Astronom og borger

Astronom og borger
Guy Marchant, Astrolog og borger

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Døden til astrologen

 

Dethe to the Astronomere

VespasianDethe Death speaketh to the Astronomere
LansdowneDethe to the Astronomere Magister in Astronomia
TottelDethe Death speaketh to the Astronomere
Dugdale-1658Dethe Death speaketh to the Astronomere
Dugdale-monasticonDethe Death speaketh to the Astronomere
Dugdale-1718Dethe Death speaketh to the Astronomere
Dugdale-1818Dethe Death speaketh to the Astronomere
 

Come forthe maister / that loken vp so ferre

VespasianCome forthe maister/ that loken loketh vp so ferre
TottelCome forthe maister/ that loken lookest vp so ferre farre,
Dugdale-1658Come forthe maister/ master that loken lookest vp so ferre high
Dugdale-monasticonCome forthe maister/ master that loken lookest vp so ferre high
Dugdale-1718Come forthe maister/ Master that loken lookest vp so ferre high
Dugdale-1818Come forthe maister/ master that loken lookest vp so ferre high
 

With instrumentis / of astronomy

SeldenWith instrumentis/ Instruments/ of astronomy
VespasianWith instrumentis/ instrumentes of astronomy
TottelWith instrumentis/ instrumentes of astronomy
Dugdale-1658With instrumentis/ instruments of astronomy
Dugdale-monasticonWith instrumentis/ instruments of astronomy
Dugdale-1718With instrumentis/ Instruments of astronomy
Dugdale-1818With instrumentis/ instruments of astronomy
 

To take the grees / & hight of eueri sterre

SeldenTo take the grees/ & hight heiȝte of eueri sterre
VespasianTo take the grees/ degres & hight of eueri sterre starr
LansdowneTo take the grees/ & hight hithe of eueri sterre
TottelTo take the grees/ & hight of eueri sterre starre;
Dugdale-1658To take the grees/ & hight height of eueri sterre starre,
Dugdale-monasticonTo take the grees/ & hight height of eueri sterre starre,
Dugdale-1718To take the grees/ & hight height of eueri sterre starre,
Dugdale-1818To take the grees/ & hight height of eueri sterre starre,
 

What mai a-vaile / al ȝowre astrologie

SeldenWhat mai a vaile/ availe/ al ȝowre ȝoure astrologie
VespasianWhat mai a vaile/ avayle al ȝowre astrologie youre astrologe
LansdowneWhat mai a vaile/ availe/ al ȝowre your astrologie
TottelWhat mai a vaile/ auaile al ȝowre your astrologie
Dugdale-1658What mai a vaile/ availe al ȝowre your astrologie
Dugdale-monasticonWhat mai a vaile/ availe al ȝowre your astrologie
Dugdale-1718What mai a vaile/ avayle al ȝowre your astrologie
Dugdale-1818What mai a vaile/ availe al ȝowre your astrologie
 

Sith [of] Adam / alle the genelegye

SeldenSith [of] Sethen Adam/ and/ alle the genelegye Genolagie
VespasianSith Sence [of] Adam/ alle ys the genelegye progenytie,
LansdowneSith [of] Adam/ alle the genelegye genealogie
TottelSith [of] Adam/ alle the genelegye genealogie.
Dugdale-1658Sith [of] Adam/ alle the genelegye genealogie,
Dugdale-monasticonSith [of] Adam/ alle the genelegye genealogie,
Dugdale-1718Sith [of] Adam/ alle the genelegye genealogie,
Dugdale-1818Sith [of] Adam/ alle the genelegye genealogie,
 

