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  1. (f. 1r-6v) The Legend of Pope Gregory
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  2. (f. 6Ar / f.6Av) (onglet étroit)
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  3. (f. 7ra-13vb) The King of Tars
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  4. (E f. 1ra-2vb; f. 14ra-16rb) The Life of Adam and Eve
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  5. (f. 16rb-21ra) Seynt Mergrete
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  6. (f. 21ra-24vb) Seynt Katerine
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  7. (f. 25ra-31vb) St Patrick's Purgatory
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  8. (f. 31vb-35ra onglet) þe Desputisoun Bitven þe Bodi and þe Soule
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  9. (f. ?35rb-?37rb or 37va onglet) The Harrowing of Hell
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  10. (f. ?37rb or 37va onglet-38vb) The Clerk who would see the Virgin
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  11. (f. 39ra-?48rb onglet) Speculum Gy de Warewyke
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  12. (f. ?48rb onglet-?61va onglet) Amis and Amiloun
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  13. (f. ?61Ava onglet-65vb) The Life of St Mary Magdalene
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  14. (f. 65vb-69va) The Nativity and Early Life of Mary
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  15. (f. 70ra-72ra) On the Seven Deadly Sins
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  16. (f. 72ra-?72rb or ?72va onglet) The Paternoster
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  17. (f. ?72rb or ?72va onglet-78ra) The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin
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  18. (f. 78rb-?84rb onglet) Sir Degare
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  19. (f. ?84rb onglet-99vb) The Seven Sages of Rome, version I
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  20. (f. 100ra-104vb) Floris and Blancheflour
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  21. (f. 105ra-105rb) The Sayings of the Four Philosophers
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  22. (f. 105v-107r) The Battle Abbey Roll
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  23. f.107Ar / f.107Av (onglet étroit)
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  24. (f. 108ra-146vb) Guy of Warwick (version à rimes plates)
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  25. (f. 145vb-167rb) Guy of Warwick (version en strophes)
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  26. (f. 167rb-175vb) Reinbroun
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  27. (f. 176ra-201ra) Sir Beues of Hamtoun
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  28. (f. 201rb-256vb) Of Arthour and of Merlin
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  29. (f. 256vb-256A onglet étroit) þe Wenche þat Loved þe King
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  30. (f. 256A onglet-259rb) A Peniworþ of Witt
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  31. (f. 259rb-260vb) How Our Lady's Sauter was First Found
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  32. (f. 261ra-262A onglet étroit) Lay le Freine
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  33. (f. ?262va onglet-267vb) Roland and Vernagu
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  34. (f. 268ra-277vb) Otuel a knight
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  35. (L f.1ra-vb; S A.15 f.1ra-2vb; L f.2ra-vb; f. 278-9) Kyng Alisaunder
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  36. (f. 279va-vb) The thrush and the nightingale
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  37. (f. 280ra) The Sayings of St Bernard
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  38. (f. 280rb-280vb) Dauid þe King
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  39. (f. 281ra-299A [onglet étroit]) Sir Tristrem
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  40. (f. 299A [onglet]-303ra) Sir Orfeo
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  41. (f. 303rb-303vb) The Four Foes of Mankind
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  42. (f. 304ra-317rb) Chronicle of the Brute, en vers
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    how Ingelond first bigan;
    then mow it find in Englische,
    as the Brout it telleth y wis…
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  43. (f. 317va-323vb) Horn Childe and Maiden Rimnild
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  44. (f. 324ra-325vb) Alphabetical Praise of Women
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  45. (f. 326; E f.3ra-vb; S R.4 f.1ra-2vb; E f.4ra-vb; f.327) King Richard ou Richard Coeur de Lyon, version courte
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  46. (f. 328r-334v) þe Simonie
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Description matérielle

Copiste:Inconnu
Lieu: 
Date:Années 1330
Nombre de feuillets:334
Foliotation:1-334
Format:250 × 190 mm
Support:Parchemin
Reliure:Moderne (1971)
Mise en page:2 colonnes de 44 lignes
Décoration:Plusieurs miniatures mais la majorité ont été découpées
Notes:Feuillets manquants entre les f. 99 et 100 (un cahier), 175 et 176, 277 et 278, 323 et 324, 327 et 328

Possesseurs

Alexander Boswell, Lord Auchinleck (1706-1782), qui l'offre en 1744 à l'Advocates' Library d'Édimbourg

Bibliographie

  • Sir Tristrem; a metrical romance of the thirteenth century; by Thomas of Ercildoune, called The Rhymer. Edited from the Auchinleck MS. by Walter Scott. The fourth edition, Edinburgh, Constable and Co.; London, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1819, cxxvi + 401 p. (ici p. cvii-cxxvi) [GB] [IA]
    Éditions antérieures:
    • Sir Tristrem; a metrical romance of the thirteenth century; by Thomas of Ercildoune, called The Rhymer. Edited from the Auchinleck MS. by Walter Scott, Edinburgh, Ballantyne; Edinburgh, Constable and Co.; London, Longman and Rees, 1804, cxxvii + 353 + xxv p. [GB] [IA]
    • Sir Tristrem; a metrical romance of the thirteenth century; by Thomas of Ercildoune, called The Rhymer. Edited from the Auchinleck MS. by Walter Scott. The third edition, Edinburgh, Constable and Co.; London, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1811, cxxvi + 401 p. [GB] [IA]
    Réimpression:
    • Nombreuses rééditions dans The Works of Walter Scott, publiées à partir de 1806.
  • Kölbing, E., « Vier Romanzen-Handschriften », Englische Studien, 7, 1884, p. 177-201. (ici p. 178-191) [GB] [IA: ex. 1, ex. 2, ex. 3] [HT]
  • Sir Tristrem, edited by George P. McNeill, Edinburgh et London, Blackwood and Sons for The Scottish Text Society, 1886, xlviii + 148 p. (ici p. xxviii-xxix) [GB] [IA]
  • Loomis, Roger Sherman, « The Auchinleck manuscript and a possible London bookshop of 1330-1340 », Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, 57:3, 1942, p. 595-627. [Jstor] DOI: 10.2307/458763
  • Walpole, Ronald N., « The source MS of Charlemagne and Roland and the Auchinleck bookshop », Modern Language Notes, 60:1, 1945, p. 22-26. [Jstor] DOI: 10.2307/2911010
  • Weiss, Judith, « The Auchinleck MS. and the Edwardes MSS. », Notes and Queries, n. s., 16:12, 1969, p. 444-446. [www] DOI: 10.1093/nq/16-12-444
  • The Auchinleck Manuscript: National Library of Scotland Advocates' MS 19.2.1, with an introduction by Derek Pearsall and I. C. Cunningham, London, 1977.
  • Shonk, T., « A study of the Auchinleck manuscript: bookmen and bookmaking in the early fourteenth century », Speculum, 60, 1985, p. 71–91.
  • Hanna, Ralph, « Reconsidering the Auchinleck manuscript », New Directions in Later Medieval Manuscript Studies, éd. Derek Pearsall, Woodbridge, 2000, p. 91-102.
  • The Auchinleck Manuscript [www]
Rédaction: David Burnley et Alisson Wiggins
Dernière mise à jour: 2 mai 2018