Bibliography of Anglo-Norman Primary Sources

An annotated bibliography, organized alphabetically per AND siglum/abbreviation, of all known Anglo-Norman primary sources available to the AND. Press on a letter to view the sources beginning with the letter.

References are given to Ruth J. Dean and Maureen B.M Boulton, Anglo-Norman Literature: A Guide to Texts and Manuscripts, ANTS Occasional Publications Series 3, London, 1999, and links to the DEAF open on the Complément bibliographique of the Dictionnaire Étymologique de l'Ancien Français website.

GAIMAR1

L’estoire des Engleis, by Geffrei Gaimar
Alexander Bell, ‘L’Estoire des Engleis’ by Geffrei Gaimar, ANTS 14-16, Oxford, 1960.
c.1136-37; s.xiiex (base MS)
DEAF: GaimarB
Dean: 1
Details: Based on Durham, Cathedral Library, C.IV.27 (i.e. MS ‘D’), with selected variants from BL Royal 13 A.XXI (i.e. MS ‘R’, s.xiv1); Lincoln Cathedral 104 (A.4.12) (i.e. MS ‘L’, s.xiii2); and London, College of Arms, Arundel XIV (i.e. MS ‘H’, s.xiv1/4).
Notes: For excerpts, see Vernac Lit (X).
For a separate edition of MS ‘R’, see gaimar2.

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GAIMAR2

L’estoire des Engleis, by Geffrei Gaimar (BL Royal 13 A.XXI.)
Ian Short, Geffrei Gaimar: Estoire des Engleis, History of the English, Oxford, 2009.
c.1136-37; s.xiv1 (MS)
DEAF: GaimarS
Dean: 1
Notes: Variant MS ‘R’ in gaimar1
Provides a modern English translation.

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Garter Docs

Two A-N documents with reference to the Order of the Garter
Nicholas Harris Nicholas, ‘Observations on the Institution of the Most Noble Order of the Garter’, Archaeologia 31 (1845), 104-63 (pp. 152 and 154).
1344 and 1346
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Garter Stats1

Statutes of the Order of the Garter
Lisa Jefferson, ‘MS Arundel 48 and the Earliest Statutes of the Order of the Garter’ English Historical Review 109 (1994), 356-85 (pp. 376-85).
1415-22
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Garter Stats2

Excerpt from the A-N statutes of the Order of the Garter (Cotton Nero D.ii)
W. H. St. John Hope, ‘On the Early Stall-Plates of the Knights of the Garter’, Archaeologia 51 (1888), 399-418 (p. 403).
1421
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Gasc Reg A

Letters of Edward II to Philip IV and diplomatic documents concerning Thomas Cobham and William Inge (envoys to France) (BL, Cotton Julius E.I)
IN: George P. Cuttino, Gascon Register A (1318-19), 3 vols, Oxford, 1975?77, pp. 355-65 and 650.
1299-1311
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: Seven A-N documents in a collection of mainly Latin material.

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GAUNT1

The Register of John of Gaunt (from The National Archives)
Sydney Armitage-Smith, John of Gaunt’s Register (1371-75), 2 vols, Camden Society, 3rd series 20 and 21, 1911.
1371-76
DEAF: RegGaunt1A
Dean: —
Notes: Predominantly A-N material.

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GAUNT2

The Register of John of Gaunt (from The National Archives)
Eleanor C. Lodge and Robert Somerville, John of Gaunt’s Register (1379-83), 2 vols, Camden Society, 3rd series 56 and 57, 1937.
1379-83
DEAF: RegGaunt2L
Dean: —
Notes: Predominantly A-N material.

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Gawain maxims

Series of A-N maxims, traditionally engraved on Gawain’s sword (BL, Royal 8 E.XVII)
Paul Meyer, ‘Mélanges de quelques manuscrits français conservés dans les bibliothèques des États-Unis: L’Inscription en vers de l’épée de Gauvain’, Romania 34 (1905), 98-100.
c.1300 (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: 269

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Gdf


F. Godefroy, Dictionnaire de l’ancienne langue française, Paris, 1880-1902.

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Geanz Prose1

Short prose version of Des Grantz Geanz, a.k.a. The Legend of Albina and the Giants of Albion
MSS:  
BL, Add. 18462a (i.e. MS ‘A’, c.1400)
BL, Cotton Cleopatra D.III (i.e. MS ‘B’, s.xivex)
BL, Royal 20 A.III (i.e. MS ‘D’, s.xivm)
Oxford, Bodleian Libr., Ashmole 1804 (i.e. MS ‘E’, c.1400)
Cambridge, University Library Ii.6.8 (i.e. MS ‘F’, c.1400)
DEAF: —
Dean: 41
Notes: Previously Geanz2.
This text appears as a prologue to the Long Version of the Brut chronicle.
For an edition of MSS ‘B’ and ‘E’, see Geanz Prose2.