Made firste of god / to walke vp-on the grounde

SeldenMade firste ferst of god/ to walke vp on vppon the grounde
VespasianMade Which firste of god/ to walke vp on vpon the grounde
LansdowneMade firste of god/ to walke vp on vpon the grounde
TottelMade firste of god/ to walke vp on vpon the grounde
Dugdale-1658Made firste of god/ to walke vp on upon the grounde
Dugdale-monasticonMade firste of god/ to walke vp on upon the grounde
Dugdale-1718Made firste of god/ to walke vp on upon the grounde
Dugdale-1818Made firste of god/ to walke vp on upon the grounde
 

Dethe dothe a-reste / thus seieth theologie

SeldenDethe dothe a reste/ areste/ thus seieth seith theologie
VespasianDethe dothe a reste/ arest, thus seieth saith theologie
LansdowneDethe dothe a reste/ arrest/ thus seieth seith theologie
TottelDethe dothe a reste/ Death aresteth;* thus seieth sayth theologie
Dugdale-1658Dethe dothe a reste/ Death with arest thus seieth saith theologie
Dugdale-monasticonDethe dothe a reste/ Death with arest thus seieth saith theologie
Dugdale-1718Dethe dothe a reste/ Death with arest thus seieth saith theologie
Dugdale-1818Dethe dothe a reste/ Death with arest thus seieth saith theologie
 

And al schal dye / for an appil rounde.

SeldenAnd al schal shal dye/ for an appil rounde.
VespasianAnd al schal shall dye/ for an a appil rounde.
LansdowneAnd al schal dye/ shul deie/ for an appil rounde.
TottelAnd al schal shall dye/ for an appil apple rounde.
Dugdale-1658And al schal shall dye/ for an appil apple rounde.
Dugdale-monasticonAnd al schal shall dye/ for an appil apple rounde.
Dugdale-1718And al schal shall dye/ for an appil apple rounde.
Dugdale-1818And al schal shall dye/ for an appil apple rounde.

Astrologen

 

The Astronomere an(s)wereth

SeldenThe Astronomere an(s)wereth answerith
VespasianThe Astronomere an(s)wereth speaketh
LansdowneThe Astronomere an(s)wereth Responsum
TottelThe Astronomere an(s)wereth maketh aunswere.
Dugdale-1658The Astronomere an(s)wereth maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-monasticonThe Astronomere an(s)wereth maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-1718The Astronomere an(s)wereth maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-1818The Astronomere an(s)wereth maketh aunswer.
 

For al my crafte / cunnynge or science

SeldenFor al my crafte/ cunnynge kunnynge or science
VespasianFor al my crafte/ cunnynge conning or science
LansdowneFor al my crafte/ cunnynge connyng or science
TottelFor al my crafte/ cunnynge or and* science
 

I can not fynde / no provisioun

VespasianI can not fynde/ no provisioun probacion.
LansdowneI can not fynde/ no provisioun provision
TottelI can not nought fynde/ no provisioun prouision,
Dugdale-1658I can not nought fynde/ no provisioun provision,
Dugdale-monasticonI can not nought fynde/ no provisioun provision,
Dugdale-1718I can not nought fynde/ no provisioun provision,
Dugdale-1818I can not nought fynde/ no provisioun provision,
 

Ne yn the sterres / serche owte no defence

SeldenNe yn the sterres/ sterris/ serche owte oute no defence
VespasianNe Nor yn the sterres/ serche owte no fetch out ne defence
LansdowneNe Nor yn the sterres/ sterris/ serche owte out no defence difference
TottelNe yn the sterres/ serche owte starres seke* no defence difference
Dugdale-1658Ne Nother yn the sterres/ serche owte stars search out no defence difference,
Dugdale-monasticonNe Nother yn the sterres/ serche owte stars search out no defence difference,
Dugdale-1718Ne Nother yn the sterres/ serche owte starres search out no defence difference
Dugdale-1818Ne Nother yn the sterres/ serche owte stars search out no defence difference,
 

Be domefyinge / nor calculacioun

SeldenBe By domefyinge/ nor ne calculacioun
VespasianBe domefyinge/ nor calculacioun By domyffe, sence, or calculacyon.
LansdowneBe domefyinge/ Bi domofyeng/ nor calculacioun calculacion
TottelBe domefyinge/ By domifying nor calculacioun calculacion,
Dugdale-1658Be domefyinge/ nor calculacioun By domifying or calculacion.
Dugdale-monasticonBe domefyinge/ nor calculacioun By domifying or calculation.
Dugdale-1718Be domefyinge/ nor calculacioun By domifying or calculation.
Dugdale-1818Be domefyinge/ nor calculacioun By domifying or calculation.
 

