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|CSM Number : 101|
|Short name:||The Deaf-Mute who was Healed in Soissons||Alternative:||A miracle about another deaf-mute cured by a vision (Soissons)|
|Incipit:||Ben pod’ a Sennor sen par/ fazer oir e falar|
|Refrain:||Ben pod’ a Sennor sen par/ fazer oir e falar.|
|Summary of narrative|
|Setting:||Soissons||Protagonist(s):||a deaf-mute man|
A man who was mute and deaf went to Soissons.
At the altar, he moaned and gestured, asking for the Virgin to come to his aid.
The Virgin appeared to him and touched his face.
She loosened his tongue and opened his ears.
Blood flowed from them.
The man praised the Virgin.
|Stanza:||7 7 7 7||Refrain:||7 7|
|No. of Stanzas:||8|
|Rhyme scheme:||AA | bbba||Zejel:|
|T101, E101, To46|
|Alius octodecim annorum cum ibidem adductus fuisset surdus (63)|
|blood, deaf-mute, egg, tongue|
|Click HERE for a list of recordings of this poem|
|A miracle about another deaf-mute cured by a vision (Soissons)||Thott
(Copenhagen, Royal Library, MS Thott 128)
|A miracle about another deaf-mute cured by a vision (Soissons)||Hugo Farsitus
|A miracle about another deaf-mute cured by a vision (Soissons)||Gil de Zamora
(Madrid, Biblioteca Nacional, MS 9503)
|A miracle about another deaf-mute cured by a vision (Soissons)||Lisbon Mariale
(Lisbon, B.N., MS Alcobacense 149)
|Sources of the Cantigas of Alfonso el Sabio [AC]|
Dexter, Elise Forsythe
|Cincuenta leyendas por Gil de Zamora, combinadas con las Cantigas de Alfonso el Sabio|
|Treinta leyendas por Gil de Zamora|
|Seeing is Believing: The Miniatures in the Cantigas de Santa Maria and Medieval Devotional Practices|