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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
Oxford, Bodleian Library Hatton 56 (SC 4062)
Number 3220-1
1.   ff. 37b-38v   Lord say me for the maiden love that thou thy mother calls
‘þe vision of sire William Banestre, knyght’ — 118 lines
Number 4242-1
2.   ff. 9v-10v   Of wonders that shall fall after our day
A prophecy — ninety-two irregular rhyming lines
Number 5568
3.   f. 34v   There is a book men calls Merlins Bulbrane
Metrical prophecies, English and Latin, on English history — 16 monorhyming lines followed by four monorhyming lines
Number 5409-2
4.   f. 34v   The moon is murk the lion is bone
An English prophecy — eight couplets
Number 620-2
5.   ff. 39-40v   As I me went this ender day / Fast in my way
Thomas of Erceldoune’s Prophecy, in three ‘Fyttes’ — in quatrains or five-line stanzas, or others irregular
Number 6651-1
6.   ff. 41v-42   Whoso will the chronicles gradely look
‘Bede’s Prophecy’ — 58 lines
Number 5409-1
7.   f. 42v   The moon is murk the lion is bone
An English prophecy — eight couplets
Number 1793-2
8.   ff. 43-45   Harkeneth speeches of many kind things
Prophecia de Merlyn’: The prophecy of the six kings to follow King John — 278 lines in short couplets
Number 5810-1
9.   ff. 45-46v   Thomas rides from Rome the man that right kens
Miracles and Prophecies of St. Thomas of Canterbury — in nonrhyming alliterative verse