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The Lemma Sorted Concordance to the Malaga Corpus of Late Middle English Scientific Prose


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Description

Concordance Manager is an online application which serves to visualize the concordances generated with TexSEn. The application employs PHP language with MySQL database access.

Main Features

The concordances are displayed in terms of lemma. The program applies a specific format/style to the data, when displayed on screen, so as to procure a clearer reading of the results. The main results are organized into five columns: a) Lemma; b) -1 (the first preceding word); c) keyword (the word entry); d) +1 (the first following word); and e) reference.

Visualization

For the sake of successful reading and screen-visualization, concordances are generated with five words to the right and to the left of the lemma/keyword. If a larger context for the lemma is desired, it can be generated through TexSEn with the "Lemma-sorted KWIC concordance builder"; and if you wish to visualize the whole phrases, go to the list of lemmas and phrases.

When the selected lemma has many registers, they are generated on a number of different pages, each one displaying a total of 200 registers. Below the bottom left corner of the table, navigation buttons are included to move through the different pages.

The layout of the table displayed on screen is the following. The first cell of each row holds the lemma (in blue) and the cells to the right, the keyword's pre-context. Next, the keyword is offered in central position (in red) and to the right the keyword's post-context. Although the number of words in the pre- and post-context can be changed when generating the concordances, it is commonly kept the same for all the lemmas in a table. Finally, the text's reference is provided with the page (p italicized and in superscript) or folio (r or v italicized and in superscript) number and the line of the given paragraph.

By default, the results are always displayed according to the original ordering of the words in the text, not alphabetically. However, they can be alphabetically sorted in terms of keyword, previous word (-1), or following word (+1) by clicking on the icon () appearing on top of the aforementioned columns.

Content
  1. Hunter 95 - Yuhanna Ibn Masawaih's Antidotary - Transcription by Teresa Marqués Aguado
  2. Hunter 307 - System of Physic - Transcription by Laura Esteban Segura
  3. Hunter 307 - Gynaecological Text - Transcription by Laura Esteban Segura
  4. Hunter 328 - Corbeil's Treatise on urines - Transcription by Javier Calle Martín
  5. Hunter 328 - Alphabetical list of Remedies - Transcription by Melania Evelyn Sánchez Reed
  6. Hunter 497 - Translation of Macer's Herbary - Transcription by Javier Calle Martín
  7. Hunter 503 - De probatissima arte oculorum - Transcription by David Moreno Olalla
  8. Hunter 509 - System of Physic - Transcription by Laura Esteban Segura
  9. Hunter 513 - De probatissima arte oculorum - Transcription by Teresa Marqués Aguado
  10. Hunter 513 - Antidotary - Transcription by Teresa Marqués Aguado
  11. Wellcome 290 - Constantinus Africanus, Venerabilis Anatomia - Transcription by Jesús Romero Barranco
  12. Wellcome 290 - Galen Anatomy - Transcription by Javier Calle Martín
  13. Wellcome 397 - Treatise of Powders, Pills and Electuaries - Transcription by Melania Evelyn Sánchez Reed
  14. Wellcome 397 - Qualities of Herbs - Transcription by María Gómez Díaz
  15. Wellcome 405 - Leechbook Recipes - Transcription by Teresa Marqués Aguado
  16. Wellcome 409 - Receipts - Transcription by David Moreno Olalla
  17. Wellcome 409 - De Doom of Urines - Transcription by Miriam Criado
  18. Wellcome 409 - Medical Receipts - Transcription by David Moreno Olalla
  19. Wellcome 411 - On Lucky and Unlucky Days - Transcription by Jesús Romero Barranco
  20. Wellcome 411 - Book of Nativite - Transcription by Jesús Romero Barranco
  21. Wellcome 411 - Book of Astronomy - Transcription by Laura Esteban Segura
  22. Wellcome 411 - Cure of Biting - Transcription by Laura Esteban Segura
  23. Wellcome 542 - Leech-Book - Transcription by Jesús Romero Barranco
  24. Wellcome 799 - William de Congenis' Treatise of Surgery - Transcription by Alicia Castanedo Couto
  25. Wellcome 5262 - Medical Recipe Collection - Transcription by Laura Esteban Segura
  26. Wellcome 8004 - Astrological compendium - Transcription by Teresa Marqués Aguado and Carolina Pérez Guillén
Concord

