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Each entry currently shows the incipit and number assigned to the miracle by Poncelet.

Below the main entry is a list of the Latin texts identified by Poncelet as versions of the same narrative. Further lists of related narratives are accessible from the Key number line (linking to the Poncelet entry for the miracle of which this and other texts are listed as variants) and the Similes line indicating texts of similar content.

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Number: 631
Incipit: Fuit quidam miles iuvenis et iocosus, fortis et bellicosus, qui
Similes: 94 - Antistes iuvenem nutrivit amore paterno; Praesulis
Miracle Collection
A Hundred Aves a Day Gautier de Coinci
A Hundred Aves a Day BL Mariale 5
(London, BL, Additional MS 15723, Collection 2, ff. 70-92)
A Hundred Aves a Day Miraculorum B. Mariae. libri III
(Reims 1400)
A Hundred Aves a Day Jean Mielot, Miracles de Nostre Dame
(Oxford, Bodleian, Douce MS 374)
A Hundred Aves a Day Vendôme Collection
(Vendôme, Bibliothèque Publique MS 185)