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; Distinctio secunda
1: Prologus. 2: De [[Gregorius Glocestriensis|Gregorio]] monacho Gloucestriensi. 3: De beato [[Petrus Tarentasiae|Petro Tharentasie]]. 4: Item de beato Petro eodem. 5: Item de eodem beato Petro. 6: De quodam heremita. <!-- Anecdote about a hermit, a [[demon]]ic pet snake, and foolish charity --> 7: De [[Lucas Hungarus|Luca Hungaro]]. <!-- (afterwards [[Archdiocese of Esztergom|archbishop of Esztergom]]) at [[Gerard la Pucelle]]'s lectures at the [[University of Paris]]; Luke's later encounters with the warring royal family of Hungary, [[Géza II of Hungary|Géza II]], his sons [[Stephen III of Hungary|István III]] and [[Béla III of Hungary|Béla III]] and brothers [[Ladislaus II of Hungary|László II]] and [[Stephen IV of Hungary|István IV]], as told to Walter Map by [[Hugh of le Mans]], [[Bishops of Acre|bishop of Acre]] --> 8: De indiscreta devotione [[Cambria|Walensium]]. <!-- as exemplified by a retainer in the household of [[William de Braose, 4th Lord of Bramber|William de Braose, Lord of Bramber]] --> 9: De [[Helya]] heremita Walensi. 10: De [[Cadocus|Cadoco]] rege Walensi. 11-16. De apparitionibus fantasticis. <!-- Tale of the Welshman Gwestin Gwestiniog and his fairy bride; the tale of their son Triunein Vagelauc, his service at the court of the king of [[Deheubarth]], and an attack on King [[Brychan]] of [[Brycheiniog]] (i.e., [[Brecknockshire|Brecknock]]) Tales of [[Wild Edric]], his fairy bride, and their son Alnoth; with a brief discussion of [[incubi]] and [[succubi]] Brief meditation on fantastic narratives and their theological implications; tale of a knight of "Lesser Britain" (i.e., [[Brittany]]) who rescued his dead wife from the [[fairies]] Tale of [[demon]]ic [[infanticide]] Tale of [[Anthony the Great|Saint Anthony]], who encountered both a [[centaur]] and (apparently) [[Pan (mythology)|Pan]] while searching for [[Paul of Thebes|Saint Paul]] Anecdote about an unknown knight at a [[tournament]] in [[Leuven|Louvain]] --> 17: De [[Gado]] milite strenuissimo. <!-- and a supposed Roman invasion of [[Offa]]'s kingdom --> 18: De [[Andronicus I Comnenus|Andronio]] imperatore [[Constantinopolis|Constantinopolitano]]. 19: De [[Gillescop[[ [[Scoti|Scoto]] viro strenuissimo. 20. De moribus walensium. 21: De hospitalitate Walensium. 22: De [[Luelinus|Luelino]] rege Walensi. <!-- and his wife; with a reminiscence of a discussion of the Welsh between Walter Map and [[Thomas Becket]] --> 23: Item de eodem Luelino. 24: De [[Conanus|Conano]] sine pavore. 25: De [[Chevewslinus|Cheveslino]] fure Walensi. 26: De furore Walensium. <!-- story from [[Hay-on-Wye]] --> 27-30: De quibusdam prodigiis. <!-- [[Medieval revenant|Vampire tales]], citing [[Gilbert Foliot]] and [[Roger, bishop of Worcester]] [[Medieval revenant|Vampire tale]] from the ''[[Historia Caroli Magni]]'' (pseudo-Turpin) A [[ghost story]] from [[Northumberland]] --> 31: De quibusdam proverbiis. <!-- The benefits of not following proverbial advice --> 32: Conclusio praemissorum. <!-- Brief conclusion in which Walter calls himself a "huntsman" (''venator'') who brings home game for the reader
===; Distinctio tertia===
1: Prologus. 2: De societate [[Sadius|Sadii]] et [[Galo]]nis. 3: De contrarietate [[Parius|Parii]] et [[Lausus|Lausi]]. 4: De [[Raso]]ne et eius uxore. 5: De [[Rollo]]ne et eius uxore.
# Prologue; a brief justification of fiction and its pleasures
# The friendship of Sadius and Galo
# The quarrels of Parius and Lausus
# The story of Raso the [[vavasour]] and his wife
# The story of Rollo and his wife
===; Distinctio quarta===
1: Prologus. 2: Epilogus. 3-5: [[Dissuasio Valerii ad Ruffinum]] philosophum ne uxorem adducat. 6: De [[Eudo]]ne puero a Demone decepto. 7: <!--
# Autobiographical prologue and "epilogue"
# Copy of the letter (sometimes found among the works of Saint [[Jerome]]) in which Valerius advises Rufinus against marriage
# Story of the boy Eudo deceived by the Devil
# Story of a [[Cluny|Cluniac]] monk (already told in ''Distinctio prima'')
# Story of a knight of "Lesser Britain" (i.e., [[Brittany]]) who rescued his dead wife from the [[fairies]] (already told in ''Distinctio secunda'')