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LIBRARIES OF KING HENRY VIII: Richmond Palace

H1. Inventory of books, February 1535

126 identified entries found.
  • H1.*1: Baudouin d'Avennes [1219–1289]
    (patron), Chronique part ed. E. K. Heller, MGH Scriptores 25 (1880), 419–67. [See also Trésor des histoires.]
  • H1.*2 (`Valere le grant'): Valerius Maximus [fl. AD 30]
    French tr. by Simon de Hesdin & Nicholas de Gonesse pr. [Netherlands, c. 1476] (Goff V44), &c.; Lucas, 247–8.
  • H1.*3: Gonzales de Hinojosa [†1327], bishop of Burgos
    Chronicle, French tr. by Jean Golein unpr.; Chavy, 622.
  • H1.¶4: Les Faits des Romains pr. as Lucan Suetoine et Saluste en françois, Paris 1490 (Macfarlane 12), &c.; ed. L.-F. Flutre & K. Sneyders de Vogel (Paris/Groningen 1935–8); Chavy, 544.
  • H1.*5: Iosephus Flauius [† after 100]
    Antiquitates iudaicae, French tr. unpr.; Chavy, 794.
  • H1.¶6: Chronicles of England pr. London 1480 (STC 9991), &c.
  • H1.*7–11: Jehan Froissart [c1335–c1405]
    Chroniques pr. Paris [c. 1499] (GW 10406), &c.; ed. J. Kervyn de Lettenhove (Brussels 1867–77); ed. S. Luce & others (Paris 1869–1975).
  • H1.*12 (vol. 1): Jehan de Wavrin [fl. 1415–1471]
    Anciennes et nouvelles chroniques dAngleterre ed. W. Hardy, RS 39 (1864–91).
  • H1.¶*18: Vitas patrum, French tr. as La vie des peres ¶*pr. Paris 1495 (Macfarlane 43).
  • H1.*19: Biblia sacra, English tr. in the revised Wyclifite version ed. J. Forshall & F. Madden (Oxford 1850); manuscripts listed by M. Dove, The First English Bible (Cambridge 2007), 281–306.
  • H1.20: C. Plinius Secundus (Pliny the Elder) [AD 23–79]
    Historia naturalis ed. L. van Jan & K. Mayhoff, Teubner (1892–1906).
  • H1.*22: Alphonsus de Spina (Alfonso de Espina) OFM [† after 1491]
    DS 1. 402–403. GW has confused him with Alfonso Lopez de Valladolid (†1469), bishop of Ovense.
    Fortalicium fidei, French tr. by Pierre Richart as La Fortresse de la foy unpr.; manuscripts listed by M. Fifield, Manuscripta 16 (1972) 98–111; Chavy, 62.
  • H1.*23: Le Trésor des histoires, an expanded version of the Chronique written for Baudouin d'Avennes unpr.; D. J. A. Ross in Scriptorium 23 (1969) 177–86.
  • H1.*24 (`la grant bible'): Petrus Comestor [†1187]
    French tr. as La Bible historiale by Guyart des Moulins pr. with additions by Jean Rely, Paris 1594/6, &c.; Chavy, 197.
  • H1.*25: Jehan Mansel [15th cent.]
    La Fleur des histoires unpr.; Woledge 89.
  • H1.*26: Vincent of Beauvais OP [1189/94–c1264]
    French tr. as Le Miroir historial by Jean de Vignay ¶*pr. Paris 1495–6 (Macfarlane 42), &c.; Chavy, 1434.
  • H1.*27 (`rustican'): Petrus de Crescentiis (Pietro de' Crescenzi) [c1233–c1320]
    Ruralia commoda, French tr. attributed to Jean Corbechon as Rustican des ruraulx proffiz du labour des champs pr. Paris 1486 (GW 7829), Paris 1486 (GW 7830), &c.; Chavy, 1117.
