Comparison of William Shakespeare Henry IV Part 1 1.3 to Geoffrey Chaucer
William Shakespeare Henry IV Part 1 1.3 has 302 lines, and one of them has a weak match at magnitude 11 in Geoffrey Chaucer. Almost 100% of the lines have no match.
Henry IV Part 1 1.3: 196
So honor cross it from the north to south,
Treatise on the Astrolabe 2: 39
... they chaunge nat her meridian, but sothly they chaungen her almikanteras; for the enhausing of the pool and the distance of the sonne. The longitude of a clymat is a lyne imagined fro est to west, y-lyke distant by-twene them alle. The latitude of a clymat is a lyne imagined from north to south the space of the erthe, fro the byginning of the firste clymat unto the verrey ende of the same climat, evene directe agayns the pole artik. Thus seyn some auctours; and somme of hem seyn that yif men clepen the latitude, thay mene the arch meridian that is contiened or intercept ...