Fitzgerald Wanderlust/IF-3.239

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Exhibit: An illuminated and annotated copy of the Corpus Hermeticum, discovered in the archives of the Pannonhalma Archabbey in Hungary in the early 1800s. The annotations are primarily in latin, greek, and magyar, but also include several fragments of poetry (presumably the annotators own work) in English. Curiously, the poetry is written in rhyming couplets, a style uncommon in English poetry of the era and, even more strangely, the rhymes seem to indicate a pronunciation from after the Great Vowel Shift of the Early Modern period, despite being definitively dated no later than the 1300s CE.