The lemma-sorted concordances are generated from the Hunter manuscripts which compose the Malaga corpus of the Late Middle English Scientific Prose. Actually, the lemma-sorted concordances replicate the KWIC concordances of the referred corpus though sorted in terms of their lemma for the sake of easing the consult. By clicking on a given lemma of the predictive list all the variants compiled under this lemma are displayed in a tabular format. This constitutes a great advantage as all the lemma-related allomorphs are listed at a stake without other words intervening in the list and thus avoiding the task of scrolling throughout the alphabetical list especially whenever initial alternative consonants are involved (<f> / <v> ; <c> / <k> / <ch> ; <th> / <thorn> / <yogh> , etc.) or initial monothongs or diphthongs are concerned, which may be (the) exponent of a dialectal feature.
The lemma-sorted concordances are shown treatise by treatise in this application, though the results of five of them have been grouped here for convenience. The treatises concordanced are Hunter 503 (Eye), Hunter 513 (Eye), Hunter 513 (Antidotary), Hunter 509 (System of Physic), and Hunter 497 (Macer's Herbary), and the lemmas selected for illustration are {air, n (1)}, {either, c}, {either, d}, {either, r}, (bēn, v), (bī, p), etc-

Lemma -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 Keyword 1 2 3 4 5 Reference
Hunter 513e air, n (1) fro the mutacions of the aer and therfore obtolime hauen dominioun 9r, 15-19
Hunter 513e air, n (1) suche other or of summe aer ẏcorrupt or infecte wherefor all 33r, 5-9
Hunter 513e air, n (1) is in a clere aer it helithe Also the 33v, 15-19
Hunter 503 air, n (1) were fleyng flyes yn the ayre on the day lyght . 72p, 10-14
Hunter 503 air, n (1) . or with any infecte ayre . that men calle blastyng 118p, 5-9
Hunter 509 air, n (1) smo//ke and hoot eiȜyr neyȜen hym and hoote emplastres 14r, 15
Hunter 509 air, n (1) oþer blake þinges in þe eir Turnyng / of þe brayn 17r, 1
Hunter 509 air, n (1) oþerwhile of hete of þe eir oþer of myche trauayle •// 98v, 10
Hunter 509 air, n (1) hoot fier / þat þe eire þat þei reseyuen in 66r, 5
Hunter 509 air, n (1) and sleep and coold eire And anoynte here 97v, 5
Hunter 509 air, n (1) þorow drawyng breþ of coold eire þan þorow eny drynck 98v, 25
Hunter 509 air, n (1) /• and late make þe eire coold with coold þinges as 99r, 10
Hunter 509 air, n (1) of traueile oþer of coold eire oþerwhile it comeþ fro 153v, 10
Hunter 503 air, n (1) before the lyȜt of the ere . and the Crystalline humor . 10p, 1-4
Hunter 509 air, n (1) elementes ffyer Eyr Watyr and Erþe Euery 1r, 1
Hunter 509 air, n (1) scharp •// The Eyr js hoot and moyst 1r, 5
Hunter 509 air, n (1) sen alway wan þe eyr a•ryst in heyȜte 1r, 5
Hunter 509 air, n (1) drawe bre//<e>þ of coold eyr / And Ȝif his 71v, 1
Hunter 497 air, n (1) drawyth yn as . muche eyre . as he puttyth oute 30r, 1
Hunter 497 air, n (1) putyth out moor of þe eyre þan he resceyueth Disnoicus ys 30r, 5
Hunter 503 air, n (1) for bycause of chaungyng of the eyre Obtalmies comunly haue ýer 34p, 5-9
Hunter 503 air, n (1) thyn clowde yn a clere eyre . and vnneth yt may 69p, 10-14
Hunter 503 air, n (1) sprede abrode yn the clere eyre . hit helpith it . 121p, 5-9
Hunter 509 air, n (1) fram corupcioun of þe eyre and also mayden//here is 137r, 5
Hunter 513a air, n (1) festned and dried with the eyre ffor yf Þey be leyde 88r, 10
Hunter 513e air, n (1) cloude in the clere eẏre disperpled Wherfor knowe that 19v, 15-19
Hunter 513e air, n (1) were fleẏng flẏes in Þe eẏre in the daẏlight And 21r, 1-4

