locationquotetarget
praef.3trinus in arce deus qui pollens saecla creauitBonifaceEnigma 13
M2ao
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
a
and
o
or
conditor excelsus dudum qui saecla creauit50Glorie 1968, 278-343
praef.4regnator mundi regnans in sedibus altisEusebiusEnigma 3
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
est locus in terris sed ludo in sedibus altis4Glorie 1968, 209-71
praef.11omnitenens dominus mundi formator et auctorAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
christus adest dominus mundi fabricator et auctor420Strecker 1923, 943-61
praef.19pastor ouile tuens ne possit rabula raptorAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
namque tuebatur diuinum cautus ouile1471Godman 1982
praef.25titan quem clamant sacro spiramine uatesAnon (Lat.)De clauibus sapientiae
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
aedidit hos libros sacro spiramine plenus2Jones 1975
2lucida stelligeri qui condis culmina caeliAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
limpida stelligeri penetrabat culmina celi268Strecker 1923, 943-61
2lucida stelligeri qui condis culmina caeliBonifaceEnigma 14
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
serpens angelicus genuit me in culmine caeli1Glorie 1968, 278-343
2lucida stelligeri qui condis culmina caeliBonifaceEnigma 16
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
edita stelligeri ut non scandent culmina caeli12Glorie 1968, 278-343
2lucida stelligeri qui condis culmina caeliBonifaceEnigma 17
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
aurea luciferi ut non tranent culmina caeli7Glorie 1968, 278-343
2lucida stelligeri qui condis culmina caeliBonifaceEnigma 3
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
et sine me scandit nullus per culmina caeli3Glorie 1968, 278-343
2lucida stelligeri qui condis culmina caeliBonifaceEnigma 4
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
aurea gens hominum scandat quod culmina caeli12Glorie 1968, 278-343
2lucida stelligeri qui condis culmina caeliBonifaceEnigma 8
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
caelicolaeque tenent iugiter me in culmine caeli8Glorie 1968, 278-343
2lucida stelligeri qui condis culmina caeliWulfstan CantorVita metrica S. Swithuni, Epistola specialis
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
factorique suo considere culmine caeli534Campbell 1950, 63-177
5sic quoque fluctiuagi refrenans caerula pontiAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3ao
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
o
or
exin fluctiuagi conscendit litora ponti30Strecker 1923, 943-61
5sic quoque fluctivagi refrenans caerula pontiByrhtferthVita S. Ecgwini
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
fluctivagi ponti362.3Giles 1854
8aruorum gelido qui cultus fonte rigabisAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
moribus et solitis lacrimarum fonte rigatus405Strecker 1923, 943-61
11nempe diem titan et noctem cynthia comitAnon (Lat.)Charter S667
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
diem titanis2Birch 1893, no. 1041
11nempe diem titan et noctem cynthia comitAnon (Lat.)Charter S667
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
noctemque cinthie … comit3Birch 1893, no. 1041
15garrula quae rostris resonantes cantica pipantAnon (Lat.)De clauibus sapientiae
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
dulcisonis cantis metrorum carmina pipans3Jones 1975
23non rogo ruricolas uersus et commata musasAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
non ego ruricula possum percurrere plectro437Godman 1982
23non rogo ruricolas uersus et commata musasAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
non pana rogitans … praeconia patris747-50Godman 1982
31sed potius nitar precibus pulsare tonantemBedeVita metrica S. Cuthberti
M3a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
celsithronum didicit precibus pulsare tonantem96Jaager 1935
31sed potius nitar precibus pulsare tonantemBedeVita metrica S. Cuthberti
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
ergo deum restat precibus pulsare supinis265Jaager 1935
31sed potius nitar precibus pulsare tonantemAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
hic meritis dignus precibus pulsare tonantem376Strecker 1923, 943-61
31sed potius nitar precibus pulsare tonantemBonifaceEnigma 5
M2a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
a
and
ad requiem ut tendant animae pulsabo tonantem11Glorie 1968, 278-343
31sed potius nitar precibus pulsare tonantemWulfstan CantorVita metrica S. Swithuni
M3a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
ad tumulum sancti lacrimis pulsatque tonantem1.898Campbell 1950, 63-177
37auxilium fragili clementer dedere seruoAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
munera da mentis fragili da uerba poetae4Godman 1982
45en promissa nouo scribantur carmina uersu!Anon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
uel quis digna potest componere carmina uersu63Strecker 1923, 943-61
55nam nobis rudibus ueterum monumenta librorumAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
qui tum forte sacer ueterum munimenta priorum40Strecker 1923, 943-61
83ruricolas mutans ad caeli regna falangesAnon (Lat.)De clauibus sapientiae
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
taliter inuitans ad caeli regni phalangas8Jones 1975
85per mundum triquadro cardine degitAnon (Lat.)Charter S919
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
triquadro mundi cardine2Blake 1962a, 145-6
89et praecepta dei toto conamine mentisWulfstan CantorVita metrica S. Swithuni
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
qualicumque tamen poterat conamine mentis1.1252Campbell 1950, 63-177
94lurida linquentes spurcae consortia carnisAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
aspice monstrantem uestre consortia carnis423Strecker 1923, 943-61
99mundani luxus calcans ludibria falsaBonifaceEnigma 5
M2a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
a
and
tetrica mundani calcant ludicra luxus9Glorie 1968, 278-343
108his igitur gradibus pandit regnator olimpiAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
te saucis medicum statuit regnator olimpi304Strecker 1923, 943-61
116qui falsas mundi contemnunt pectore pompasBedeVita metrica S. Cuthberti
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
auriuagasque feri pompas contemnere saecli42Jaager 1935
119fruges deprompsit caelorum gloria christusBedeVita metrica S. Cuthberti
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
enituit christus caelorum gloria terris258Jaager 1935
156funditus exstirpans petulantis gaudia carnisBonifaceEnigma 15
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
praeuia sum luxus petulantis foetore carnis4Glorie 1968, 278-343
157auri materiem fului obrizumque metallumBonifaceEnigma 10
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
hac auri uinco specie gemmata metalla14Glorie 1968, 278-343
157auri materiem fului obrizumque metallumBonifaceEnigma 13
M2a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
a
and
auri materiem et fuluo splendore metalla8Glorie 1968, 278-343
158ex quibus ornatur praesentis machina mundiFrithegodBreuiloquium vitae Wilfridi
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
uisibus et domini praesans sit machina mundi1343Campbell 1950, 4-62
160sic casta integritas auri flauentis imagoBonifaceEnigma 20
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
auri flauentis passim argentique micantis4Glorie 1968, 278-343
167tempore uernali dum promit germina tellusAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
diuiditur uicibus crescunt dum germina terris1594Godman 1982
176corpore de spurco sumit primordia uitaeWulfstan CantorVita metrica S. Swithuni
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
curuus erat quem prima suae primordia uitae1.2Campbell 1950, 63-177
176corpore de spurco sumit primordia uitaeWulfstan CantorVita metrica S. Swithuni, Epistola specialis
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
rursus ut amissae repetat primordia uitae420Campbell 1950, 63-177
181lustrat dum terras obliquo tramite titanBonifaceEnigma 11
M3ao
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
o
or
limpida quoque modo perlustrent lumina terras4Glorie 1968, 278-343
182cuncta supernorum conuincens astra polorumAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
angelicis uectus ulnis super astra polorum272Strecker 1923, 943-61
188aurea flammigeris praestat crepundia gemmisBonifaceEnigma 10
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
aurea flammigeris tranent ut ad astra coronis11Glorie 1968, 278-343
203non tamen aeterno fraudantur munere christiAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
inclamitans lacrimis obsecro munera christi365Strecker 1923, 943-61
206uncia bis senis quam pensat lancibus aequaFrithegodBreuiloquium vitae Wilfridi
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
sed non aequatis appendit lancibus aequi262Campbell 1950, 4-62
239nectaris et mellis mulsos imitantia gustusBonifaceEnigmata prologue
