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* Barlaam and Ioasaph by St John of Damascus
"It is not known where or when this story was written, but it is believed to have been translated into Greek (possibly from a Georgian original) sometime in the 11th Century A.D. Although the ultimate author is usually referred to as "John the Monk", it has been traditionally ascribed to St. John of Damascus."
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URL: http://www.omacl.org/Barlaam/         Link Verified by NetSERF: 07 November 2006
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* Bisclaveret by Marie de France
Site Info: 25K - PDF

URL: http://web.english.ufl.edu/exemplaria/marie/bisclavret.pdf         Link Verified by NetSERF: 19 March 2011
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* Book of Games: Libro de Jeugos by Alfonso X
"Alphonso X's Book of Games (Libro de Jeugos) is an invaluable source of information on games of the past." Games discussed in the text are: chess, dice and backgammon, with an appendix of a number of other games.

URL: http://historicgames.com/alphonso/index.html         Link Verified by NetSERF: 06 March 2011
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* Book of the Duchess, The by Geoffrey Chaucer
Prose edition.
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Site Info: 47K - Word

URL: http://www.umm.maine.edu/faculty/necastro/chaucer/duchess.doc        
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* Brigata by Boccaccio

URL: http://www.brown.edu/Departments/Italian_Studies/dweb/narrators/brigframe.shtml        
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* Brut Chronicle by Anonymous
"The celebrated Chronicles of England, or "Brut Chronicle", is the earliest prose chronicle in English and was the most popular history of England in the Middle Ages. The Chronicle traces the history of Britain from its earliest (mythical) time (Albinia), including stories of legendary kings such as Brutus of Troy (hence its name), Lear and Arthur, and is quite detailed for the period starting with the reign of Edward I." This text, University of Michigan MS 225, is shown purely as images, without any transcription or translation. The quality of the images is quite high and useful for anyone interested in reading the original text.

URL: http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/i/image/image-idx?c=brut&page=index         Link Verified by NetSERF: 13 March 2011
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