Lemma -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 Keyword 1 2 3 4 5 Reference
Hu513e either, d and woo and akthe on aẏther side fiȜtyng on euery side 28v, 10-14
Hu513a either...ōr elles, c (1) flessh Þat is superflue for whẏ either it is good but it 74r, 5
Hu509 either, r · and euforbe · of eiþer · vij dragme tempre · 21r, 15
Hu509 either, r of dycastore of myrabe of eiþer dragme iij · of musk 29v, 10
Hu509 either, r · and seneuey · of eiþer · ounce · j · 63v, 10
Hu509 either, r · and orobȜ · of eiþer · dragme · iij · 83r, 5
Hu509 either, c agaric / stikades of euere eiþer dragme iij · of mastic 20v, 25
Hu509 either, c freische botere · of euer eiþere ounce ij · of oile 145r, 25
Hu509 either, r · and hony · of eiþur j·lyche myche · and · 43r, 5
Hu503 either ... or, c (1) yn ýer eyon . causyd eiýer of thouhte and grete heuynes 75p, 5-9
Hu509 either, c / it · defiȜe · eþer it passeþ vndefiȜed · Myche 5r, 1
Hu509 either, c day late hym ete · eþer þe for seid electuarie · oþer 161r, 10
Hu497 either, r euel for þe stomak but ether of hem sayth þat yf 78v, 20
Hu497 either ... or, c (1) þat purgen with uomyte . ether soluen þe stomak or þe 67v, 15
Hu503 either ... or, c (1) proceden from the hert . eyther for sorow . drede . 111p, 10-14
Hu513e either, c a man maẏe make stronge eyÞer weiker at his owne luste 70v, 15
Hu497 either, c ben drawe to gedyr or shortes eyther hurte with colde . yf 32r, 5
Hu497 either, c wyche þe hardenesse of hosen eyther of shone hath made . 41r, 10
Hu497 either, c lender þan yt shulde . eyþer deth folewyth þan anoon . 54v, 15
Hu497 either, c u uertu þys pouder eten eyþer drunken . wol purge with 73r, 10
Hu497 either, c þys herbe . hyr pouder eyther hyr Iuys & obseruyth not 73v, 15
Hu497 either, c The iij uertu canel eten eyther drunke helyth þe lyuer purgyth 83r, 20
Hu497 either, c of encense of gose grece eyþer dokes grece wol hele þe 85rbis, 10
Hu497 either, c hath foure corners or pykes eyþer hornes growynge upwarde coddes yt 91v, 10
Hu497 either, r & so shal þow destroye eyþer of hem . The xj 46r, 5
Hu497 either ... or, c (1) be sharpe . or harre eyther by colde or by syngynge 47v, 1
Hu509 either, r pypes / j liche myche of eyþere // A good powdre · 119r, 10
Hu509 either, r temperat medicines wole hele euere eyþere and þer//fore oon medicine wole 144r, 1

As for the lemma {air, n (1)} 27 occurrences have been found, their distribution being as follows: MS Hunter 503 (Eye) 6x, MS Hunter 513 (Eye) 5x, MS Hunter (Antidotary) 1x, MS Hunter 509 (System of Physic) 13x, MS Hunter 497 (Macer’s Herbary) x2. In turn, the allomorphs found are distributed as follows: <aer> x3, <ayre> x2, <eiӡyr> x1, <eir> x2, <eire> x5, <ere> x1, <eyr> x4, <eyre> x7, and <eẏre> x2. From the number of occurrences it is straighforward to deduce that not all of them can be related to their respective treatises as shown in the table below.

Hunter 503 Hunter 513 (E) Hunter 513 (A) Hunter 509 Hunter 497 Total
aer 3 3
ayre 2 2
eiӡyr 1 1
eir 2 2
eire 5 5
ere 1 1
eyr 4 4
eyre 3 1 1 2 7
eẏre 2 2
 
Total 6 5 1 13 2 27

Although the allomorphs of just one lemma have been studied, the lemma-sorted approach lends itself helpful to accomplish most descriptive philological studies. In addition, the feasibility of sorting alphabetically the precontext (-1) and the postcontext (+1) of the KWIC is also a valuable device to discover a plausible explanation for the ending <e> in the allomorphs (as its deployment may sometimes depend on the ensuing context, be they a punctuation mark, a vowel-initiated word, or a consonant-initiated word).
Similarly, the distribution of the allomorphs of the lemmas {either, d}, {either, r} and {either, c} is also uneven, either when the featuring class is taken into consideration (determiner x1, pronoun x8, and conjunction x17) or when the treatise is invoked as can be seen in the tables below.