M3a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
manducans mulso inspireris nectaris haustu7Glorie 1968, 278-343
239nectaris et mellis mulsos imitantia gustusBonifaceEnigma 13
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
dulcius ut mulsum quaerant quam nectaris haustum55Glorie 1968, 278-343
247dona salutaris dum christus saecla beauitBonifaceEnigma 8
M3a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
uera dei soboles ortu dum saecla beauit4Glorie 1968, 278-343
250uirgo sacer fuerat fama per saecula notusFrithegodBreuiloquium vitae Wilfridi
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
sensit uuilfridus fama super ardua notus22Campbell 1950, 4-62
260aridus ut nullis roraret nubibus aetherAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
non ros non imber sitientes inrigat agros589Godman 1982
267arbiter aeternus quem iussit scandere bigisAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
arbiter eternus qui condidit omnia sanctum97Strecker 1923, 943-61
269sospes qui numquam sensit discrimina mortisTatwineEnigma 31
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
uere que numquam sensit spiramina uitae3Glorie 1968, 165-208
271atque futurorum gestura est turma nepotumBonifaceEnigma 5
M3ao
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
o
or
atque futura noui praestantur premia regni4Glorie 1968, 278-343
287munere quem duplo ditauit spiritus almusAnon (Lat.)De clauibus sapientiae
M3ao
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
o
or
arbiter immenso quem ditat munere ihc4Jones 1975
308ante praesentis quam nosset lumina uitaeBonifaceEnigma 13
M3ao
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
o
or
carior et multis conprobor lumine uitae17Glorie 1968, 278-343
308ante praesentis quam nosset lumina uitaeBonifaceEnigma 5
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
a qua praesentis moderantur dogmata uitae3Glorie 1968, 278-343
311quod dudumquam nascatur de uiscere matrisTatwineEnigma 31
M3a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
iam nasci gelido natum de uiscere matris2Glorie 1968, 165-208
311quod dudumquam nascatur de uiscere matrisEusebiusEnigma 38
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
uino; sed exanimis transiui uiscere matris4Glorie 1968, 209-71
316et regnum caeli destructa fraude maligniBonifaceEnigma 13
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
edidit inuisam superis sub fraude maligna53Glorie 1968, 278-343
316et regnum caeli destructa fraude maligniBonifaceEnigma 14
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
luciferum ut dudum seduxi fraude malignum9Glorie 1968, 278-343
319quae signant speciem populorum forte duorumBedeVita metrica S. Cuthberti
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
credo breui laxet transacto et forte duorum531Jaager 1935
337diuersis uidit iam praesagata metallisTatwineEnigma 3
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
diuersisque intus fulgent ornamenta metallis3Glorie 1968, 165-208
342dulcia de ramis carpunt alimenta ciborumBonifaceEnigmata prologue
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
illius et sacris pendebant dulcia ramis3Glorie 1968, 278-343
355tempore sic alio uincens uirtute draconemAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
tempore non alio famulus christique sacerdos209Strecker 1923, 943-61
355tempore sic alio uincens uirtute draconemAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
quosdam cleptantes uincit uirtute superna210Strecker 1923, 943-61
361denique non trepidat fretus caelestibus armisAnon (Lat.)De clauibus sapientiae
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
restaurans animo fretus caelestibus armis10Jones 1975
382extemplo nexus combussit flamma ferocesBedeDe die iudicii
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
ignea tunc sonitus perfundet flamma feroces75Fraipont 1955, 439-44
388-90angelus ignicomis … extinguens imbre supernoAnon (OE)Daniel
SX
SX
single analogue
þa wæs on þam ofne … wolcna scur345-349aFarrell 1974
388-90angelus ignicomis … extinguens imbre supernoAnon (OE)Azarias
SX
SX
single analogue
tosweop and toswengde … mid dæges hwile59-64Farrell 1974
390carbonumque globos extinguens imbre supernoAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
hebraicus uel quod populus bibit imbre superno1539Godman 1982
394saluator clemens qua saecula cuncta beauit?BonifaceEnigma 8
M3a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
uera dei soboles ortu dum saecla beauit4Glorie 1968, 278-343
396edidit affatim sacro spiramine plenusAnon (Lat.)De clauibus sapientiae
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
aedidit hos libros sacro spiramine plenus2Jones 1975
411accipit inde latex mox munera sacra salutisAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
ob meritum tanti in languentes dona salutis376Godman 1982
423humida fluctiuagi sacrantem caerula pontiAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3ao
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
o
or
exin fluctiuagi conscendit litora ponti30Strecker 1923, 943-61
423humida fluctivagi sacrantem caerula pontiByrhtferthVita S. Ecgwini
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
fluctivagi ponti362.3Giles 1854
428alta supernorum patuerunt claustra polorumFrithegodBreuiloquium vitae Wilfridi
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
caelica summorum reserauit claustra polorum1145Campbell 1950, 4-62
460-78promere nunc nitor … sorberet faucibus haustusAnon (OE Martyrology)John the Evangelist
M3a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
se wæs criste leof … þe cwicu þe dead2.6.17-7.13Kotzor 1981, 2, 6.16-7.13
464florida qui castae seruauit tempora uitaeAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
quique meae rexit puerilis tempora uitae1604Godman 1982
473claudos firmatis mox iussit pergere plantisAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
et iuga parnassi lyricis percurrere plantis1439Godman 1982
484uertitur intereaz: mutato nomine sanctusWulfstan CantorVita metrica S. Swithuni
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
uertitur interea caelum et mox mane corusco2.99Campbell 1950, 63-177
485paulus apostolicae meruit praeconia famaeAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
culmen apostolicis meruit seruare triumphis41Strecker 1923, 943-61
501hic erat egregius doctor mundique magisterAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
egregius doctor populo uenerabilis omni1260Godman 1982
510progeniem domini narrans ab origine primaAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
indubitante fide texens ab origine prima1208Godman 1982
526quem deus aethrali ditauit gratia gratisAnon (Lat.)De clauibus sapientiae
M3ao
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
o
or
arbiter immenso quem ditat munere ihc4Jones 1975
537retibus angelicis raptos ex aequore mundiBonifaceEnigma 12
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
ritibus angelicis expellor ab aethere summo17Glorie 1968, 278-343
537retibus angelicis raptos ex aequore mundiAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
retia mundanas … ad littora traxit853-4Godman 1982
539tempore quo clarus fulsit regnator in orbeAnon (Lat.)De clauibus sapientiae
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
largifluis libris praefatus fulsit in orbe5Jones 1975
541siluester roma degebat praesul in urbeAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
haec pius euborica faciens antistes in urbe1228Godman 1982
543plurima hic fecit uirtutum signa sacerdosAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3ao
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
o
or
cuius et auxilio uirtutum signa patrauit188Strecker 1923, 943-61
544quae modo per mundum chartis inserta legunturAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
quae modo per mundum cartis inscripta leguntur288Godman 1982
555idcirco statim baptismi gratia fulgensBonifaceEnigma 2
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
conscendit christi misero nec gratia fulget13Glorie 1968, 278-343
557hic constantini curauit lurida membraAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
hec ait et propere purgauit lurida membra336Strecker 1923, 943-61
565sic mundum propriis ornabat moribus amplumAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
ornauitque gradum meritis et moribus almis1221Godman 1982
571lucida perpetuae qui pandit limina uitaeAnon (Lat.)De clauibus sapientiae
M3ao
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
o
or
claraque perpetuae pandens misteria uitae7Jones 1975
572quapropter cunctos fretus caelestibus armisAnon (Lat.)De clauibus sapientiae
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
restaurans animo fretus caelestibus armis10Jones 1975
579ignarum populum strofosa fraude fefellitBonifaceEnigma 18
M3ao
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
o
or
infelix fatum tanta me fraude fefellit6Glorie 1968, 278-343
582uastus tunc uulgi clamor ferit aethera nimbiAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
M3a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
