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John Lydgate's Fall of PrincesNarrative Tragedy in its Literary and Political Contexts$

Nigel Mortimer

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John Lydgate's Fall of Princes
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Bibliography references:

I. Manuscripts

Cambridge, Cambridge University Library

MS Ee. ii. 17 Duke Humphrey’s Giles of Rome (De regimine) fragment and Vegetius

MS Ff. i. 6 Fall of Princes extracts (‘The Findern MS’)

MS Ff. ii. 29 Bury ‘Registrum rubeum’ (Cratfield’s abbacy)

MS Ii. iii. 21 Chaucer’s copy of Boethius’ Consolation of Philosophy

MS Ii. vi. 39 Fragmentary English translation of Petrarch’s De remediis

MS L1. ii. 8 De casibns A-version Cambridge, Corpus Christi College

MS 40 Petrarch, De remediis Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum

MS McClean 182 Fall extracts; Serpent of Division Cambridge, Gonville and Caius College

MS 113 Bury copy of Giles of Rome, De regimine Cambridge, Magdalene College

MS Pepys 2006 MS Pepys 2011 Serpent of Division Siege of Thebes; Fall extract Cambridge, Pembroke College

MS 42* MS 105* Bury copy of Ambrose Bury copy of Valerius

MS 119* Anticlaudianus

MS 158* Simon Burley’s copy of the De regimine Cambridge, Peterhouse

MS 133 Petrarch, De remediis (quotation) Cambridge, Sidney Sussex College

(p.297) MS 102 Bury copy of Bede Cambridge, St John’s College

MS 223 Fall extracts Cambridge, Trinity College

MS R. 3. 19 Fall of Princes extracts; Chaucer

MS R. 3. 20 Fall of Princes extracts

MS R. 3. 50 Curteys’s copy of the Aeneid Florence, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana

MS Plut. 49, 18 Salutati’s copy of Cicero’s letters Geneva, Bibliothèque publique et universitaire

MS fr. 190 Des Cas des nobles hommes et femmes B-version Glasgow, Glasgow University Library

MS Hunterian 7 Bury copy of Gower’s Confessio Amantis

MS Hunterian 208 Des Cas des nobles hommes et femmes B-version

MSS Hunterian 371–2 Des Cas des nobles hommes et femmes B-version Harvard University, Houghton Library

MS Eng. 530 Serpent of Division London, British Library

MS Additional 7096 Bury Register (Curteys vol. II)

MS Additional 11696 Des Cas des nobles hommes et femmes A-version

MS Additional 14848 Bury Register (Curteys vol. I)

MS Additional 18750 Des Cas des nobles hommes et femmes B-version

MS Additional 21410 Fall of Princes

MS Additional 29729 Fall of Princes extracts

MS Additional 34360 Lydgate anthology

MS Additional 35321 Des Cas des nobles hommes et femmes B-version

MSS Additional 35322–3 Cent nouvelles

MS Additional 39659 Fall of Princes

(p.298) MS Additional 48031 Serpent of Division

MS Cotton Nero E. v Decrees of the Council of Constance

MS Cotton Tiberius B. IX Bury Register (Cratfield and Excetre)

MS Egerton 2402 Cavendish, Metrical Visions (autograph)

MS Harley 172 Fall of Princes extracts

MS Harley 367 Fall of Princes extracts

MS Harley 621 Des Cas des nobles hommes et femmes A-version

MS Harley 978 Marie de France, Lais and Fables

MS Harley 1245 Fall of Princes

MS Harley 1706 Lydgate anthology

MS Harley 1766 Fall of Princes

MS Harley 2202 Fall of Princes extracts

MS Harley 2251 Fall of Princes extracts

MS Harley 2255 Fall of Princes extracts

MS Harley 3426 Duke Humphrey’s copy of translated Plutarch’s Lives

MS Harley 3486 Fall of Princes

MS Harley 3565 De casibus A-version

MS Harley 4011 Fall of Princes extracts

MS Harley 4197 Fall of Princes

MS Harley 4203 Fall of Princes

MS Lansdowne 699 Fall of Princes extracts

MS Royal 8 C. IV Bury copy of Legenda aurea (fragment)

MS Royal II B. III Bury collection

MS Royal 12 C. VI Bury collection; Secreta

MS Royal 14 E. V Des Cas des nobles hommes et femmes B-version

MS Royal 18 B. XXXI Fall of Princes

MS Royal 18 D. IV Fall of Princes

MS Royal 18 D. V Fall of Princes

MS Royal 18 D. VII Des Cas des nobles hommes et femmes B-version

(p.299) MS Royal 19 C. IV Duke Humphrey’s copy of Songe du Vergier

MS Royal 19 E. I Cent nouvelles

MS Royal 20 C. IV Des Cas des nobles hommes et femmes B-version

MS Sloane 1825 Fall of Princes extrac MS Sloane 2452 Fall of Princes (fragmentary text)

MS Sloane 2577 Catalogue of Lydgate’s works

MS Sloane 4031 Fall of Princes London, Westminster Cathedral Library

MS B. 2. 8 Register of Bishop William Alnwick Manchester, Chetham’s Library

MS 27929 Duke Humphrey’s copy of Salutati’s De fato et fortuna

MS Mun. A 3.131 Duke Humphrey’s anthology of Salutati texts Manchester University, John Rylands Library

