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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
Winchester, Winchester College 33
Number 6345-10
1.   ff. 1-12   When it cometh in my thought the mickle sorrow and sin
South English Legendary
Number 4373-13
2.   f. 12   Pilate was lither man & come of lither more
South English Legendary
Number 2978-12
3.   f. 15v   Judas was a lither bird that Jesu sold to rood
Life of Judas, in the South English Legendary
Number 4740-18
4.   f. 17v   Saint Oswald the bishop was I-bore in England
Life of St. Oswald the Bishop in the South English Legendary — couplets
Number 4590-18
5.   f. 20v   Saint Edward the young martyr was king of England
Life of St. Edward the Elder in the South English Legendary — couplets
Number 4579-20
6.   f. 24   Saint Cuthbert was I-bore here in England
Life of St. Cuthbert in the South English Legendary — couplets
Number 4702-22
7.   f. 25   Saint Mary Egyptian in Egypt was I-bore
Life of St. Mary of Egypt in the South English Legendary — couplets
Number 4609-20
8.   f. 30   Saint Gregory the confessor in Sicily was I-bore
Life of St. Gregory in the South English Legendary — couplets
Number 4752-20
9.   f. 31v   Saint Philip and Saint Jacob apostles weren tway
Lives of SS. Philip and James in the South English Legendary — couplets
Number 1301-19
10.   f. 33   Feasts moveable there beth cleped five in the year
South English Legendary
Number 3048-21
11.   f. 33   Lent came there afterward that six week I-lasteth
South English Legendary
Number 5334-15
12.   f. 35v   The holy feast of Easter cometh after Lent anon
South English Legendary
Number 3127-19
13.   f. 36v   Litany is a song as ye may oft I-see
Letania maior et minor’, in the South English Legendary — 56 lines
Number 4749-17
14.   f. 37   Saint Peter was with our Lord of all Apostles highest
Life of St. Peter in the South English Legendary — couplets
Number 4745-17
15.   f. 38   Saint Paul was a lither man ere he I-converted were
Life of St. Paul in the South English Legendary — couplets
Number 4728-19
16.   f. 39   Saint Matthias Apostle is as ye shullen all I-wite
Life of St. Matthias in the South English Legendary — couplets
Number 5337-2
17.   ff. 39v   The Holy Rood I-found was as I you now may tell
Sancta Crux, a composite text combining separate pieces in the South English Legendary as follows: lines 5-126 = ‘Invention of the Cross’, lines 21-142; lines 135-334 = ‘Early History’, lines 3-204; lines 335-354 = ‘Invention’, lines 1-20; lines 357-390 = ‘St. Quiriac’, lines 1-24; lines 391-518 = ‘Exaltation’, lines 1-128; lines 519-614 = ‘Miracles’ of the Cross.
Number 4754-17
18.   f. 44v   Saint Quiriac that bishop was preached Gods law
Life of St. Quiriac in the South English Legendary — couplets
Number 5338-18
19.   f. 45   The holy Rood that was I-found as thee wit in May
The ‘Exaltation’ of the Cross in the South English Legendary
Number 6852-19
20.   f. 49   Yearsday the holy feast high day is and good
Feast of the Circumcision in the South English Legendary
Number 6086-18
21.   f. 49v   Twelfth day the high feast noble is to hold
Epiphany in the South English Legendary
Number 4593-14
22.   f. 49v   Saint Fabian by old daw goodman was inow
Lives of SS. Fabian and Sebastian (longer version, 114 lines) in the South English Legendary — 24 lines (Fabian) and 90 lines (Sabastian), as in 4594
Number 4532-19
23.   f. 51v   Saint Agnes that holy maid well young she began
Life of St. Agnes in the South English Legendary — couplets
Number 238-3
24.   f. 53v   After that this lither folk this maid thus I-slowe
A miracle of St. Agnes added to her Life in some MSS of the South English Legendary — in couplets
Number 5285-1
25.   ff. 54v-64v   The foremost Father that formed you all
Dialogue between Lucidus and Dubius — 612 lines in varying rhyming patterns
Number 5401-1
26.   ff. 65-73v   The mighty Maker that made all thing
Discussion between Occupation, Idleness, Doctrine and Cleanness — 877 lijnes in various stanzaic patterns