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Arthur

A Short Sketch of His Life and History in English Verse of the First Half of the Fifteenth Century

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Published: 1864
Language: Middle English
Wordcount: 7,597 / 34 pg
LoC Category: PN
Downloads: 4,699
Added to site: 2005.10.14
mnybks.net#: 94
Genre: Poetry
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er goom
gentles great, Gret of astaat, & [th]e beste,

                   [Th]es were at [th]e Feste.                       168
                   Other also gentyls grete
                   Were [th]ere at [th]at Meete,
                   Sauer appon Donand,
                   Regeym & Alard,                                   172
                   Reyne[gh] fit[gh] Colys,
                   Tadeus fit[gh] Reis,
                   Delyn fit[gh] Dauid,
                   Kymbelyn le fit[gh] Gryffith,                     176
                   Gryffit[gh] [th]e Sone of Nagand,
                   [Th]es were [th]er_e_ also theoband:

besides the Alle [th]es were [th]ere wy_t_houte fable, Round Tablers, Wy_t_houte ham of [th]e rou_n_de table. 180 Archbishops, Thre archebusschopes [th]er_ wer_e also, Bishops, And other busschopes many mo--

                   All_e_ [th]is mayne were nat al-oone;
      

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