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DIMEV 6062
NIMEV 3799.8
Tread eke thee kenneth / Sunday what letter on runneth
Verse within Henry Daniel’s Liber Uricrisiarum or Dome of Urines, in Book II, chapter 6 — four couplets of very rough meter
Subjects: calendars; medicine
Versification: — two-line — aa



Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: San Marino, CA, Henry Huntington Library HM 505 [olim Phillipps 10603], f. 60v
Transcription:
Tred eke the kennyth
Sonday whate letter on rennyth
Et in whate yere
of the of þe solcield wythowtyn any were
fferste daye of þe yere
flette the threde forthe pryk to the nere
Et at the ferthe
Lope-yere while þou lyuist in erthe
Note: Written as prose around a circular table, with colophon, ‘Nascitur proprie Nos et Garlandus’ (f. 60v)/
Editions:
Hanna, Ralph, ed. “The Index of Middle English Verse and Huntington Library Collections: A Checklist of Addenda.” Publications of the Bibliographical Society of America 74 (1980): 235-58: 254.