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Be Sayne Martyn of Towres [1130]

By Sayne Martyn of Towres [1062]

the riche Kynge of Portyngale [1835]

Hethyn folke with his hande [119]

Of Almayne the Emperor [1849]

Alle the Dugepers of France [1870]

Of the cheualrye of France [1183]

Sir Sere of Cypirs he highte [166]

Sir Arthur de Bretayne [1483]

Godfreye de Boloyne [1482]

The hethenes of Orkney and Irish kinges [4163]

I see Sir Ewain over-set with Sarazenes keen! [4136]

Hethenes of Argyle and Irish kinges [4123]

Hethenes of Argyle and Irish kinges [4123]

When Bretones boldly enbraces their sheldes [4111]

And all Bretons bold [4104]

They are Sarazenes [4088]

And to his moder Mary [4041]

To Messie and to Mary [3998]

With the Sarazenes unsound encircled about [3942]

And the Guthede king in the gay armes [3937]

Of Argyle and Orkney the Irish kinges [3934]

Of Argyle and Orkney the Irish kinges [3934]

Of Argyle and Orkney the Irish kinges [3934]

Erles of Afrike and Estriche bernes [3933]

Erles of Afrike and Estriche bernes [3933]

King Frederik of Fres faithly there-after [3864]

We shall for yon Sarazenes [3804]

We are with Sarazenes beset upon sere halves! [3795]

Soudeours and Sarazenes out of sere landes [3786]

Dukes of Danemark he dightes full soon [3783]

The King of Gotheland it was [3763]

Spanioles speedily sprented over-bordes [3700]

Then Bretons brothly with brandes they hewen [3695]

Til all the Danes were dede and in the deep throwen! [3694]

And a child in her arm that Chef is of heven [3649]

And to Sir Launcelot de Lake lordlich wordes [3638]

And thus the derf Denmarkes had dight all their shippes [3610]

To soudeours and Sarazenes out of sere landes! [3574]

Of Ireland and Argyle [3534]

Of Sarazenes and Sessoines upon sere halves [3530]

Of Sarazenes and Sessoines upon sere halves [3530]

Dubbed of the Denmarkes dukes and erles [3528]

For thou art Breton berne [3508]

Sir Arthur of England [3500]

The tother Ector of Troy [3409]

The Emperour of Almaine and all these este marches [3210]

Reverences the Romans in his rich table [3201]

Rehetes the Romanes at his rich table [3198]

The Sire of Milan herde say the citee was wonnen [3134]

With freke men of Fraunce well a five hundreth; [3113]

The countess of Crasine with her clere maidens [3045]

Lordes of Lorraine and Lumbardy bothen [2997]

But one Swyan of Swecy [2958]

Of gomes of Gernaide that grevous are holden [2943]

Senn at the assemblee the Sarazenes discoveres [2906]

Then the genatours of Gene enjoines at ones [2897]

Has joined on Sir Gerard [2890]

But one Jolyan of Gene [2889]

Bannerettes of Bretain [2855]

Paynims of Prussland [2835]

With double of the Dutch-men that doughty were holden [2834]

Then the Duke of Lorraine dresses thereafter [2833]

Wyes of the Westfale [2826]

But the frek men of Fraunce fraist themselven; [2821]

They are with Sarazenes over-set [2815]

That was Raynald of the Rodes [2785]

That is flowr of Fraunce [2730]

Of Sessoine and Suryland Sarazenes ynow; [2657]

The wyes of the Westfale [2656]

The lordes of Lumbardy that leders are holden [2654]

The doughtiest of Dolfinede and Dutch-men many [2653]

The Duke of Lorraine the derf and his dere knightes [2652]

Abler than ever was Sir Ector of Troy! [2635]

The uncle of his aiele [2603]

For all the barbours of Bretain shall not thy blood staunch [2577]

The Capitain of Cardiff [2498]

The Fraunchmen enfeebleshes; ne ferly me thinkes! [2484]

All the frek men of Fraunce followed thereafter [2454]

The tyrauntes of Tuskan tempest a little [2408]

Who has right to that rent [2405]

Redy ay with Romanes to riot my landes. [2403]

Has the Romanes rich rebuked for ever! [2374]

To reckon these Romanes recreant and yelden [2334]

Then the bannerettes of Bretain brought them to tents [2330]

Sixty of the chef senatours of Rome. [2297]

The Sowdan of Surry and certain kinges [2296]

Sowdan [2277]

Sowdan [2277]