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Geanz Prose2

Short prose version of Des Grantz Geanz, a.k.a. The Legend of Albina and the Giants of Albion
Julia Marvin, ‘Albine and Isabelle: Regicidal Queens and the Historical Imagination of the Anglo-Norman Prose Brut Chronicles, with an Edition and Translation of the Anglo-Norman Prose Brut’, in Keith Busby, Arthurian Literature XVIII, Woodbridge, 2001, pp. 143-91 (pp. 184-91).
c.1400 (base MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: 41
Details: Based on Oxford, Bodleian Libr., Ashmole 1804 (i.e. MS ‘M’), collated with BL, Cotton Cleopatra D.III (i.e. MS ‘C’, s.xivex).
Notes: This text appears as a prologue to the Long Version of the Brut chronicle.

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Geanz Royal

Short verse version of Des Grantz Geanz, a.k.a. The Legend of Albina and the Giants of Albion
Diana B. Tyson, ‘Des grantz geantz: A New Text Fragment’, Nottingham Medieval Studies 50 (2006), 115-28 (pp. 122-23).
s.xivex (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: 40

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Geanz Verse

Octosyllabic version of Des Grantz Geanz, a.k.a. Legend of Albina and the Giants of Albion
Georgine E. Brereton, Des Grantz Geanz: An Anglo-Norman Poem, Medium Ævum Monographs 2, Oxford, 1937.
s.xiii2 ; 1333-34 (MS) (even pages); and c.1333 (base MS) (odd pages)
DEAF: GrantzGeanzAB; GrantzGeanzLB
Dean: 37
Details: Parallel edition of the ‘long version’ in BL Cotton Cleopatra D.IX, MS ‘A’ (even pages) and the ‘abridged version’ in Oxford, Bodleian Library, Rawlinson D.329, MS ‘L’ (odd pages).
The abridged version is presented with corrections and variants from 15 other MSS, including Trinity College, Dublin E.2, MS ‘K’ (c.1333), Lambeth Palace, 504 ff.1-4v, MS ‘H’ (c.1333); British Museum, Add. 18462 (b) ff.103-106v, MS ‘E’ (s.xv); BL Harley 6359 ff.1-4, MS ‘C’ (s.xv); Bodlean Lib., Douce 128 ff.60a-63d, MS ‘M’ (s.xv); Trinity College, Cambridge R.5 32 ff.1-2v, MS ‘R’ (s.xv).
Notes: Previously Geanz2
In most MSS this abridged version appears as a prologue to the Brut chronicle.

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Gen Eyres


Helen M. Cam, ‘The General Eyres of 1329-30’, English Historical Review 39 (1924), 241-52.

(I) Geoffrey le Scrope’s speech at Northampton (pp. 249-50).
(II) William Herle’s speech at Nottingham (p. 251).
(III) The New Articles of the Eyres of 1329-30 (p. 252).

1329-30
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: Also provides a Latin text of (III).

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Genealogy France

Fragment of a Genealogy of French Kings (BL, Cotton Appendix LVI)
Ian Short, ‘Un généalogie hybride des rois de France’, Romania 123 (2005), 360-83 (esp. pp. 366-67).
1148-64 (?)
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Genealogy Illust

Anglo-Norman genealogy, with illuminated portraits, of kings of England from Edward the Confessor to Eward I
Andrew N. J. Dunning, ‘Les Roys de Engeltere: An Illustrated Genealogy for King Edward I’, Medium Aevum 87 (2018), 72-80.
c.1300; s.xiv1 (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: 31

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Genesi BVM

A-N life of Christ paraphrase in verse
Rudolf Becker, Das ‘La Genesi de Nostre Dame Seinte Marie’ betitelte Gedicht des Britischen Museums der Handschrift Cotton. Dom. XI. fol. 43b-80a, Greifswald, 1908.
s.xiv2/4 (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: 484
Notes: Partial edition, which summarizes the omitted passages.

