM
Dean: 265
Details: Based on BL, Cotton Caligula A.IX (i.e. MS ‘L’), with variants from Oxford, Jesus College, 29 (i.e. MS ‘O’, s.xiii3/4) and Vatican City, Bibl. Apost. Vatic., Regin. lat. 1659 (i.e. MS ‘V’, s.xiv).

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Pet Rich II


John G. Edwards, ‘Some Common Petitions in Richard II’s First Parliament’, Bulletin of Historical Research 26 (1953), 200-213.
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Details: (Roman numerals) Petitions of 1377: see Rot Parl1 iii 15-25.
(Arabic numerals) Ordinances of 1311: see Rot Parl1 i 281-86.
Notes: Replaced in AND2 with Rot Parl1 references.

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Petit Bruit

Le Petit Bruit, by Rauf de Boun (BL, Harley 902)
Diana B. Tyson, Rauf de Boun, ‘Le Petit Bruit’, ANTS Plain Texts Series 4, London, 1987.
1309; s.xvi2 (MS)
DEAF: BrutPetT
Dean: 52

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Pevensey

A-N in a custumal of Pevensey
Lambert B. Larking, ‘The Custumal of Pevensey, as Delivered to the Lord Warden at Dover Castle, in 1356’, Sussex Archaeological Collections Relating to the History and Antiquities of the County 4 (1851), 209-18.
1356
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Pharmacopoeia

A-N version of Platearius’ Circa Instans
Tony Hunt, An Anglo-Norman Pharmacopoeia (Oxford, Bodleian Library MS Bodley 761), ANTS Plain Texts Series 19, Oxford, 2017.
s.xiii1; c.1365 (MS)
DEAF: LSimplMedAloe
Dean: 411
Notes: For excerpts, see Rom 37 (IV).

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Phlebotomy

Medical treatise about blood-letting (London, University College, Lat. 12)
Tony Hunt, ‘The Poetic Vein: Phlebotomy in Middle English and Anglo-Norman verse’, English studies 77 (1996), 311-22.
s.xivin (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: 429

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Picture

A-N verse on how the pains and pleasures of this life are but a picture of those of the afterlife
IN: Paul Meyer, ‘Les manuscrits français de Cambridge IV. Gonville et Caius College’, Romania 36 (1907), 481-542 (pp. 516-17).
c.1300
DEAF: —
Dean: 614
Details: Cambridge, Gonville and Caius College, 312 (710).

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PINCHBECK

Two A-N passages in the Latin Register of Walter Pincebeke/Pinchbeck
IN: Francis Harvey, The Pinchbeck Register, Relating to the Abbey of Bury St. Edmunds, 2 vols, Oxford, 1925, vol. 2, pp. 18-20 and 26-03.
1327 (A-N materials)
DEAF: RegPinchbeckH
Dean: —

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Pipewell

A-N documents
Adrian R. Bell, Chris Brooks and Paul Dryburgh, ‘Leger est aprendre mes fort est arendre: Wool, Debt and the Dispersal of Pipewell Abbey (1280-1330)’, Journal of Medieval History 32 (2006), 187-211.
1280-1330
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Plac Cor

Placita Corone, A-N treatise on criminal law
John M. Kaye, Placita Corone or La corone pledee devant justices, Selden Society, Supplementary Series 4, London, 1966.

(I) Long Version; 1275; based on Cambridge Univ. Mm.I.27 (i.e. MS ‘C’, c.1282), with variant readings from Oxford Christ Church 103 (i.e. MS ‘B’, s.xivin) and Cambridge University, Dd.VII.14 (i.e. MS ‘A’, c.1400) (pp. 1-22); DEAF: PlacCor1K.
(II) Short version; c.1279; based on BL, Harley 667 (i.e. MS ‘E’, s.xiv (?), with variant readings from BL, Royal 10A.V (i.e. MS .D’, s.xivin), BL Lansdowne 467 (i.e. MS ‘F’, s.xiv1), BL Harley 6669 (i.e. MS ‘G’, c.1300) and Cambridge< (pp. 22-31); DEAF: PlacCor2K.

Dean: —
Notes: Provides Modern English translations.

