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Manuscript Description
England, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, Hatfield House, Cecil Papers, Box S. 1.
MS Appellation:Hatfield Fragment
Title:Troilus and Criseyde
Contents:Troilus and Criseyde fragment.
Scribal Hands:
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Dialect:London Type III
No of Folios:Two sides of single strip.
Page Size:240 x 69 (at longest and widest points)
Frame:Indeterminate; heavy lines drawn between stanzas
Writing Space:215-220 ruled height; width indeterminate
Running Titles:'liber [primus]'
Further Information:Campbell, J.J., 'A new Troilus fragment', PMLA 73 (1958) 305-8. Doyle, A.I. 'The Ellesmere Chaucer: Essays in Interpretation', p. 58. Seymour I: 77.
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