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Father and Son and Holy Ghost / As Thou art Lord of mights most
Sydrac and Boctus (longer version), translated from the French by Hugh of Campeden — about 22,250 lines in couplets
Note: For the abridged version see 2147; see also Boccus and Sydrake, c. 1532 (STC 3186-7), and cf. Bülbring (1902).
Author(s): Hugh Campeden
Title(s): Sydrac and Boctus
Subjects: catechisms, scientific and biblical lore; instructional verse; doctrine, religious; translations
Versification: — two-line
Bibliographic Ghosts: Princeton, Princeton University Library Taylor Medieval 3 [olim Morent’s Court, Kent, Meyerstein, Sotheby’s 17 Dec. 1952, lot 466]: see 3465



Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: London, British Library Harley 4294, ff. 1-79v
First Lines:
If þat þou vndestonde can
Haþ vij chambrez and no moo…
Last Lines:
…Þere þei begon þe toure to diȝt
Þat sanke from hem euery nyȝt
Note: Begins and ends imperfectly.
2.Source: London, British Library Lansdowne 793, f. 1
Editions:
Nichols Jr., Robert E., ed. “Sidrak and Bokkus Now First Edited from MS Lansdowne 793.” Diss. University of Washington, 1966. DAI 27.185A.
Burton, Tom L., ed. Sidrak and Bokkus. 2 vols. EETS o.s. 311, 312 (1998-1999).