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CSM Number : 130
Short name: Cantiga de loor Alternative: Quen entender quiser, entendedor
Incipit: Quen entender quiser
Refrain: Quen entender quiser, entendedor/ seja da Madre de Nostro Sennor.
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Stanza: 10 10 10 10 Refrain: 10 10
No. of Stanzas: 7
Rhyme scheme: AA | bbba Zejel: Yes
MS locations:
T130, E130
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Courtly Love as Ritual in Early Medieval Spanish Poetry
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Retratos de Alfonso X en sus manuscritos
Domínguez Rodríguez, Ana
Lo que nos dice la Cantiga 130
Fidalgo Francisco, Elvira
De amor y de burlas. Antología de la poesía medieval gallego-portugués
Fidalgo, Elvira
Grundriss einer Formenlehre des mittelalterlichen Liedes
Gennrich, Friedrich
Anthologie der geistigen kultur auf der Pyraenhalbinsel (mittelalter)
Giese, Wilhelm
A retórica visual no Códice Rico das Cantigas de Santa María
Iacob, Mihai
Die altportugiesische Marienlyrik vor 1300
Mettmann, Walter
A Nexus between cantigas de amor and Cantiga de Santa Maria: The cantiga 'de change'
Schaffer, Martha