MS Crawford English 2 Fall of Princes Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek

MS Gallicus 6 Des Cas des nobles hommes et femmes B-version New York, Pierpont Morgan Library

MS M. 4 Siege of Thebes, minor verse selections Oxford, Bodleian Library

MS Arch. Selden B. 10 Fall of Princes fragment

MS Arch. Selden B. 24 Chaucer, Troilus and Cressida

MS Ashmolc 59 Fall of Princes extract

MS Auct. F. 3. 3 Reading Abbey anthology of regiminal texts

MS Bodley 181 Giles of Rome, De regimine

MS Bodley 240 Bury miscellany

MS Bodley 263 Fall of Princes

MS Bodley 265 Des Cas des nobles hommes et femmes B-version

MS Bodley 294 Duke Humphrey’s copy of Confessio Amantis

MS Bodley 544 Giles of Rome, De regimine

MS Bodley 589 Giles of Rome, De regimine

MS Bodley 6S6 Chaucer, Canterbury Tales

(p.300) MS Bodley 716 Bury copy of Wyclif’s postilla on the New Testament

MS Digby 102 Verse anthology

MS Digby 181 Fall extract

MS Digby 233 Giles of Rome, De regimine

MS Douce 213 Cent nonvelles

MS Fairfax 16 Chaucer and Lydgate collection

MS Hatton 2 Fall of Princes

MS Hatton 73 Lydgate collection

MS Holkham Hall misc. 37 Guido delle Colonne

MS Lat. misc. d. 34 Duke Humphrey’s Boccaccio/Petrarch

MS Laud Misc. 702 Giles of Rome, De regimine

MS Laud Misc. 721 De casibus (extract)

MS e Musaeo 1 Fall of Princes

MS Rawlinson A. 338 English translation of Chartier’s he Traité de l’esperance

MS Rawlinson C. 448 Fall of Princes Oxford, All Souls College

MS 182 Letter from Henry V to abbot of Bury Oxford, Balliol College

MS 329 Lydgate selections Oxford, Corpus

MS 242 Fall of Princes Christi College

MS 243 Duke Humphrey’s copies of astrological texts Oxford, Lincoln College

MS Latin 32* MS 69* De casibus B-version Giles of Rome, De regimine Oxford, Magdalen College

MS 172 Bury copy of Geoffrey of Monmouth

MS 198 De casibus B-version

MS Lat. 37 Duke Humphrey’s copy of translated Plutarch’s Lives Oxford, New College

MS 263* De casibus B-version Oxford, Oriel College

MS 32 (membr.)* Duke Humphrey’s copy of Capgrave on Genesis Paris, Bibliothèque de l’Arsenal

(p.301) MS 5070 Philippe the Good’s copy of Cent nouvelles

MS 5193 Des Gas des nobles hommes et femmes B-version Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale

MS fonds anglais 39 Ghaucer, Canterbury Tales [‘paris’ MS]

MS fr. 226 Des Cas des nobles hommes et femmes B-version

MS fr. 231 Des Cas des nobles hommes et femmes B-version

MSS fr. 264–6 Bersuire’s translation of Livy

MS fr. 1120 Des cleres et nobles femmes

MS fr. 1122 Cent nouvelles

MS fr. 12421 Cent nouvelles

MS fr. 24289 Des Cas des nobles hommes et femmes A-version

MS lat. 5690 Petrarch’s copy of Livy

MS lat. 6498 Petrarch, De remediis

MS lat. 8537 Duke Humphrey’s copy of Cicero’s letters

MS lat. 10209 Duke Humphrey’s copy of Petrarch’s De remediis Paris, Bibliothèque Mazarine

MS 3880 Des Cas des nobles hommes et femmes extracts, A-version Paris, Bibliothèque Sainte-Geneviève

MS fr. 777 Duke Humphrey’s copy of Bersuire’s Livy Vatican, Biblioteca Apostolica

MS Capponi 14 Salutati’s copy of Giles of Rome Vaticana

MS Pal. lat. 1989 Cent nouvelles

MS Urb. lat. 694 Duke Humphrey’s copy of Salutati’s De laboribus Herculis

MS Vat. lat. 10669 Duke Humphrey’s copy of Decembrio’s translation of Plato’s Republic

the manuscript contents listed here only include those texts pertinent to study of Lydgate.

* denotes a manuscript deposited in the Bodleian Library or CUL.

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—— S. Albon und Amphabel, ein Legendenepos, ed. Carl Horstmann (Berlin, 1882).

—— Temple of Glas, ed. J. Schick, EETS ES 60 (1891).

—— Lydgate and Burgh’s Secrees of Old Philosoffres, ed. Robert Steele, EETS ES 66 (1894).

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—— Lydgate’s Fabula duorum mercatorum, ed. Julius Zupitza and G. Schleich (Strasburg, 1897).

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—— Troy Book, ed. H. Bergen, EETS ES 97, 103, 106, 126 (1906, 1908, 1910, 1935).

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—— (ed.), Chaucer and the Italian Trecento (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1983).

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—— ‘Lydgate Manuscripts: Some Directions for Future Research’, in Derek Pearsall (1983) (ed.), 15–26.

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