Epic and Chronicle: The Poema de Mio Cid and the Craonica de Veinte Reyes

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APPENDIX B

A TRANSCRIPTION OF THE PROSIFICATION
OF THE PMC
FOUND IN MANUSCRIPT N OF THE CVR
There follows a transcription of the prosification of the PMC found in N, the oldest and best of the manuscripts of the CVR. The text of N has been transcribed in full without editorial interference, except in the instances mentioned below. Thus, the minor inconsistencies of spelling and language of the type found in most chronicle manuscripts are faithfully conveyed here, although this particular manuscript is well composed. It contains very few poor readings, and it is never nonsensical. References to the folios of N are given at the side of the text; a and b refer to the columns of the recto, c and d to the columns of the verso.In the transcription capital letters and lower case letters and punctuation are according to modern practice, except that the written stress accent is not used. Otherwise, the precise spelling of the manuscript has been respected, except for the following cases:
1. Consonantal u has been changed to v.
2. Final s and z can be difficult to differentiate in the script. Therefore, modern practice has been followed. In particular, surnames have been standardized to end in z, where it is uncertain whether s or z was originally intended.
3. The abbreviations of N have been expanded, and the letters added are italicized in the text. The additions follow the spelling of the particular word when this is found in full elsewhere in the manuscript. There are just a few exceptions to this, cited immediately below.
4. Om̅e, om̅s are never found except in shortened form. They have been expanded to omne, omnes.
5. Ihū Xpō, xpianos (or minor variations) are also never found in expanded form in the manuscript. They have been transcribed as Ihesu Christo, christianos.

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