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DIMEV 2522
In Isopes further to proceed
Aesop’s fable of the wolf and the crane, translated by Lydgate — fourteen rhyme royal stanzas
Author(s): Aesop; John Lydgate
Title(s): How the wollffe discyvyd the crane
Subjects: fables; translations
Versification: — seven-line — ababbcc



Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: Cambridge UK, Trinity College R.3.19 (599), ff. 235-236
First Lines:
In Isopus forther to proced
towchynge the vyce of wnkyndnesse…
Last Lines:
…his kyndenes maneshed hym as I fynde
this fall applyinge a gayn folke that be wnkynde finis
Attributed Author: John Lydgat wryten by John Stow (f. 236)
Attributed Title: How the wollffe discyvyd the crane Isopus translatyd by John Lydgat (f. 235)