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Genèse

Rhymed Genesis (BL, Harley 3775)
Julia C. Szirmai, Un fragment de la Genèse en vers, Geneva, 2005.
c.1300; s.xivm (MS)
DEAF: GenHarlS
Dean: 442

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Gestis Mirabilibus

A-N material in Robert of Avesbury’s De gestis mirabilibus regis Edwardi Tertii
IN: Edward Maunde Thompson, Adæ Murimuth, ‘Continuatio chronicarum'. Robertus de Avesbury ‘De gestis mirabilibus regis Edwardi Tertii’, Rerum Britannicarum medii aevi scriptores 93, London, 1889, pp. 279-471.
1327-56; s.xvin (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: Mainly in Latin, but A-N on pp. 291-93, 298-300, 304-06, 314-20, 324-27, 340-42, 344-48, 353-55, 358-60, 364-69, 372-74, 379-81, 385-86, 388-89, 391-93, 397-402, 416, 434-37, 439-443, 445-47, 462-65, and 469-71.

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Giffard

A-N material in the Latin Registers of Walter Giffard and Henry Bowett
Thomas Scott Holmes, The Registers of Walter Giffard, Bishop of Bath and Wells, 1265-66, and of Henry Bowett, Bishop of Bath and Wells, 1401-07, Somerset Record Society 13, Bath, 1899.
1402 (A-N document)
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: One A-N document on pp. 32-33.

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Gild Merch

Gild documents, including A-N material from Coventry, Leicester, Lynn Regis, Reading, Southampton and Winchester
Charles Gross, The Gild Merchant: A Contribution to British Municipal History, 2 vols, Oxford, 1890.
s.xiii/xiv (A-N documents)
DEAF: GrossGild
Dean: —
Notes: Contains Latin, A-N and M.E. material.
For A-N documents, see vol. ii, pp. 49 (1389), 50-51 (1340?), 138 (s.xiii), 139-41 (1281), 157-58 (1335), 204-07 (s.xiv), 214-31 (s.xiv), 232 (1334) and 255-56 (s.xiii).

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Glamorgan

Two A-N documents
IN: George Thomas Clark, Cartae et alia munimenta quae ad dominium de Glamorgan pertinent, 4 vols, Cardiff, 1885-93, vol. 2 (1890), pp. 8 and 61.
1354 (p. 8) and 1400 (p. 61)
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Glan lex

Selected passages from a variety of texts about falconry
Gunnar Tilander, Glanures lexicographiques, Skrifter utgivna av Kungl. Humanistiska Vetenskapssamfundet i Lund 16, Lund, 1932.

(I) (MS ‘C’) Cambridge, University Library, Ff.6.13 (s.xiiiex); Dean: 400; see A-N Falconry (I) and (III); see also Rom 15 (Ff.6.13).
(II) (MS ‘B’) BL, Addit. 46919 (olim Cheltenham 8336) (s.xiv1/3); Dean: 401; 402; 404; for excerpts, see Rom 13 (XXXVIII) and (L); for full text of Dean: 401, see A-N Falconry (III).
(III) (MS ‘D’) Oxford, Digby 86; Le medicinal des oiseus (1272-82); Dean: 401; see A-N Falconry (III).
(IV) (MS ‘H’) BL, Harley 978; s.xiii3/3 (text and MS); see Fauconnerie.
(V) (MS ‘T’) Based on BL, addit. 46919 s.xiv1/4; xivm (MS); Twici: The Art of Venery, by William Twiti; see twiti1.

s.xiv1/3 (MS)
DEAF: TilGlan
Notes: Provides mainly Continental French material.

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Glastonbury Chart

The Glastonbury Chartulary
Aelred Watkin, The Great Chartulary of Glastonbury, 3 vols, Somerset Record Society 59, 63 and 64, Frome, 1947-56.
1286-1339 (A-N documents)
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: Previously Glastonbury.
Predominantly Latin material, with A-N on pp. 112-13 (1327), 163 (1306), 164 (1322), 165-66 (1322), 168-69 (1339), 171 (1319), 175 (1333-34), 181-82 (n.d.), 194 (1327), 196-97 (1329), 340-41 (1286), 345 (n.d.), 366-67 (1327), 398 (n.d.), 506-07 (1309), 510 (1309), 511 (1326), 518 (1330), 522 (1321), 548 (n.d.), 562 (1339), 636-37 (1314) and 656-57 (n.d.).

