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Anonymous. William Thoms, editor.
English: A full-page illustration of Miles, Roger Bacon's servant, with his Brazen Head. "Miles, to keepe him[self] from sleeping, got a tabor and pipe, and being merry disposed, sung this song..." (p. 56)
Date 1904
date QS:P571,+1904-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Source/Photographer Early English Prose Romances III: Fryer Bacon (Edinburgh: Otto Schulz & Co.), p. 57, a reprinting of William Thoms's 1828 edition of an English prose romance available in manuscript by c. 1555 and first printed in 1627.
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