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CSM Number : 110
Short name: Cantiga de loor Alternative: Tant' é Santa Maria de ben mui conprida
Incipit: Tant’ é Santa Maria de ben mui conprida
Refrain: Tant’ é Santa Maria de ben mui conprida/ que pera a loar tempo nos fal e vida.
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Metrical data
Stanza: 12' 12' 12' 12' Refrain: 12' 12'
No. of Stanzas: 3
Rhyme scheme: AA | bbba Zejel: Yes
MS locations:
T110, E110
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The Early Seguidilla
Clarke, Dorothy Clotelle
Muebles hispanoárabes en las Cantigas de Alfonso el Sabio
Guerrero Lovillo, José
A retórica visual no Códice Rico das Cantigas de Santa María
Iacob, Mihai
Seeing is Believing: The Miniatures in the Cantigas de Santa Maria and Medieval Devotional Practices
Kennedy, Kirstin
The Adynata in Alfonso X’s Cantiga 110
Marchand, James W.
Las Cantigas de Don Alonso el Sabio.
Morayta de Sagrario, Miguel
The Parchment of the Sky: ’Poeisis’ of a Gothic Universe
Prado-Vilar, Francisco
Poetic Self-Awareness in Alfonso X’s Cantiga 110
Snow, Joseph T.