Mandeville's travels : the Cotton version
Mandeville, John, Sir., British Library. Manuscript. Cotton Titus C.16.
Hamelius, Paul, 1868-1922.
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CONTENTS.

    PART I.
  • PROLOGUE1
  • I.TO TECHE ȜOU THE WEYE OUT OF ENGLOND TO COSTANTYNOBLE.4
  • II.OF THE CROSS AND THE CROUNE OF OURE LORD JHESU CRIST.6
  • III.OF THE CYTEE OF COSTANTYNOBLE & OF THE FEITH OF GREKES.9
  • IV.OF SEYNT JOℏN THE EUUANGELIST & OF YPOCRAS DOUGℏTER TRANSFORMED FROM A WOMMAN TO A DRAGOUN.13
  • V.[OF DIVERSITIES IN CYPRUS; OF THE ROAD FROM CYPRUS TO JERUSALEM, AND OF THE MARVELS OF THE FOSS FULL OF SAND.]16
  • VI.OF MANYE NAMES OF SOUDANS, & OF THE TOUR OF BABILOYNE.21
  • VII.OF THE CONTREE OF EGIPT; OF THE BRID FENIX; OF ARABYE; OF THE CYTEE OF CAYRE; OF THE CONNYNGE TO KNOWEN BAWME AND TO PREUEN IT, AND OF THE GERNERES OF JOSEPH.28
  • VIII.OF THE YLE OF CECYLE; OF THE WEYE FRO BABYLOYNE TO THE MOWNT SYNAY; OF THE CHIRCHE OF SEYNTE KATERYNE, AND OF ALLE THE MERUAYLLES ÞERE.34
  • IX.OF THE WEYE THAT GOTH FROM BABILOYNE, VNTO THE MOWNT SYNAY, & OF THE MERUEYLES ÞERE.37
  • X.OF THE DESERT BETWENE THE CHIRCHE OF SEYNTE KATERYNE & IERUSALEM; OF THE DRIE TRE, & HOW ROSES CAM FIRST IN ÞE WORLD.42
  • Page  1:xXI.OF THE PILGRIMAGES IN IERUSALEM & OF THE HOLY PLACES ÞERABOWTE.48
  • XII.OF THE TEMPLE OF OURE LORD; OF THE CRUELTEE OF KYNG HEROUD; OF THE MOUNT SYON; OF PROBATICA PISCINA, AND OF NATATORIUM SYLOE.53
  • XIII.OF THE DEDE SEE, AND OF THE FLOM JORDAN; OF THE HED OF SEYNT JOHN THE BAPTIST, & OF THE VSAGES OF THE SAMARITANES.66
  • XIV.OF THE PROUINCE OF GALILEE & WHERE ANTECRIST SCHAƚƚ BEN BORN; OF NAZARETH; OF THE AGE OF OURE LADY; OF THE DAY OF DOOM, & OF THE CUSTOMES OF IACOBITES, SURRYENES & OF THE VSAGES OF GEORGYENES.73
  • XV.OF THE CYTEE OF DAMASCE; OF .IIJ. WEYES TO IERUSALEM: ON BE LONDE & BE SEE, ANOTHER MORE BE LONDE ÞAN BE SEE, AND THE THRIDDE WEYE TO IERUSALEM: Aƚƚ BE LONDE.81
  • XVI.OF THE CUSTOMES OF SARASINES, & OF HIRE LAWE, & HOW THE SOUDAN ARRESOND ME AUTOUR OF THIS BOOK, AND OF THE BE GYNNYNGE OF MACHOMETE.84
    PART II.
