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United States of America / San Marino / Huntington Library

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  1. (f. 1r-5v) John Trevisa, Dialogus inter militem et clericum
    Incipit:Clericus y wonder sir noble knyȝt þat in fewe daies tymes beþ chaungid riȝt is yburied lawes biþ ouertorned…
    Explicit:… Also in þe tyme of gospel hit is writen þe holy day is made for man and nouȝt man for þe holy day.
    Explicit dialogus inter clericum et militem.
  2. (f. 5r-20v) John Trevisa, Defensio curatorum
    Incipit:Demeþ nought by þe face but riȝtful dome ye deme. John 8o co. Holy fadir in þe bigynnyng of my sermoun I make a protestacioun…
    Explicit:… þerfore I conclude & pray mekelich & deuoutlich as I prayed in þe first þat I touchid: demeþ nouȝt bi þe face et cetera.
    Explicit.
  3. (f. 21r-23v) John Trevisa (?), Beginning of the world and the end of worlds
    Incipit:In þe name of Crist here bigynneþ þe boke of methodii þe bisshop of þe chirche of paterenis and martir of martir of [sic] Crist…
    Explicit:… And wicked men wiþout ende shul suffre peyne. Wherefore þe Lord vouche he saaf to delyuer vs. qui cum patre et cetera.
    Explicit liber Metodii episcopi.
  4. (f. 41r-42r) John Trevisa, Dialogue between a lord and a clerk upon translation
    Incipit:Siþþe þat babel was ybuld men spekiþ diuerse tonges…
    Explicit:… þan alle þat ben ywrite in þe boke of lyf shal wynde wiþ him into þe blisse of heuen and be þere in body and soule and se & knowe his godhed and manhed in Ioy wiþout eny ende.
    Explicit dialogus.
  5. (f. 42r-v) John Trevisa, Epistle to Sir Thomas of Barkley
    Incipit:Welþe and worshipe to my worthy and worshipful lord sir Thomas lord of Berkley. I Iohan Treuysa youre prest and youre bedman…
    Explicit:… to se god on his blisful face in ioy wipout eny ende. Amen.
    Explicit epistola.
  6. (f. 43r-319v) John Trevisa, Polychronicon
    Incipit:Iulius Cesar by Counsaile of þe senatours and elder men of Rome loked and serched stories…
    Explicit:… þis translacion is endide in a þursday þe xviii day of Aueril þe yere of oure lorde a þousande þre hundred foure score and seuen þe tenþe yere of king Richard þe second aftir þe conqueste of englande þe yere of my lordis age sir Thomas lorde of Berkeley þat made me make þis translacion fiue and þritty. Explicit.
  7. (f. 320r-325r) Poème latin sur les rois d'Angleterre d'Alfred à Henri VI
    Incipit:Hic metrice tractatur de regulis ab Alvredo primo fundatore universitatis Oxoniensis circiter annum Domini D CCC LXIII usque ad Henricum sextum.
    Alvredus rex Anglorum primusque monarcha
    belliger invictus in scripturis bene doctus…
    Explicit:… Hoc tunc in fine verborum queso meorum
    prospera quod statuat regna futura deus. Amen.
  8. (f. 326r-337v) Turpines story
    Incipit:How seint Iame apered to king Charles, Capitulum 1.
    After oure lord ihesu criste had sufferid deþe and paid þe Rawnsome for synfulle man…
    Explicit:… þen Roulonde lete him goo, and he callid to god to helpe him. And anone [la fin manque]

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Rédaction: Laurent Brun
Dernière mise à jour: 11 avril 2019