Saue finyalli / in conclusioun

SeldenSaue finyalli/ Safe finally/ in conclusioun
VespasianSaue finyalli/ Certis finally in conclusioun conclucyon
LansdowneSaue finyalli/ Sauff fynaly/ in conclusioun conclusion
TottelSaue finyalli/ finally, in conclusioun conclusion,
Dugdale-1658Saue finyalli/ finally in conclusioun conclusion,
Dugdale-monasticonSaue finyalli/ finally in conclusioun conclusion,
Dugdale-1718Saue finyalli/ finally in conclusioun conclusion,
Dugdale-1818Saue finyalli/ finally in conclusioun conclusion,
 

For to discryue / owre cunnynge euery dele

SeldenFor to discryue/ owre cunnynge euery dele oure kunnynge euerydele
VespasianFor Is to discryue/ owre cunnynge delyver our connyng euery dele deyl,
LansdowneFor to discryue/ owre cunnynge descrive/ our euery dele
TottelFor to discryue/ owre descriue our cunnynge euery dele
Dugdale-1658For to discryue/ owre describe our cunnynge euery dele
Dugdale-monasticonFor to discryue/ owre describe our cunnynge euery dele
Dugdale-1718For to discryue/ owre describe our cunnynge euery dele
Dugdale-1818For to discryue/ owre describe our cunnynge euery dele
 

Ther is no more / be sentence of resoun

SeldenTher is no more/ be by sentence of resoun
VespasianTher is no more/ be by sentence of resoun reason,
LansdowneTher is no more/ be bi sentence of resoun reson
TottelTher is no more/ be by sentence of resoun reason,
Dugdale-1658Ther is no more/ be by sentence of resoun reason,
Dugdale-monasticonTher is no more/ be by sentence of resoun reason,
Dugdale-1718Ther is no more/ be by sentence of resoun reason,
Dugdale-1818Ther is no more/ be by sentence of resoun reason,
 

Who lyueth a-right / mote nedes dye wele.

SeldenWho lyueth a right/ ariȝt/ mote nedes nedis dye wele.
VespasianWho lyueth lyves a right/ mote lyffe, must nedes dye wele.
LansdowneWho lyueth livith a right/ mote nedes dye most nedis deye wele.
TottelWho lyueth a right/ aryght mote nedes dye wele.
Dugdale-1658Who lyueth a right/ aright mote nedes dye wele.
Dugdale-monasticonWho lyueth a right/ aright mote nedes dye wele.
Dugdale-1718Who lyueth a right/ aright mote nedes dye wele.
Dugdale-1818Who lyueth a right/ aright mote nedes dye wele.

Døden til borgeren

 

Dethe to the Burgeys

TottelDethe Death speaketh to the Burgeys Burgis.
Dugdale-1658Dethe Death speaketh to the Burgeys Burgis.
Dugdale-monasticonDethe Death speaketh to the Burgeys Burgis.
Dugdale-1718Dethe Death speaketh to the Burgeys Burgis.
Dugdale-1818Dethe Death speaketh to the Burgeys Burgis.
 