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Plainte Am

La Plainte d’amour, attributed to Nicholas Bozon
Johan Vising, La Plainte d’amour, poème anglo-normand, Göteborgs Högskolas Årsskrift 11.4 and 13.5, Göteborg, 1905 and 1907.
1312; s.xiv1 (base MS)
DEAF: PlainteAmV
Dean: 690
Details: Based on BL, Harley 273 (i.e. MS ‘H’), with variants from Cambridge, University Library Gg 1.1 (i.e. MS ‘G’ or ‘U’, s.xiv1/4); Oxford, Bodleian Library, Rawl. Poetry 241 (i.e. MS ‘R’, s.xiv1); Cambridge, Trinity College O.1.17 (i.e. MS ‘T’, s.xiv2); and BL, Addit. 46919 (i.e. MS ‘Ph’, s.xiv1/3).
Notes: Previously Plainte.
For excerpts from other MSS, see Rom 13 (VII), Rom 15 (Gg.1.1) (VI), and Rom 32 (O.1.17) (II).

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Plaintes Vge

Three A-N texts associated with BVM
Frédéric Joseph Tanquerey, Plaintes de la Vierge en anglo-français, XIIIe et XIVe siècles, Paris, 1921.

(I) Pseudo-Bernard De planctu virginis Marie; Cambridge, University Library, Gg.1.1 (i.e. MS ‘C’); c.1270; s.xivin (MSS) (pp. 1-56 and 63-124); DEAF: PlainteVgePurT; Dean: 954; Provides variants from Oxford, Bodleian Library, Greaves 51 (i.e. MS ‘O’); for excerpts, see also Rom 15 (Gg.1.1) (XIV).
(II) Apendix 1: Lament of the Virgin, attributed to Nicholas Bozon; BL, Royal 8 E.XVII (i.e. MS ‘R’); c.1270; s.xivin (base MS) (pp. 56-60 and 125-35); DEAF: PlainteVgeReineT; Dean: 956; Provides variants from BL, Addit. 46919 (i.e. MS ‘P’, s.xiv1/3) and BL, Cotton Julius A.V (i.e. MS ‘C’, s.xivin) For excerpts, see also Rom 13 (XXIII).
(III) Appendix 2: The Passion recounted by the Virgin; BL, Royal 20 B.V; s.xiv1; s.xivm (MS) (pp. 60-62 and 136-71); DEAF: PlainteVgeNostreT; Dean: 957; Provides variants from BL, Egerton 2781 (i.e. MS ‘E’, s.xiv1). Replaced in AND2 with Passion BVM2.

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Plant Names

Plant Names in Anglo-Norman, Middle English and Latin
Tony Hunt, Plant Names of Medieval England, Cambridge, 1989.
s.xiii-xiv
DEAF: HuntPl
Dean: —
Notes: Provides botanical lexis from 43 MSS.

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Plat

Translation of Johannes Platearius’s Practica Brevis
MS: Cambridge, Trinity College, O.1.20, ff. 55r-193v.
s.xiiim (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: 410
Notes: Replaced in AND2 with A-N Med (III).

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Play Intros

Two A-N and M.E. introductions to lost plays
IN: Norman Davis, Non-Cycle Plays and Fragments, EETS suppl. Texts 1, London, 1970, pp. cxi-cxv and 114-16.

(I) Cambridge, University Library, Mm.1.18; s.xiiiex (pp. cxi-cxii and 114-15); Dean: 718.
(II) BL, Addit., Roll 63481B; s.xivm (pp. cxiv-cxv and 116); Dean: 719.

DEAF: —

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Plea Rolls


J. M. Rigg and H. Jenkinson, Calendar of the Plea Rolls of the Exchequer of the Jews, Jewish Historical Society, London, 1972.
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: Citations erroneously ascribed to Plea Rolls in AND1 and the printed edition of AND2 were in fact from Sel Pleas, and the references have been corrected accordingly in the on-line version.

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Pleas King


Doris Mary Stenton, Pleas before the King or his Justices 1198-1202, vol. 1, Selden Society 67, London, 1942.
1198-1202
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: Vernacular words in Latin documents.

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Pleinte Lacy

Dialogue between Henry de Lacy and Walter of Bibbesworth (Oxford, Bodleian Library, Faifax 24)
IN: Suzanne Thiolier-Méjean, ‘Croisade et registre courtois chez les troubadours’, in Jean Marie d’Heur and Nicoletta Cherubini, Études de philologie Romane et d’Histoire Littéraire offertes à Jules Horrent, Liège, 1980, pp. 295-307 (pp. 305-06).
s.xiiiex; xivin (MS)
DEAF: PlainteLacyT
Dean: 143
Notes: Previously published in Rel Ant i 134-36.

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Plumpton Corr

A-N documents in the Plumton Cartulary
Thomas Stapleton, Plumpton Correspondence: A Series of Letters, Chiefly Domestick, Written in the Reigns of Edward IV, Richard III, Henry VII and Henry VIII, Camden Society, O.S. 4, London, 1839.
1387-1501
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: A-N material on pp. xxii (1387), xxvii-xxix (1406), xxix-xxx (1410), xlvi (1418), ciii-cvi (1501).

