November 2011
Petits Propos Culinaires;Nov2011, Issue 93, p22
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The article offers information on the "Treatise of Walter of Bibbesworth," a didactic poem in Anglo-Norman in England. It states that the treatise surveys issues from childbirth to estate management and life in fields to flower and plant of thirteenth century England. It notes that the treatise aims to teach the French language focusing on Anglo-Norman or French words which were used to describe them.


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