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|Description||Portrait of Chaucer as a Canterbury pilgrim, Ellesmere manuscript of The Canterbury Tales.
The Tale of Melibee „A yong man called Melibeus, myghty and riche, bigat upon his wyf, that called was Prudence, a doghter which that called was Sophie.Upon a day bifel that he for his desport is went into the feeldes hem to pleye. His wyf and eek his doghter hath he left inwith his hous, of which the dores weren faste yshette. Thre of his olde foes han it espyed, and setten laddres to the walles of his hous, and by wyndowes been entred, and betten his wyf, and wounded his doghter with fyve mortal woundes in fyve sondry places, this is to seyn, in hir feet, in hire handes, in hir erys, in hir nose, and in hire mouth, and leften hire for deed, and wenten awey.“
|Date||early 15th century|
|Source||Submitted to the English Wikipedia by w:User:Wetman|
|Author||unknown, possibly Adam Pinkhurst|
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