Hunter 503 Hunter 513 (E) Hunter 513 (A) Hunter 509 Hunter 497 Total
Determiner 1 1
Pronoun 7 1 8
Conjunction 3 1 2 11 17
 
Total 3 1 1 9 12 27
 
aẏther 1 1
either 1 1
eiϸer 5 5
eiϸere 1 1
eiϸur 1 1
eiẏer 1 1
eϸer 2 2
ether 2 2
eyther 1 5 6
eyϸer 1 5 6
eyϸere 2 2
 
Total 2 2 1 11 12 28

Leaving aside the likely dialectal characteristics that can point to the provenance of the text, the information deriving from the concordances can sometimes result into a valuable authorship fingerprint especially when dealing with function words: {either, d} only occurs in Hunter 513 (Eye) whereas {either, r} is exclusive of restrictive use in Hunter 509 (System of Physic) x7. In the case of {either} the concordance also allows us to observe that <of> is the only postcontext (7x) and precontext (1x). Hardly could these evidences have been found so easily without counting on the lemma-sorted concordances, as the allomorphs are not bound to be consecutive in an alphabetical list.
The lemma-sorted concordances are also helpful when some allomorphs of a given lemma <be>, <bi>, <bie>, <by>, etc., coincide with allomorphs of a different lemma in a plain KWIC concordance as in the case of {ben, v} and {bi, p} since the linguist doesn’t have to filter them in view of the context. A sample of this phenomenon is illustrated below.

