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agayne Alias Angelus Anna bame bere blisse bryng Caiaphas Cayme Cayph certis Corpus Christi Corpus Christi plays craft dede dere drede Edition erthe euere Extra fcap fadir fayne furth fynde goddis Gose graunte grete Harrowing of Hell haste haue Hayll Herod heuen hight ii Mil ilke Jesus jitt Judas knawe knyghtis kynde kyng late later hand lede lere leue liffe loke lorde maistir Maria Mary mekill Miles modir Moyses myght myne nere neuere noght nojt nyght pageant Pilate play praye Primus rede rime saie sail saue schall shulde Sir Pilate sone sorowe soth stanzas swilke synne ther Therfore thou thurgh thyng thynke trewe trowe tyme vn-to vnto wele wende wight wirke with-outen witte wolde wotte wroght wylle wyrke York
Sivu 526 - Tota pulchra es amica mea, et macula non est in te. 8 Veni de Libano, sponsa mea, veni de Libano, veni : coronaberis de capite Amana, de vertice Sanir et Hermon, de cubilibus leonum, de montibus pardorum.
Sivu lii - XLVI is that regular repetition (or iteration) of the last line of one stanza in the first line of the next, dear to the northern poets ; and there is a partial but decided iteration of link-words in the same manner in Plays VI, XIV, XXXII, XXXVI, XXXVII, XXXVIII.
Sivu lviii - ... glorious manner : moreover, a multitude of angels will be seen in a double rank, which presents a double prospect, one for the sun, the other for a palace, where will be seen six angels ringing of bells.
Sivu xvi - ... Converted to the new faith, the citizens would have liked to convert the plays too, and the margins of the manuscript bear witness to their efforts. But the task was a difficult one ; they were at their wits' end, and appealed to men more learned than they.
Sivu 373 - I dwellyd ther thryrty yeres and two, And som dele more, the sothe to say, In anger, pyne, and mekylle wo, I dyde on cros this day. Therfor tille helle now wille I go, To chalange that is myne, Adam, Eve, and othere mo, Thay shalle no longer dwelle in pyne ; The feynde theym wan withe trayn, Thrughe fraude of earthly fode, I have theym boght agan With shedyng of my blode. And now I wille that stede restore, Whiche the feynde felle fro for syn, Som tokyn wille I send before, Withe myrthe to gar thare...
Sivu xxviii - As to the beginning of the said gild, be it known that, once on a time, a play setting forth the goodness of the Lord's Prayer was played in the city of York; in which play all manner of vices and sins were held up to scorn, and the virtues were held up to praise.
Sivu lxviii - Owain Miles and other inedited fragments of ancient English poetry,
Sivu xxxiv - ... wapen, careynge tapers of ye pagentz. And officers yat ar keepers of the pees of payne of forfaiture of yaire fraunchis and yaire bodyes to prison : And all maner of craftmen yat bringeth furthe ther pageantez in order and coarse by good players, well arayed and openly spekyng, vpon payn of lesyng of Cs.