Romanes the richest and real kinges [2270]

Cosin of Cornwall [2262]

Then the Romans releved that ere were rebuked [2234]

That was eier of Egypt in those este marches [2200]

By then the Romanes were rebuked at little [2153]

Then the Romanes and the renkes of the Round Table [2135]

I wend no Bretons wolde be bashed for so little [2121]

Dartes the Dutch-men delten againes [2101]

Then bowmen of Bretain brothely there-after [2095]

The vassalage of Viterbo today shall be revenged! [2048]

Viscount of Valence [2047]

When these wordes was said [2044]

Inset all the Sarazenes within seven winter [2038]

And the riotours of Rome that regned with lordes [2034]

For dauncesing of Dutch-men and dinning of pipes [2030]

Buskes in the avauntward the Viscount of Rome [2024]

Rewled his Romans and real knightes [2023]

Sir Cador of Cornwall [2002]

The rich Duke of Rouen with riders ynow [1996]

To vanquish by victory the Viscount of Rome [1984]

Sir Valiant of Wales with valiant knightes [1983]

With lordes of Lumbardy to let him the wayes [1972]

Soveraignes of Sarazens and senatours many [1960]

Sir Meneduke of Mentoche with marvelous knightes [1919]

Good Sir Mawrelle of Mawnces and Mawrene his brother [1918]

Among the Turkes was tint and in time founden [1917]

Sir Aladuke of Towell with his tender knightes [1916]

The King of Surry himselven and Sarazenes ynow [1911]

The King of Surry himselven and Sarazenes ynow [1911]

The Seneschal of Sutere [1910]

The Capitain of Cornette that cruel is holden [1909]

With erles of Orient and austeren knightes [1906]

The King of Lyby is laid and in the feld leved [1900]

To rip up the Romanes rudlich wounded [1877]

The Seneschal of Sutere to Sagramour himselven. [1871]

The King of Surry the keen to Sir Cador is yelden [1870]

With the Erl of Afrike and other grete lordes. [1869]

The Capitain of Cordewa [1866]

The Bretons brothely brittenes so many [1862]

The sekerest Sarazenes that to that sorte longed [1854]

Sir Cador of Cornwall he counters them soon [1848]

Sembled his Sarazens and senatours many [1846]

The King of Surry then is sorrowful in herte [1844]

With lordes of Lyby and led to their strenghes; [1827]

The King of Lyby has laght a steed that him liked [1817]

Then the Lyby king cries full loud [1803]

Then laughs the Lyby king [1781]

And then Sir Cador of Cornwall is careful in herte [1777]

The King of Lyby before the avauntward he ledes [1767]

And then the Romanes rout removes a little [1761]

And then the Bretons brothely enbraces their sheldes [1753]

And let it never be reft us for Roman in erthe; [1733]

For there shall never Roman that in my rout rides [1704]

Then says the King of Surry [1687]

Sir Cador of Cornwall commaundes his peeres [1637]

The senatour of Sutere with summes full huge [1627]

The king of Surry himself with Sarazens ynow; [1626]

The king of Surry himself with Sarazens ynow; [1626]

Sir Sextynour of Lyby and senatours many [1625]

Erles of the Orient with austeren knightes [1623]

Now bounes the Britons als the king biddes [1617]

To ride with the Romanes in route with their feres [1608]

The remenaunt of the Romanes be in arrest holden [1553]

The chef chaunceller of Rome [1541]

There might men see Romans rewfully wounded [1523]

Then the Bretons boldly braggen their trumpes [1484]

Grete lordes of Greece greved so high. [1463]

The Romanes then redyly arrayes them better [1453]

Then the Bretons brothely broches their steedes [1449]

Rebuked with Romanes upon their rich steedes [1445]

Then the Bretons on the bente abides no lenger [1431]

The Romanes redies them [1427]

Then were Bretons abaist and greved a little [1423]

The Romans out of array removed at ones [1417]

There was Romans over [1415]

Bretons of the boldest [1414]

Erles of England [1412]

Arrested of the Romans that by the firth rides [1409]

Then the enbushment of Bretons broke out at ones [1407]

There were Bretons enbushed and banerettes noble [1403]

How Sir Marshall de Mowne is on the molde leved [1397]

Then the rich Romans returnes their bridles [1395]

Then a rich man of Rome relied to his bernes [1391]

And of the Romans arrayed upon rich steedes [1361]

Ever were these Bretons braggers of old! [1348]