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Glastonbury Lett

Abbot of Glastonbury’s Letter-Book
MS: BL, Arundel 2.
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Glastonbury Roof

A-N document from the Registry of Walter Monington, Abbot of Glastonbury
Christopher Wilson, ‘A Mid-Fourteenth Century Contract for the Choir Roof of Glastonbury Abbey’, The Antiquaries Journal 88 (2008), 216-21.
1364
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Gloss Arab

Glossary of predominantly medical terms, translated from Arabic by ‘William’
G. Ineichen, ‘Il glossario arabo-francese di messer Guglielmo e maestro Giacomo’, Atti dell’ Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti 130 (1971-72), 353-407.
c. 1300; s.xiv2 (MS)
DEAF: GlGuillI
Dean: —

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Gloss BN Latin

A-N glosses in Paris, BN, Lat. 8246
IN: Paul Meyer, ‘Anciennes Gloses françaises’, Romania 24 (1895), 161-73 (pp. 170-73).
s.xiii2 (MS)
DEAF: GlBNlat8246M
Dean: —
Notes: Previously in Rom 24.

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Gloss Bod 730

Trilingual Nominale, a Latin, English and A-N glossary
Tony Hunt, ‘The Old English Vocabularies in MS Oxford, Bodley 730’, English Studies 63 (1981), 201-09.
s.xiiiin (MS)
DEAF: GlBodl730H
Dean: 307
Notes: Addenda by Brian Merrilees in Arbeiten aus Anglistik un Amerikanistik 8 (1983), 29-31.

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Gloss Douce

The Douce Nominale, a Latin and A-N glossary
Tony Hunt, ‘The Anglo-Norman Vocabularies in MS Oxford, Bodleian Library Douce 88’, Medium Ævum 49 (1980), 5-25.
s.xiiiex (MS)
DEAF: GlDouceH; GlSynDouceH; GlStJohnH
Dean: 305; 304
Details: Edition provides selected variants and additional material from Oxford, St John’s College 178 (pp. 20-24) (s.xiv1)
Notes: For the Douce text, AND2 uses TLL i 420-32.
For the St John’s text, AND2 uses Gloss St John1 and Gloss St John2.
AND1 uses the siglum Gloss Douce to refer to an unpublished transcription of the Douce MS and Gloss Douce mae to refer to the above edition.

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Gloss Garland

A-N glosses in two manuscripts of Unum Omnium of John of Garland
Tony Hunt, ‘Les gloses en langue vulgaire dans les mss. de l’Unum Omnium de Jean de Garlande’, Revue de Linguistique romane 43 (1979), 162-78.

(I) Oxford, Bodleian Library, Rawlinson G.96; s.xiii (pp. 164-74).
(II) Oxford, Corpus Christi College D.121; s.xiiiex (pp. 174-77).

s.xiii2/3
DEAF: JGarlUnH
Dean: —
Notes: AND1 refers to this text as Dictionarius.
For the discussion of further MSS, see TLL i 395-99.

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Gloss Glas

Extracts from a Latin and A-N glossary in Glasgow, Hunter 292 (olim U.6.10 and R.7.14)
Paul Meyer, ‘Bribes de littérature anglo-normande’ Jahrbuch für romanische und englische Literatur 7 (1866), 37-38; Paul Meyer Documents manuscrits de l’ancienne littérature de la France conservés dans les bibliothèques de la Grande-Bretagne, Paris, 1871, pp. 123-26; and Alfred Ewert, ‘The Glasgow Latin-French Glossary’, Medium Ævum 25 (1957) 154-63.
c.1250 (MS)
DEAF: GlGlasgM1; GlGlasgM2
Dean: 306
Notes: Replaced in AND2 with an edition of the full text in TLL i 401-19.

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Gloss Harley1

A-N glosses in BL, Harley 2742
IN: Paul Meyer, ‘Anciennes Gloses françaises’, Romania 24 (1895), 161-73 (pp. 161-70).
s.xiiiin (MS)
DEAF: GlHarlM
Dean: —
Notes: Previously in Rom 24.

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Gloss Harley2

A-N glosses in BL, Harley 2742
Tony Hunt, 'The Lexical Notes in Ms. Harley 2742', Notes and Queries 240 (1995), 18-21.
s.xiiiin (MS)
DEAF: GlHarlH
Dean: —

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Gloss Nequam1

A-N glosses in Alexander Nequam’s De nominibus utensilium
Tony Hunt, ‘Les gloses en langue vulgaire dans les manuscrits du De nominibus utensilium d’Alexandre Nequam’, Revue de Linguistique romane 43 (1979), 235-62.
DEAF: AlNeckUtensH
Dean: 301
Details: Provides glosses from Oxford, Bodleian Library Digby 37 (i.e. MS ‘D’, s.xiii1); Oxford, Bodleian Library, Rawlinson G.96 (i.e. MS ‘P’, s.xiii); Oxford, Bodleian Library, Rawlinson G.99 (i.e. MS ‘R’, s.xiii1); Oxford, St. John’s College 178 (i.e. MS ‘J’, s.xiii1); and Oxford, Bodleian Library, Laud. misc. 497 (i.e. MS ‘F’, s.xiiiin).
Notes: For further MSS of this text, see Gloss Nequam2, TLL i 177-203 (the Latin text) and ii 65-122 (the glosses).