Lemma -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 Kw 1 2 3 4 5 Ref MSS
bēn, va woman & she shal a noon be delyueryd of hyr after byrden . 10r, 10 Hu497
bēn, va But Ȝif þe ache be of malencolie þat is to 15r, 25 Hu509
bēn, va causes for þorfe suche adustyon be draw oute noyous humours of 42v, 10 Hu497
bēn, va the nedyll . But always be ware that the nedyll be 19p, 15 Hu503
bēn, va iij wokes to gidere And be ware of Costyfnesse and 160v, 20 Hu509
bēn, va eyon apere bolleyn . and be allweys wepyng . and the 59p, 1 Hu503
bēn, va . or smart . and be caused by a maner of 111p, 10 Hu503
bēn, va procedenn from the brayn and be causid of sum corrupcion of 112p, 1 Hu503
bēn, va drawe in to þe veynis and be encheson of more Ne 53v, 5 Hu509
bēn, va wole be j souded And be he ware of alle 159r, 5 Hu509
bēn, va fragment be long ýeron and be not cured on this seyd 115p, 10 Hu503
bēn, va be vndo her stoppẏng and be opened and that the visible 21r, 15 Hu513e
bēn, va be made wyth wyne and be put yn the eye that 134p, 1 Hu503
bēn, va temperat metes and drynkes and be þei ware of grete metes 143r, 20 Hu509
bēn, va renewe it a •dai and be þei ware of alle kene 156v, 10 Hu509
bēn, va j medlid with water and be þei ware of myche drynkyng 156v, 10 Hu509
bēn, va j seid bi fore /•/ And be þei ware of pollipodie for 156v, 15 Hu509
bēn, va bien hoote / And be war / And bi war 53r, 25 Hu509
bēn, va hem no woship And be ware ẏou that ye teche 12v, 1 Hu513e
bēn, va none other cure And be ware that ye do nought 28r, 15 Hu513e
bēn, va hys ers Ȝokyn and be wasche with water þat bren 129r, 5 Hu509
bēn, va of þe rotes of aneys be moor sharpe yn wyrchynge þan 34v, 15 Hu497
bēn, va here lunges as be kynd of diuersse syknesse 7r, 10 Hu509
bēn, va Malencole // Ȝif þe blood be // <ful> myche repleet 9r, 15 Hu509
bēn, va and Malencolie Ȝif blood be cause of replecion in þe 6r, 5 Hu509
bēn, va feuers yf all þe body be anoynted of yt before or þe 21v, 5 Hu497
bēn, va þat euery colric / body be hoot / and driȜe of 2rbis, 10 Hu509
bēn, va Ȝyf a body be sanguyn þese be þe 2r, 15 Hu509
bēn, va heed . yf þe body be wel ybaþed yn þe water 72r, 5 Hu497
bēn, va and so tyl the bolnyng be hoole . Thys plaster ys 119p, 5 Hu503
bēn, va the morter togiders till bothe be right sotill and do this 20r, 15 Hu513e
bēn, va •// And Ȝif þe ache bi of heete ; let hym 14v, 5 Hu509
bēn, va þe rewme And bi war of myche liȜt and 53v, 1 Hu509
bēn, va seie wheþer he bi with feuere or with owtyn 53r, 20 Hu509
bēn, va to loke wheþer þe mater bi þicke oþer þinne 73r, 10 Hu509
bēn, va þei fallyng / a•down bie a tokne of 26v, 5 Hu509
bēn, va •// And Ȝif þe ache bie ful violent / ; ne 32v, 10 Hu509
bēn, va And Ȝif þe ache bie ful greuous tak oile 47v, 10 Hu509
bēn, va But Ȝif þe ache bie ful gret / ley 60v, 5 Hu509
bēn, va // And Ȝif þe ache bie ful greuouse with owten swellyng jt 60v, 20 Hu509
bēn, va but Ȝif þe ache bie more violent / and peri//louse 31v, 20 Hu509
bēn, va gre//uaunce // Ȝif þe ache bie of coold þe eere 45r, 25 Hu509
bēn, va •// And Ȝif þe ache bie of heete as j•seid 46r, 25 Hu509
bēn, va so Ȝif þe acheke bie swart reed and þe 60r, 1 Hu509
bēn, va of eyren •// but algatis bie þei ware of clawynge 40r, 25 Hu509
bēn, va þe stomac / and bie cause of sum posteme 53v, 5 Hu509
bēn, va and coueitouse and bie euer arw and dredfulle 1rbis, 10 Hu509
bēn, va makeþ here swelle and bie laxe and bryng//<e>þ here 52v, 20 Hu509
bēn, va moder bie fallen down and bie lowere þan it xuld bie 94r, 5 Hu509
bēn, va in here Ȝouþe ; and bie nat j heleed whan sche 23r, 5 Hu509
bēn, va of coold and bie nat a fulle 53v, 10 Hu509
bēn, va bien to broken z and bie nat wel j•clensyd 84v, 20 Hu509
bēn, va to lete blood •// And bie war þat he fnese nat 49r, 15 Hu509
bēn, va þese maneres nose bleding bie hit mai bie of 55r, 20 Hu509
bēn, va metes last his blood bie corupt / and his 19v, 10 Hu509
bēn, va mak þat þe blood bie j lettyd of his cours 39v, 15 Hu509
bēn, va bie Ȝif þe body bie ful of humours / 27r, 15 Hu509
bēn, va nar//þelees Ȝif his body bie ful moist / and his 32v, 5 Hu509
bēn, va •// And Ȝif þe body bie replet / let hym blood 34v, 10 Hu509
bēn, va •// Consolidatifs xullen boþe bie leid with inne and with owte 49v, 1 Hu509
bēn, va •// And Ȝif þe brest bie hoot and feele a 73r, 10 Hu509
bēn, va it by surgery •// But bie þei ware fro wraþþe 80v, 15 Hu509
bēn, va lityl and his colour bie swart and Ȝelew oþer 73r, 10 Hu509
bēn, va // And Ȝif þat coold bie of a 45r, 25 Hu509
bēn, va And Ȝif þe couȜe bie of vi//<s>couse flewme Ȝyf 74v, 15 Hu509
bēn, va And lat hese dietyng bie with smal ale and 55v, 20 Hu509
bēn, va and Ȝif þe body by ful of blood lat 60r, 10 Hu509
bēn, va And Ȝif þe posteme by with owtyn men may sone 34v, 1 Hu509
bēn, va swolewyd a down but alle by ese and þanne þei 96r, 20 Hu509
bēn, va / And lete hym by kept in myche silence 18v, 5 Hu509
bēn, va womannus mylk // Aloes xal by as oftyn siþes in þe iuys 36r, 15 Hu509
bēn, va And here mete xal by siche þat wole esyly be 30v, 5 Hu509
bēn, va heed and let hym bye kyssid of sum frend þat 93r, 15 Hu509
bēn, va / But Ȝif it bye of þe rewme ley 60v, 10 Hu509

