||Notes from Snow 1977, no. 230: "No textual analysis is offered; rather, an attempt is made to use the relevant CSM to form a picture of the activities associated with the visitation of shrines and the making of pilgrimages. The results are a kind of rhymed chronicle utilizing cantigas 322 (for which a rendering into modern Portuguese is given), 238, 327, 342, 237, 399, 245 (and not CCXV as printed), 222, 369, 338, 277, 316, and 318. However, more dramatic force is obtained from the integrated view presented by the group of Santa Maria de Terena miracles: CSM 197-9, 223-4, 228, 275, 283, 319, 333, and 334. Most of these accounts reached Alfonso by word of mouth although at Évora (reported in cantiga 338) there seems to have been a book of the Virgin's miracles which is now unknown or else lost forever."