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Noble prayer said when standing before kings, known by experience to be beneficial (God most high willing) | دعاء شريف يقال عند مقابلة الملوك نافع مجرب إن شاء الله تعالى Abū Nuʻaym al-Iṣbahānī [att.] 11th Century Arabic Devotional Prose, Vita
"Between hill and valley deep" | "Zwischen perg und tieffe tal" Erhard Oeglin 16th Century Early New High German Lyric Verse / Song
"Dearest sight of my heart" | "Hertz liebstes pyld" Erhard Oeglin 16th Century Early New High German Lyric Verse / Song
"Farewell! It hurts" | "Ade mit layd" Erhard Oeglin 16th Century Early New High German Lyric Verse / Song
"Fortune grants me comfort and hope" | "Gelück mir trost und hoffnug geit" Erhard Oeglin 16th Century Early New High German Lyric Verse / Song
"Grace, honor and praise are her domain" | "Zucht er und lob ir wonet bey" Erhard Oeglin 16th Century Early New High German Lyric Verse / Song
"Help, our lady of Aachen!" | "Hilf fraw von Ach" Erhard Oeglin 16th Century Early New High German Lyric Verse / Song
"Just as the Elephant" | "Atressi cum l'orifans" Rigaut de Berbezilh 12th Century Occitan Canso
"Let the days do as they please" | دع الأيام تفعل ما تشاء Muḥammad ibn Idrīs al-Shāfiʿī 8th Century, 9th Century Arabic Poetry
"My heart has made a pact with love" | "Mein hertz hat sich mit lieb verpflicht" Erhard Oeglin 16th Century Early New High German Lyric Verse / Song
"Now the depths of my heart" | "Yetz schaydens wee ist worden kund" Erhard Oeglin 16th Century Early New High German Lyric Verse / Song
"Oh, how it troubles me!" | "Ha, qu'il m'ennuie!" Fesneau/Agricola [att.] 15th Century French Lyric Verse / Song
"Our vicar is away" | "Unser pfarrer ist auf der pan" Erhard Oeglin 16th Century Early New High German Lyric Verse / Song
"Spring in the Jade Building" - "In a tall building" | 玉樓春·湖邊柳外樓高處 Ouyang Xiu 歐陽修 11th Century Chinese Lyric Verse / Song
"Spring in the Jade Building"-"Since we parted" | 玉春樓·別後不知君遠近 Ouyang Xiu 歐陽修 11th Century Chinese Lyric Verse / Song
"The trust that I have in you" | "La fiance que j'ay en vous" Anonymous 15th Century French Lyric Verse / Song
"Two or three days ago" | "Depuis deux ou trois jours enca" Anonymous 15th Century French Lyric Verse / Song
"Underneath my forehead I carry your beautiful image" | "Jus lo front port vostra bella semblança" Jordi di Sant Jordi 15th Century Catalan Canso
"Whoever repays loyalty with falsehood" | "Wer trew mit valsch vergelten wil" Erhard Oeglin 16th Century Early New High German Lyric Verse / Song
A Brief Treatise of Doctrine Useful for Every Christian | Breve tratado de doctrina útil para todo cristiano Juan Perez de Piñeda 16th Century Spanish Devotional Prose
A Monstrous Courtship | قطعه‌ای از بهمن‌نامه‌ی ایرانشاه بن ابی الخیر Hakim Irānshāh ebn-e Abi-l-Khayr 11th Century, 12th Century Persian Verse Epic
An Explanation of Divination Through the Apostles | Sortes apostolite ad explanandum Anonymous 13th Century Latin Handbook
Chen Wangyou’s Daughter-in-Law | 陳王猷子妇 Hong Mai 洪邁 12th Century Chinese History
Chronicle of King Peter I [Prologue] | Chronica del Rey D. Pedro [Prologo] Fernão Lopez 15th Century Portuguese History
Chronicle [Prologue] | Cronica [vorrede] Jakob Twinger von Königshofen 14th Century German History
Concerning Fire and Water | De igne et aqua Nicolaus Pergamenus 14th Century Latin Dialogue
Concerning Life and Death | De vita et morte Nicolaus Pergamenus 14th Century Latin Dialogue