tunc clamor populi fertur super astra precantis250Godman 1982
585reddidit immunem sublata fraude maligniBonifaceEnigma 13
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
edidit inuisam superis sub fraude maligna53Glorie 1968, 278-343
585reddidit immunem sublata fraude maligniBonifaceEnigma 14
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
luciferum ut dudum seduxi fraude malignum9Glorie 1968, 278-343
595atque futurarum rimantur somnia rerumBonifaceEnigma 5
M2ao
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
a
and
o
or
atque futura noui praestantur premia regni4Glorie 1968, 278-343
609tempora praecingens auro flauente coronaBonifaceEnigma 20
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
auri flauentis passim argentique micantis4Glorie 1968, 278-343
615haec tua semper erit leti calceque carebitBonifaceEnigma 5
M3ao
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
o
or
arbiter aethereus condit me calce carentem15Glorie 1968, 278-343
631cui siluester ait pandens misteria rerumAnon (Lat.)De clauibus sapientiae
M3ao
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
o
or
claraque perpetuae pandens misteria uitae7Jones 1975
665haec pater ambrosius stupuit miracula cernensAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
ossibus allatis stupuit miracula late362Godman 1982
676plures perducens ad caeli regna falangesAnon (Lat.)De clauibus sapientiae
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
taliter inuitans ad caeli regni phalangas8Jones 1975
681tempore nocturno caelesti laude beauitWulfstan CantorVita metrica S. Swithuni
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
tempore nocturnas celebrant quo concine laudes1.105Campbell 1950, 63-177
682dum stipem mancis et peplum ferret egenisAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
a rege stipem … statim direxit egenis295-8Godman 1982
684quis uero studeat facundo famine fretusAnon (Lat.)De clauibus sapientiae
M3ao
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
o
or
baeda dei famulus facundo famine fretus1Jones 1975
693fabricat altithrono uenerandus templa sacerdosAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
praefuit ecclesiae uenerandus bosa sacerdos847Godman 1982
699tetrica torrentis disrumpens tartara mortisBonifaceEnigma 17
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
tetrica mulcendo tradit per tartara mortis!10Glorie 1968, 278-343
707hic praesul iugiter permansit uirgo perennisAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
intemerata tamen permansit uirgo per aeuum758Godman 1982
708donec aetheream miles migraret in aulamAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
transit in aetheream laetus feliciter aulam875Godman 1982
709angelicis uectus caeli ad conuexa cateruisAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
angelicis uectus ulnis super astra polorum272Strecker 1923, 943-61
709angelicis uectus caeli ad conuexa cateruisAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
sumserat angelicis caelo transuectus in ulnis1247Godman 1982
710-29temporibus priscis … nostrae consortia vitaeAnon (OE Martyrology)Gregory Nazianzen
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
on ðone ilcan dæg … godcund snyttro ond clænnes2.35.1-9Kotzor 1981, 2, 35.1-9
712gregorius felix fama super aethera notusFrithegodBreuiloquium vitae Wilfridi
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
sensit uuilfridus fama super ardua notus22Campbell 1950, 4-62
722dum tibi perpetuo fratris copulamur amoreBedeVita metrica S. Cuthberti
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
ecfridus utque tibi fratris necatum amore517Jaager 1935
743aurea deuexi dum format sidera caeliAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
duxit ad astriferi rutilantia sidera celi26Strecker 1923, 943-61
752lucida perpetuae mercantes munera uitaeAnon (Lat.)De clauibus sapientiae
M3ao
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
o
or
claraque perpetuae pandens misteria uitae7Jones 1975
752lucida perpetuae mercantes munera uitaeBonifaceEnigma 20
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
aurea uenturae qui quaerunt munera uitae15Glorie 1968, 278-343
755summa supernorum conquirens regna polorumBonifaceEnigma 2
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
ast tamen heu miserae non scando regna polorum14Glorie 1968, 278-343
755summa supernorum conquirens regna polorumAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
non sicut ipse putas isthic sunt regna polorum975Godman 1982
759possent ut iugiter domino familarier altoBonifaceEnigma 5
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
imperiis domino superis famularier alto8Glorie 1968, 278-343
761spernere dilicias et mundi linquere gazasBedeVita metrica S. Cuthberti
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
spernere delicias fuso qui sanguine suasit20Jaager 1935
775omnibus et regnis qua lustrant lumina phoebiBonifaceEnigma 11
M3ao
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
o
or
limpida quoque modo perlustrent lumina terras4Glorie 1968, 278-343
777tendit ad aeterna felix habitacula milesBonifaceEnigma 20
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
aeterna et felix perdet habitacula miles19Glorie 1968, 278-343
779maluit insontem disrumpens foedera pacisAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
annuat ut placitae feriant sibi foedera pacis55Godman 1982
790-1cui famulabantur … rictusAnon (OE Martyrology)Paul the Hermit
M3a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
þær he næfre … wulfa gerar2.14.4-6Kotzor 1981, 2, 14.1-19
792uixerat in terris caelesti munere fretusAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
presbiter inde pius celesti munere fretus436Strecker 1923, 943-61
794tunc demum aethereis stipatus iure cateruisBedeVita metrica S. Cuthberti
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
non queat aethereas inter dare uerba cateruas927Jaager 1935
798plurima patrauit deserto signa stupendaAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
plurima nostratim patrauit signa stupenda21Strecker 1923, 943-61
798plurima patrauit deserto signa stupendaAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3ao
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
o
or
cuius et auxilio uirtutum signa patrauit188Strecker 1923, 943-61
800quem praesens crebro mundus rumore celebratAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
et celebri fama laeto laudatur in orbe613Godman 1982
804torrida lasciuae demens incendia carnisAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
inter iura thori uincens incendia carnis759Godman 1982
806prima iuuentatis calcans ludicra seuerusBonifaceEnigma 5
M2a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
a
and
tetrica mundani calcant ludicra luxus9Glorie 1968, 278-343
831conseruans geminum iusto moderamine pondusAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
dilectam coluit iusto moderamine uitam375Strecker 1923, 943-61
831conseruans geminum iusto moderamine pondusAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
sectatus fuerat medio moderamine gaudens1487Godman 1982
837clancula uirginea pandens misteria claueAnon (Lat.)De clauibus sapientiae
M2ao
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
a
and
o
or
claraque perpetuae pandens misteria uitae7Jones 1975
838tempore nam quodam per somnum femina sensitAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
tempore nam quodam praesul sanctissimus aedan291Godman 1982
849trusit ad inferni torrentis tartara nigraBonifaceEnigma 13
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
ignea inferni animabus tartara complet6Glorie 1968, 278-343
849trusit ad inferni torrentis tartara nigraBonifaceEnigma 14
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
e superis regnis trudens in tartara nigra4Glorie 1968, 278-343
852mox ibidem figens uictricia signa salutisAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
territus agnoscens praedictae signa salutis149Godman 1982
852mox ibidem figens uictricia signa salutisAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
ter quinis faciens uictricia bella quousque837Godman 1982
855quis modus aut numerus uel certe calculus indexBonifaceEnigma 13
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
non quisquam in terris numerus aut calculus aequat20Glorie 1968, 278-343
855quis modus aut numerus uel certe calculus indexBonifaceEnigma 5
M2ao
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
a
and
o
or
cernere quis poterit numero aut quis calculo aequat1Glorie 1968, 278-343
869ad proprios iterum iussit remeare lacertosFrithegodBreuiloquium vitae Wilfridi
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
infit et infestos iussit remeare sodales678Campbell 1950, 4-62
873ad supera scandens caelorum culmina cultorBonifaceEnigma 9
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
ardua caelorum conscendet culmina nullus8Glorie 1968, 278-343
875gregorius praesul cartis descripserat olimAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
sic quoque gregorius praesul decreuerat olim205Godman 1982
