adam de ros
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adam de ros - Anglo-Norman trouvere. Supposedly a member of a Norman family which settled in Yorkshire and Kent. He wrote a poem describing S. Paul's visit to hell with the Archangel Michael as his guide. " In this marvellous poem the whole of the Divina Commedia of Dante is anticipated and displayed " (Rowbotham). The poem is in the Cotton MSS., Vespasian, A.7, in the British Museum. See The Troubadours and Courts of Love, J. P. Rowbotham, 1895.
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