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Gloss Nequam2

A-N glosses in Alexander Nequam’s De nominibus utensilium
IN: Thomas Wright, A Volume of Vocabularies, London, 1857, pp. 96-119.
s.xiii2 (MS)
DEAF: AlNeckUtensW
Dean: 301
Details: Provides the full Latin text with glosses from BL, Cotton Titus, D.XX.
Notes: For other manuscripts, see Gloss Nequam1 and TLL i 177-203 (the Latin text) and ii 65-122 (the glosses).

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Gloss Rawlinson

A-N glosses to Peter Comestor’s Historia Scholastica and Honorius of Autun’s Elucidarium (Oxford, Bodleian Library, Rawlinson C.46)
Tony Hunt, ‘Vernacular Glossing and Clerical Instruction’, The Journal of Medieval Latin 9 (1999), 41-45.
s.xiii1 (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: Previously JML 9.
Also contains M.E. glosses.

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Gloss Sidon

A-N glosses in the Letters of Sidonius Apollinaris (Oxford, Bodleian Library, Digby 172)
Tony Hunt, ‘The Vernacular Entries in the Glossae in Sidonium’, Zeitschrift für französische Sprache und Literatur 89 (1979), 130-50.
s.xiiex; c.1200 (MS)
DEAF: GlOxfH
Dean: —

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Gloss St John1

Section De animalibus domesticis from the Latin-French nominale in Oxford, St. John’s College, 178
Afred Ewert, 'A Fourteenth-Century Latin-French Nominale (St. John's College, Oxford, MS No. 178)', Medium Ævum 3 (1934), 13-18.
s.xiiiex; xiv1 (MS)
DEAF: GlStJohnE
Dean: 304

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Gloss St John2

Selections from the Latin-French nominale in Oxford, St. John’s College, 178
IN: Tony Hunt, ‘The Anglo-Norman Vocabularies in MS Oxford, Bodleian Library Douce 88’, Medium Ævum 49 (1980), 5-25 (pp. 20-24).
s.xiiiex; xiv1 (MS)
DEAF: GlStJohnH
Dean: 304
Notes: Previously part of Gloss Douce.
MS ‘J’ in the variants.

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Gloss Stowe

A-N glosses in BL, Stowe 57
R. Garrett, ‘Middle English and French Glosses from MS. Stowe 57’, Archiv 21 (1908), 411-12.
s.xii2 (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Gloss Tree and Bird

AN-ME Glossary of tree and bird names (Cambridge, St. John’s College, E.17)
Paul Acker, ‘An Anglo-Norman – Middle English Glossary of Tree and Bird Names’, Medium Ævum 62 (1993), 285-88.
c.1275 (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: 313
Notes: For a detailed discussion of this glossary, see Patrizia Lendinara, ‘The Glossary in MS Cambridge, St John’s College, E.17 and Middle English Lexicography’, Filologia germanica 7 (2015), 89-140.

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Gloss Utensilium

A-N glosses in Alexander Nequam’s De nominibus utensilium
MS gleanings from a variety of sources, provided by Tony Hunt.
s.xiii
DEAF: —
Dean: 301
Details: The citations in AND1 M-Z entries assigned this siglum are now to be found in TLL ii 63-112.
For additional MSS of this text, see Gloss Nequam1 and Gloss Nequam2.

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Gloss Valmadonna

A-N glosses to the fourteen ‘unclean birds’ (written in Hebrew)
Menahem Banitt, ‘Appendix I: The glosses in MS. Valmadonna I’, in Malachi Beit-Arié, The Only Dated Medieval Hebrew Manuscript Written in England (1189 CE) and the Problem of Pre-Expulsion Anglo-Hebrew Manuscripts, London, 1985, pp. 29-31.
1189
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Gloucester Inventory

A-N inventory from The National Archives
Viscount Dillon and W. H. St. John Hope, ‘Inventory of the Goods and Chattels Belonging to Thomas, Duke of Gloucester, and Seized in his Castle at Pleshy, Co. Essex, 21 Richard II (1397); With their Values, as Shown in the Escheator’s Account’, Archaeological Journal 54 (1897), 275-308.
1397
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Glover/Cooke

Glover’s Roll
H. S. London, ‘Glover’s Roll, c.1253-8 and Walford’s Roll, c.1273’, in Anthony Wagner, Aspilogia. Being Materials of Heraldry, II, Rolls of Arms Henry III, Harleian Society Publications 113-14, Oxford, 1967, pp. 115-58.
c. 1253; 1586 (MS)
DEAF: ArmGloverL
Dean: 391.1
Details: The base MS is a copy by Glover, with variants from a copy by R. Cooke.
Notes: See also Eight Rolls (II).