  • H1.*28–9: Valerius Maximus [fl. AD 30]
    French tr. by Simon de Hesdin & Nicholas de Gonesse pr. [Netherlands, c. 1476] (Goff V44), &c.; Lucas, 247–8.
  • H1.*30 (`le grant histoire Cesar', expanded text): Les Faits des Romains pr. as Lucan Suetoine et Saluste en françois, Paris 1490 (Macfarlane 12), &c.; ed. L.-F. Flutre & K. Sneyders de Vogel (Paris/Groningen 1935–8); Chavy, 544.
  • H1.*31 (`listoire scolastique'): Petrus Comestor [†1187]
    French tr. as La Bible historiale by Guyart des Moulins pr. with additions by Jean Rely, Paris 1594/6, &c.; Chavy, 197.
  • H1.*32: Benvenuto Rambaldi da Imola [†1388]
    DBI 8. 691–4.
    (attrib.), Romuleon, French tr. by Jean Miélot unpr.; Chavy, 1216; Woledge 149. [The original work was formerly attributed to Roberto della Porta.]
  • H1.?*33 (`Bocace le grant'): Giovanni Boccaccio [1313–1375]
    De casibus uirorum illustrium, second French tr. by Laurent de Premierfait as Des cas et ruyne des nobles hommes et femmes pr. Paris 1483/4 (GW 4434), &c.; Book I, ed. P. M. Gathercole (Chapel Hill, NC, 1968).
  • H1.*34: Augustine [354–430], bishop of Hippo
    De ciuitate Dei, French tr. by Raoul de Presles as La Cite de Dieu pr. Abbeville 1486 (GW 2891), &c.; Chavy, 117.
  • H1.*35: Jean de Courcy [c1360–after 1426]
    Le Chemin de Vaillance extracts, ed. G. de la Rue, Essais historiques sur les bardes, les jongleurs, et les trouvères normans et anglo-normands (Caen 1834), 3. 284–316; BM Cat. Rom. 1. 895–902.
  • H1.*35x: Alain Chartier [c. 1385–1433]
    P. Bourgain-Hemeryck, Les Œuvres latines d'Alain Chartier (Paris 1977); E. Cayley, Debate and Dialogue: Alain Chartier in his cultural context (Oxford 2006).
    Le bréviaire des nobles pr. Bréhant-Loudéac 1484/5 (GW 6560), &c.; ed. J. C. Laidlaw, The Poetical Works of Alain Chartier (Cambridge 1974), 395–409.
  • H1.¶36: Lancelot ed. A. Micha (Geneva 1978–83). [The early printed editions likely to be Lancelot du Lac: pr. (in three parts) Rouen 1488 (I & II), Paris 1488 (III) (Goff L33; CIBN L29–30), &c. Editions include the Vulgate Lancelot and adds the Queste del Saint Graal and the Mort le Roi Artu, as set out in note on H1.36.]
  • H1.*37: Jehan Froissart [c1335–c1405]
    Chroniques pr. Paris [c. 1499] (GW 10406), &c.; ed. J. Kervyn de Lettenhove (Brussels 1867–77); ed. S. Luce & others (Paris 1869–1975).
  • H1.?*38: Q. Curtius Rufus [1st cent.]
    Historia Alexandri, French tr. by Vasco de Lucena (1468) pr. Paris[c. 1500]; Chavy, 1189; Lucas, 237–8.
  • H1.*39: Chroniques de Pise unpr.; Woledge 123.
  • H1.*40 (Anonymus II): P. Ovidius Naso [43 BC–AD 17/18]
    Metamorphoses, 2nd anonymous French tr. ed. C. De Boer, Ovide moralisé (Amsterdam 1954); Chavy, 1041; Lucas, 244.
  • H1.*40x: Alain Chartier [c. 1385–1433]
    Le bréviaire des nobles pr. Bréhant-Loudéac 1484/5 (GW 6560), &c.; ed. J. C. Laidlaw, The Poetical Works of Alain Chartier (Cambridge 1974), 395–409.