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Pol Songs

Sixteen A-N poems of a political nature
Isabel S. T. Aspin, Anglo-Norman Political Songs, ANTS 11, Oxford, 1953.

(I) Prisoner’s prayer, London, Corporation of London Records Office, Liber Custumarum; s.xiiim; xiii2 (MS) (pp. 1-11); Dean: 124.
(II) Song of the barons, BL, Addit. 23986; 1263; s.xiii2 (MS) (pp. 12-23); Dean: 83.
(III) Lament for Simon de Montfort, BL, Harley 2253; 1267-68; c.1335 (MS) (pp. 24-35); Dean: 84; see also Harley Complete (XI); for another MS see Lament Montfort.
(IV) Song of the church, parallel edition of BL, Cotton Julius D.VII (i.e. MS ‘N’) and Oxford, Bodleian Library, Douce 137 (i.e. MS ‘O’); c.1256; s.xiii(MSS) (pp. 36-48); Dean: 90; MS ‘N’ is also printed in Lyric (XXXIII); replaces AND1’s Rom 4 (XIII).
(V) Thomas Turberville, BL, Cotton Caligula A.XVIII; 1295-97; s.xiv2 (MS) (pp. 49-55); Dean: 92.
(VI) De provisione Oxonie, parallel edition of Cambridge, St. John’s College, E.9 (i.e. MS ‘J’) and Edinburgh, Nat. Libr., Adv. 19.2.1 (i.e. MS ‘A’); 1310-40; s.xiv(MSS) (pp. 56-66); Dean: 91.
(VII) Trailbaston, BL, Harley 2253; 1305-07; c.1335 (MS) (pp. 67-78); Dean: 93; see also Harley Complete (XXIX).
(VIII) Elegy for Edward I, Cambridge, University Library, Gg.1.1; 1308; s.xiv1 (MS) (pp. 79-92); Dean: 85; for an excerpt, see Rom 15 (Gg.1.1) (XXXVIII).
(IX) Lament of Edward II (pp. 93-104); see Lament Ed II.
(X) Against the king’s taxes, BL, Harley 2253; c.1335 (MS) (pp. 105-15); Dean: 95; see also Harley Complete (L).
(XI) Sur les états du monde, Cambridge, Gonville andCaius College, 435; s.xiii1; xiiim (MS) (pp. 116-29); Dean: 100; replaces AND1’s Rom 4 (XII).
(XII) L’ordre de bel ayse, BL, Harley 2253; c.1300; c.1335 (MS) (pp. 130-42); Dean: 96; see also Harley Complete (XXXIII).
(XIII) Lettre du prince des envieux, BL, Addit. 46919; c.1300; s.xiv1/3 (MS) (pp. 143-48); Dean: 103; for an excerpt see Rom 13 (XLVI); for another MS see Lyric (XXVIII).
(XIV) Vulneratur karitas, BL, Harley 746; c.1265; s.xiiiex (MS) (pp. 149-56); Dean: 101.
(XV) Proverbia Trifaria, parallel edition of BL, Royal 12 C.XII (i.e. MS ‘R’), Oxford, Bodleian Library, Rawlinson A.273 (i.e. MS ‘S’) and Oxford, Trinity College 7 (i.e. MS ‘T’); 1310-25; s.xiv-xv2/4 (MS) (pp. 157-68); Dean: 278.
(XVI) Ingratitude of the great, BL, Cotton Caligula A.XVIII; c.1300; s.xiv1/3  (MS) (p. 169-73); Dean: 104.

DEAF: AspinChansPol

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Polistorie

Polistorie, by John of Canterbury (BL, Harley 636)
William N. Ferris, Jehan de Caunterbire, ‘Polistorie’: A Critical Edition, unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1963.
s.xivm (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: 53

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Political agreement

One A-N document from The National Archives
Edward Salisbury, ‘A Political Agreement of June 1318’, English Historical Review 33 (1918), 78-83 (esp. pp. 81-83).
1318
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Polychronicon

A-N in an anonymous continuation of John Malvern’s continuation of the Polychronicon
Joseph Rawson Lumby, Polychronicon Ranulphi Higden Monachi Cestrensis, Together with the Translation of John Trevisa and of an Unknown Writer of the Fifteenth Century, Vol. 9, Containing a Continuation of the Polychronicon by Johannes Malverne, Rolls Series 41, London, 1886.
c.1394
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: A-N on pp. 83-89, 119-65, 190-98, 223-34.
Replaced with Westm A-N.

