# Comparison of Geoffrey Chaucer Consolatione Philosophie 4 Metre 7 to Geoffrey Chaucer

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Geoffrey Chaucer Consolatione Philosophie 4 Metre 7 has 50 lines, and 14% of them have strong matches at magnitude 15+ in Geoffrey Chaucer. 70% of the lines have weak matches at magnitude 10 to 14. 16% of the lines have no match. On average, each line has 0.22 strong matches and 3 weak matches.

## Consolatione Philosophie 4 Metre 7

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## Geoffrey Chaucer

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The wreker Attrides, that is to seyn, Agamenon, that wroughte

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mariage of his brother; this is to seyn, that he, Agamenon, wan

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and continuede the batailes by ten yeer, recovered and purgede

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[continues previous] sacrifyinge the wrecched cuttinge of throte of the doughter; that

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[continues previous] is to seyn, that Agamenon let cutten the throte of his doughter by the

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in wrekinge, by the destruccioun of Troye, the loste chaumbres of

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mariage of his brother; this is to seyn, that he, Agamenon, wan

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### Consolatione Philosophie 4 Metre 7: 1

The wreker Attrides, that is to seyn, Agamenon, that wroughte [continues next]

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### Consolatione Philosophie 4 Metre 7: 9

sacrifyinge the wrecched cuttinge of throte of the doughter; that [continues next]

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is to seyn, that Agamenon let cutten the throte of his doughter by the [continues next]

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[continues previous] The wreker Attrides, that is to seyn, Agamenon, that wroughte

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[continues previous] sacrifyinge the wrecched cuttinge of throte of the doughter; that

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[continues previous] is to seyn, that Agamenon let cutten the throte of his doughter by the

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### Treatise on the Astrolabe 2: 7

... wyrking maistow see how longe that any sterre fix dwelleth above the erthe, fro tyme that he ryseth til he go to reste. But the day natural, that is to seyn 24 houres, is the revolucioun of the equinoxial with as moche partie of the zodiak as the sonne of his propre moevinge passeth in the mene whyle. And for the more declaracioun, lo here thy figure. [continues next]

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[continues previous] ... sterre fix dwelleth above the erthe, fro tyme that he ryseth til he go to reste. But the day natural, that is to seyn 24 houres, is the revolucioun of the equinoxial with as moche partie of the zodiak as the sonne of his propre moevinge passeth in the mene whyle. And for the more declaracioun, lo here thy figure.

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sacrifyinge the wrecched cuttinge of throte of the doughter; that

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and continuede the batailes by ten yeer, recovered and purgede [continues next]

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mariage of his brother; this is to seyn, that he, Agamenon, wan [continues next]

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ayein Eleyne, that was Menelaus wyf his brother. In the mene [continues next]

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is to seyn, that Agamenon let cutten the throte of his doughter by the

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[continues previous] and continuede the batailes by ten yeer, recovered and purgede

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[continues previous] ayein Eleyne, that was Menelaus wyf his brother. In the mene

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[continues previous] sacrifyinge the wrecched cuttinge of throte of the doughter; that [continues next]

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[continues previous] preest, to maken allyaunce with his goddes, and for to han winde [continues next]

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preest, to maken allyaunce with his goddes, and for to han winde

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[continues previous] is to seyn, that Agamenon let cutten the throte of his doughter by the

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his sorwful teres; this is to seyn, that Ulixes smoot out the eye of [continues next]

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broughte som-tyme olde men, ful derke in hir sentences, that is to [continues next]

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seyn, philosophres that highten Stoiciens, that wenden that images [continues next]

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and sensibilitees, that is to seyn, sensible imaginaciouns, or elles [continues next]

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Itacus, that is to seyn, Ulixes, biwepte his felawes y-lorn, the

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### Consolatione Philosophie 1 Metre 1: 6

Muses, that they ne weren felawes, and folweden my wey, that is

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to seyn, whan I was exyled; they that weren glorie of my youthe,

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[continues previous] broughte som-tyme olde men, ful derke in hir sentences, that is to

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[continues previous] and sensibilitees, that is to seyn, sensible imaginaciouns, or elles

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Poliphemus, wood for his blinde visage, yald to Ulixes Ioye by

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Poliphemus that stood in his forehed, for which Ulixes hadde Ioye,