  • H1.?*41 (`Bocace le petit'): Giovanni Boccaccio [1313–1375]
    De casibus uirorum illustrium, second French tr. by Laurent de Premierfait as Des cas et ruyne des nobles hommes et femmes pr. Paris 1483/4 (GW 4434), &c.; Book I, ed. P. M. Gathercole (Chapel Hill, NC, 1968).
  • H1.?*42 (`Gordeffroy de Billon'): William of Tyre [c1130–?1186], archbishop of Tyre
    Historia rerum in partibus transmarinis gestarum, French tr. ed. P. Paris (Paris 1879); Chavy, 673.
  • H1.*43 (vol. 3): Jehan de Wavrin [fl. 1415–1471]
    Anciennes et nouvelles chroniques dAngleterre ed. W. Hardy, RS 39 (1864–91).
  • H1.*44 (`Hercules'): Raoul Lefèvre [fl. 1460]
    Le recueil des histoires de Troyes pr. [Bruges c. 1476] (Goff L113), &c.; ed. M. Aeschbach (Bern 1987); Woledge 181.
  • H1.*45–6 (`bible', 2 vols): Petrus Comestor [†1187]
    French tr. as La Bible historiale by Guyart des Moulins pr. with additions by Jean Rely, Paris 1594/6, &c.; Chavy, 197.
  • H1.*48 (`Bien vivre et mourir'): Ars moriendi, French tr. by Guillaume Tardif as Lart de bien mourir pr. Paris 1492 (Macfarlane 18); Chavy, 111.
  • H1.*50 (`les cents nouvelles'): Giovanni Boccaccio [1313–1375]
    Decamerone, French tr. by Laurent de Premierfait as Les cent nouvelles pr. Paris 1485 (Macfarlane 1), &c.; Chavy, 225.
  • H1.?*51x: Arnold of Liège OP [fl. 1290]
    French adaptation unpr.; BM Cat. Rom. 3. 441–9.
  • H1.¶51 (`le dialogue s. Gregoire'): Gregory the Great [c540–604, sedit 590–604]
    Dialogi, French tr. pr. Paris 1509/10 (Macfarlane 96); Chavy, 634.
  • H1.?*52: T. Livius (Livy) [59 BC–AD 17]
    Ab urbe condita, French tr. by Pierre Bersuire pr. Paris 1486–7 (Goff L250), &c.; Chavy, 1379; Lucas, 239–40.
  • H1.*53 (`proprietaire', vol. 2): Bartholomew the Englishman [†1250]
    De proprietatibus rerum, French tr. by Jean Corbechon as Livre des propriétés des choses pr. Lyon 1482 (GW 3415), &c.; part ed. B. Ribemont, Le Livre des propriétés des choses (Paris 1999).
  • H1.?*54: Jean de Bueil [1406–1477], comte de Sancerre
    (& others), Le Jouvencel ed. C. Favre & L. Lecestre (Paris 1887–9); Woledge 86.
  • H1.?*55: Bartholomew the Englishman [†1250]
    De proprietatibus rerum, French tr. by Jean Corbechon as Livre des propriétés des choses pr. Lyon 1482 (GW 3415), &c.; part ed. B. Ribemont, Le Livre des propriétés des choses (Paris 1999).
  • H1.?*56: Jehan Froissart [c1335–c1405]
    Chroniques pr. Paris [c. 1499] (GW 10406), &c.; ed. J. Kervyn de Lettenhove (Brussels 1867–77); ed. S. Luce & others (Paris 1869–1975).
  • H1.*57 (`Cirus'): Xenophon [428/7–354 BC]
    Cyropaedia, French tr. by Vasco de Lucena part ed. D. Gallet-Guerne (Geneva 1974); Chavy, 1466.
  • H1.?*58 (to 1270): Chroniques de France ed. P. Paris (Paris 1836–8); ed. J. Viard (Paris 1920–53).