878quos gerit in gremio fecunda britannia ciuesAnon (Lat.)De clauibus sapientiae
M2a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
a
and
ex quis ornatus foecunda britannia splendet6Jones 1975
878quos gerit in gremio fecunda britannia ciuesAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
nam tunc romanos fecunda britannia reges22Godman 1982
879a quo iam nobis baptismi gratia fluxitAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M2a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
a
and
late per populos domini pia gratia fluxit10Strecker 1923, 943-61
896uirtutum meritis redolens ut nomine florensAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
uirtutum meritis longe lateque per orbem578Godman 1982
898pontificatus apex cum uirginitatis honoreAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
matris concessit cum uirginitatis honore6Strecker 1923, 943-61
928quamuis iuraret pellaci fraude fefellitBonifaceEnigma 18
M3ao
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
o
or
infelix fatum tanta me fraude fefellit6Glorie 1968, 278-343
944-5contemplatiuos carpens … optatAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
contemplatiuos cupiens … seruire sategit660-1Godman 1982
946lubrica fallentis conculcans gaudia saecliBedeDe die iudicii
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
noxia tunc huius cessabunt gaudia saecli117Fraipont 1955, 439-44
946lubrica fallentis conculcans gaudia saecliFrithegodBreuiloquium vitae Wilfridi
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
lubrica caenosi postponens gaudia saecli72Campbell 1950, 4-62
946lubrica fallentis conculcans gaudia saecliFrithegodBreuiloquium vitae Wilfridi
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
et quia pellacis uitasti gaudia saecli1260Campbell 1950, 4-62
953culmina celsa crepant ignitis usta fauillisAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
culmina celsa petunt praeclare gressibus aule296Strecker 1923, 943-61
958tertius orbatur geminis sub fronte fenestrisAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
o dilecte dei geminas sub fronte fenestras352Strecker 1923, 943-61
959limpida dum tenebris clauduntur lumina tetrisBonifaceEnigma 11
M3ao
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
o
or
limpida quoque modo perlustrent lumina terras4Glorie 1968, 278-343
969arbiter aeternus dum sontum crimina punitAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
arbiter eternus qui condidit omnia sanctum97Strecker 1923, 943-61
971-93nec minus interea … et saepta bidentumAnon (OE Martyrology)Athanasius
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
on ðone æfteran dæg … gefylled2.74.1-76.3Kotzor 1981, 2, 74.1-76.3
973e quis ortus erat felix athanasius olimAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
e queis diuitias caelo reperiret opimas1096Godman 1982
1007tunc pius antistes detecta fraude malignaBonifaceEnigma 13
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
edidit inuisam superis sub fraude maligna53Glorie 1968, 278-343
1007tunc pius antistes detecta fraude malignaBonifaceEnigma 14
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
luciferum ut dudum seduxi fraude malignum9Glorie 1968, 278-343
1024sed tamen antistes christi testudine fretusAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
proturbans acies christi testudine fretus542Godman 1982
1030cerneret ut nusquam radiantem lumine phoebumAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
iam super astra poli radiantem cernere ualet398Strecker 1923, 943-61
1046praecipit audacter maculatum caede cruentaAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
praecipiens gentes scotorum caede cruenta839Godman 1982
1074dum lustrat latum reflexo tramite mundum?AlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
ad comitem quendam reflexo est calle reductus797Godman 1982
1089caelitus instaurant christo donante saluteAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
iam sibi perpetuae christo donante salutis89Godman 1982
1093sed loculos nummi calcant ut tetra uenenaBonifaceEnigma 17
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
xristicolas passim perdens per tetra uenena3Glorie 1968, 278-343
1095princeps interea mundi qui sceptra regebatAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
sustinuit merito mundi qui sceptra regebant -23Godman 1982
1114redderet ingentes pro uita sospite gratesAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
reddidit atque deo proprio cum coniuge grates1153Godman 1982
1121exin martirii sumpserunt serta cruentaBonifaceEnigma 10
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
almae martyrii dum gestant serta sorores9Glorie 1968, 278-343
1130ardens ingenio et prudens pectore puberAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
qui fuit ore simul uerax et pectore prudens137Godman 1982
1132auribus hausisset caelesti grammate scriptaFrithegodBreuiloquium vitae Wilfridi
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
codex aurato conseptus grammate scriptus473Campbell 1950, 4-62
1136flagitium sceleris baptismi diluit undaAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
sumeret ut sub eis sacram baptismatis undam198Godman 1982
1145lubrica mundanis admouit gaudia pompisBedeVita metrica S. Cuthberti
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
atque polis sanctam rutilae per gaudia pompae123Jaager 1935
1145lubrica mundanis admouit gaudia pompisFrithegodBreuiloquium vitae Wilfridi
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
lubrica caenosi postponens gaudia saecli72Campbell 1950, 4-62
1146serica purpureis praebens uelamina peplisAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
M3a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
serica parietibus tendens uelamina sacris278Godman 1982
1146serica purpureis praebens uelamina peplisWulfstan CantorVita metrica S. Swithuni
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
undique bisseni comptus uelamine pepli1.1Campbell 1950, 63-177
1159mellea tunc roseis haerescunt labra labellisAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
attingens labris pulcherrima labia christi440Strecker 1923, 943-61
1160dulcia sed christi lentescunt labra labellisAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
attingens labris pulcherrima labia christi440Strecker 1923, 943-61
1166haec falerata fuit facundis freta loquelisAnon (Lat.)De clauibus sapientiae
M3a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
baeda dei famulus facundo famine fretus1Jones 1975
1173credidit altithronum caeli qui sceptra gubernatBedeVita metrica S. Cuthberti
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
quem rogo linquet ait regnet qui sceptra gubernet512Jaager 1935
1190anthletam domini fretum uirtute supernaAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
quosdam cleptantes uincit uirtute superna210Strecker 1923, 943-61
1190anthletam domini fretum uirtute supernaAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
protinus instaurans tu fac uirtute superna306Strecker 1923, 943-61
1190anthletam domini fretum uirtute supernaAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
nam christo famulans uiguit uirtute superna380Strecker 1923, 943-61
1197extemplo cippum findit regnator olimpiAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
te saucis medicum statuit regnator olimpi304Strecker 1923, 943-61
1198quamuis hunc stolidi caecata mente ligarentWulfstan CantorVita metrica S. Swithuni
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
nonne dei zelum caecata mente lacessunt1.137Campbell 1950, 63-177
1221septuaginta uiros conuertens dogmate claroAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
ast ubi credentes inrorat dogmate claro158Strecker 1923, 943-61
1226lucida perpetuae uisuros praemia uitaeAnon (Lat.)De clauibus sapientiae
M3ao
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
o
or
claraque perpetuae pandens misteria uitae7Jones 1975
1226lucida perpetuae uisuros praemia uitaeBonifaceEnigma 10
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
lucida perpetuae exspectant praemia uitae18Glorie 1968, 278-343
1226lucida perpetuae uisuros praemia uitaeBonifaceEnigma 20
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
luciflua ut perdant uenturae praemia uitae6Glorie 1968, 278-343
1251tempore transacto sanctum gentilibus armisAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
tempore transacto ueniebat hospes ad illam400Godman 1982
1266nititur indolem claris natalibus ortamAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
hic fuit ergo satis claris genitoribus ortus1415Godman 1982
1271quatenus hoc spatio pulsaret uoce tonantemWulfstan CantorVita metrica S. Swithuni
M3a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
ad tumulum sancti lacrimis pulsatque tonantem1.898Campbell 1950, 63-177
1276oroma per noctem cernebat rite supernumAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
oroma gentilis qua uiderat ipse supernum93Godman 1982
1277caelestes fatus sic felix auribus hausitByrhtferthVita S. Ecgwini
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
dulcibus hausit auribus376.23Giles 1854
