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Results gathered for Regnum Scotorum fuit inter cetera regna

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Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, MS 175 
rubric: Prophecia Sibille et Merlini uatis de Albania et Angl. et eorum euentibus   incipit: Regnum scocorum fuit inter cetera regna   44 lines (corresp. to ll. 1-44).
f. 6v  
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Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, MS 175 
rubric: Prophecia Sibille et Merlini uatis de Albania et Angl. et eorum euentibus   incipit: Regnum scocorum fuit inter cetera regna   incl. Bruti posteritas cum Scotis associata   Poem. 44 lines, incl. the section that is also known separately as Bruti posteritas cum Scotis associata.
in section: f. 6va–f. 6vb
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Cambridge, Gonville and Caius College, MS 249 
s. xv?
f. 182r  
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Cambridge, University Library, MS Kk. vi. 16 
f. 156r  
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Dublin, Trinity College, MS 516 
Another MS of Irish provenance.
f. 46v  
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Glasgow, Mitchell Library, MS 308876 
To be verified.(1)n. 1 From the discussion in Murray Andrew Lucas Tod, The narrative of the Scottish nation and its late medieval readers: non-textual reader scribal activity in the MSS of Fordun, Bower and their derivatives (2015): 118, which is concerned with a late medieval reader (R25) rather than the present text, it appears as though opening lines of the poem are quoted twice, with reference to Gildas and other sources.
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Leeds, Brotherton Library, MS Brotherton 29 
f. 18r  
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London, British Library, MS Cotton Claudius B VII 
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London, British Library, MS Cotton Titus D vii 
38 lines, interspersed with interpretations in French. s. xv.
f. 139r  
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London, British Library, MS Cotton Vespasian E vii 
36 lines. s. xv.
f. 87v  
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London, British Library, MS Harley 913 
Lines 37-42 only. MS of Irish provenance.
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London, British Library, MS Royal 9 B ix 
32 lines corr. to ll. 1-10, 17-32, 37-42.
f. 2r  
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London, British Library, MS Royal 20 A xi 
38 lines (ll. 1-32, 37-42), with additions and with interpretations in French. s. xiv.
f. 139r  
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London, College of Arms, MS Arundel 30 
rubric: Quedam metrice excerpta de prophecia Merlini Silvestris   incipit: Regnum Scottorum fuit inter cetera regna   38 lines. Provenance: Bury St Edmunds.
f. 5  
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Manchester, John Rylands University Library, MS Lat. 228 
f. 53v  
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Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Lat. hist. d. 4/B 
incipit: Regnum Scotorum fuit inter cetera regna   44 lines. Provenance: Bury St Edmunds.
f. 71r  
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Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Rawlinson D 248 
f. 5r  
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Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, MS lat. 4126 
56 lines. This is the fullest or at least longest known version.
f. 9v  
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Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, MS lat. 4126 
incipit: Regnum Scotorum fuit, inter cetera regna   incl. Bruti posteritas cum Scotis associata   Latin poem (56 st.) on a prophecy concerning the Scots and the Welsh.
in section: f. 9va.1–f. 9vb
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Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, MS lat. 5178 
33 lines (corr. to ll. 1-13, 15-30, 45-48), somewhat rearranged (and with additions, according to Tatlock). It is here preceded by the Bruti posteritas section (ll. 31-44), which appears to have been attached to a poem about Edward I.
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San Marino, Huntington Library, MS HM 1345 
incipit: Regnum scottorum fuit inter cetera mundi   Dubschke, Cat., vol. 2: p. 576. s xivin.
f. 46v  
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Tours, Bibliothèque municipale, MS 520 
incipit: Regnum Scotorum fuit inter cetera regna   
ff. 219r–221r