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PA8149 .A57 1773 [Info] Anecdota Litteraria ex Mss. Codicibus Eruta (4 volumes in Latin; Rome: A. Fulgoni, 1773-1783), ed. by Giovanni Cristoforo Amaduzzi and Giovanni Lodovico Bianconi (page images at HathiTrust)
PA8150 .E3 M6 [Info] Chenodia: or, The Classical Mother Goose (in English, Latin, and Greek: Cambridge, MA: University Press, 1871), by Jacob Bigelow (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
PA8164 .S9 1884 [Info] Wine, Women, and Song: Mediaeval Latin Students' Songs, Now First Translated into English Verse (translation of Carmina Burana and other works; London: Chatto and Windus, 1884), ed. by John Addington Symonds (Gutenberg text)
PA8240 .A5 A6813 [Info] The Complaint of Nature, by Alanus de Insulis, trans. by Douglas Maxwell Moffat (HTML with commentary at Fordham)
PA8249 .A62 E5 [Info] An Alphabet of Tales: An English 15th Century Translation of the Alphabetum Narrationum (HTML at Michigan)
PA8275.B4 E5 1960 [Info] The Bestiary: A Book of Beasts (New York: Putnam, 1960), ed. by T. H. White (page images at Wisconsin)
PA8310 .C5 B8 [Info] Recipes from Codex Matritensis A16 (Ahora 19): Palaeographical Edition From a Black-on-White Facsimile (in Latin, with English notes and glossary; Cincinnati: University of Cincinnati, 1912), ed. by John M. Burnam (page images at HathiTrust)
PA8323 .E5 R6 [Info] A Record of Auncient Histories, Entituled in Latin Gesta Romanorum: Discoursing Upon Sundry Examples for the Advancement of Vertue, and the Abandoning of Vice, No Lesse Pleasant in Reading, Then Profitable in Practise (London: T. Est, 1595), ed. by Richard Robinson (HTML at EEBO TCP)
PA8323 .E5 S9 [Info] Gesta Romanorum: or, Entertaining Stories Invented by the Monks as a Fire-Side Recreation and Commonly Applied in Their Discourses From the Pulpit (2 volumes; London: J.C. Hotten, ca. 1871), ed. by Thomas Wright, trans. by Charles Swan
PA8340 .A25 [Info] The Plays of Roswitha (London: Chatto and Windus, 1923), by Hrotsvitha, trans. by Christopher St. John, contrib. by Francis Aidan Gasquet (Gutenberg text)
PA8340 .A2713 1922 [Info] Abraham: A Play by Roswitha, the Nun of Gandersheim (1922), by Hrotsvitha, trans. by R. S. Lambert, illust. by Agnes Lambert (multiple formats at
PA8340 .B8 [Info] Hrotsvitha: The Theatricality of Her Plays (New York: Philosophical Library, c1960), by Mary Marguerite Butler (page images at HathiTrust)
PA8340 .F53 [Info] Hroswitha of Gandersheim (New York: Prepared for The Hroswitha Club, 1947), by Robert Herndon Fife (page images at HathiTrust)
PA8340 .T44 1845 [Info] Théâtre de Hrotsvitha, Religieuse Allemande du Xe Siècle: Traduit Pour la Première Fois en Français Avec le Texte Latin Revu sur le Manuscrit de Munich (in French and Latin; Paris: B. Duprat, 1845), by Hrotsvitha, ed. by Charles Magnin
PA8380 .D4 [Info] Walter Map: De Nugis Curialium (Anecdota Oxoniensa Mediaeval and Modern Series #14; text in Latin and commentary in English; 1914), by Walter Map, ed. by M. R. James (page images at HathiTrust)
PA8380 .D4 E5 [Info] Master Walter Map's Book, De Nugis Curialium (Courtier's Trifles) (London: Chatto and Windus, 1924), by Walter Map, trans. by Frederick Tupper and Marbury Blade Ogle
PA8380 .D4 E5 [Info] Master Walter Map's Book, De Nugis Curialium (Courtier's Trifles) (New York: Macmillan, 1924), by Walter Map, trans. by Frederick Tupper and Marbury Blade Ogle (page images at HathiTrust)
PA8440 .T3 [Info] Physiologus: A Metrical Bestiary of Twelve Chapters, by Episcopus Theobaldus, trans. by Alan Wood Rendell (PDF files at
PA8442.V5 P638 2010 [Info] Classroom Commentaries: Teaching the Poetria Nova Across Medieval and Renaissance Europe (Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, c2010), by Marjorie Curry Woods (PDF at Ohio State)
PA8450 .A4 Z84 [Info] Alabaster's Conversion (1599), by William Alabaster, ed. by Dana F. Sutton (HTML at the Philological Museum)
PA8465 .S3 1674 [Info] Euphormionis Lusinini, Sive Jo. Barclaii, Satyricon: Nunc Primum in Sex Partes Dispertitum, et Notis Illustratum, Cum Clavi; Accessit Conspiratio Anglicana (in Latin; Leiden: Ex Officina Hackiana, 1674), by John Barclay, contrib. by Claude-Barthélemy Morisot and Gabriel Bugnot
PA8477 .B536 T484 1596 [Info] Theatrum Vitae Humanae (in Latin; Metz: A. Fabri, 1596), by Jean Jacques Boissard, illust. by Theodor de Bry
PA8477 .B75 1624 [Info] Pseudo-Medicorum Anatomia: In Qua Maxima Improborum et Indoctorum Turba Sub Dio Enudatur, Quos aut Subdola Pietatis Pelle Velatos, aut Insolenti Scientiae Fumo Seu Fuco Obductos, Vel Irreligio Mera, Vel Rapax Avaritia Omnes Ultra Impudentes ad Medicinae Praxin Egit Praecipites (in Latin; London: Excudebat Aug. Matheus, 1624), by Peter Bowne (page images at NIH)
PA8501 .A42 [Info] Selections From Erasmus, Principally From His Epistles (second edition, 1918), by Desiderius Erasmus, ed. by P. S. Allen (Gutenberg text)
PA8514 .E5 [Info] The Praise of Folie = Moriae Encomium (rare 1549 printing), by Desiderius Erasmus, trans. by Thomas Chaloner (page images here at Penn)

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