Concerning Man and Woman | De homine et muliere Nicolaus Pergamenus 14th Century Latin Dialogue
Concerning Precious Topaz | De topasio pretioso Nicolaus Pergamenus 14th Century Latin Dialogue
Concerning Saturn and the Cloud | De Saturno et nube Nicolaus Pergamenus 14th Century Latin Dialogue
Concerning the Leopard and the Unicorn Who Fought the Dragon | De leopardo et unicorni Nicolaus Pergamenus 14th Century Latin Dialogue
Concerning the Sun and the Moon | De sole et luna Nicolaus Pergamenus 14th Century Latin Dialogue
Concerning the Wicked Woman | De Muliere Mala Petrus Pictor 11th Century, 12th Century Latin Didactic Verse
Conclusion | Conclusio Poggio Bracciolini 15th Century Latin Humor
Copy of the riddle that was said to have been found in the temple of Saturn written on a golden tablet | نسخة اللغز الذي قيل انها وجدت في هيكل زحل مكتوبة في لوح ذهب Anonymous, Arabic Translation att. to Ḥunayn ibn Isḥāq 9th Century, 10th Century, 11th Century Arabic Riddle
Filbert's Vision | La visión de Filiberto Anonymous 14th Century Castilian Dialogue
Filbert's Vision | La visión de Filiberto Anonymous 14th Century Spanish Dialogue
How Sir John of Acre, butler of France, who was on guard, was deceived by some Saracens who requested baptism | Comment mesire Jehan d'Acre, bouteillier de France qui faisait le guet fu deceus d'aucuns Sarrazins qui requéraient le baptesme Guillaume de Nangis 13th Century, 14th Century French Chronicles
In Honor of the Holy Cross | In honorem sanctae crucis Rabanus Maurus 9th Century Latin Devotional Verse
Introduction: So that rivals do not slander this collection of jokes for its inelegance | Ne Aemuli Carpant Facetiarum Opus, Propter Eloquentiae Tenuitatem Poggio Bracciolini 15th Century Latin Humor
Joke 114: About the prostitute who complained about the barber’s evil deed | Facetia CXIV: De Meretrice Conquerente De Tonsoris Maleficio Poggio Bracciolini 15th Century Latin Humor
Joke 121: The Brilliant Dante's Joke | Facetia CXXI: Iocatio Dantis clarissimi Poggio Bracciolini 15th Century Latin Humor
Joke 13: The saying of the cook of the famous duke of Milan | Facetia XIII: Dictum Coci Illustrissimo Duci Mediolanensi Habitum Poggio Bracciolini 15th Century Latin Humor
Joke 273: The obscene comparison of the teeth that threatened to fall out | Facetia CCLXXIII: De dentibus casum minantibus similitudo obscena Poggio Bracciolini 15th Century Latin Humor
Joke 27: The pregnant sister of the citizen of Constance | Facetia XXVII: Civis Constantiae Soror Gravida Facta Poggio Bracciolini 15th Century Latin Humor
Joke 54: About the man who wounded Ridolfo (II da Varano di Camerino) with an arrow | Facetia LIV: De Quodam Qui Redolphum Sagittando Vulneravit Poggio Bracciolini 15th Century Latin Humor
Joke 57: The elegant reply of the Florentine poet Dante | Facetia LVII: Responsio elegans dantis poete florentini Poggio Bracciolini 15th Century Latin Humor
Joke 58: A witty reply from the same poet | Facetia LVIII: Eiusdem poete faceta responsio Poggio Bracciolini 15th Century Latin Humor
Joke 5: About the stupid man who thought his wife had two pussies | Facetia V: De Homine Insulso Qui Existimavit Duos Cunnos In Uxore Poggio Bracciolini 15th Century Latin Humor
Joke 70: The greedy man who tasted urine | Facetia LXX: De Avaro Qui Urinam Degustavit Poggio Bracciolini 15th Century Latin Humor

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