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Receive the rentes of Rome when they are reckoned [3587]

But I will pass in pilgrimage this pas to Rome [3496]

Rest [3373]

With the rentes of Rome [3215]

Now we may revel and rest [3207]

And thus the hostage of Rome with Arthur is leved [3205]

He has been rebel to Rome and ridden their landes [2598]

In Rome there he regnes he is rich holden; [2597]

Now they raik to Rome the rediest wayes [2352]

Forthy shove they them to shew for skomfit of Rome. [2335]

So ye do my message menskfully at Rome [2322]

Two senatours we are [2314]

Closed in kestes clene unto Rome [2302]

That all the rich shall repent that to Rome longes [1679]

Of our rentes of Rome such revel he holdes [1667]

Shall he never sound see his seinoures in Rome [1577]

Til their rentes in Rome be rightwisly knowen. [1554]

Of Perse and Port Jaffe paynimes ynow [1544]

Of Perse and Port Jaffe full many pris knightes [1520]

He was a paynim of Perse that thus him persewed [1377]

That occupies in errour the Empire of Rome [1308]

That occupies mine heritage [643]

The sowdanes that were seker soudeours to Rome; [593]

Of Perse and of Pamphile and Preter John landes [588]

To Tartary and Turkey when tithinges is comen [582]

For yif he reche unto Rome [549]

I wolde forsake all my suite of seignoury of Rome [527]

And ettles to be overling of the empire of Rome [520]

For reverence and realtee of Rome the noble; [512]

Yif he be rebel to Rome [510]

And seekes the saintes of Rome by assent of knightes; [503]

The rent ne red gold that unto Rome longes [465]

Though Sir Lucius had laid thee the lordship of Rome [460]

To make route into Rome with riotous knightes. [379]

That occupies thine heritage [359]

That thus regnes at Rome [287]

I have title to take tribute of Rome; [275]

He asked me tyrauntly tribute of Rome [271]

There regned never such realtee within Rome walles! [228]

For by the realtee of Rome [155]

We lenge with Sir Lucius [128]

In the regestre? of Rome [113]

Though thou for reddour of Rome run to the erthe! [109]

Why thou art rebel to Rome and rentes them with-holdes! [103]

That thou be redy at Rome with all thy Round Table [93]

Sir Lucius Iberius [86]

So come in sodenly a senatour of Rome [80]

That Rome sall wrange ayerde bee [107]

In Rome ther was ane Emperoure [14]
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