Sire Burgeys / what do ȝe lenger tarie

TottelSire Burgeys/ Burgis, what do ȝe lenger tarie
Dugdale-1658Sire Burgeys/ Burgis what do ȝe lenger you long tarie
Dugdale-monasticonSire Burgeys/ Burgis what do ȝe lenger you long tarie
Dugdale-1718Sire Burgeys/ Burgis what do ȝe lenger you long tarie
Dugdale-1818Sire Burgeys/ Burgis what do ȝe lenger you long tarie
 

For al ȝowre aver / & ȝowre grete richesse

SeldenFor al ȝowre ȝoure aver/ & ȝowre ȝoure grete richesse
TottelFor al ȝowre aver/ your auoyre & ȝowre grete youre great richesse
Dugdale-1658For al ȝowre aver/ your avoyry & ȝowre your grete richesse
Dugdale-monasticonFor al ȝowre aver/ your avoyry & ȝowre your grete richesse
Dugdale-1718For al ȝowre aver/ your avoyry & ȝowre grete your great richesse
Dugdale-1818For al ȝowre aver/ your avoyry & ȝowre your grete richesse
 

Thowgh ȝe be straunge / deynous & contrarie

SeldenThowgh Thouȝ ȝe be straunge/ deynous & contrarie
TottelThowgh Thoghe* ȝe be straunge/ strong, deynous & contrarie
Dugdale-1658Thowgh If ȝe be straunge/ strong, deynous & contrarie
Dugdale-monasticonThowgh If ȝe be straunge/ strong, deynous & contrarie
Dugdale-1718Thowgh If ȝe be straunge/ strong, deynous & contrarie
Dugdale-1818Thowgh If ȝe be straunge/ strong, deynous & contrarie
 

To this daunce / ȝe mote ȝow nedes dresse

SeldenTo this daunce/ ȝe mote ȝow nedes nedis dresse
TottelTo Toward this daunce/ ȝe mote ȝow you nedes dresse
Dugdale-1658To Towards this daunce/ ȝe mote ȝow you nedes dresse
Dugdale-monasticonTo Towards this daunce/ ȝe mote ȝow you nedes dresse
Dugdale-1718To Towards this daunce/ ȝe mote ȝow you nedes dresse
Dugdale-1818To Towards this daunce/ ȝe mote ȝow you nedes dresse
 

For ȝowre tresoure / plente & largesse

SeldenFor ȝowre ȝoure tresoure/ plente & largesse
TottelFor ȝowre tresoure/ plente your* treasour, plentie & largesse
Dugdale-1658For ȝowre of all tresoure/ plente plenty & largesse
Dugdale-monasticonFor ȝowre of all tresoure/ plente plenty & largesse
Dugdale-1718For ȝowre of all your tresoure/ plente plenty & largesse
Dugdale-1818For ȝowre of all tresoure/ plente plenty, & largesse
 

From other hit came / & shal vn-to straungeres

SeldenFrom other hit it came/ & shal vn to vnto straungeres
TottelFrom other hit it came/ & shal vn to vnto straungeres
Dugdale-1658From other hit it came/ & shal vn to unto straungeres
Dugdale-monasticonFrom other hit it came/ & shal vn to unto straungeres
Dugdale-1718From other hit it came/ & shal vn to unto straungeres
Dugdale-1818From other hit it came/ & shal vn to unto straungeres
 

He is a fole / that yn soche besynesse

SeldenHe is a fole/ that yn soche besynesse suche bysynes
TottelHe is a fole/ that yn soche besynesse such busines,
Dugdale-1658He is a fole/ that yn soche besynesse such business,
Dugdale-monasticonHe is a fole/ that yn soche besynesse such business,
Dugdale-1718He is a fole/ that yn soche besynesse such business,
Dugdale-1818He is a fole/ that yn soche besynesse such business,
 

Wote not for hom / he stuffeth his garneres.

SeldenWote not for hom/ whom/ he stuffeth stuffith his garneres.
TottelWote not nought for hom/ whom he stuffeth his garneres.
Dugdale-1658Wote not nought for hom/ whom he stuffeth his garneres.
Dugdale-monasticonWote not nought for hom/ whom he stuffeth his garneres.
Dugdale-1718Wote not nought for hom/ whom he stuffeth stuffed his garneres.
Dugdale-1818Wote not nought for hom/ whom he stuffeth his garneres.

