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From Venice to Port Haifa by the sea
William Wey, Itineraries to Jerusalem: Part I only (Parts II and III in Latin) — 352 lines in couplets
Note: For a text with many similar lines see 1613.
Author(s): William Wey
Title(s): Itineraries to Jerusalem
Subjects: travel poems
Versification: — two-line — aa



Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: Oxford, Bodleian Library Bodley 565 (SC 2351), ff. 8-13v
First Lines:
ffro Venyse to port Iaff by the fee
Hyt ys ii M myle & hundrys thre…
Last Lines:
…By sydys thys place and sum what nye
An Angyl bade Ioseph to hye
Note: Ends imperfectly.
Attributed Title: In this boke conteynyd ys the way to Ierusalem and the holy placys in that sam contre (f. 8)
Editions:
Williams, G., ed. The Itineraries of William Wey, Fellow of Eton College, to Jerusalem, AD 1458 and AD 1462; and To Saint James of Compostella, AD 1456. 2 vols. Roxburghe Club 76, 88. London, 1857, 1867: 1.18-19.
Meech, Sanford Brown, and Hope Emily Allen, eds. The Book of Margery Kempe. EETS o.s. 212 (1940); repr. 1961: 284.