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The first day of the moon Adam / Our fore father to the…
Lunationes et Somnia or Somnia Danieli — 1282 lines.
Note: The Old French version occurs in London, British Library Royal 12 C.XII, Art. 25; and Worcester, Cathedral Lib. Q.61, f. 42v, printed by bad key, 21. For versions which prefix a short Prologue see 1593 and 3247; for prose versions see Lewis, Blake, and Edwards (1985) , 100, 337.
Title(s): Lunationes et Somnia ; Somnia Danieli
Subjects: dream visions; dreams, interpretation of



Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: London, British Library Harley 3725, f. 66
2.Source: London, British Library Royal 12 E.XVI, ff. 51v-53v
First Lines:
The furste of the moone adam our former fadyr to þis worlde came
That day ys good without synne all thyng to begyne…
Last Lines:
…To by & fyl & make weddyng to passe þe se & lete bloode
& to al oþer thyngis goode That þu wult by gyn than
Note: Two verse lines per manuscript line. Incomplete.