Medieval English Prose for Women: Selections from the Katherine Group and Ancrene Wisse

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LIST OF PROPER NAMES
AbrahamA7 128/25.
Absalonesgen. Absalom A7 120/26.
AdamHM 8/17, A7 112/16.
Aduent Advent A8 130/26.
Alixandresgen. AlexanderA7 120/30.
Alle Halhene Dei Feast of All Saints (1 November) A8 130/18.
Andrewsgen.;Seint -- Dei Feast of St Andrew (30 November) A8 130/19.
Antioche Antioch SW46/4, 18.
Antiochesgen. SM82/27. Antioche dat. SM50/2.
Apocalipse Book of Revelations A7 118/ 19, 122/15.
Armenie Armenia SM76/29.
Asaelesgen. Asahel A7 120/28.
Assumptiun Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin (15 August) A8 130/ 17.
Asye AsiaSM46/18.
Aue Hail MaryA8 148/23, Aue Marie SW108/18, Aue MariaA8 144/24.
Auezpl. A8 142/18.
Austin, Seint St Augustine HM24/20, A7 112/2, 118/4.

Babilonesgen. Babylon HM2/24, 4/7, SM72/30.

Belzebub Beelzebub SM64/28.
Bernard, Seint St Bernard A7 110/22, BeornardA8 148/5.
Caplimet (perhaps modern Limenia; see Mack 44/31 n.) SM76/30.
Cecille, Seint St Cecilia HM40/20.
Cesaresgen. Caesar AugustusA7 120/30.
Clete,SW82/28.
Complie Compline A8 146/30.
Condelmeasse Dei Candlemas Day, Feast of the Purification (2 February) A8 130/13.
Creasusegen. Croesus A7 120/25.
Credo Creed A8 144/24.
Crist Christ HM12/26, 28/15, 30, SM 64/34 etc., SW108/15, A7 112/24, 116/ 30, A8 134/24. Cristesgen. HM42/18, SM46/14, 64/8, 76/29. Cristdat. HM 10/7, CristeSM44/7, 46/29, -- to wurðmund to Christ's honour SM60/ 20, -- to wurðmuntSM76/19. See also Iesu.
Cristendom Christianity HM28/30.
Cristeneadj. pl. Christian SM44/17, A8 144/28.

Dauið DavidHM 2/2 etc., SM76/18, A7 116/1. Dauiðesgen. SM74/22.

Domesdei Judgement Day SM56/12.
Drihtin God, the Lord HM18/25, SM 44/4 etc.Drihtenesgen. SM68/15, DrihtinesSM72/24 etc., A8 146/25.
EasterA8 130/14, 24, -- Dei Easter Day A8 130/15.
Efterliðe July SM82/34.
ElizabethHM40/7.
Englischn. English HM32/28, EnglisSM 82/34. Englischeadj. dat. HM2/27.
Enneis, Seinte St Agnes HM40/19.
Eue Eve HM8/17, gen. A8 138/1.
Feader (God the) Father SM72/26, 74/ 11, A8 144/25, 148/17, FederSW108/ 11. Feaderesgen. SM (heading), SW (heading), A7 126/18, FedresSM44/ 19.
Freres friars; -- Meonurs Franciscans A8 134/8, -- Preachurs Dominicans A8 134/8.
Fridahespl. Fridays A8 130/25.

GabrielHM40/3.

Giwerie Jewry; 1 -- with the Jews A7 116/ 23, 24.
Giwspl. Jews A7 124/16, GiusSM48/16.
Giwesgen. sg. A7 124/32. Giwenegen. pl. A7 116/25.
Godd God HM6/1 etc., SM46/8 etc., SW 86/27 etc., A7 110/11 etc., A8 132/19 etc. Godesgen. HM2/3 etc., SM44/10 etc., SW86/20 etc., A7 112/5 etc., A8 132/18 etc.Godedat. A8 144/9.
Godspel the Gospel SW86/3, A7 112/30, 114/33, 122/12.
Gregoire, Sein, St Gregory A7 112/8, 126/36.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • List of Abbreviations ix
  • Introduction xi
  • Further Reading xxxix
  • A Note on the Texts and Translations xli
  • Texts 1
  • Hali Meiðhad - Epistel of Meidenhad Meidene Froure 2
  • A Letter on Virginity - A Letter on Virginity for the Encouragement of Virgins 3
  • Seinte Margarete 44
  • Saint Margaret 45
  • Sawles Warde I Þe Feaderes Ant I Þe Sunes Ant I Þe Hali Gastes Nome, | Her Biginneð 'sawles Warde'. 86
  • The Custody of the Soul 87
  • Ancrene Wisse, Part 7 110
  • Guide for Anchoresses, Part 7 111
  • Ancrene Wisse, Part 8 130
  • Guide for Anchoresses, Part 8 131
  • Textual Commentary 150
  • Glossary 166
  • List of Proper Names 217
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