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Polyglot Glossary

Glossary in Oxford, Bodleian Library, Norfolk Rolls 81
David Howlett, ‘A Polyglot Glossary of the Twelfth Century’, in Stewart Gregory and David A. Trotter, De mot en mot: Aspects of Medieval Linguistics. Essays in Honour of William Rothwell, Cardiff, 1997, pp. 81-91.
1150-61
DEAF: MélRothwell
Dean: —
Notes: Mainly in Latin, but includes some vernacular words. Two of these are Anglo-Norman.

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PONTISSARA

A-N material in the Latin Register of John de Pontissara
Cecil Deedes, Registrum Johannis de Pontissare: episcopi wyntoniensis, 2 vols, Canterbury and York Society 19, London, 1915-24.
s.xiii
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Details: A-N documents on pp. 319 (1286), 450 (c.1200), 491-92 (1294), 521-22 (1295), 524-25 (1295), 664-65 (c.1276), 667-69 (c.1276), 684-87 (1284), 710-11 (1293), and 722-23 (1292).

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Pop Med

Large selection of medical texts
Tony Hunt, Popular Medicine in Thirteenth-Century England, Cambridge, 1990.

(I) Chapter 3: Lettre d’Hippocrate (c.1245), based on BL, Harley 978 (c.1245 (MS)) (pp. 107-24); with additional receipts from BL, Sloane 3550 (s.xiv1 (MS)) (pp. 136-40) and Oxford, Bodleian Library, Digby 86 (1272-82 (MS)) (pp. 140-41) (pp. 107-41); DEAF: LettrHippocH; Dean: 406; For a version in Exeter, Catherdral Libr., 3519, see Five Med MSS (E); for extracts from a version in Cambridge, Trinity College, O.1.20, see Rom 32 (O.1.20) (IIIb) and (V); for extracts from Oxford, Bodleian Library, Digby 86, see Digby (II).
(II) Chapter 4: Physique Rimee (c.1250), based on Cambridge, Trinity College, O.1.20 (s.xiii3/4) (pp. 150-216); DEAF: RecMédQuiH; Dean: 416; with variants from Cambridge, St. John’s College, D.4 (i.e. MS ‘J’, s.xivin) and Cambridge, Trinity College, O.8.27 (i.e. MS ‘T’, s.xiii2); For a separate and more complete edition of Cambridge, Trinity College, O.8.27, see Rec méd2; For the full text of the cosmetic receipts in Cambridge, Trinity College, O.1.20, see Cosmetic Recs; Medica is a siglum for the whole MS.
(III) Chapter 5: A-N and Latin receipts in BL, Addit. 15236 (c.1300 (MS)) (pp. 217-63); see also Rom 37, pp. 511 and 517, footnotes.
(IV) Chapter 6: Receipts in BL, Sloane 146 (s.xiiiex (MS)) (pp. 264-94).
(V) Chapter 7: Receipts in BL, Sloane 3550 (c.1300) (pp. 297-310).
(VI) Chapter 8: Receipts in Oxford, Bodleian Library, Digby 69 (c.1300) (pp. 311-24).
(VII) Chapter 9: Receipts in Cambridge, Trinity College, 0.1.20 (s.xiii3/4) (pp. 325-30) and an Antidotarium in the same MS (pp. 330-36) (pp. 325-36); Medica is a siglum for the whole MS.

s.xii-xv
DEAF: HuntMed
Details: pp. 1-26 do not constitute real sources.
pp. 27-106 (Chapters 1 and 2) collect from a variety of sources.

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Port Bk foster

Port Book, i.e. water-bailiff’s account, of Southampton (Southampton Corporation, Petty Custom Book, S.C. 5/4, item 3)
Brian Foster, The Local Port Book of Southampton for 1435-36, Southampton Records Series 7, Southampton, 1963.
1435-36
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: Previously Local Port Bk.

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Port Bk studer

Port Book, i.e. water-bailiff’s account, of Southampton
Paul Studer, Port Books of Southampton, or (Anglo-French) Accounts of Robert Florys, Water-Bailiff and Receiver of Petty-Customs, A.D. 1427-1430, Publications of the Southampton Record Society 15, Southampton, 1913.
1427-30
DEAF: PortBooksS
Dean: —
Notes: Previously Port Bks.