  • H1.¶*59: Vincent of Beauvais OP [1189/94–c1264]
    French tr. as Le Miroir historial by Jean de Vignay ¶*pr. Paris 1495–6 (Macfarlane 42), &c.; Chavy, 1434.
  • H1.*61 (vol. 1): Bartholomew the Englishman [†1250]
    De proprietatibus rerum, French tr. by Jean Corbechon as Livre des propriétés des choses pr. Lyon 1482 (GW 3415), &c.; part ed. B. Ribemont, Le Livre des propriétés des choses (Paris 1999).
  • H1.*62a: Xenophon [428/7–354 BC]
    Cyropaedia, French tr. by Vasco de Lucena part ed. D. Gallet-Guerne (Geneva 1974); Chavy, 1466.
  • H1.*62b: F. Vegetius Renatus [fl. 400]
    De re militari, French tr. by Jean de Vignay unpr.; Lucas, 249; Chavy, 1411.
  • H1.*63: Jean Aubert []
    La Vie de notre seigneur Jhesucrist, a French adaptation from ps. Bonaventure, Meditationes uitae Christi and Ludolf of Saxony, Meditationes uitae Iesu Christi unpr.; Chavy, 910.
  • H1.*63x: La Vengeance nostre Seigneur ed. A. E. Ford (Toronto 1993); Dean 502.
  • H1.*64: Augustine [354–430], bishop of Hippo
    De ciuitate Dei, French tr. by Raoul de Presles as La Cite de Dieu pr. Abbeville 1486 (GW 2891), &c.; Chavy, 117.
  • H1.*65: Cleriadus et Meliadice ed. G. Zink (Geneva 1984).
  • H1.*65x: Historia Apollonii regis Tyri ed. G. Schmeling, Teubner (1988).
    French tr. ed. G. Zink (Geneva 1982); Chavy, 90; Woledge 17.
  • H1.*66 (`le commentaire Cesar'): C. Iulius Caesar [100–44 BC]
    Bellum Gallicum, French tr. perhaps by Jean Duchesne unpr.; Lucas, 234–5.
  • H1.*69 (`les quatre filz Haymon'): Renaut de Montauban pr. Paris 1480 &c.; Woledge 139, 141; BM Cat. Rom. 1. 619–22.
  • H1.*70: Guido delle Colonne OFM [†1408]
    Historia destructionis Troiae, first French tr. unpr.; Woledge 176.
  • H1.¶*71: Giovanni Boccaccio [1313–1375]
    De claris mulieribus, French tr. by Laurent de Premierfait as De la louenge et uertu des nobles et cleres dames ¶*pr. Paris 1493 (Macfarlane 25); Chavy, 225.
  • H1.?*72: Boethius, Anicius Manlius Torquatus Severinus [c480–524]
    L. Minio-Paluello in DSB 2. 228–36; bibliography in J. Gruber, `Boethius 1925–1998', Lustrum 39 (1997) 307–383 and 40 (1998) 199–259.
    Philosophiae consolatio, French tr. attributed to Charles, duc d'Orléans pr. [?Geneva c. 1481] (GW 4581); Chavy, 237; Lucas, 232–3.
  • H1.¶*73 (2 vols): Merlin ¶*pr. Paris 1498 (Macfarlane 173); ed. H. O. Sommer, The Vulgate Version of the Arthurian Romances (Washington, DC, 1908–16), vol. 2; Woledge 103.
  • H1.74: Merlin ¶*pr. Paris 1498 (Macfarlane 173); ed. H. O. Sommer, The Vulgate Version of the Arthurian Romances (Washington, DC, 1908–16), vol. 2; Woledge 103.
  • H1.¶*76: Secretum secretorum (ps. Aristotle), Latin tr. from Arabic by Philippus Tripolitanus ed. R. Steele, Opera hactenus inedita Rogeri Baconi (Oxford 1909–40), 5. 1–175; S. J. Williams, The Secret of Secrets. The scholarly career of a pseudo-Aristotelian text in the Latin middle ages (Ann Arbor, MI, 2003), 360–63 (translator's prologue), 388–413 (list of manuscripts); PAL 54–75 (no. 81B). [See also John of Seville, for an excerpt translated in the 12th cent., and Aristotle ps., Epistola Aristotelis ad Alexandrum for other possible copies.]