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Goldsmiths

A-N Goldsmiths accounts
Lisa Jefferson, Wardens’ Accounts and Court Minute Books of the Goldsmiths’ Mistery of London, 1334-1446, Woodbridge, 2003.
1334-1446
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: Replaces Goldsmiths’ Min Bk A + a and Goldsmiths’ Min Bk A + b in AND2.

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Goldsmiths’ Min Bk A + a

A-N Goldsmiths accounts
MS: London, Goldsmiths’ Hall 1518, Goldsmiths’ Company Minute Book A + a.
1334-1441
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: Transcriptions provided by Lisa Jefferson.
Replaced in AND2 by Goldsmiths.

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Goldsmiths’ Min Bk A + b

A-N Goldsmiths accounts
MS: London Goldsmiths’ Hall 1519, Goldsmiths’ Company Minute Book A + b. 
1371-1446
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: Transcriptions provided by Lisa Jefferson.
Replaced in AND2 by Goldsmiths.

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Goldsmiths’ Reg Deeds

A-N Goldsmiths accounts
MS: London, Goldsmiths’ Hall 1642 and 1643, Goldsmiths’ Company Register of Deeds.
1417-73
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: Transcriptions provided by Lisa Jefferson.
Partially replaced in AND2 by Goldsmiths.

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Gonville Pieces

A-N material in the margins of Cambridge, Gonville and Caius College, 54 (31)
Paul Meyer, ‘Mélanges anglo-normans’, Romania 38 (1909), 434-41.

(I) Three love letters; s.xiv1 (pp. 434-39); Dean: 141.
(II) E Dame jolyve (pp. 439-41); Dean: —; see Rond, Vir & Bal (II).
(III) Medicinal recipe for stomachache; s.xiv (p. 441); Dean: 439.

c.1300 (MS)
DEAF: —

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Gospel Harmony

A-N harmony of the four Gospels
Brent A. Pitts, Estoire de l’Evangile (Dublin, Christ Church Cathedral, MS. 6.1.1), Medium Ævum Monographs 28, Oxford, 2011.
s.xiiim; xiiiex (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: 483

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GOWER Balades

Cinkante Balades, by John Gower
IN: George C. Macaulay, The Complete Works of John Gower, 1: The French Works, Oxford, 1899, pp. 335-78.
c.1390; s.xivex (MS)
DEAF: JGowerBalM
Dean: 707
Notes: For a full text concordance, see R. F. Yeager, A Concordance to the French poetry and Prose of John Gower, Mark West and Robin L. Hinson, Medieval Texts and Studies 17, East Lansing, 1997. 
For a more recent edition (and Modern English translation), see R. F. Yeager, John Gower: The French Balades, TEAMS, Middle English Texts Series, Kalamazoo, 2011, pp. 49-151.

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GOWER Mirour

Mirour de l’omme, by John Gower
IN: George C. Macaulay, The Complete Works of John Gower, 1: The French Works, Oxford, 1899, pp. 2-334.
1360-79; s.xivex (MS)
DEAF: JGowerMirM
Dean: 709; 801; 835 (1); 865; 895
Notes: For a full text concordance, see R. F. Yeager, A Concordance to the French poetry and Prose of John Gower, Mark West and Robin L. Hinson, Medieval Texts and Studies 17, East Lansing, 1997.
For a Modern English translation, see William Burton Wilson, John Gower: Mirour de l’Omme (The Mirror of Mankind), East Lansing, MI, 1992.
For excerpts, see Vernac Lit (VIIIb).

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GOWER Traitié

Traitié pour essampler les amants marietz, by John Gower
IN: George C. Macaulay, The Complete Works of John Gower, 1: The French Works, Oxford, 1899, pp. 379-93.
1397; s.xivex (MS)
DEAF: JGowerTrM
Dean: 708
Notes: For a full text concordance, see R. F. Yeager, A Concordance to the French poetry and Prose of John Gower, Mark West and Robin L. Hinson, Medieval Texts and Studies 17, East Lansing, 1997.
For a more recent edition (and Modern English translation), see R. F. Yeager, John Gower: The French Balades, TEAMS, Middle English Texts Series, Kalamazoo, 2011, pp. 5-48.

