Document ReferencePw V 170
TitleMS poem, entitled 'Out of Merlyn, Carm[ina], 1690', by Thomas Brown; n.d.
Extent2 ff
Content DescriptionText consists of a 17-line Latin poem, withe 20-line English version.

At the end of the text appears the tag: 'Arthurus Rex quondam Rexq<ue> futurus'.
Title Of WorkOut of Merlyn, Carm[ina], 1690
In English
First Line of PoemArthurus veniet, Clypeo seu nomen ab aureo
Sure as you live who Arthurs fate deplore
Last Line of PoemNec feret hoc Dux Pennigerum
Thunder begins: is wonder ends ye year
Termmythology and folk-lore, King Arthur & mythology and folk-lore, Merlin
Physical DescriptionOne sheet folded once to form two folios
ConditionGenerally good
Descriptive FeaturesWatermark: Fleur de lis within shield, surmounted by coronet, 85 x 54 mm
WatermarkFleur de lis
Related MaterialUniversity of Nottingham Library: Pw V 169
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Another copy of Pw V 170
Publication NoteT. Brown, Works, 4th Edition (Sam Briscoe; London, 1715) vol V, pp 66-7
Publication of the text

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA74419Arthur (fl 500); King of Britainfl 500
NA1113Brown; Thomas (1663-1704); poet1663-1704
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