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DIMEV 2951
Job down the hill he set
A charm for chancre, with Latin instructions for its use — four lines
Note: For three related prose versions, see Gray (1974), 64-5. Cf. 2952.
Subjects: charms
Versification: — two-line — aa
Macaronic: Latin



Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: Cambridge UK, Trinity College O.2.13 (1117), f. 114
Transcription:
Job doun the hull he sete
ix wormys hym ete
iij were blake & iij were whyte And iij were reede
& all þe wormys schole be dede
In nomine patris & ffilii et spiritus Job doun the hull he sete
ix wormys hym ete
iij were blake & iij were whyte And iij were reede
& all þe wormys schole be dede
In nomine patris & ffilii et spiritus sancti
Attributed Title: ffor the Cankere a good charme (f. 114)