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Chaucer, Geoffrey, -1400. [Proof for the Kelmscott Chaucer, pages 223-224].
Chaucer, Geoffrey, -1400
[Proof for the Kelmscott Chaucer, pages 223-224]
1896
Cicero, Marcus Tullius. Here begynneth the prohemye vpon the reducynge, both out of latyn as of frensshe in to our englyssh tongue of the polytyque book named Tullius de senectute.
Cicero, Marcus Tullius
Here begynneth the prohemye vpon the reducynge, both out of latyn as of frensshe in to our englyssh tongue of the polytyque book named Tullius de senectute
... the xij day of August the yere of our lord MCCCClxxxj [12 Aug. 1481]
Gerardus, de Vliederhoven, active 14th century. Thus endeth the prologue of this book named. Cordʻyal. Whiche treteth of the four last and final thinges that ben to come. ...
Gerardus, de Vliederhoven, active 14th century
Thus endeth the prologue of this book named. Cordʻyal. Whiche treteth of the four last and final thinges that ben to come. ..
... fiinisshed on the euen of thannunciacion of our said bilissid Lady fallyng on the wednesday the xxiiij daye of Marche. In the xix yeer of Kying Edwarde the fourthe [24 Mar. 1479]
Higden, Ranulf, -1364, author. Grete thankynges, lawde, & honoure we merytoryously ben bounde to yelde and offre vnto wryters of hystoryes, whiche gretely haue prouffyted oure mortal lyf, that shewe vnto the reders and herers by the ensamples of thynges passyd, what thynge is to be desyred.
Higden, Ranulf, -1364
Grete thankynges, lawde, & honoure we merytoryously ben bounde to yelde and offre vnto wryters of hystoryes, whiche gretely haue prouffyted oure mortal lyf, that shewe vnto the reders and herers by the ensamples of thynges passyd, what thynge is to be desyred
[after 2 July, 1482]
Virgil, author. Here fynyssheth the boke yf [sic] Eneydos /
Virgil
Here fynyssheth the boke yf [sic] Eneydos
[not before 23 June 1490]
 Sir Orfeo.
Sir Orfeo
1980