The Harley Lyrics

Herfordshire (United Kingdom) — Late 13th century – first half of the 14th century

The Harley Lyrics

The Harley Lyrics

Alternative Titles:
  • Harley 2253
  • Henri d'Acre: Miscellany of secular and religious lyrics
  • Miscellany of English, French, and Latin works
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Codicology
Alternative Titles
Harley 2253
Henri d'Acre: Miscellany of secular and religious lyrics
Miscellany of English, French, and Latin works
Size / Format
142 folios / 29.0 x 19.0 cm
Date
Late 13th century – first half of the 14th century
Style
Script
Gothic; Gothic cursive
Illustrations
Red colored initials
Content
Collection of hagiographical texts in Anglo-Norman French (ff. 1r-48v); Miscellany of texts including secular and religious lyrics in English, Anglo-Norman, and Latin, also known as the 'Harley Lyrics' (ff. 49r-142v)
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1 available facsimile edition(s) of „The Harley Lyrics“

Facsimile of British Museum MS. Harley 2253 Facsimile

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Facsimile of British Museum MS. Harley 2253 Facsimile

1 volume: This facsimile is not complete.
Commentary
1 volume by Neil Ker Ripley
More Information
Reproduction of the folios 1r-48v, 141rv and 142v of the original document as detailed as possible (scope, format, colors). The binding may not correspond to the original or current document binding.
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