    French tr. as Le gouvernement des princes pr. [Lyon c. 1478] (GW 2488), &c.; ¶*pr. Paris 1497 (Macfarlane 50); Chavy, 1290.
  • H1.¶*76x: Diego de Valera [c1412–c1486]
    Espejo de verdadera nobleza, French tr. by Hugues de Salve as Le tresor de noblesse pr. Paris 1497 (Macfarlane 50), &c.; Chavy, 1402.
  • H1.*77: Charles, duc d'Orléans [1394–1465]
    Poésies ed. P. Champion (Paris 1923–7); ed. J. Fox (Exeter 1973).
  • H1.†78: Jehan Froissart [c1335–c1405]
    Chroniques pr. Paris [c. 1499] (GW 10406), &c.; ed. J. Kervyn de Lettenhove (Brussels 1867–77); ed. S. Luce & others (Paris 1869–1975).
  • H1.*79: Philippe de Mézières [?1327–1405]
    DS 12. 1309–16.
    Epistre au roi Richart ed. G. W. Coopland (Liverpool 1975).
  • H1.†80 (`les roys Henry empereurs', anon.): John Capgrave OESA [1393–1464]
    De illustribus Henricis ed. F. C. Hingeston, RS 7 (1858).
  • H1.?*81: Jehan de Meun [fl. 1270–80]
    (& Guillaume de Lorris), Le Roman de la rose ed. E. Langlois, Société des anciens textes français (Paris 1914–24).
  • H1.82: Dicta philosophorum various collections,
    French tr. as Les Ditz des saiges pr. Paris c. 1529 (Moreau, 3. 1742), &c.
  • H1.83 (`lordonnance de la maison de Bourgogne'): Olivier de La Marche [c1426–1502]
    L'Estat de la maison du duc Charles de Bourgogne, dit le Hardy ed. H. Beaune & J. d'Arbaumont, Mémoires d'Olivier de La Marche (Paris 1883–8), 4. 1–94.
  • H1.*84: Le Chevalier de la Tour Landry ed. A. de Montaiglon (Paris 1854).
  • H1.*84x: Albertanus of Brescia, known as Causidicus [c1190–after 1250]
    VL 1. 151–4; DBI 1. 669.
    De consolatione et consilio, French adaptation by Renaud de Louhans as Livre de Melibee et de dame Prudence ed. J. Burke Severs in Sources and Analogues of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, ed. W. F. Bryan & G. Dempster (London 1941), 568–614.
  • H1.*88: L'Imaginacion de vraye noblesse unpr.; H. L. R. Edwards, Skelton. The Life and Times of an early Tudor poet (London 1949), 58.
  • H1.?*89: Lancelot ed. A. Micha (Geneva 1978–83). [The early printed editions likely to be Lancelot du Lac: pr. (in three parts) Rouen 1488 (I & II), Paris 1488 (III) (Goff L33; CIBN L29–30), &c. Editions include the Vulgate Lancelot and adds the Queste del Saint Graal and the Mort le Roi Artu, as set out in note on H1.36.]
  • H1.?*91 (`le bon roy Alexandre'): Historia de proeliis, French tr. as La vraie ystoire dou bon roi Alixandre ed. A. Hilka (Halle 1920); Woledge 4.
  • H1.*92 (1270–1380): Chroniques de France ed. P. Paris (Paris 1836–8); ed. J. Viard (Paris 1920–53).
  • H1.*93: L'Estoire del Saint Graal ed. H. O. Sommer, The Vulgate Version of the Arthurian Romances (Washington, DC, 1908–1916), vol. 1.
