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Handlyng synne, [circa 1425-1450].

Handlyng synne, [circa 1425-1450].

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Creator: Mannyng, Robert, fl. 1288-1338
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Date: [circa 1425-1450]
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Description:
The text of the poem is incomplete, beginning at line 2501 and ending at line 12363, with gaps. It includes an "interpolation" of 126 lines between lines 6546 and 6547 which consists of lines 5377-5414 of the Anglo-Norman poem on which Mannyng's translation is based, "Le Manuel des Pechiez (Peches)."
Contains name "Roger? Willims" on f. 56r.
Binding: original oak boards, with leather or vellum spine missing. The middles of the quires are bound with fragments of a Latin theological manuscript of the fourteenth century.
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Manuscript, on paper, in three hands (Anglicana and early secretary), produced in northern England, probably Durham, during the second quarter of the fifteenth century.
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1 v. (145 ff.) ; 21 cm. x 46 cm.
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Object ID: 10190064
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