Lemma -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 Kw 1 2 3 4 5 Ref MS
bī, p man maẏe bettyr suffre akthe be daie Þan be nyght 76r, 5 Hu513a
bī, p is j•seie also be þe kynde : of 3v, 25 Hu509
bī, p by the stroke . and be bruser therof . whych stroke 21p, 1 Hu503
bī, p nat kyndly defyyd and be þat vrine xal be þinne 4v, 10 Hu509
bī, p and hoosnesse and be þe maner of spetinge 6v, 5 Hu509
bī, p all a nyght . and be tyme or the morne clense 60p, 10 Hu503
bī, p of spetyng / as be þe þicnesse or 6v, 5 Hu509
bī, p And Þerfore suche humours as well be resoun of here coldnesse and 83v, 5 Hu513a
bī, p muste be reduced to attem=peraunce be hete lesse to Þe same 83r, 1 Hu513a
bī, p the place ys dryed boyth be the poynt of the lacrymall 109p, 5 Hu503
bī, p Þe whiche the sotill is consumed be swete and the grete is 52v, 20 Hu513a
bī, p for lak of due cure be tyme . And for ýat 71p, 1 Hu503
bī, p all these mowe be declared be ordre ffirst Þat Þey muste 81r, 15 Hu513a
bī, p and the grete is expellyd be scabbe and swellinges Com=pound 52v, 20 Hu513a
bī, p an hawe from the eye be ensample of a cure that 116p, 1 Hu503
bī, p be still till theẏ falle be hem selfe with the skyn of 15v, 20 Hu513e
bī, p xl daies ffor be þat tyme jt wole 159r, 5 Hu509
bī, p nyght of a medycyne founde be practysse callyd . virtus a deo data . 96p, 5 Hu503
bī, p blood bie þer habundaunt be þe signes þou maist knowe 7r, 15 Hu509
bī, p þer fore þat may be holpen be þat þat is j seid be fore 134r, 15 Hu509
bī, p pacient may know þat hym self be þe metes and drynkes þat 123v, 1 Hu509
bī, p anẏ pacientes of this infirmite be Þes signes afore saide Than 21r, 10 Hu513e
bī, p in iiij parties þat is be iiij tymes sexe /•// Blood 3r, 15 Hu509
bī, p of þese iij maneris is be medicines as han be teeld 153v, 20 Hu509
bī, p / of hem is be o//<r>dure •// ffor Ȝif ffleume 7v, 5 Hu509
bī, p stoppyng þou maist j knowin it be þat þat was j seid 136r, 1 Hu509
bī, p þou maist know it be þe toknys of flewme 23r, 15 Hu509
bī, p wormes þat xal j know it be þe tokenes þat xul be 124r, 5 Hu509
bī, p þu maist j•knowe it be þe tokenes þat ben 152r, 25 Hu509
bī, p of þe splene is j heeled be plastres and oynementes 145v, 25 Hu509
bī, p comeþ of heete is j heelid be medicines þat ben coold 132r, 10 Hu509
bī, p in derk places and bi hem selfen But þo þat 19r, 25 Hu509
bī, p in þe water and bi reson it xal be softe 13v, 10 Hu509
bī, p as oþer sicnesses bien as bi heuynesse of þe heed 26r, 25 Hu509
bī, p is know as bi kouȜe and hoosnesse 6v, 5 Hu509
bī, p many maneres / as bi sicnesse of þe eiȜen 42r, 1 Hu509
bī, p toknys of flewme as bi softnesse and whiȜtnesse and 23r, 15 Hu509
bī, p ne is nat distreyed bi alle þese maneres 59v, 1 Hu509
bī, p the appell of the eẏȜe bi the whiche the visible spirite 2r, 20 Hu513e
bī, p piche oþer heete galbanum bi him self and ley with owten 66v, 15 Hu509
bī, p j•purgyd of þilk humours bi castynge •// Oþer a noþer 101v, 5 Hu509
bī, p þou maist / knowen it bi blacnesse and leeneschipe 23r, 15 Hu509
bī, p þou maist know it bi þe toknes of þe 47r, 25 Hu509
bī, p þou myȜ//test j knowe it bi þe for seid tokenes and 68v, 15 Hu509
bī, p þu maist knowe it bi þese forseyd tokenes •// And 76v, 20 Hu509
bī, p j•teld of bi fore Oþer bi sto//pyng / with owtyn forþ by 51v, 5 Hu509
bī, p in two maneres oþer bi sum oþer sicnesse of 51v, 1 Hu509
bī, p // And whanne þou seist bi a mannys driȜt 116v, 10 Hu509
bī, p be a sicnesse bi him seluen it may bie 18r, 5 Hu509
bī, p þe code And siþe bi soudynge of þe siphac 158v, 15 Hu509
bī, p gumme oþer oon spcery bi him self // Componed medicines 31r, 15 Hu509