1278protinus e strato festina surgere miles!AlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
surgit et e strato statim tunc femina sospes1150Godman 1982
1296in thalamo cernunt aurato grammate scriptamFrithegodBreuiloquium vitae Wilfridi
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
codex aurato conseptus grammate scriptus473Campbell 1950, 4-62
1324insuper excelsum forti compage sacellumWulfstan CantorVita metrica S. Swithuni, Epistola specialis
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
insuper excelsum fecistis et addere templum173Campbell 1950, 63-177
1327non mars uulnificus qui belli semina spargitBonifaceEnigma 12
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
lurida rixarum populis fera semina spargo10Glorie 1968, 278-343
1328rancida gorgoneis inspirans corda uenenisBonifaceEnigma 12
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
rixarum iactans iugiter per corda uenenum2Glorie 1968, 278-343
1328rancida gorgoneis inspirans corda uenenisBonifaceEnigma 18
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
tartareum macerans et torquens corde uenenum10Glorie 1968, 278-343
1328rancida gorgoneis inspirans corda uenenisFrithegodBreuiloquium vitae Wilfridi
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
postquam pestiferum penetrauit corda uenenum612Campbell 1950, 4-62
1331quamque deam stolidi dixerunt arte potentemAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
omnia sternantur fundo simulacra deorum162Godman 1982
1361et caput infandum funestos liquerat artusAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
ergo ubi uitalis morientes liquerat artus269Strecker 1923, 943-61
1368ad fundum cecidit saeuit regnator olimpiAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
te saucis medicum statuit regnator olimpi304Strecker 1923, 943-61
1377delituit nati uitans discrimen acerbiTatwineEnigma 17
M2a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
a
and
ueloci uitans passu discrimina martis5Glorie 1968, 165-208
1384plurima dum ueribus torrebunt uiscera flammisTatwineEnigma 11
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
torrens me genuit fornax de uiscere flammae1Glorie 1968, 165-208
1384plurima dum ueribus torrebunt uiscera flammisTatwineEnigma 34
M3a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
omnes enim diris complent mea uiscera flammae1Glorie 1968, 165-208
1392ut precibus martyr supplex cum uoce poposcitAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
ingrediens precibus supplex consistit ad altar400Strecker 1923, 943-61
1393quatenus altithronum lauta qui regnat in arceBonifaceEnigma 13
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
regis caelorum summa qui regnat in arce45Glorie 1968, 278-343
1401sed tamen insontum complentur nectare naresBedeDe die iudicii
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
fetor praeingenti complet putredine nares103Fraipont 1955, 439-44
1403nec lucis radius linquens ergastula cessitAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
ex quo pontificis linquens ergastula carnis679Godman 1982
1403nec lucis radius linquens ergastula cessitAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
maximus hinc lucis radius super astra refulsit1063Godman 1982
1404limpida sed tenebras arcebant lumina furuasBonifaceEnigma 11
M3ao
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
o
or
limpida quoque modo perlustrent lumina terras4Glorie 1968, 278-343
1411surgere de nigris anima redeunte latebrisAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
qui tamen extinctos anima redeunte per artus793Godman 1982
1444post haec martirii mercantur serta cruentaBonifaceEnigma 10
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
almae martyrii dum gestant serta sorores9Glorie 1968, 278-343
1445lucida stelligeri scandentes culmina caeliAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
limpida stelligeri penetrabat culmina celi268Strecker 1923, 943-61
1445lucida stelligeri scandentes culmina caeliBonifaceEnigma 14
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
serpens angelicus genuit me in culmine caeli1Glorie 1968, 278-343
1445lucida stelligeri scandentes culmina caeliBonifaceEnigma 16
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
edita stelligeri ut non scandent culmina caeli12Glorie 1968, 278-343
1445lucida stelligeri scandentes culmina caeliBonifaceEnigma 17
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
aurea luciferi ut non tranent culmina caeli7Glorie 1968, 278-343
1445lucida stelligeri scandentes culmina caeliBonifaceEnigma 3
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
et sine me scandit nullus per culmina caeli3Glorie 1968, 278-343
1445lucida stelligeri scandentes culmina caeliBonifaceEnigma 4
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
aurea gens hominum scandat quod culmina caeli12Glorie 1968, 278-343
1445lucida stelligeri scandentes culmina caeliBonifaceEnigma 8
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
caelicolaeque tenent iugiter me in culmine caeli8Glorie 1968, 278-343
1445lucida stelligeri scandentes culmina caeliWulfstan CantorVita metrica S. Swithuni, Epistola specialis
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
factorique suo considere culmine caeli534Campbell 1950, 63-177
1448qui simul in sacro baptismi gurgite mersiAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
desere ne pereas lacrimarum gurgite mersa1570Godman 1982
1449spiritus et carnis sumpserunt corde medelamWulfstan CantorVita metrica S. Swithuni
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
percipiesque citam laetanti corde medelam2.1097Campbell 1950, 63-177
1455plurima hic gessit uirtutum signa sacerdosAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3ao
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
o
or
cuius et auxilio uirtutum signa patrauit188Strecker 1923, 943-61
1455plurima hic gessit uirtutum signa sacerdosAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
multa alia ut referunt hic fecit signa iohannes1205Godman 1982
1481ferrea quem strictis nectebant uincla catenisFrithegodBreuiloquium vitae Wilfridi
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
nam quaecumque sacris nectebant uincula membris893Campbell 1950, 4-62
1502angelicis turmis ad caeli sidera uectumBedeDe die iudicii
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
angelicas inter turmas sanctasque cohortes143Fraipont 1955, 439-44
1503pulchraque perpetuae penetrantem limina uitaeAnon (Lat.)De clauibus sapientiae
M3ao
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
o
or
claraque perpetuae pandens misteria uitae7Jones 1975
1510hic octena simul conuersans lustra peregitFrithegodBreuiloquium vitae Wilfridi
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
sero quidem rediit uerum tria lustra peregit172Campbell 1950, 4-62
1514cernuus oraret fretus pietate tonantisAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
principe apostolico; sed de pietate tonantis1355Godman 1982
1518nam pagana procul uulgi cultura manebatAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
foeda procul fugiat primum cultura deorum158Godman 1982
1524tum fixis genibus pulsabat uoce tonantemWulfstan CantorVita metrica S. Swithuni
M3a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
ad tumulum sancti lacrimis pulsatque tonantem1.898Campbell 1950, 63-177
1527sed cuncti pariter uelut aenea signa rigebantAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
et cunctos pariter tetra dementia sepsit221Strecker 1923, 943-61
1531credula doctrinae spondent praecordia uerbisAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
credula pandentes uasta glomerante caterua23Strecker 1923, 943-61
1537dum crebris uicibus celsum pulsabat olimpumAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
uox humana quidem superum pulsaret olympum862Godman 1982
1545nam bellona ferox infecit corda uenenisBonifaceEnigma 12
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
rixarum iactans iugiter per corda uenenum2Glorie 1968, 278-343
1545nam bellona ferox infecit corda uenenisBonifaceEnigma 18
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
tartareum macerans et torquens corde uenenum10Glorie 1968, 278-343
1545nam bellona ferox infecit corda uenenisFrithegodBreuiloquium vitae Wilfridi
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
postquam pestiferum penetrauit corda uenenum612Campbell 1950, 4-62
1555sed quidam incentor bacchatur mente malignaBonifaceEnigma 8
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
nisibus infringor scaeuorum et mente maligna14Glorie 1968, 278-343
1577hic pater illustris celebrans solemnia paschaeAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
paschalique dedit sollemnia certa recursu1447Godman 1982
1585tum pius alloquitur tali cum uoce cateruasAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
sed pius oswaldus … constanti pectore turmam241-2Godman 1982
1587nunc precibus dominum caeli qui regnat in arceBonifaceEnigma 13
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
regis caelorum summa qui regnat in arce45Glorie 1968, 278-343
