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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
London, Lambeth Palace Library 491
Number 2651-7
1.   ff. 206-227v   In Tiberius time the true emperor
The alliterative Sege of Ierusalem — 1334 lines
Number 2628-3
2.   ff. 275-286v   In the time of Arthur an aunter betide
The Awntyrs off Arthure at the Terne Wathelyne
Number 6507-2
3.   Part I, ff. 287-290v   Wheresoever ye fare by frith or by fell
Dame Juliana Berner’s Book of Hunting
Number 1407-1
4.   Part II, f. 295   For thyself man thou may see
‘How iudicare come in crede’ — in 8-line stanzas with this refrain
Number 2987-5
5.   ff. 295ra-295va   Keep thy sight fro vanity
‘The Five Bodyly Wyttys’ — six couplets
Number 4744-4
6.   f. 295va   Saint Paul the apostle thus says he
The Seven Works of Mercy Bodily — ten couplets
Number 5120-5
7.   Part II, f. 295vb   Teach each man with charity
The Seven Works of Spiritual Mercy — eight couplets
Number 5398-72
8.   Part II, ff. 296-323   The might of the Father Almighty
The Pricke of Conscience, sometimes attributed to Richard [Rolle of] Hampole