The Seege of Troye

The Seege of Troye, (some manuscripts – The Batayle of Troye), is a Middle English poem, the earliest in English of numerous medieval retellings of the Trojan War in art and literature.wikipedia
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The Seege of Troye, (some manuscripts – The Batayle of Troye), is a Middle English poem, the earliest in English of numerous medieval retellings of the Trojan War in art and literature.

Middle English

Late Middle EnglishMiddleEarly Middle English
The Seege of Troye, (some manuscripts – The Batayle of Troye), is a Middle English poem, the earliest in English of numerous medieval retellings of the Trojan War in art and literature.

Dares Phrygius

Dares the PhrygianDaresDares of Phrygia
Somewhat crudely it thoroughly blends its two main sources, Dares Phrygius and Benoît de Sainte-Maure's Roman de Troie, and draws upon the Rawlinson Excidium Troie for episodes of the youth of Paris.

Benoît de Sainte-Maure

Benoît de Sainte-MoreBenoît de Saint-MaureBenoît
Somewhat crudely it thoroughly blends its two main sources, Dares Phrygius and Benoît de Sainte-Maure's Roman de Troie, and draws upon the Rawlinson Excidium Troie for episodes of the youth of Paris.

Roman de Troie

Le Roman de Troiewar of TroyLegend of Troy
Somewhat crudely it thoroughly blends its two main sources, Dares Phrygius and Benoît de Sainte-Maure's Roman de Troie, and draws upon the Rawlinson Excidium Troie for episodes of the youth of Paris.

Rawlinson Excidium Troie

Rawlinson ''Excidium Troie
Somewhat crudely it thoroughly blends its two main sources, Dares Phrygius and Benoît de Sainte-Maure's Roman de Troie, and draws upon the Rawlinson Excidium Troie for episodes of the youth of Paris.

Harleian Library

HarleyHarleian CollectionHarleian manuscripts
The poem survives in four manuscripts, among the Harleian manuscripts (Harley 525), at Lincoln's Inn (Ms 150), Egerton Ms 2862 and Arundel (Arundel xxii)

Lincoln's Inn

Lincolns InnLincoln’s InnHonourable Society of Lincoln's Inn
The poem survives in four manuscripts, among the Harleian manuscripts (Harley 525), at Lincoln's Inn (Ms 150), Egerton Ms 2862 and Arundel (Arundel xxii)

Egerton Collection

EgertonEgerton ManuscriptsEgerton Manuscript
The poem survives in four manuscripts, among the Harleian manuscripts (Harley 525), at Lincoln's Inn (Ms 150), Egerton Ms 2862 and Arundel (Arundel xxii)

Arundel

Arundel, SussexArundel, West SussexArundel Gate
The poem survives in four manuscripts, among the Harleian manuscripts (Harley 525), at Lincoln's Inn (Ms 150), Egerton Ms 2862 and Arundel (Arundel xxii)

Judgement of Paris

Judgment of ParisThe Judgement of Pariswhose feud
The poem contains a lengthy and repetitive account of the Judgement of Paris, which is recounted by Paris to the assembled Trojans.