bī, p poures bineþe bien stopped bi þe why//che colre xulde 9r, 10 Hu509
bī, p þe ouere poures ben stoppyd bi whiche colre xuld be 9r, 5 Hu509
bī, p þe moistnesse þat cleueþ bie þe pottys syde and 52v, 1 Hu509
bī, p he most bie conforted bie confortabil metis and 107v, 1 Hu509
bī, p coold schal bie heelid bie þe contrarie as Ȝif 98r, 15 Hu509
bī, p humours let a•batyn him bie blood letynge oþer by sum 93r, 20 Hu509
bī, p he may bie holpen bie me//dicines •// And Ȝif 27r, 10 Hu509
bī, p of what humour it is bie a mannes drit 108r, 20 Hu509
bī, p þou maist knowe it bie þe tokenes þat we tolden 63v, 20 Hu509
bī, p þe stomac / is j greuyd bie ony of þese humuros 108r, 20 Hu509
bī, p here þirst is more j kelyd bie coold or þan bie any 76r, 20 Hu509
bī, p it is j•heelyd bie he//lyng / of þe 51v, 10 Hu509
bī, p þan it is j•holpen bie helyng / of þilke sicnesse 42r, 1 Hu509
bī, p in hem and is j•knowe bie noise and hurlyng / 108r, 10 Hu509
bī, p is þou maist know bie þe sig//nes of þe humours 23v, 1 Hu509
bī, p he comeþ þu maist knowe bie þe forseid tokenes And 77r, 15 Hu509
bī, p of þe mater comeþ owte bie castinge /• and whan 110v, 20 Hu509
bī, p bie renewid from here place bie þese coold plastres / þu 112r, 10 Hu509
bī, p is a sic//nesse bie hym seluen Oþerwhiles it foleweþ 18r, 5 Hu509
bī, p is a sicnesse bie him self ; it comeþ 70v, 20 Hu509
bī, p bie a sicnesse bie him self oþer come of 93r, 5 Hu509
bī, p is a sicnesse bie him selfen oþerwhile it foloweþ 70v, 20 Hu509
bī, p oþerwhile a sicnesse bie hym self / Oþerwhile it 93r, 1 Hu509
bī, p j kelyd bie coold or þan bie any drynke •/ Þe breste 76r, 25 Hu509
bī, p oþer eueriche of þese bie him self / And Ȝif þese 48r, 20 Hu509
bī, p oþer with þe for seyd watur bie hym self // Also tac 42v, 15 Hu509
bī, p euyl keepyng . and after by grete peyne fallyng yn the 40p, 10 Hu503
bī, p . þys skyn cometh after by ryght of kynde . And 54v, 10 Hu497
bī, p to mannys eyen & also by experyence yt ys prevyd The 56r, 15 Hu497
bī, p yt wol helpe hem also by hys odour allone . The 81v, 5 Hu497
bī, p mannus colour and by many oþere diuerse toknes •/ 14r, 5 Hu509
bī, p þe for seid tokenes and by myche wakynge and lityl 68v, 15 Hu509
bī, p of þe brayn and by nyȜte here greuaunce is more 80r, 15 Hu509
bī, p at that tyme . and by occasyone of obtalmyes be founde 34p, 10 Hu503
bī, p þat þei comen of And by oon maner medicines þei bien 75v, 10 Hu509
bī, p partie pouders and oynementis And by resoun a man shulde vse 58r, 15 Hu513a
bī, p as dothe a pows and by suche maner powsẏng the eẏȜen 10v, 15 Hu513e
bī, p be ofte y drunke . And by þe uryne yt purgyth watery 68v, 10 Hu497
bī, p the lesse also And by the same cause resalger greuith 75r, 1 Hu513a
bī, p to other apperethe variaunce and by the myddell of the eiȜe 2r, 20 Hu513e
bī, p the habundance of teres and by the accasioun of fleume is 16r, 15 Hu513e
bī, p bolnynge of þe stomak And by þys drynke þow mayst do 59v, 15 Hu497
bī, p taken aboute the eyon as by strokys of the forhede and 103p, 1 Hu503
bī, p the eyon outwarde . as by strokys yn the forhede templys 112p, 10 Hu503
bī, p beste yn the eye as by waspys . or attercoppys . 118p, 5 Hu503
bī, p tyl the nedyls fall away by ýemselfe . wyth the pese 52p, 10 Hu503
bī, p & drunke purgyth euel bloed by þe wombe . & so 27r, 15 Hu497
bī, p þat fallen fro þe brest by þe uua . The iiij 84v, 15 Hu497
bī, p . boyth be curable but by grete dyscrecion and sotyl workyng 80p, 10 Hu503
bī, p . nor princypally . but by thys craft that ys callyd 14p, 15 Hu503
bī, p . The skyn ys called by leches Secundina . or secunda 54v, 5 Hu497