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Portrait of Jesus

Physical description of Jesus Christ
MS: BL, Harley 2253, f. 127v.
c.1335 (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: 488
Notes: Transcription provided by Geert De Wilde.
For a M.E. version in Manchester, John Rylands, English 412, see Michael P. Kuczynski, ‘An “Electric Stream”: The Religious Contents’, in Susanna Fein, Studies in the Harley Manuscript: The Scribes, Contents of British Library MS Harley 2253, Kalamazoo, 2000, pp. 123-61 (p. 133).
See also Cursor Mundi, ll. 18817-62. (EETS, o.s. 66 and 68).
Replaced by Harley Complete (XXXV).

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Poème

The Estates of Man, The Vices and Virtues, by ‘Henry’ (Paris, BN, lat. 2769)
Jacques Monfrin, ‘Poème anglo-normand sur le Mariage, les Vices et les Vertus, par Henri’, Mélanges de langue et de littérature du Moyen Age et de la Renaissance, offerts à Jean Frappier, 2 vols, Publications romanes et françaises 112, Genova, 1970, pp. 845-66 (esp. pp. 856-65).
s.xiiiin; xiiiex (MS)
DEAF: MarHenryM
Dean: 623
Notes: Possibly a Continental MS of an A-N text.

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Pr Jean1

Verse version of The Letter of Prester John, by Roanz of Arundel
A. Hilka, ‘Die anglonormannische Versversion des Briefes des Presbyters Johannes’, Zeitschrift für französische Sprache und Literatur 43 (1915), 82-112.
c.1192; c.1275 (MS)
DEAF: PrêtreJeanH
Dean: 339
Notes: Replaced in AND2 by Pr Jean3 (I).

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Pr Jean2

Prose version of The Letter of Prester John (Shrewsbury, Shropshire Records and Research Centre, 12962, roll)
Tony Hunt, ‘Un nouveau manuscrit de la lettre du prêtre Jean’, in Miscellanea Mediaevalia: Mélanges offerts à Philippe Ménard, 2 vols, Paris, 1998, vol. 1, pp. 691-702.
s.xiii1; xiiiex (MS)
DEAF: PrêtreJeanPr1ShH
Dean: 338
Notes: For variant MSS, see Pr Jean3 (II).

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Pr Jean3

Two versions of The Letter of Prester John
Martin Gosman, La Lettre du Prêtre Jean: Édition des versions en ancien français et en ancien occitan. Textes et commentaires, Groningen, 1982.

(I) Verse version of The Letter of Prester John, by Roanz of Arundel; c.1192; parallel edition of Dublin, Christ Church Cath., Black Book (i.e. MS ‘D’; b.1294) and New Haven, Yale University, Beinecke Library 395 (i.e. MS ‘Y’; c.1275) (pp. 121-43); DEAF: PrêtreJeanD/YG; Dean: 339.
(II) Prose version of The Letter of Prester John (pp. 144-289 (=MSS ‘B’, ‘F’ and ‘P’) and pp. 290-435 (=MSS ‘D’ and ‘K’)); s.xiii1 (pp. 144-435); DEAF: PrêtreJeanPr1E/I...G; Dean: 338; parallel edition of BL, Cotton Cleopatra B.II (i.e. MS ‘B’; c.1300); Cambridge, Trinity College, R.3.32 (i.e. MS ‘D’, s.xvex); Oxford, Bodleian Library, Digby 86 (i.e. MS ‘F’, 1272-82); Oxford, Bodleian Library, Bodley 652 (i.e. MS ‘K’, s.xiiiex); and BL, Royal 20 A.XI (i.e. MS ‘P’, s.xiv2/4); for a variant MS, see Pr Jean2; for excerpts from MS 'F', see Digby (III).

xiiex-xiii1
Notes: The edition also provides the text of (II) in twelve Continental MS versions (not used in AND).
(II) is probably of Continental origin.

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Practica Geometriae

A-N Practica Geometriae
Tony Hunt, ‘An Anglo-Norman Practica Geometriae: Edition and Commentary’, The Mediaeval Journal 1 (2011), 37-52.
s.xiv1; xiv2 (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: 328
Notes: For excerpts, see also Rom 32 (O.5.32) (II)

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Prerog Regis

Robert Constable’s reading on Prerogativa Regis, given at Lincoln’s Inn
Samuel E. Thorne, Prerogativa Regis: Tertia Lectura Roberti Constable de Lyncolnis Inne Anno 11 H. 7, London, 1949.
1495
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Principality

Six A-N documents from The National Archives
Guilhem Pépin, ‘Towards a New Assessment of the Black Prince’s Principality’, Nottingham Medieval Studies 50 (2006), 59-114.
1369-1404
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Priv Lett Ed I

Six A-N letters, mainly from The National Archives
Pierre Chaplais, ‘Some Private Letters of Edward I’, English Historical Review 77 (1962), 79-86.
1302-06
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Private Indentures

Selected A-N indentures
IN: Michael Jones and Simon Walker, Private Indentures for Life Service in Peace and War, 1278-1476, Camden Miscellany 32, 5th Series 3 (1994), pp. 1-190.
1292-1432 (A-N documents)
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: Contains Latin and A-N material.

