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Scribe D

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Scribe Meaning

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The Trinity Gower D Scribe, often referred to simply as Scribe D, and possibly named John Marchaunt, was a professional scribe and copyist of literary manuscripts active during the late fourteenth and early fifteenth century in London, England. Despite the fact that his real name long remained unknown, Scribe D has been described as "so well known to students of late Middle English manuscripts that he hardly needs any introduction". In recent years, Scribe D has been tentatively identified by Mooney and Stubbs as John Marchaunt, active as Town Clerk of London between 1380 and 1417.
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