Lybeaus Desconus: Bibliography

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Lybeaus Desconus: Bibliography

by: Eve Salisbury (Editor), James Weldon (Editor)
from: Lybeaus Desconus  2013

Manuscripts Indicating Folio Placements of Lybeaus Desconus

London, British Library, MS Cotton Caligula A.ii, fols. 42vb–57rb (C)

Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Ashmole 61 (Bodleian 6922), fols. 38v–59v (A)

London, British Library, MS Additional 27879 (Percy Folio, 2:404; fols. 156v–171r) (P)

London, Lambeth Palace, MS 306, fols. 73r–107r (L)

London, Lincoln’s Inn, MS 150, fols. 1 and 4r–12v (LI)

Naples, Biblioteca Nazionale, MS XIII.B.29, pp. 87–113 (N)


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