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Privateers

A-N documents from The National Archives
S. P. Pistono, ‘Henry IV and the English Privateers’, English Historical Review 90 (1975), 322-30.
s.xvin
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Privy Council

A-N documents relating to the Privy Council
Harris Nicolas, Proceedings and Ordinances of the Privy Council of England, 7 vols, London, 1834-37.
vol. 1: 1386-1410; vol. 2: 1410-22; vol. 3: 1422-29; vol. 4: 1429-36; vol. 5: 1436-43; vol. 6: 1443-
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: Vol. 7 is post-medieval.

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Prière Dorset

Four-line prayer to Christ
IN: Tony Hunt, ‘Deliciae Clericorum: Intellectual and Scientific Pursuits in Two Dorset Monasteries’, Tony Hunt, Medium Ævum 56 (1987), 159-82 (p. 163).
s.xiii3/4 (MSS)
DEAF: —
Dean: 735
Details: Based on Cambridge, Trinity College, O.2.45 (i.e. MS ‘T’) and BL, Cotton Cleopatra B.IX (i.e. MS ‘C’).
Notes: For an earlier edition of MS ‘T’, see Rom 32 (O.2.45) (Ib).

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Prière DTC

Versified prayer to Christ (Dublin, Trinity College, 603)
Mario Esposito, ‘Prière anglo-normande en quatrains’, Romania 42 (1913), 262-64.
s.xiii2 (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: 894
Notes: Previously Prière.

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Prof Lawyer

Excerpts from A-N documents
Robert C. Palmer, ‘County Year Book Reports: The Professional Lawyer in the Medieval County Court’, English Historical Review 91 (1976), 776-98.
1301-08
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: Contains brief excerpts from a variety of documents in A-N and Latin.

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Prohibition

A-N document from BL, Addit. 38821
C. B. Flahiff, ‘The Writ of Prohibition to the Court Christian in the Thirteenth Century II’, Medieval Studies 7 (1945), 229-90 (p. 290).
c.1285 (A-N document)
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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PROME


CD-Rom: C. Given-Wilson, Paul Brand et al., The Parliament Roll of Medieval England, 1275-1504, Leicester, 2005
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: See Rot Parl1.

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Pronostics

Excerpts from Anglo-Norman prediction texts
Tony Hunt, ‘Les Pronostics en anglo-normand: Méthodes et documents’, in Richard Trachsler, Julien Abed and David Expert, ‘Moult obscures paroles’: Études sur la prophétie médiévale, Paris, 2007, 29-50.

(I) Les Tables de la lune, BL, Addit. 15236 (pp. 32-33); Dean: 362; see Future (VIII).
(II) Lunary, Oxford, Bodleian Library, Ashmole 342 (p. 35); see Future (XVI).
(III) Songerie, Oxford, Bodleian Library, Digby 86 (p. 37); see Future (I).
(IV) Oxford, Bodleian Library, Rawlinson C.939 (p. 37); see Future (XXII).
(V) Oxford, Bodleian Library, Rawlinson C.814 (p. 37); see Future (XXI).
(VI) Lunarie de Salemon, Cambridge, Trinity College, O.5.32 (pp. 38-39); Dean: 366; see Future (VII); For excerpts, see also Rom 32 (O.5.32) (III).
(VII) Songerie, Oxford, Bodleian Library, Digby 86 (p. 39); Dean: 367; see Future (I).
(VIII) Predictions according to Christmas, Oxford, Bodleian Library, Digby 86 (p. 40); Dean: 370; see Future (XV).
(IX) Lunarie de Salemon, Oxford, Bodleian Library, Rawlinson Poetry 241 (pp. 40-41); Dean: 366; see Future (VI).
(X) Songerie, New Haven, Yale University, Beinecke Library 395 (pp. 41-42); Dean: 367; see Future (III).
(XI) Zodiac Predictions, Cambridge, Corpus Christi College 37 (p. 42); Dean: 376; see Future (X).
(XII) Interpretation of Dreams, Oxford, Bodleian Library, Digby 86 (pp. 44-45); Dean: 385; see Future (XXVII).
(XIII) Livre de Bonne Avent, BL, Royal 12 C.XII (p. 46); Dean: 224; see Bonne Avent Quest.
(XIV) Chiromancie, BL, Addit. 18210 (p. 47); Dean: 380; for a different manuscript, see Chirom.
(XV) Geomancy, Cambridge, Trinity College, O.2.5 (p. 48); see Future (XXXI).

s.xiii3/4-xivm (MSS)
DEAF: —
Notes: Provides excerpts only.