  • H1.*93x: La Mort le roi Artu ed. J. Frappier (Geneva 19643). The text is often accompanied by Queste del Saint Graal: ed. A. Pauphilet (Paris 1923).
  • H1.*94: La Destruction de Thebes pr. as La bataille et destruction de ceaulx de la cite de Thebes, Paris, without date; Woledge, 78, 165.
  • H1.¶95: P. Terentius Afer (Terence) [c195–159 BC]
    Comoediae, French tr. in prose attrib. Guillaume Rippe, French tr. in verse attrib. Gilles Cybille pr. together, Paris, c. 1500 (Goff T106, Macfarlane 152), &c.; Chavy, 1353; Lucas, 246–7.
  • H1.¶96: Vincent of Beauvais OP [1189/94–c1264]
    French tr. as Le Miroir historial by Jean de Vignay ¶*pr. Paris 1495–6 (Macfarlane 42), &c.; Chavy, 1434.
  • H1.¶?*97: Rudimentum nouiciorum, French adaptation as La Mer des histoires pr. Paris 1488 (Goff R346), &c.; Chavy, 973.
  • H1.98: Speculum humanae saluationis, French tr. by Julien Macho as Le Mirouer de la redempcion de lumain lygnage pr. [Lyon] 1478 (Goff S661), &c.; Chavy, 1326.
  • H1.*99: Iacobus de Voragine (Iacopo da Varazze) OP [†1298]
    Legenda aurea, French tr. by Jean de Vignay, La legende doree pr. Lyon 1476, &c.; Chavy, 748.
  • H1.*100 (`les engues'): Francisco Ximenez OFM [?1340–1409], bishop of Elne and patriarch of Jerusalem
    D. J. Viera, Bibiografía anotada de la vida i obra de Francesc Eiximenis (Barcelona 1980).
    Libro de los sanctos angeles, French tr. as Le livre des sains angeles pr. Geneva 1478 (Goff X9), &c.; Chavy, 497–8.
  • H1.¶101: Aristotle [384–322 BC]
    L. Minio-Paluello in DSB 1. 267–81 (on tradition and influence). Indexing Aristotle's works presents difficulties at several levels. He wrote a great deal. The sources provide evidence at different periods for the Greek text, multiple Latin translations from Arabic and from Greek, groupings of individual works under familiar medieval titles, and a wide range of pseudonymous texts. The descriptions provided by the sources are often imprecise, especially as to which Latin translation was recorded. Since the sixteenth century scholarly interest has focused on the Greek text rather than on versions current in the middle ages. Only in recent decades has Aristoteles Latinus attempted to document the Latin versions current at different times, but its progress with editions has been slow. Recently Aristoteles Latinus Database (ALD) has provided complementary material. Since 1971 a separate series Aristoteles Semito-Latinus has aimed to edit translations from Arabic. Where neither is not available, one must have recourse either to major sixteenth-century printings of Latin (in cases where they print the medieval versions) or to the earliest printed editions that may themselves have been documented by our sources. The resulting index is inevitably uneven. Thanks to Pieter de Leemans for his advice.
    Politica, French tr. by Nicolas Oresme pr. Paris 1489 (GW 2449); ed. A. D. Menut (New York, NY, 1967–70); Chavy, 103. The translation also includes the ps. Aristotelian Oeconomica.
  • H1.102 (`Marcus Tullius'): M. Tullius Cicero [106–43 BC]
    Opera
  • H1.103a: Raoul Lefèvre [fl. 1460]
    Les fais et prouesses du chevalier Jason pr. [Brugge c. 1475] (CIBN L85), &c.; ed. G. Pinkernell, L'Histoire de Jason: eine Roman aus der 15. Jahrhundert (Frankfurt 1971).
  • H1.103b: Honoré Bouvet [fl. 1378–1398], prior of Selonnet
    L'Arbre des batailles (1387) ed. E. Nys (Brussels 1883); H. Biu in RHT new ser. 2 (2007) 211–49.