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GPC


G. Roberts et al., Geiriadur Prifysgol Cymru (A Dictionary of the Welsh Language), Cardiff, 1950-
DEAF: GPCymr
Dean: —
Details: http://welsh-dictionary.ac.uk/gpc/gpc.html

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GR


Charles Bémont, Rôles gascons, vols 2 and 3, Paris, 1900 and 1906; and Yves Renouard, Rôles gascons, vol. 4: Gascon Rolls Preserved in the Public Record Office 1307?1317, London, 1962.
1273-90 (A-N documents in vols 2 and 3) and 1279-1317 (A-N documents in vol. 4)
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: Vol. 2, pp. 34, 42-43, 86-88, 95, 186-88, 337-39 and 419-20.
Vol. 3, pp. 140-43, 148-50, 322-23, 332, 353, 356-57, 376-78, 406-07, 554-65, 567-70, 572-77, 579-80, 583-84 and 588 as well as Appendix 1 (paragraphs 8, 12, 14, 24 and 27).
Vol. 4, pp. 57, 120-46, 541, 568-70 and 574-584.

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Grace and Grievance

A-N petitions
W. Mark Ormrod, Gwilym Dodd and Anthony Musson, Medieval Petitions: Grace and Grievance, York, 2009.
s.xiv-xv
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: A-N texts on pp. 186 (note 39), 216-18 and 240-41. Some material reproduces (and corrects) Rot Parl1.
Additionally, A-N words and phrases are discussed in W. Mark Ormrod ‘Murmur, Clamour and Noise: Voicing Complaint and Remedy in Petitions to the English Crown, c. 1300-c.1460’ (pp. 135-55) and Sheleagh A. Sneddon, ‘Words and Realities: The Language and Dating of Petitions, 1326-7’ (pp. 193-205).

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Gram

A grammatical note
MS: Dublin, Trinity College 270, f. 204ra
s.xivin (MS)
DEAF: GramdH
Dean: 297
Notes: Transcribed by Tony Hunt. Subsequently published in Anecdota (VIII), and replaced in AND2.

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GRANDISSON

A-N material in the Latin Register of John de Grandisson
Francis C. Hingeston-Randolph, The Register of John de Grandisson, Bishop of Exeter (A.D. 1327-1369), 3 vols, London, 1892-97.
1327-69
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Gras Customs


Norman Scott Brien Gras, The Early English Customs System: A Documentary Study of the Institutional and Economic History of the Customs from the Thirteenth to the Sixteenth Century, Harvard Economic Studies 18, Cambridge, 1918.
s.xiii-xv
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: Contains A-N and M.E., but mainly Latin documents (with vernacular elements).

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Great Seal

Selected documents mainly from The National Archives
Henry C. Maxwell-Lyte, Historical Notes on the Use of the Great Seal of England, London, 1926.
s.xiii-xv
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: Contains A-N, Latin and M.E. documents.

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Grimaldi

Grimaldi’s Roll
Stacey Grimaldi, ‘Copy of a Roll of Arms (of the Reign of Edward III) in the Possession of Stacey Grimaldi, Esq. F.S.A.’, Collectanea Topographica et Genealogica 2 (1835), 320-28.
c.1350; s.xvin (MS)
DEAF: ArmGrimaldiM
Dean: 391.1
Details: MS now in Manchester, John Rylands and Univ. Libr. Fr. 88.

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Grimston

A-N grant by Henry VI to Edward Grimston and others
A. W. Frank, ‘Notes on Edward Grimston, Esq. Ambassador to the Duchess of Burgundy’, Archaeologia 40 (1866), 455-70 (pp. 457-58).
1445
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Grocers

Archives of the Company of Grocers in London
John A. Kingdon, Facsimile of the First Volume of the MS Archives of the Worshipful Company of Grocers of the City of London, A.D. 1345-1463. Transcribed and Translated with Extracts from the Records of the City of London and Archives of St. Paul’s Cathedral, London, 1886.
1345-1463
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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GROSS Misc

Three short A-N texts in Grosseteste’s writings in London, Lambeth Palace, 499
S. Harrison Thomson, The Writings of Robert Grosseteste, Bishop of Lincoln, 1235-53, Cambridge, 1940.

