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Deor
author is unknown

c. 900-950

found in the Exeter Book
Riddles from the Exeter Book
author: Aldhelm of Malmesburv

7th century
The Wanderer
author is unknown

10th century

found in the Exeter Book
The Wife's Lament
author unknown

10th century

found in the Exeter Book
Beowulf
author: Christian poet; name unknown

1000 AD
Religious Literature
various authors: Bede, King Alfred the Great, and some saints
The Dream of the Rood
title: "The Dream of the Cross"

author is unknown

late 10th century
Caedmon's Hymn
author: The Venerable Bede

731

found in: "An Ecclesiastical History of the English People"
The Canterbury Tales
author: Geoffrey Chaucer

1386

printer: 1476
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
author is unknown

1375-1400
York Play of the Crucifixion
author: possibly the York Realist

1425
The Second Shepherds' Play
author: Wakefield Master

mid-15th century
Julian of Norwich
author: Julian

1416

"Book of Showings"
Morte D'Arthur
author: Sir Thomas Malory

begun in 1450's
finished in 1470
Middle English Lyrics
works: The Cuckoo Song, Alison, My Lief is Faren in Londe, Western Wind, I Am of Ireland

possible authors: John Lyndgate and Hoccleve
What is he, this lordling, that cometh from the fight
author: Franciscan William Herebert

approx. 1300

part of Incarnation and Cricifixion Lyrics
Incarnation and Crucifixion Lyrics
works: Ye that Pasen by the Weye, Sunset on Calvary, I Sing of a Maiden, Adam Lay Bound, and The Corpus Christi Carol
Popular Ballads
author is unknown; collection by Child

17th century

works: Lord Randall, Bonny Barbara Allen, The Three Ravens, Sir Patrick Spens
Middle English Religious Verse
works: Wait a Litte (13th), When I See on the Cross (13th), A Winter Song (1300), I Have Labored Sore (15th), Wit Wonders (15th)
Vox Ultima Crucis
author: John Lydgate

1400-1450

part of the Middle English Religious verse