bī, p smart . and be caused by a maner of vyolence . 111p, 10 Hu503
bī, p sent from the fantastical celle by a synew clepid . Neruus obticus 2p, 5 Hu503
bī, p þe heed it comeþ by þe holys of þe palet 7r, 20 Hu509
bī, p whiche the visible spirite comyng by Þe holwe nerffe hathe his 2r, 20 Hu513e
bī, p & myrre & þys confeccion by ofte anoyntyng wol hele þat 14v, 5 Hu497
bī, p drawyng . dyssoluyng and consumyng by ýat place cauteryȜed . thys 48p, 5 Hu503
bī, p degree in dewe maner and bẏ proporcioun Þat is to saie 78v, 1 Hu513a
bī, p here coldnesse and drynesse as bẏ resoun of Þe sadnes of 83v, 5 Hu513a
bī, p puncte of the lacrimall as bẏ the wounde so that neither quitour 31r, 5 Hu513e
bī, p this oynement mollifieth and comforteth bẏ resoun of the terbentyne Þe whẏ=che 86v, 20 Hu513a
bī, p that her nervis were comfortid bẏ the whiche the visible spirite 7r, 10 Hu513e
bī, p all Þat he maẏe comprehende bẏ his owne naturell witte for whẏ 78r, 1 Hu513a
bī, p and the visible sprite comyng bẏ the holowe neruẏs and makethe 3r, 15 Hu513e
bī, p ffor whi the visible spirite comẏng bẏ the holowe norfes and fẏndẏng 3r, 10 Hu513e
bī, p for whẏ the visible spirit comẏng bẏ the holwe sẏnewe to his 29v, 1 Hu513e
bī, p Al so som consolidatiues con=soudene bẏ hem selfe as Þe medecines a foresaide 64v, 15 Hu513a
bī, p begẏnneÞ to haue his cours bẏ the eẏȜen for his ouer moch 23r, 15 Hu513e
bī, p and drẏe in certeyne degre bẏ Þe Auctorite of Galyen and 82r, 20 Hu513a
bī, p it were a Þing doone bẏ wicche crafte It is to 87v, 15 Hu513a
bī, p akthe that is comen doun bẏ the mydward of the heuyd 14r, 20 Hu513e
bī, p of a noÞer mundificatiue ffyrst bẏ hem self Þei clensen and afterwarde 57r, 1 Hu513a
bī, p ẏmade for it wole hele bẏ hẏm sylfe / and asonus or 16r, 1 Hu513e
bī, p bryse hem and tempere hem bẏ a naturell daẏe in white 91r, 5 Hu513a
bī, p he have often tymes sublymed hem bẏ hym sylf for Þer lyeth right 73v, 15 Hu513a
bī, p norfes and fẏndẏng the humours bẏ the tonicles the sonner theẏ 3r, 10 Hu513e
bī, p and dissoluẏng and consumẏng itte bẏ cauterie and that panicle shall 12v, 10 Hu513e
bī, p manẏ men boyle lyterge bẏ hym selfe with vineger and summe 90v, 20 Hu513a
bī, p humours with oute forthe And a noÞer maner bẏ consumpci oun of naturell humidite of 84r, 10 Hu513a
bī, p as it did before neither bẏ olde wounde leue ther ẏmade 31r, 10 Hu513e
bī, p do all these thre offices bẏ hym sylfe with owte fulfilling of kynde 63v, 1 Hu513a
bī, p Þeẏ wille not come oute bẏ Þe medecinȜ aforesaide and Mayster peter 89v, 5 Hu513a
bī, p of corrupte humour goẏng oute bẏ the poyntes of the eẏȜe liddes 29v, 20 Hu513e
bī, p shull see rothed come oute bẏ the poẏntes of the eẏȜe liddes 30r, 5 Hu513e
bī, p wenen that it comethe oute bẏ the myddill lacrimale beside the 30r, 10 Hu513e
bī, p say that they comen oute bẏ the poyntes palpebrarum que stant 31v, 1 Hu513e
bī, p tho teres that comen oute bẏ the neẏther eẏȜe liddes fro the 31v, 10 Hu513e
bī, p shall be put yn poket bẏ hym selfe and at Þe ende 44r, 25 Hu513a

The more manuscripts are concordanced (the larger the text) and compared, the more accurate the conclusions will be for descriptive purposes.

Acknowledgements

This work constitutes one of the results which derive from the research projects MEC HUM-2004/1075FILO and FFI-2008-02336/FILO funded by the Ministry of Science and Innovation and which have been carried out by researchers of the University of Málaga in collaboration with others of the Universities of Murcia, Oviedo, Glasgow and Jaén.

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