(I) Injunccio penitenti gallice (p. 155); Dean: 670.
(II) Oracio ad sanctam Margaretam gallice (p. 157); Dean: 937.
(III) Oraciuncula post prandium gallice (158); Dean: 859.

s.xiii2 (text and MS)
DEAF: —

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Gruffydd Llwyd

Three A-N documents from The National Archives (Ancient Petitions)
J. G. Edwards, ‘Sir Gruffydd Llwyd’, English Historical Review 30 (1915), 589-601 (esp. pp. 600-601).
s.xivin
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Gui Bourgogne

A-N manuscript of the Continental French Chanson de Gui de Bourgogne
MS: BL, Harley 527, fols 1r-32r.
c.1230; s.xiii1 (MS)
DEAF: GuiBourgG
Dean: —
Notes: Also exists in one Continental French manuscript (Tours, Bibliothèque Municipale 937), published by F. Guessard and H. Michelant, Gui de Bourgogne, Paris, 1859 (providing variant readings from the Harley manuscript).
Tony Hunt, ‘Materials for an Edition of Gui de Bourgogne’, Olifant, 10.3 (1984), 99-117 (pp. 101-04, 107-09, 111-113).

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Gui Pruesses

Summary of Gui de Warewic in verse
Ivana Djordjevic, 'Les Pruesses Gui: Summarizing Gui de Warewic in London, College of Arms, MS Arundel 27', Medium Aevum 84 (2015), 279-96.
s.xivin (MS)
DEAF: GuiWarE
Dean: 154
Notes: The summary follows a full version of the text, which in Gui War is included as variant MS (A). Gui War does not include this summary version.

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Gui War

Gui de Warewic
Alfred Ewert, Gui de Warewic: Roman du XIIIe siècle, 2 vols, CFMA 74 and 75, Paris, 1932-33.
s.xiii1/3; xiiim (base MS)
DEAF: GuiWarE
Dean: 154
Details: Based on BL, Addit. 38662 (i.e. MS ‘E’), with selected variants from Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, 50 (i.e. MS ‘C’, s.xiii4/4); Cambridge, University Library, Addit. 2751 (i.e. MS ‘J’, s.xiiiex); Cologny-Geneva, Bibl. Bodmeriana 67 (i.e. MS ‘M’, s.xiii2); Cologny-Geneva, Bibl. Bodmeriana 168 (i.e. MS ‘F’, c.1300); BL, Harley 3775 (i.e. MS ‘H’, c.1300); BL, Royal 8 F.IX (i.e. MS ‘R’, s.xivin); London, College of Arms, Arundel XXVII (i.e. MS ‘A’, c.1300); Oxford, Bodleian Library, Rawl. D.913 (i.e. MS ‘O’, c.1300); Paris, BN, franç. 1669 (i.e. MS ‘P’, s.xiiiex); Wolfenbüttel, Herzog August Bibl., Aug. f. 87.4 (i.e. MS ‘G’, c.1300); and York, Minster Libr., 16.I.7 (i.e. MS ‘Y’, s.xiiiex).

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Guienne Homage

A-N document from The National Archives
C. Johnson, ‘The Hommage for Guienne in 1304’, English Historical Review 23 (1908), 728-29.
1304-05; 1327-35 (MS)
DEAF: —
Dean: —

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Guildhall

London, The Guildhall Library, MSS

(I) MS 7363 (15 June 1409).
(II) MS 7365 (7 May 1417).

Notes: Transcriptions provided by Lisa Jefferson.

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Guisborough

A-N material in the Latin Chronicle of Walter of Guisborough De Gestis Regis Anglie
Harry Rothwell, The Chronicle of Walter of Guisborough, Previously Edited as the Chronicle of Walter of Hemingford or Hemingburgh, Camden Third Series 89, London, 1957.
s.xivin
DEAF: —
Dean: —
Notes: A-N on pp. 216, 235-37, 280-84, 292-93, 309-11 and 361-62.

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GUISCH

Sermon on Worldly Temptation, a.k.a. Le Romaunz de temptacioun de secle, or Sermun del secle, by Guischart de Beauliu
Arvid Gabrielson, Le Sermon de Guischart de Beauliu: Édition critique de tous les manuscrits connus avec introduction, Skrifter utgivna av. K. Humanistika Vetenskaps-Samfundet i Uppsala 12.5, Uppsala and Leipzig, 1909.
s.xiiex; c.1200 (MS)
DEAF: GuischartG
Dean: 597
Details: Based on BL, Harley 4388, with parallel edition of the fragments of Oxford, Bodleian Library, Digby 86 (i.e. MS ‘O’, 1272-82), Paris, BN franç. 19525 (i.e. MS ‘N’, s.xiiim) and BL, Egerton 2710 (i.e. MS ‘E’, s.xiiim).
Notes: For a separate edition of MS ‘O’, see Digby (LVI).

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