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Thomas Hoccleve
Manuscript Description:    Wales, Aberystwyth, National Library of Wales MS Peniarth 392D
Scribal Profile:    Thomas Hoccleve
Identification:    Note that many scholars only accept 83v and 138v as Hoccleve additions on the identification of Doyle and Parkes. The Adam stanza on 150 is squeezed into the gutter and it is difficult to isolate single letters. Folios 83v and 138v have single lines infilled by the separate hand, probably Thomas Hoccleve's hand. A few letters may be entered as examples mainly from f183v which has one and a half lines for examples of graphs.
Folios:    138v
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