1588et regit imperium mundi dum sceptra gubernatBedeVita metrica S. Cuthberti
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
quem rogo linquet ait regnet qui sceptra gubernet512Jaager 1935
1609ecce cateruatim densis uenere maniplisFrithegodBreuiloquium vitae Wilfridi
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
manubiis farti regis uenere manipli547Campbell 1950, 4-62
1625nam rudis et priscae legis patefecit abyssumAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
nam rudis et ueteris legis patefecit abyssum1449Godman 1982
1627quos nunc sacratis describit littera cartisBedeVita metrica S. Cuthberti
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
quam sacra diuinis depinxit littera chartis746Jaager 1935
1630dicta retexebat pandens misteria rerumAnon (Lat.)De clauibus sapientiae
M3ao
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
o
or
claraque perpetuae pandens misteria uitae7Jones 1975
1639et genus humanum pollutum fraude maligniBonifaceEnigma 13
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
edidit inuisam superis sub fraude maligna53Glorie 1968, 278-343
1639et genus humanum pollutum fraude maligniBonifaceEnigma 14
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
luciferum ut dudum seduxi fraude malignum9Glorie 1968, 278-343
1650undique uallantes densa cingente coronaFrithegodBreuiloquium vitae Wilfridi
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
presulis auxilio rutilat cingente corona989Campbell 1950, 4-62
1669purpureis uernant qua campi floribus aruaBonifaceEnigma 4
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
ingentem mundi uariis cum floribus aruum11Glorie 1968, 278-343
1682uirginis intemerata uidens praecordia castaeFrithegodBreuiloquium vitae Wilfridi
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
praesensit quippe praecordia casta iuuentae111Campbell 1950, 4-62
1689usquequo clarifici luxerunt lumina solisFrithegodBreuiloquium vitae Wilfridi
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
uisibus et domini praesans sit machina mundi1343Campbell 1950, 4-62
1690de quo iam dudum cecinerunt uerba prophetaeAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
olli respondens sonuit pia uerba propheta134Strecker 1923, 943-61
1695cum pater altithronus gabrihel misisset ab astrisAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
me pius altithronus michaelem misit olympo632Godman 1982
1697qui solymis … arvisAnon (Lat.)Charter S1185
SA1
SA
single antecedent source
1
certain
qui … arvis8Birch 1887, no. 1007
1697qui solymis … arvisAnon (Lat.)Charter S193
M1o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
1
certain
o
or
qui … arvis8Birch 1887, no. 434
1699fons quoque signatus caelesti gurgite pollensAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
extitit egregius celesti gurgite pollens19Strecker 1923, 943-61
1702puerperium paritura puerperaAnon (Lat.)Charter S473
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
uirgo … puerperio25-6Birch 1887, no. 751
1713mellea carnalis contemnens ludicra luxusBonifaceEnigma 10
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
ignea conculcans spernendo ludicra luxus7Glorie 1968, 278-343
1713mellea carnalis contemnens ludicra luxusBonifaceEnigma 5
M2a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
a
and
tetrica mundani calcant ludicra luxus9Glorie 1968, 278-343
1736siciliae tellus quam uallant caerula pontiAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
et rege nunc nostram pelagi per caerula cymbam1322Godman 1982
1749quod castum lacerat corpus mucrone cruentoAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
album sed trucidant statim mucrone cruento1056Godman 1982
1753uirgineos artus assantes torribus atrisBonifaceEnigma 16
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
crudeles animas urens cum torribus atris11Glorie 1968, 278-343
1759necnon et rigidi crudelis sectio ferriFrithegodBreuiloquium vitae Wilfridi
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
senserat et rigidum capulo tenus inguine ferrum787Campbell 1950, 4-62
1759necnon et rigidi crudelis sectio ferriFrithegodBreuiloquium vitae Wilfridi
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
compedibus rigidi dampnatum carcere ferri886Campbell 1950, 4-62
1766post haec martirii mercatur sanguine sertaBonifaceEnigma 10
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
almae martyrii dum gestant serta sorores9Glorie 1968, 278-343
1767perpetuas regni sumens ex carne coronasBedeVita metrica S. Cuthberti
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
perpetuis at lucta beat perfecta coronis687Jaager 1935
1776ignibus opposuit sanctam cum corpore tumbamWulfstan CantorVita metrica S. Swithuni
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
in qua sanctus erat requiescens corpore tumbam1.668Campbell 1950, 63-177
1789-90tangeret ut tumbam … sub morte quieuitAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
nec non tumba prior tenuit quae uirginis almae777Godman 1982
1806credula uirgineis pandentem pectora uerbisAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
intonuit stolido doctis de pectore uerbis167Strecker 1923, 943-61
1811gorgoneis infecta malis pro uirgine ademptaBonifaceEnigma 1
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
in terris uanos homines me uirgine dempta9Glorie 1968, 278-343
1818tum nec sermonum stimulis cedebat acerbisTatwineEnigma 34
M3a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
nam me flamma ferox stimulis deuastat aceruis2Glorie 1968, 165-208
1830tunc igitur morbo mentis cruciatus acerboAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
quo rex depressus morbo languebat acerbo143Strecker 1923, 943-61
1830tunc igitur morbo mentis cruciatus acerboAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
iacuit ad tumbam morbo depressus acerbo315Strecker 1923, 943-61
1832candida sed rigido uiolauit uiscera ferroFrithegodBreuiloquium vitae Wilfridi
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
senserat et rigidum capulo tenus inguine ferrum787Campbell 1950, 4-62
1832candida sed rigido uiolauit uiscera ferroFrithegodBreuiloquium vitae Wilfridi
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
compedibus rigidi dampnatum carcere ferri886Campbell 1950, 4-62
1840-1dum cruor insontis … pro talibus ausisAnon (OE Martyrology)Lucy
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
and hys þæt synnige blod … unsceððian blodes2.263.20-1Kotzor 1981, 2, 262.11-263.24
1850sed cum tale nefas gestiret mente malignusAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
respondit: "leuita fui sed mente maligna1344Godman 1982
1852uirginis aut fibras caecis incendere flammisBedeDe die iudicii
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
tunc caecis merget flammis sine fine misellos123Fraipont 1955, 439-44
1864ad dominum tota conuersus mente fidelisAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
ad dominumque suam uitam conuerterat omnem496Godman 1982
1878candida uirgineis florebat femina sertisBedeDe die iudicii
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
candida uirgineo simul inter agmina flore147Fraipont 1955, 439-44
1907tristia rorifluis umectant imbribus oraAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
ac calidis mesti rorabant imbribus ora298Strecker 1923, 943-61
1912ut cecinit dudum famosus carmine uatesAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
exultauerunt cecinit sicut antea dauid603Godman 1982
1912ut cecinit dudum famosus carmine uatesAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
plurima uersifico cecinit quoque carmina plectro1312Godman 1982
1916uirginis intactae uoluit monstrare triumphosFrithegodBreuiloquium vitae Wilfridi
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
uirginis intactae thalamos inuisere gratis13Campbell 1950, 4-62
1925-56floruit in mundo … fauce molosiAnon (OE Martyrology)Agnes
M2a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
a
and
seo geþrowade … swylcne gerelan2.22.15-22.21Kotzor 1981, 2, 22.14-23.12
1957-74tunc procus advenit … sospite gratesAnon (OE Martyrology)Agnes
M2a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
a
and
ðæs burhgerefan … he aslat2.22.22-23.2Kotzor 1981, 2, 22.14-23.12
1991uulcanus late feruebat torribus atrisBonifaceEnigma 16
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
crudeles animas urens cum torribus atris11Glorie 1968, 278-343
2000diris ut rodant muliebres morsibus artusBedeVita metrica S. Cuthberti
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
conpulit et proprios consumere morsibus artus849Jaager 1935
2005aurea caelestis largitur praemia regniBedeVita metrica S. Cuthberti
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
aurea ne rutuli penetres cum limina regni644Jaager 1935
2005aurea caelestis largitur praemia regniBonifaceEnigmata prologue
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
uel superi incassum perdantur praemia regni20Glorie 1968, 278-343
2005aurea caelestis largitur praemia regniBonifaceEnigma 2
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
inclita me nullus relicta ad praemia regni12Glorie 1968, 278-343
