An Old English miscellany containing a bestiary, Kentish sermons, Proverbs of Alfred, religious poems of the thirteenth century,
Morris, Richard, ed. 1833-1894., Theobaldus episcopus Maurice de Sully bp. of Paris, d 1196.
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XXXI. The Ten Commandments. [Cambr. Univ. Libr. MS. Ff. 6. 15, leaf 21; before 1300.*. [In the left margin of the MS.]]

De .x. preceptis in lingua materna. Printed in 'A Catalogue of the Manuscripts preserved in the Library of the University of Cambridge,' vol. ii. p. 522.

Þu salt hauen na god buten An.
Idel adh ne swere þu Nan.
Þe halidayes þu shalt þieme.
ffader and moder þu shalt queme.
     4
Loke þat tu ne sla na man.
Leccherie do þu nan.
Be na þef. ne þeues fere.
ffals witnesse þu ne bere.
     8
Þierne*. [Printed þreune. 'Non concupisces rem proximi tui' in the Latin version opposite the English.] þu nout þin nethtebure hus.
Noch þat his is. ne his spus.