The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
DIMEV 1924
IMEV 1177
NIMEV 1177
Heaven bliss that all shall win
Romance of Sir Tryamour, a fragment, parts of 10 folios — written in 12-line stanzas, aabccbddbeeb
Title(s): Syr Tryamowre
Subjects: romances
Versification: — twelve-line — aabccbddbeeb

Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: Oxford, Bodleian Library Eng. poet. d.208, ff. 28-28v; 32-32v; 34-34v; 36-36v; 38a-38cv; 40-40v; 42-42v; 44-44v
First Lines:
…Þe kyng lowede welle hys quene
ffor scho was semly on to sene…
Last Lines:
…Þus schul ȝe to hym say
I wold hym see Be my fay…
Note: Corresponds to lines 25-1119, passim, of Cambridge UK, Cambridge University Library Ff.2.38.
Gibson, S., ed. “Colonel William E. Moss.” Bodleian Library Record 5:3 (1955): 156-66: 164.
2.Source: Cambridge UK, Cambridge University Library Ff.2.38, ff. 79va-90rb
First Lines:
Heven blys þat all schall wynne
Schylde vs fro dedly synne…
Last Lines:
…That euyr schall laste with owt mys
Amen Amen for charytee
Note: 1719 lines.
Attributed Title: Here…begynneth syr Tryamowre (f. 79rb)
McSparran, Frances, and Pamela R. Robinson. “Introduction.” Cambridge University Library MS Ff.2.38. London: Scolar Press, 1979.
Halliwell-Phillipps, James Orchard. The Romance of Syr Tryamoure. Percy Society 16. London: Richards, 1846.
Schmidt, Anna Johanna Erdman, ed. Syr Tryampwre. Utrecht: Kemink, 1937.
Fellows, Jennifer. Of Love and Chivalry: An Anthology of Middle English Romance. London: Dent; Rutland, Vt.: Charles E. Tuttle, 1993: 147-98.
Hudson, Harriet, ed. Four Middle English Romances: Sir Isumbras, Octavian, Sir Eglamour of Artois, Sir Tryamour. Kalamazoo, MI: Western Michigan University for TEAMS, 1996. 2nd ed. 2006.
3.Source: London, British Library Addit. 27879, p. 210
Note: 1593 lines.
Hales, John Wesley, and Frederick James Furnivall, eds. Bishop Percy’s Folio Manuscript: Ballads and Romances. 3 vols. London: Trübner, 1867-68: 2.80-135.
4.Source: Untraced, Present whereabouts unknown olim Oxford Bodleian Library Rawlinson fragment of Sir Tryamour , single leaf fragment
First Lines:
…And when they had saide alle that in stoure
The maide woulde none but Triamoure
Than the grete lordes there present
Home to Arragone thay wente
They were so stoute in stowre…
Last Lines:
…The Emperoure sayd withoute fayle
Sette a day of bataile
By the assente…
Note: No longer extant: see , 237 (where it is suggested the MS was stolen by Halliwell); 75 lines.
Halliwell-Phillipps, James Orchard. The Romance of Syr Tryamoure. Percy Society 16. London: Richards, 1846: 61.
Bauszus, H., ed. Die mittelenglische Romanze Sir Triamour. Königsberg, 1902: (critical ed.).

Print Witnesses:
1.Source: STC 24303. Syr Tryamoure, Copland, [1561?]
Note: 1592 lines; now British Library C21060, Garrick Collection.
Utterson, Edward Vernon. Select Pieces of Early English Popular Poetry. London: Davison, 1817: 1.