2005aurea caelestis largitur praemia regniBonifaceEnigma 5
M3ao
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
o
or
atque futura noui praestantur premia regni4Glorie 1968, 278-343
2005aurea caelestis largitur praemia regniWulfstan CantorVita metrica S. Swithuni
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
aurea perpetui conscendit praemia regni1.489Campbell 1950, 63-177
2005aurea caelestis largitur praemia regniWulfstan CantorVita metrica S. Swithuni, Epistola specialis
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
aurea caelestis dignanter munera lucris564Campbell 1950, 63-177
2008martira perpetui dum scandit limina caeliWulfstan CantorVita metrica S. Swithuni
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
aurea perpetui conscendit praemia regni1.489Campbell 1950, 63-177
2013sed cunctas pariter pompas contempsit opimasAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
et cunctos pariter tetra dementia sepsit221Strecker 1923, 943-61
2020qui solet assiduis castos armare triumphisAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
assiduis superans hostilia castra triumphis119Godman 1982
2026hanc deus ubertim caelesti munere ditatAnon (Lat.)De clauibus sapientiae
M3ao
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
o
or
arbiter immenso quem ditat munere ihc4Jones 1975
2048quod germana petit deplorans anxia curisAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
anxia corda gerens curis loca congrua adiuit95Godman 1982
2049sic deus auscultat deuota mente rogantesAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
concordes operi deuota mente studentes1517Godman 1982
2059nam pater auguste regnorum sceptra gubernansBedeVita metrica S. Cuthberti
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
quem rogo linquet ait regnet qui sceptra gubernet512Jaager 1935
2072mallet et immunis regi famularier altoBonifaceEnigma 5
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
imperiis domino superis famularier alto8Glorie 1968, 278-343
2097inclita romanis reuehens ex hoste tropeaTatwineEnigma 39
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
inclita romanis sed et urbs dudum uocitabar2Glorie 1968, 165-208
2111-12plures nam christo … celebri rumore coruscansAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
plurima quapropter conuertit … igne coruscans213-14Godman 1982
2123infula quam nitidae comebat casta iuuentaeFrithegodBreuiloquium vitae Wilfridi
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
praesensit quippe praecordia casta iuuentae111Campbell 1950, 4-62
2134eustochium lacrimis uirgo non sensit amarisWulfstan CantorVita metrica S. Swithuni
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
tempore continuo lacrimis non cessat amaris1.1178Campbell 1950, 63-177
2137dulcia sed christi compressit labra labellisAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
attingens labris pulcherrima labia christi440Strecker 1923, 943-61
2158sic soboles paulae degit lectissima uirgoBonifaceEnigma 9
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
et tamen altithroni nato lectissima uirgo22Glorie 1968, 278-343
2160aurea tum propere penetrarat regna polorumBonifaceEnigma 2
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
ast tamen heu miserae non scando regna polorum14Glorie 1968, 278-343
2163demetriadis honor sacratae uirginis almus !BonifaceEnigma 6
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
datam si normam seruarent uirginis almae9Glorie 1968, 278-343
2165plurima cum densis celebrarent agmina turmisBedeDe die iudicii
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
angelica aduenient caelestibus agmina turmis65Fraipont 1955, 439-44
2173inclita haec fuerat generosa stirpe parentumWulfstan CantorVita metrica S. Swithuni
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
edita nobilium clara de stirpe parentum2.821Campbell 1950, 63-177
2182possidet obrizum et gemma fulgente metallumAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
iussit ut obrizo non parui ponderis auro1504Godman 1982
2222-43denique praedictas … crepitante tumultoAnon (OE Martyrology)Agape, Chionia (Irene)
M1a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
1
certain
a
and
se casere … his agene mæn2.49.7-50.3Kotzor 1981, 2, 49.1-50.9
2226luxuriae stimulis caeco et correptus amoreBedeDe die iudicii
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
luxuriae stimulis te tuae agitabis acutis89Fraipont 1955, 439-44
2236sed prestante deo caecatur corde malignusWulfstan CantorVita metrica S. Swithuni, Epistola specialis
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
qui prestante deo soluitque ligamina mundo251Campbell 1950, 63-177
2244linquentes larvam furvum fantasma putabantAnon (OE Martyrology)Agape, Chionia (Irene)
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
wendon þæt hit wære larbo2.50.3Kotzor 1981, 2, 49.1-50.9
2247cernere quam reliqui quirent sine fraude malignaBonifaceEnigma 13
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
edidit inuisam superis sub fraude maligna53Glorie 1968, 278-343
2247cernere quam reliqui quirent sine fraude malignaBonifaceEnigma 14
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
luciferum ut dudum seduxi fraude malignum9Glorie 1968, 278-343
2267insontes pariter crudeli morte necaretAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
hos subito raptos crudeli morte necarunt1055Godman 1982
2273angelicis ulnis ad caeli sidera scanduntBonifaceEnigma 1
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
trans ubi semper eram fugiens nunc sidera scandam10Glorie 1968, 278-343
2273angelicis ulnis ad caeli sidera scanduntAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
angelicis uectus ulnis super astra polorum272Strecker 1923, 943-61
2275tramite dissimili tendens ad praemia uitaeBonifaceEnigma 20
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
luciflua ut perdant uenturae praemia uitae6Glorie 1968, 278-343
2287ut sponsi thalamis caeli qui regnat in arceBonifaceEnigma 13
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
regis caelorum summa qui regnat in arce45Glorie 1968, 278-343
2287ut sponsi thalamis caeli qui regnat in arceAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
uictrices aquilas caeli qui fertis in arcem10Godman 1982
2291errorum anfractus salebroso calle sequunturBedeVita metrica S. Cuthberti
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
digreditur lento quidam quem calle secutus221Jaager 1935
2327artus uirgineos sic texit parma pudorisAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
uestis item sacros qua texit uirginis artus775Godman 1982
2331-7tum famulas tortor … cum sospite vitaAnon (OE Martyrology)Rufina, Secunda
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
sum cæmpena ealdormon … hit fleoteð on streame2.147.5-9Kotzor 1981, 2, 147.1-9
2341ambae martirii mercantes serta cruentaBonifaceEnigma 10
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
almae martyrii dum gestant serta sorores9Glorie 1968, 278-343
2350triquadrum rexerat orbemAnon (Lat.)Charter S399
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
triquadri orbis latitudinem1Birch 1887, no. 664
2350triquadrum rexerat orbemAnon (Lat.)Charter S400
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
triquadri orbis latitudinem1Birch 1887, no. 663
2350triquadrum rexerat orbemAnon (Lat.)Charter S404
SA3
SA
single antecedent source
3
possible
triquadri orbis6Birch 1887, no. 667
2369flammeus aspectu niueo candore coruscusAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
fulgidus adspectu statu sublimis honesto1609Godman 1982
2369flammeus aspectu niueo candore coruscusWulfstan CantorVita metrica S. Swithuni
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
procedunt ambae niueo candore cohortes1.944Campbell 1950, 63-177
2393credula si domino pandant praecordia christoAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
eius et eloquio multi precordia christo22Strecker 1923, 943-61
2393credula si domino pandant praecordia christoAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
credula pandentes uasta glomerante caterua23Strecker 1923, 943-61
2393credula si domino pandant praecordia christoAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
credula si fuerint hominum pre cordia semper360Strecker 1923, 943-61
2401mox draco crudelis sermonum pondere pressusAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
nec rapit arma furor legum sub pondere pressus127Godman 1982
2414quae precibus crebris laudarent uoce tonantemAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
et crebris precibus sacrata busta sacelli300Strecker 1923, 943-61
2424insuper expertus calloso corpore lepramAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M2a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
a
and
turgentem mundat squamoso corpore lepram252Strecker 1923, 943-61
2426-45sic quoque famosis … macta virtute coronamAnon (OE Martyrology)Anatolia, Audax
M1a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
1
certain
a
and
on ðone ilcan dæg … sanctus audax2.145.12-146.15Kotzor 1981, 2, 145.12-146.15