  • H1.*104 (`le dialogue maistre Alain'): Alain Chartier [c. 1385–1433]
    Le livre de l'espérance ed. F. Rouy (Paris 1989).
  • H1.†106 (`speculum de confessione', anon.): Antonius de Butrio [c1338–1408]
    DBI 3. 540–43.
    Speculum de confessione pr. Vicenza 1476 (GW 5828), &c.
  • H1.107a (`fables de Ysopet'): Aesop [6th cent. BC]
    Fabulae, French tr. various versions ed. J. Bastin & P. Ruelle (Paris 1929–82); ed. K. McKenzie & W. A. Oldfather (Urbana, IL, 1919); Chavy, 518–23.
  • H1.107b: Christine de Pisan [1365–1429/30]
    Epistre Othea pr. Paris 1490; ed. G. Parussa (Geneva 1999); G. Mombello, La tradizione manoscritta dell' Epistre Othea di Christine de Pisan. Prolegomeni all' edizione del testo (Turin 1967).
  • H1.¶108: Alain Chartier [c. 1385–1433]
    Les fais, dis et ballades pr. Paris [not after 1494] (GW 6558); contents described by J. C. Laidlaw, The Poetical Works of Alain Chartier (Cambridge 1974), 142–4.
  • H1.109: Martin le Franc [†1461]
    Le champion des dames pr. [Lyon c. 1488] (Goff F277), &c.; Book I, ed. A. Piaget (Lausanne 1968).
  • H1.110: Boethius, Anicius Manlius Torquatus Severinus [c480–524]
    Philosophiae consolatio, French tr. attributed to Charles, duc d'Orléans pr. [?Geneva c. 1481] (GW 4581); Chavy, 237; Lucas, 232–3.
  • H1.¶112: Jehan Boutillier [†1395/6]
    La Somme rural pr. Bruges 1479 (GW 4967), &c.; G. van Dievoet, Jehan Boutillier en de Somme rural (Leuven 1951).
  • H1.*113 (`uita et gesta Willelmi ducis Normannorum', exc.): Orderic Vitalis OSB [1075–c1143]
    Historia ecclesiastica ed. M. M. Chibnall, OMT (1969–80).
  • H1.¶114: Huon de Villeneuve [13th cent.]
    Doon de Meyence ed. A. Pey (Paris 1859); ed. J. Mauclere (Paris 1937).
  • H1.115: M. Tullius Cicero [106–43 BC]
    De officiis, French tr. by Anjorrant Bourré pr. Lyon 1493/4 (GW 6976), &c.; Chavy, 256, 352; Lucas, 237. Or French tr. by David Miffant: pr. Paris [c. 1500] (GW 6978), &c.; Chavy, 352; Lucas, 237.
  • H1.¶?*116: Galien restauré pr. Paris 1500 (Macfarlane 63); Woledge, 63.
  • H1.*117 (`carte'): Statuta Angliae manuscript collections vary, but most begin with Magna carta; for example, CUL MS Dd. 10. 28 (s. xiv), Baker, English Legal Manuscripts, xxii–xxiv. In print, Magna carta cum statutis, pr. by R. Pynson, London 1508 &c. (STC 9266–73). [See also under Magna carta, Statuta noua.]
  • H1.120: Charles Soillot [1432–?]
    Le débat de félicité (1462) pr. Antwerp [c. 1490].
  • H1.121: Ars moriendi, French tr. by Guillaume Tardif as Lart de bien mourir pr. Paris 1492 (Macfarlane 18); Chavy, 111.
  • H1.?*122: Jean d'Arras [14th cent.]
    Mélusine et Raymondin pr. Geneva 1478 (CIBN J150), &c.: ed. L. Stouff (Dijon 1932); ed. J.-J. Vincensi (Paris 2003); Woledge 84.
  • H1.123 (in French): `Sir John Mandeville'
    Voyage d'outre mer ed. G. F. Warner, Roxburghe Club 119 (1889); Dean 341.

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