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Die älteste mittelenglische version der Assumptio Mariae, von Emil Hackauf.

Related Names: Edmund of Abingdon, Saint, Archbishop of Canterbury approximately 1170-1240, supposed author., Hackauf, Emil 1877-, editor., Edmund Rich Saint, Abp. of Canterbury -1240, supposed author., Hackauf, Emil 1877-, ed.
Language(s): English, Middle (1100-1500)
Published: Berlin, E. Felber, 1902.
Subjects: Mary, > Blessed Virgin, Saint > Legends.
Note: Appeared in part (3 p. l., xxxiii, 66, [2] p.) as the editor's inaugural dissertation, Breslau, l902.
Text of Cambridge university ms. Gg. IV. 27 (to line 250) and British Museum Harl. ms. 2382. Following some of the manuscripts, the editor inclines to ascribe the authorship to St. Edmund of Canterbury. cf. Wells, Manual of Middle Eng., p. 330.
Imprint covered by label: Heidelberg, C. Winter.
Physical Description: 2 p. l., xxxiii, 100 p. 19 cm.
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