Borgeren

 

The Burgeys answereth

SeldenThe Burgeys answereth aunswerith
TottelThe Burgeys answereth Burgis maketh aunswere.
Dugdale-1658The Burgeys answereth Burgis maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-monasticonThe Burgeys answereth Burgis maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-1718The Burgeys answereth Burgis maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-1818The Burgeys answereth Burgis maketh aunswer.
 

Certes to me / hit is grete displesauns

SeldenCertes Certis to me/ hit it is grete displesauns displesaunce
TottelCertes to me/ hit it is grete displesauns great displeasaunce,
Dugdale-1658Certes to me/ hit it is grete displesauns great displeasaunce,
Dugdale-monasticonCertes to me/ hit it is grete displesauns great displeasaunce,
Dugdale-1718Certes to me/ hit it is grete displesauns great displeasaunce,
Dugdale-1818Certes to me/ hit it is grete displesauns great displeasaunce,
 

To leue al this / & mai hit not assure

SeldenTo leue al this/ & mai hit it not assure
TottelTo leue leaue al this/ & mai hit not it nought assure
Dugdale-1658To leue leave al this/ & mai hit not it nought assure
Dugdale-monasticonTo leue leave al this/ & mai hit not it nought assure
Dugdale-1718To leue leave al this/ & mai hit not it nought assure
Dugdale-1818To leue leave al this/ & mai hit not it nought assure
 

Howses rentes / tresoure & substauns

SeldenHowses Houses rentes/ tresoure & substauns substaunce
TottelHowses rentes/ tresoure treasor & substauns substaunce,
Dugdale-1658Howses How these rentes/ tresoure treasour, & substauns substance,
Dugdale-monasticonHowses How these rentes/ tresoure treasour, & substauns substance,
Dugdale-1718Howses How these rentes/ tresoure & substauns substance
Dugdale-1818Howses How these rentes/ tresoure treasour, & substauns substance,
 

Dethe al fordothe / suche is his nature

TottelDethe Death al fordothe/ suche is his nature
Dugdale-1658Dethe Death al fordothe/ suche is his nature
Dugdale-monasticonDethe Death al fordothe/ suche is his nature
Dugdale-1718Dethe Death al fordothe/ suche is his nature
Dugdale-1818Dethe Death al fordothe/ suche is his nature
 

There-fore / wise is no creature

SeldenThere fore/ Therfore/ wise is no creature
TottelThere fore/ Therfore wise is no creature
Dugdale-1658There fore/ Therfore wise is no creature
Dugdale-monasticonThere fore/ Therfore wise is no creature
Dugdale-1718There fore/ Therefore wise is no creature
Dugdale-1818There fore/ Therfore wise is no creature
 

That sette [h]is herte / on gode that mote disseuere

TottelThat sette [h]is herte/ heart on gode that mote moste* disseuere
Dugdale-1658That sette [h]is herte/ heart on gode that mote may disseuere
Dugdale-monasticonThat sette [h]is herte/ heart on gode that mote may disseuere
Dugdale-1718That sette [h]is herte/ heart on gode that mote may disseuere
Dugdale-1818That sette [h]is herte/ heart on gode that mote may disseuere
 

The worlde hit lente / & he wille hit recure

SeldenThe worlde hit it lente/ & he wille hit mot it recure
TottelThe worlde hit it lente/ & he the worlde wille hit it recure
Dugdale-1658The worlde hit it lente/ & he the world wille hit it recure
Dugdale-monasticonThe worlde hit it lente/ & he the world wille hit it recure
Dugdale-1718The worlde hit it lente/ & he the world wille hit it recure
Dugdale-1818The worlde hit it lente/ & he the world wille hit it recure
 

And w[h]o moste hathe / [l]othest dieth euer.


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