2433ollis optatam reddebat uirgo salutemAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
extiterat multis optatae causa salutis779Godman 1982
2446digestis igitur sanctorum laudibus almisBedeVita metrica S. Cuthberti
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
diuinis horam dum sacrat laudibus almus171Jaager 1935
2459salpix classica clangitAnon (Lat.)Charter S417
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
classica … salpicae33-4Birch 1887, no. 689
2459salpix classica clangitAnon (Lat.)Charter S421
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
classica … salpice25-6Birch 1887, no. 694
2459salpix classica clangitAnon (Lat.)Charter S423
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
classica … salpice36O'Donovan 1988, no. 8
2459salpix classica clangitAnon (Lat.)Charter S928
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
classica clangente … salpice23Sawyer 1979, no. 37
2493ieiunii ualidis pellax prosternitur armisTatwineEnigma 25
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
paruulus ast obiens me iam prostaruerat armis5Glorie 1968, 165-208
2517dapsilis et tribuens cunctis solamina uictusFrithegodBreuiloquium vitae Wilfridi
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
dapsilis ast cunctis dedans ermenia uitae226Campbell 1950, 4-62
2519qui sodomae facinus patrabant more nefandoBonifaceEnigma 17
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
qui sodomae princeps quondam dum regna uigebant15Glorie 1968, 278-343
2541nectaris idcirco contemnit pocula mulsaBonifaceEnigmata prologue
M3a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
manducans mulso inspireris nectaris haustu7Glorie 1968, 278-343
2541nectaris idcirco contemnit pocula mulsaBonifaceEnigma 13
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
dulcius ut mulsum quaerant quam nectaris haustum55Glorie 1968, 278-343
2552haec bellona ferox sub tristia tartara trusitBonifaceEnigma 13
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
quod plures populos mordens sub tartara trusi62Glorie 1968, 278-343
2575arma cruenta ferens et spicula lita uenenoBonifaceEnigmata prologue
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
uipero ut dudum saeue perlita ueneno15Glorie 1968, 278-343
2585cunctorum causam contestans esse malorumBonifaceEnigma 13
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
cunctorum stirpem et causam me esse malorum65Glorie 1968, 278-343
2626quae semper furibunda cupit discrimina belliAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
quatenus deuicto instantis discrimine belli60Strecker 1923, 943-61
2628dum copulata piae disrumpit foedera pacisTatwineEnigma 34
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
ut acis pia mox truculenter foedera frangam3Glorie 1968, 165-208
2688ut concessa rudis fuscaret munera uitaeBonifaceEnigma 20
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
aurea uenturae qui quaerunt munera uitae15Glorie 1968, 278-343
2691usibus humanis seruiret rite per aeuumBonifaceEnigma 17
M2a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
a
and
usibus humanis dulcis ceu nectaris haustus2Glorie 1968, 278-343
2693heu! scelus heu! facinus miseris mortalibus ortumBonifaceEnigma 17
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
heu miseri talem mortales spernite gypsam11Glorie 1968, 278-343
2693heu! scelus heu! facinus miseris mortalibus ortumBonifaceEnigma 8
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
qui in proprio tecto me dedignantur habere17Glorie 1968, 278-343
2708nam plerumque probos propriis prosternere telisBonifaceEnigma 14
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
bella mouens animis caste qui uiuere malunt6Glorie 1968, 278-343
2726sanguine purpureo dum scaeuus rura cruentatBonifaceEnigma 13
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
pignora purpureo maculet quod sanguine terrae3Glorie 1968, 278-343
2727inde superbarum nascuntur murmura uocumFrithegodBreuiloquium vitae Wilfridi
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
ingeminat querulas instanti murmure uoces506Campbell 1950, 4-62
2740ut dominum propriis aequaret uiribus audaxBonifaceEnigma 9
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
in tanto numero excepta me uiribus audax15Glorie 1968, 278-343
2745sedibus et superis florebant sorte beataBonifaceEnigma 5
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
sedibus e superis soboles nempe architenentis13Glorie 1968, 278-343
2750plus se terrenus mundani cultor agelliAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
sed bonus atque pius peregrini cultor agelli84Godman 1982
2759culmina celsa ualet humilis conscendere uirgoAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
culmina celsa petunt praeclare gressibus aule296Strecker 1923, 943-61
2795aut dentes stridant in potu forte bibentumBonifaceEnigmata prologue
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
ne dentes strideant fuscati peste maligna18Glorie 1968, 278-343
2811ad requiem tendens obtata sorte fruaturBonifaceEnigma 5
M2a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
a
and
ad requiem ut tendant animae pulsabo tonantem11Glorie 1968, 278-343
2814et famulas domini precibus pulsabo misellusBedeVita metrica S. Cuthberti
M3a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
celsithronum didicit precibus pulsare tonantem96Jaager 1935
2814et famulas domini precibus pulsabo misellusBedeVita metrica S. Cuthberti
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
ergo deum restat precibus pulsare supinis265Jaager 1935
2816limpida stelligeri scandentes culmina caeliAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
limpida stelligeri penetrabat culmina celi268Strecker 1923, 943-61
2816limpida stelligeri scandentes culmina caeliBonifaceEnigma 14
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
serpens angelicus genuit me in culmine caeli1Glorie 1968, 278-343
2816limpida stelligeri scandentes culmina caeliBonifaceEnigma 16
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
edita stelligeri ut non scandent culmina caeli12Glorie 1968, 278-343
2816limpida stelligeri scandentes culmina caeliBonifaceEnigma 3
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
et sine me scandit nullus per culmina caeli3Glorie 1968, 278-343
2816limpida stelligeri scandentes culmina caeliBonifaceEnigma 4
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
aurea gens hominum scandat quod culmina caeli12Glorie 1968, 278-343
2816limpida stelligeri scandentes culmina caeliBonifaceEnigma 8
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
caelicolaeque tenent iugiter me in culmine caeli8Glorie 1968, 278-343
2816limpida stelligeri scandentes culmina caeliWulfstan CantorVita metrica S. Swithuni, Epistola specialis
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
factorique suo considere culmine caeli534Campbell 1950, 63-177
2821nec non ante diem qui mortis limina panditBedeVita metrica S. Cuthberti
M3a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
ergo deum restat precibus pulsare supinis265Jaager 1935
2824deleat aeternus caelorum gloria christusBedeVita metrica S. Cuthberti
M2o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
o
or
enituit christus caelorum gloria terris258Jaager 1935
2826actibus aut dictis seu solo noxia sensuBonifaceEnigma 5
M2a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
2
probable
a
and
actus uel dicti sensus seu ut uincla resoluant12Glorie 1968, 278-343
2827sic mihi dignetur sanctorum summa potestasFrithegodBreuiloquium vitae Wilfridi
S2
S
single immediate source
2
probable
obuius excaepit mundi quia summa potestas931Campbell 1950, 4-62
2850qui propriis numquam confidit belliger armisAlcuinCarmen 1 (Poem on York)
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
belliger occubuit subito socialibus armis227Godman 1982
2871ut mihi cum precibus peccati uincla resoluantBonifaceEnigma 5
M3a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
actus uel dicti sensus seu ut uincla resoluant12Glorie 1968, 278-343
2874principio uel calce carens et temporis expersBonifaceEnigma 5
M3ao
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
o
or
arbiter aethereus condit me calce carentem15Glorie 1968, 278-343
2876arbiter aeternum mihi iam miserescat in aeuumAnon (Lat.)Miracula S. Nyniae episcopi
M3o
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
o
or
arbiter eternus qui condidit omnia sanctum97Strecker 1923, 943-61
2876arbiter aeternum mihi iam miserescat in aeuumBonifaceEnigma 5
M3a
M
multiple source (one of two or more immediate sources cited for the passage)
3
possible
a
and
talibus humanum semper miserebor in aeuum6Glorie 1968, 278-343
2882et regnatoris stipant sublime tribunalEusebiusEnigma 40
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
astriferumque polum et sublime peragro tribunal4Glorie 1968, 209-71
2885cum restaurat labentia saecla redemptorBonifaceEnigma 5
S1
S
single immediate source
1
certain
cuncta meis precibus restaurat saecla redemptor14Glorie 1968, 278-343
2887illic martiribus florescit uita perennisBedeDe die iudicii
S3
S
single immediate source
3
possible
gaudia laetitiae uirtus lux uita perennis136Fraipont 1955, 439-44