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Proth

Protheselaus, by Hue de Rotelande
Franz Kluckow, Hue de Rotelande: Protheselaus. Ein altfranzösischer Abentuerroman, zum Erstenmal mit Einleitung, Anmerkungen, Namenverzeichnis, Glossar und Index, Gesellschaft für romanische Literatur 45, Dresden, 1924.
c.1185
DEAF: ProtK
Dean: 163
Notes: Replaced in AND2 with Proth ants.

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Proth ANTS

Protheselaus, by Hue de Rotelande
Anthony J. Holden, Protheselaus, by Hue de Rotelande, 3 vols, ANTS 47-49, London, 1991 and 1993.
c.1185
DEAF: ProtH
Dean: 163
Details: Based on Paris, BN, franç. 2169 (ll. 1-11522) (i.e. MS ‘A’, s.xiii1/3) and BL, Egerton 2515 (ll. 11523-12740) (i.e. MS ‘B’, s.xivin), with variants from these two MSS as well as Oxford, Bodleian Library, Rawl. D.913 (i.e. MS ‘C’, s.xiii2).
Notes: Written as a continuation of Ipom bfr.

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Prov Digby

Les Proverbes del Vilain (Oxford, Bodleian Library, Digby 86)
IN: Adolf Tobler, Li Proverbe au Vilain: Die Sprichwörter des gemeinen Mannes, Leipzig, 1895.
1272-82 (MS)
DEAF: ProvVilT
Dean: 259
Notes: Used only for MS ‘D’; other MSS are Continental.
To be checked against the original MS (as the spelling is normalized).

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Prov Egerton

Miscellaneous proverbs added in the margin of BL, Egerton 613, f. 1ra
Betty Hill, ‘British Library MS. Egerton 613 – I’, Notes and Queries 223 (1978), 394-409 (pp. 405-06).
s.xiv1 (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: 280 (4)
Notes: Also contains Latin and M-E.

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Prov inéd

A-N proverbs
Joseph Morawski, ‘Proverbes français inédits tirés de trois recueils anglo-normands’, Zeitschrift für romanische Philologie 56 (1936), 419-39.

(I) Alphabetical Proverbs; s.xiv1/3 (MS) (pp. 422-34); Dean: 272; For excerpts, see also Rom 13 (XLIV).
(II) Excerpts from Proverbes de France; s.xiv1 (MS) (pp. 434-35); DEAF: ProvFraunceM; Dean: 267.
(III) Proverbs of Serlo of Wilton (BL, Harley 3775); s.xivm (MS) (p. 435); Dean: 260.

DEAF: —
Notes: (III) is variant MS ‘H’ of Prov Serl.

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Prov Serl1

Proverbs collected by Serlo of Wilton, acompanied by Latin verse translations and sometimes M.E. equivalents
Albert C. Friend, ‘The Proverbs of Serlo of Wilton’, Mediaeval Studies 16 (1954), 179-218.
c.1165; s.xii4/4 (base MS)
DEAF: ProvSerloF
Dean: 260
Details: Proverbs 1-61 based on Oxford, Bodleian Library, Digby 53 with selected variants from all extant MSS. Friend also provides additional Proverbs attested in other MSS only.
Notes: See also Prov inéd (III).

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Prov Serl2

Proverbs collected by Serlo of Wilton, acompanied by Latin verse translations and sometimes M.E. equivalents (Oxford, Bodleian Library, Rawlinson C.641)
IN: Edmund Stengel, ‘Die beiden Sammlungen altfranzösischer Sprichwörter in der Oxforder Hs. Rawlinson C.641’, Zeitschrift für französische Sprache und Literatur 21
c.1165; s.xii4/4 (MS)
DEAF: ProvRawlC1/2S
Dean: 260

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Prov vil

Li Proverbe que dit li vilains (Oxford, Bodleian Library, Rawlinson C.641)
IN: Edmund Stengel, ‘Die beiden Sammlungen altfranzösischer Sprichwörter in der Oxforder Hs. Rawlinson C.641’, Zeitschrift für französische Sprache und Literatur 21 (1899), 1-21 (pp. 7-13, nos 115-363).
s.xii4/4 (MS)
DEAF: ProvRawlC1/2S
Dean: 261

