SHORT BATCH DESIGNATION: CE ID #AHA6129 TITLE: An Old English Miscellany ED. Richard Morris PUBLISHED: Early English Text Society 49 (1872) SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS En-face? YES, some items contain parallel versions on facing pages. KEY AND CODE THE FOLLOWING PAGES: 1. Title page (front and back) = IMAGES 00000003.tif-00000004.tif 2. Main text = pp. 1-200 = IMAGES 00000017.tif-00000216.tif 3. Appendices II-III = pp. 210-232 = IMAGES 00000226.tif-00000248.tif STRUCTURE Note: a helpful guide to the structure of this book is contained in the table of contents on pp. v-vi. <FRONT> contains only the title page. <BODY> contains the main text and the two appendices. <DIV1>s with TYPE="item" are used to record the first two (unnumbered) selections (Bestiary, Old Kentish Sermons), as well as the 31 items numbered with roman numerals (I-XXXI), Appendix II, and Appendix III. <DIV2>s ... with TYPE="version" are used to record variant versions of the same item, e.g. Text I and Text II of items XV, XX, XXI, XXII, XIII, XXIV, XXV. Item XV: "Text I" on even-numbered pages 102-130; "Text II" on odd-numbered pages 103-131 and all pp. 132-138. Items XX-XXV: Caligula MS version on even-numbered pages Jesus College version on odd-numbered pages ... with TYPE="chapter" are used to record the larger divisions of the Bestiary (first item in the book): the divisions by kind of animal: Lion, pp. 1-2 Eagle, pp. 3-4 Serpent, pp. 5-8 Ant, pp. 8-10 Hart, pp. 10-12 Fox, pp. 12-15 Spider, pp. 15-16 Whale, pp. 16-18 Mermaid (Siren), pp. 18-19 Elephant, pp. 19-22 Turtledove, pp. 22-23 Panther, pp. 23-25 Dove, p. 25. ... with TYPE="sermon" are used to record the various "Old Kentish Sermons" (the second item in the book): Sermon for epiphany, pp. 26-29 Sermon for the 2nd Sunday after the Octave of Epiphany, pp.29-30 Sermon for the 3rd Sunday after the Ocatve of Epiphany, pp.31-32 Sermon for the 4th Sunday after the Octave of Epiphany, pp.32-33 Sermon for Sexagesima Sunday, pp. 33-36 ... with TYPE="section" are used to record the various sections supplied with headings, e.g. in item I (heading for "prologus" p. 37, "passyun" p. 38 "Her is hwon..." p. 53) <DIV3>s should be needed rarely, e.g. for the heading-supplied sections (TYPE="section") of the Bestiary (first item in the book). <LG>s are used whenever a true stanzaic layout appears, e.g. in III, VI, X, XV, XVI, XVII, etc. Record stanza numbers as the value of the "N" attribute of the <LG> tag, as usual. MILESTONES Folio references appear in square brackets in the margins, like this: [leaf 225] = <MILESTONE UNIT="folio" N="225"> [leaf 225, back] = <MILESTONE UNIT="folio" N="225b"> [leaf 226] = <MILESTONE UNIT="folio" N="226"> [leaf 226, back] = <MILESTONE UNIT="folio" N="226b"> [fol. 17 b.] = <MILESTONE UNIT="folio" N="17b"> Sometimes they are keyed to the text by an asterisk, like this: [*leaf 264 b.] = <MILESTONE UNIT="folio" N="264b"> [*leaf 265] = <MILESTONE UNIT="folio" N="265"> [* leaf 10 a.] = <MILESTONE UNIT="folio" N="10a"> [* leaf 10 b.] = <MILESTONE UNIT="folio" N="10b"> [* Fol. 131.] = <MILESTONE UNIT="folio" N="131"> [* Fol. 131 b.] = <MILESTONE UNIT="folio" N="131b"> NOTES Most of the notes are standard footnotes (or occasionally marginal notes), tied to the text by superscripted reference numbers. Treat these as usual with <NOTE PLACE="foot"> (or <NOTE PLACE="marg">) inserted in the text in place of the reference number.