  • XVII.OF THE LONDES OF ALBANYE AND OF LIBYE; OF THE WISSHINGES FOR WACCHINGE OF THE SPERHAUK, & OF NOES SCHIPPE.95
  • XVIII.OF THE LOND OF IOB & OF HIS AGE; OF THE ARAY OF MEN OF CALDEE; OF THE LOND WHERE WOMMEN DUELLE WITHOUTEN COMPANYE OF MEN; OF THE KNOULECHE & VERTUES OF THE VERRAY DYAMAUNT.100
  • XIX.OF THE CUSTOMS OF YLES ABOUTEN YNDE; OF THE DIFFERENCE BETWIX YDOLES & SIMULACRES; OF .IIJ. MANER GROWYNGES OF PEPER VPON O TREE; OF THE WELLE ÞAT CHAUNGETℏ HIS ODOUR EUERY HOUR OF THE DAY, & ÞAT IS MERUAYLLE.107
  • Page  1:xiiXX.OF THE DOMES MADE BE SEYNT THOMAS HOND; OF DEUOCIOUN & SACRIFICE MADE TO YDOLES ÞERE, IN THE CYTEE OF CALAMYE; AND OF THE PROCESSIOUN IN GOYNGE ABOUTE THE CYTEE.114
  • XXI.OF THE EUYƚƚ CUSTOMS VSED IN THE YLE OF LAMARY, & HOW THE ERTℏE AND THE SEE BEN OF ROWND FORME AND SCHAp̄p̄, BE PREF OF THE STERRE THAT IS CLEPT ANTARTYK, ÞAT IS FIX IN THE SOUTℏ.118
  • XXII.OF THE PALAYS OF THE KYNG OF THE YLE OF IAUA; OF THE TREES ÞAT BEREN MELE, HONY, WYN & VENYM, & OF OTℏERE MERUAYLLES & CUSTOMS VSED IN THE YLES MARCHINGE ÞERE ABOUTEN.124
  • XXIII.HOW MEN KNOWEN BE THE YDOLE, ȝIF THE SIKE SCHALL DYE OR NON; OF FOLK OF DYUERSE SCHAP AND MERUEYLOUSLY DISFIGURED, AND OF THE MONKES ÞAT ȜEUEN HIRE RELEEF TO BABEWYNES, APES & MARMESETTES & TO OÞER BESTES.132
  • XXIV.OF THE GRETE CHANE OF CHATAY; OF THE RIALTEE OF HIS PALAYS & HOW HE SITT AT METE, AND OF THE GRETE NOMBRE OF OFFICERES ÞAT SERUEN HYM.140
  • XXV.WHERFORE HE IS CLEPT THE GRETE CHANE; OF THE STYLE OF HIS LETTRES, AND OF THE SUPERSCRIPCIOUN ABOWTEN HIS GRETE SEAƚƚ & HIS PRYUEE SEAƚƚ.145
  • XXVI.OF THE GOUERNANCE OF THE GRETE CHANES COURT & WHAN HE MAKETℏ SOLEMPNE FESTES; OF HIS PHILOSOPHRES, AND OF HIS ARRAY WHAN HE RIDETℏ BE ÞE CONTRE.152
  • XXVII.OF THE LAWE & THE CUSTOMS OF THE TARTARIENES, DUELLYNGE IN CHATAY, & HOW ÞAT MEN DON WHAN THE EMPEROUR SCHAL DYE, & HOW HE SCHAL BE CHOSEN.163
  • XXVIII.OF THE ROIALME OF THARSE & THE LONDES & KYNGDOMS TOWARDES THE SEPTENTRIONAŁ PARTIES IN COMYNGE DOWN FROM THE LOND OF CHATHAY.169
  • Page  1:xivXXIX.OF THE EMPEROUR OF PERSYE AND OF THE LOND OF DERKNESSE, AND OF OTℏER KYNGDOMES ÞAT BELONGEN TO THE GRETE CANE OF CATHAY, AND OTHER LONDES OF HIS, VNTO THE SEE OF GRECE.171
  • XXX.OF THE CONTREES & YLES þAT BEN BEȝONDE THE LOND OF CATHAY & OF THE FRUTES þERE & OF .XXIJ. KYNGES ENCLOSED WITHJN THE MOUNTAYNES.175
  • XXXI.OF THE RYAƚƚ ESTATE OF PRESTRE IOℏN & OF A RICHE MAN ÞAT MADE A MER UEYLOUS CASTEƚƚ AND CLEPED IT PARADYS & OF HIS SOTYLTEE.179
  • XXXII.OF THE DEUELES HEDE IN THE VALEYE PERILOUS, AND OF THE CUSTOMS OF FOLK IN DYUERSE YLES ÞAT BEN ABOUTEN IN THE LORDSCHIPE OF PRESTRE IOℏN.187
  • XXXIII.OF THE GODENESS OF THE FOLK OF THE YLE OF BRAGMAN; OF KYNG ALISANDRE, AND WHERFORE THE EMPEROUR OF YNDE IS CLEPT PRESTRE IOℏN.194
  • XXXIV.OF THE HILLES OF GOLD ÞAT PISSEMYRES KEPEN, AND OF THE .IIIJ. FLODES ÞAT COMEN FROM PARADYS TERRESTRE.200
  • XXXV.OF THE CUSTOMS OF KYNGES & OÞERE ÞAT DWELLEN IN THE YLES COSTYNGE TO PRESTRE IOℏNES LOND, AND OF THE WORSCHIPE ÞAT THE SONE DOTℏ TO THE FADER WHAN HE IS DEDE.204
    APPENDIX.
  • PART OF CHAPTER XV212