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ABBREVIATIONS

Troubadour poetry is quoted from the following editions, except where otherwise indicated. Numbers after abbreviated names refer to poem number and line number as printed in the cited edition. Poems not in these editions are referred to by the number assigned them in Pillet and Carstens's Bibliographie der Troubadours . For example, "P.-C. 262,4" refers to Jaufre Rudel's "Pro ai del chant enseignadors": Jaufre is poet number 262, and "Pro ai . . ." song number 4, in the Bibliographie .

 

Aim Bel

Aimeric de Belenoi: Dumitrescu 1935

Arn D

Arnaut Daniel: Toja 1960

Arn Mar

Arnaut de Mareuil: Johnston 1935

B Pal

Berenger de Palazol: Newcombe 1971

B Vent

Bernart de Ventadorn: Appel 1915

B Mar

Bernart Marti: Hoepffner 1929

B Born

Bertran de Born: Paden, Sankovitch, and Stäblein 1986

D Prad

Daude de Pradas: Schutz [1933] 1971

F Mars

Folquet de Marselha: Stronski [1910] 1968

Gm Berg

Guilhem de Berguedà: Riquer 1971

Gm Mont

Guilhem de Montanhagol: Ricketts 1964

Gm St-D

Guilhem de St-Didier: Sakari 1956

Gm IX

Guilhem IX: Pasero 1973

Gr Bor

Giraut de Bornelh: Kolsen 1910

J Rud

Jaufre Rudel: Pickens 1978

Js Pcb

Jausbert de Puycibot: Shepard 1924

Mcb

Marcabru: Dejeanne 1909. See also Roncaglia 1951a, 1951b, 1957; and Ricketts 1968

P d'Alv

Peire d'Alvernhe: Del Monte 1955

P Rog

Peire Rogier: Nicholson 1976

P Vid

Peire Vidal: Avalle 1960


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Pons G

Pons de la Guardia: Frank 1949

R d'Aur

Raimbaut d'Aurenga: Pattison 1952

Rm Mir

Raimon de Miraval: Topsfield 1971

R Berb

Rigaut de Berbezilh: Várvaro 1960


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