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DIMEV 6557
IMEV 4096.5
NIMEV TM 1950 | TP 2239
Who runneth over sea from place to place
On remaining of same mind in spite of changing place, translating,‘Caelum non animum mutat, qui trans mare currit’ — one couplet
Subjects: translations; aphorisms
Versification: — two-line — aa



Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: Durham, Durham University Library Cosin V.iii.9, f. 63
Transcription:
Whoo runnethe over see ffrom place to place
Though he chaunge place aire his mind is as yt was
Facsimiles:
Burrow, John, and A. I. Doyle, eds. Thomas Hoccleve: A Facsimile of the Autograph Verse Manuscripts. EETS s.s. 19 (2002).
Editions:
Furnivall, Frederick James, ed. Hoccleve’s Works: The Minor Poems. vol. 1. EETS e.s. 61 (1892); repr. with Gollancz (1925) 73; rev. J. Mitchell and A. Ian Doyle, 1970: 194.