And then the Romans so rich had arrayed their tentes [1291]

prayes thee for Petere love [1256]

He drawes into douce Fraunce [1251]

Fro the Marshal of Fraunce [1233]

Til the Britones king have burnisht his lippes [1011]

The duchess of Bretain today has he taken [853]

Erles of Yngland with archers ynow. [725]

Overling of Yngland [710]

And sujourns that sesoun with Sarazenes ynow. [624]

Arrayed with his Romans upon rich steedes; [611]

The Sowdan of Surry and sixteen kinges [608]

The sowdanes and Sarazenes out of sere landes [607]

By that the Greekes were graithed [602]

Sodenly the Sarazenes [599]

The King of Cyprus on the se the Sowdan abides [596]

The Sowdan of Surry assembles his knightes [590]

By certes thou was my sandes and senatour of Rome [513]

And I may see the Romans that are so rich holden [387]

To ride on yon Romans and riot their landes [341]

Til that I have vanquisht the Viscount of Rome [325]

A! A! says the Welsh king; worshipped be Crist! [320]

For radness of no Roman that regnes in erthe [310]

When the Romans regned they ransound our elders [293]

That Crist was on crucified [285]

That eier was of Yngland and emperour of Rome [283]

Sir Cador of Cornwall to the king carpes [247]

Til all the rich on row [238]

Reheted the Romans with real speche [221]

By resoun that the Romans were so rich holden [174]

The Romanes for radness rusht to the erthe [120]

Slogh Lucius the lithere that lord was of Rome [23]

When the Sarsyns were yslayne [1736]

The Sarsyns buskyd them wyth pryde [1663]

Agenste the Sarsyns to fyght [1629]

Amonge the Sarazens kene [1411]

Agayne the Sarazenes alle [1378]

Thore was no Sarazene of myghte ne mayne [1654]

He saide he was a Sarazene stronge [1570]

A Sarazene als he were [1560]

Full many a Sarezene made he to blede [1089]

How the Emperour of Rome was there [1679]

Bot to the Emperoure of Rome [1609]

Thay callede hym than Florent of Rome [1290]

Octavyon [772]

He kende hir for the Emprice of Rome [506]

And Emprice of Rome hase bene [392]

Mary mayden [322]

And heven qwene also [261]

Now Lorde scho sayd of hevens blysse [259]

Jhesu fadir of heven kynge [4]

Or he dud the kynge of Fraunce [1751]

The kyng of Fraunce and odur moo [1744]

The Emperour and the kyng of Fraunce [1667]

The kynge of Fraunce welecome sall be [1343]

The kynge of Fraunce me hedir sende [1331]

The kynge of Fraunce with hert ful fayne [1223]

The kyng of Fraunce byfore hym yode [1202]

The kynges of Fraunce ne es it noghte [1062]

Kynge Dagaberde of Fraunce he sayde [866]

The kynges hevede of Fraunce [825]

The kyng of Fraunce the maydyn hyght [796]

To the kynge of Fraunce the maydyn sende [790]

That he sulde hange the kynge of Frauncce [1128]

The kynge of Calabre [190]

The kynge of Calabire made evyll chere [241]

The kyng of Calabire answere wolde [221]

Praye we now to hevenes kynge [792]

Thankede be the heghe kyng of hevene [763]

And of the Sarazenes many alswa [751]

Thay slewe the haythene knyghttes swa [750]

The Sarazenes faylede hym at that nede [720]

Fele Sarazenes semblede that tyde [714]

And alle the haythene ther was mett [712]

To thame that haythene ware [703]

And wele the gretis now oure hevens kynge [537]

The kynge of hevene wele gretis the [532]

And those heythene houndes [490]

For that he hade the Sarazenes slayne [489]

The Crystene kynes were fulle fayne [465]

And whenne the Sarazenes were alle slayne [464]

Agaynes the Sarazenes helde he fyghttes [462]

A Crystyne erle hym helpede one loft [445]

?one heythene sowdane that I may ?elde [436]

That Cristyne and haythene samene solde mete [424]

That Cristyne and haythene samene solde mete [424]

Those Sarazenes for to byde [422]

The Crystene kynges hase fledde so lange [420]

Unto the heghe kyng of hevene [384]

A Sarazene he sawe wele that he was [277]

The Sarazens said he was a spye [249]

There the sowdane of those Sarazenes was inne [244]

The kynge of hevene gretis the soo [46]

Undir the kynge of hevene! [30]

Jhesu Crist [1]
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