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Provincial Gentlefolk

A-N indenture (Manchester, John Rylands University Library, Legh of Lyme Muniments, Box M, 6/16)
Michael J. Bennett, ‘Provincial Gentlefolk and Legal Education in the Reign of Edward II’, Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research 57 (1984), 203-08 (pp. 207-08).
1324
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Psalter Comment

Commentary to the Psalter, made for Laurette d’Alsace
Stewart Gregory, The Twelfth-Century Psalter Commentary in French for Laurette d’Alsace (An Edition of Psalms I-L), 2 vols, London, 1990.
s.xii2; c.1200 (base MS)
DEAF: CommPsIA1/2G2
Dean: 451; 452
Details: Based on New York, Pierpont Morgan Library, M338 (i.e. MS ‘M’, c.1200), with variants from Durham, Cathedral Library, A.II.11, 12 and 13 (i.e. MS ‘D’, s.xiii1); Hereford, Cathedral Library, O.3.XV (i.e. MS ‘H’, s.xiiex); BL, royal 19 C.V (i.e. MS ‘R’, s.xiiiin); Oxford, Bodleian Library, Laud. misc. 91 (i.e. MS ‘L’, s.xii4/4); Oxford, Merton College, 249 (i.e. MS ‘O’, s.xiii1); and Paris, BN, franç. 13315-13316 (i.e. MS ‘P’, s.xiii).
Notes: Walloon composition surviving mainly in Anglo-Norman MSS. See also Rom 32 (O.2.14) (V).

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Pudsay Deeds

Two A-N documents
IN: Ralph Pudsay Littledale, The Pudsay Deeds: The Pudsays of Bolton and Barforth and their Predecessors in Those Manors, The Yorkshire Archaeological Society Record Series 56, Leeds, 1916. pp. 344 and 347.
1353 (p. 344) and 1375 (p. 347)
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Purg S Pat first anon

The first anynymous version of The Purgatory of St. Patrick, translated from Henry Saltrey’s Latin original
Cornelius M. van der Zanden, Étude sur le Purgatoire de saint Patrice, accompagnée du texte latin d’Utrecht et du texte anglo-normand de Cambridge, Amsterdam and Paris, 1927.
s.xiii1 (text and MSS)
DEAF: PurgSPatrCamZ
Dean: 549
Details: Based on Cambridge, Univ. Libr. Ee.6.11, with variants from BL, Lansdowne 383 (i.e. MS ‘L’).
Notes: Previously Purg S Pat3.

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Purg S Pat berol

Berol's The Purgatory of St. Patrick, translated from Henry Saltrey’s Latin original
Marianne Mörner, Le Purgatoire de saint Patrice par Berol, Lund, 1917.
s.xiii2/4
DEAF: PurgSPatrBerM
Dean: 548
Details: Parallel edition of Tours, Bibl. Munic., 948 (i.e. MS ‘T’, s.xiv1) and New Haven, Yale University Libr., 395 (olim Cheltenham Phillipps 4156) (i.e. MS ‘Ch’, c.1275).
Notes: Previously Purg S Pat2.

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Purg S Pat MARIE

Marie de France’s The Purgatory of St. Patrick, translated from Henry Saltrey’s Latin original (Paris, BN franç. 25407)
Yolande de Pontfarcy, L’Espurgatorie Seint Patriz, Louvain and Paris, 1995.
c.1195; s.xiii4/4 (MS)
DEAF: MarieEspP
Dean: 547

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Purg S Pat second anon

The second anynymous version of The Purgatory of St. Patrick, translated from Henry Saltrey’s Latin original
Johan Vising, Le Purgatoire de saint Patrice des manuscrits harléien 273 et fonds français 2198, Göteborg, 1916.
c.1215; 1330-40 (base MS)
DEAF: PurgSPatrHarlV
Dean: 550
Details: Based on BL Harley 273 (i.e. MS ‘H’), with original MS readings as well as variants of Paris, BN, franç 2198 (i.e. MS ‘P’, s.xvin).
Notes: Previously Purg S Pat1.

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Purg S Pat third anon

The third anonymous version of The Purgatory of St. Patrick, translated from Henry Saltrey’s Latin original
MS: BL, Cotton Domitian A.IV, ff. 257ra-267rb.
s.xiiiex (MS)
DEAF: PurgSPatrCott
Dean: 551
Notes: Short extracts printed as ‘frz.2’ in Eugen Kölbing, ‘Zwei mittelenglische Bearbeitungen der Sage von St. Patrik’s Purgatorium’, Englische Studien 1 (1877), 57-121.

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