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Hercules is celebrable for his harde travailes; he dauntede the

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his sorwful teres; this is to seyn, that Ulixes smoot out the eye of

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Itacus, that is to seyn, Ulixes, biwepte his felawes y-lorn, the

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Poliphemus that stood in his forehed, for which Ulixes hadde Ioye,

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[continues previous] Poliphemus, wood for his blinde visage, yald to Ulixes Ioye by [continues next]

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Hercules is celebrable for his harde travailes; he dauntede the

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[continues previous] Poliphemus, wood for his blinde visage, yald to Ulixes Ioye by

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fro the cruel lyoun, that is to seyn, he slowh the lyoun and

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is ioigned to cruel venim; that is to seyn, venimous crueltee to

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cruel hors; this is to seyn, that Hercules slowh Diomedes, and made

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wratthes of Evander; this is to seyn, that Hercules slowh the

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rafte him his skin. He smoot the briddes that highten Arpyes

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with certein arwes. He ravisshede apples fro the wakinge dragoun,

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He drow Cerberus, the hound of helle, by his treble cheyne. He,

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in helle, of relesinge; that is to seyn, to yilden him his wyf.

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Cerberus, the porter of helle, with his three hevedes, was caught

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overcomer, as it is seyd, hath put an unmeke lord foddre to his

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cruel hors; this is to seyn, that Hercules slowh Diomedes, and made

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fro the cruel lyoun, that is to seyn, he slowh the lyoun and

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wratthes of Evander; this is to seyn, that Hercules slowh the [continues next]

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his hors to freten him. And he, Hercules, slowh Ydra the serpent,

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and brende the venim. And Achelous the flood, defouled in his

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[continues previous] wratthes of Evander; this is to seyn, that Hercules slowh the

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[continues previous] monstre Cacus, and apaysede with that deeth the wratthe of

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forhed, dreynte his shamefast visage in his strondes; this is to

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### Consolatione Philosophie 2 Metre 5: 6

cleer hony; that is to seyn, they coude make no piment nor clarree; [continues next]

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Seriens with the venim of Tyrie; this is to seyn, they coude nat [continues next]

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seyn, that Achelous coude transfigure him-self in-to dyverse lyknesses;

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thy-self by thy free wil in-to dyverse acciouns. But thou mayst

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and, as he faught with Hercules, at the laste he tornede him in-to a

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bole; and Hercules brak of oon of his hornes, and he, for shame,

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hidde him in his river. And he, Hercules, caste adoun Antheus

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wratthes of Evander; this is to seyn, that Hercules slowh the [continues next]

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Evander. And the bristlede boor markede with scomes the [continues next]

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wratthes of Evander; this is to seyn, that Hercules slowh the

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fro the cruel lyoun, that is to seyn, he slowh the lyoun and

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cruel hors; this is to seyn, that Hercules slowh Diomedes, and made [continues next]

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and brende the venim. And Achelous the flood, defouled in his [continues next]

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[continues previous] Evander. And the bristlede boor markede with scomes the

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[continues previous] his hors to freten him. And he, Hercules, slowh Ydra the serpent,

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[continues previous] and brende the venim. And Achelous the flood, defouled in his

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[continues previous] the gyaunt in the strondes of Libie; and Cacus apaysede the

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[continues previous] wratthes of Evander; this is to seyn, that Hercules slowh the

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shuldres of Hercules, the whiche shuldres the heye cercle of

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### Treatise on the Astrolabe 1: 16

... the ring, in 90 degres; and by that same proporcioun is every quarter devyded as is the bak-syde, that amonteth 360 degrees. And understond wel, that degrees of this bordure ben answering and consentrik to the degrees of the Equinoxial, that is devyded in the same nombre as every othere cercle is in the heye hevene. This same bordure is devyded also with 23 lettres capitals and a smal croys + above the south lyne, that sheweth the 24 houres equals of the clokke; and, as I have said, 5 of thise degrees maken a mile-wey, and 3 mile-wey maken an houre. And every degree ... [continues next]

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hevene sholde thriste. And the laste of his labours was, that he

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[continues previous] areysen hem as heye as the hevene? The whiche dignitees and

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[continues previous] ... 90 degres; and by that same proporcioun is every quarter devyded as is the bak-syde, that amonteth 360 degrees. And understond wel, that degrees of this bordure ben answering and consentrik to the degrees of the Equinoxial, that is devyded in the same nombre as every othere cercle is in the heye hevene. This same bordure is devyded also with 23 lettres capitals and a smal croys + above the south lyne, that sheweth the 24 houres equals of the clokke; and, as I have said, 5 of thise degrees maken a mile-wey, and 3 mile-wey maken an houre. And every degree of ...

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Goth now thanne, ye stronge men, ther-as the heye wey of the

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bakkes? As who seyth: O ye slowe and delicat men, why flee ye

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overlight hand (as who seyth, O! feble and light is the hand of

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adversitees, and ne fighten nat ayeins hem by vertu, to winnen the

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have yeven ensaumple to othre folk, that vertu may nat ben overcomen

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by adversitees; and of alle thinges ther nis no doute, that

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that it susteneth and enforseth, by hise strengthes, that it nis nat

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overcomen by adversitees. Ne certes, thou that art put in the

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mede of the hevene? For the erthe, overcomen, yeveth the sterres';

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bemes of Phebus, that is to seyn, whan that Phebus the sonne is [continues next]

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whyte cheres, by the flambes of the sonne that overcometh the [continues next]

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colde sterres that highten "septem triones"; this is to seyn, he [continues next]

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### Treatise on the Astrolabe 1: 21

... by southe the est lyne; witnesse on Aldeberan and Algomeysa. Generally understond this rewle, that thilke sterres that ben cleped sterres of the north arysen rather than the degree of hir longitude, and alle the sterres of the south arysen after the degree of hir longitude; this is to seyn, sterres fixed in thyn Astrolabie. The mesure of this longitude of sterres is taken in the lyne ecliptik of hevene, under which lyne, whan that the sonne and the mone ben lyne-right or elles in the superfice of this lyne, than is the eclips of the sonne or of the mone; ... [continues next]

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this is to seyn, that, whan that erthely lust is overcomen, a man is

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### Parson's Tale: 61

... god and in hise seintes, to acheve and acomplice the gode werkes in the whiche he purposeth fermely to continue. Thanne comth seuretee or sikernesse; and that is, whan a man ne douteth no travaille in tyme cominge of the gode werkes that a man hath bigonne. Thanne comth Magnificence, that is to seyn, whan a man dooth and perfourneth grete werkes of goodnesse that he hath bigonne; and that is the ende why that men sholde do gode werkes; for in the acomplissinge of grete goode werkes lyth the grete guerdoun. Thanne is ther Constaunce, that is, stablenesse of corage; and this sholde been ...

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Muses, that they ne weren felawes, and folweden my wey, that is

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to seyn, whan I was exyled; they that weren glorie of my youthe,

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[continues previous] bemes of Phebus, that is to seyn, whan that Phebus the sonne is

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[continues previous] whyte cheres, by the flambes of the sonne that overcometh the

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[continues previous] sterre-light. This is to seyn, whan the sonne is risen, the dey-sterre

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man; that is to seyn, whan the soule departeth fro the body? For,

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is born with evene herte whan it is lost; that is to seyn, that men

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necessitee to be; this is to seyn, that, whan that god knoweth any

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[continues previous] ... that they arysen alle by southe the est lyne; witnesse on Aldeberan and Algomeysa. Generally understond this rewle, that thilke sterres that ben cleped sterres of the north arysen rather than the degree of hir longitude, and alle the sterres of the south arysen after the degree of hir longitude; this is to seyn, sterres fixed in thyn Astrolabie. The mesure of this longitude of sterres is taken in the lyne ecliptik of hevene, under which lyne, whan that the sonne and the mone ben lyne-right or elles in the superfice of this lyne, than is the eclips of the sonne or of the ...

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### Treatise on the Astrolabe 2: 13

... degrees of almikanteras ben by-twixe thyn est orisonte and the degree of the sonne. And tak ther thyn altitude meridian; this is to seyne, the heyest of the sonne as for that day. So maystow knowe in the same lyne, the heyest cours that any sterre fix climbeth by night; this is to seyn, that whan any sterre fix is passed the lyne meridional, than by-ginneth it to descende, and so doth the sonne. And for the more declaracioun, lo here thy figure.