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; 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: De quodam monacho Cluniacensi contra votum suum in castris militanti. 8-10: Item de fantasticis apparitionibus. <!-- Story of a knight of "Lesser Britain" (i.e., [[Brittany]]) who rescued his dead wife from the [[fairies]] (already told in ''Distinctio secunda'') Story of Henno-with-the-Teeth (probably the Norman nobleman [[Hamo Dentatus]]) and his [[Melusine]]-like wife Story of [[Wild Edric]] and his fairy bride; with a description of their interview with [[William I of England|King William I]] (already told in ''Distinctio secunda'' but here the tale includes details not found in the earlier account) --> 11: De fantastica deceptione [[Silvester II|Gerberti]]. 12: De [[sutor]]e [[Constantinopolis|Constantinopolitano]] fantastico. 13: De [[Nicolaus Pipe|Nicholao Pipe]] homine equoreo. <!-- anecdotes about phantom herds of animals; story of King [[Herla]] (already told in ''Distinctio prima''); a brief satire on the court of King [[Henry II of England|Henry II]] --> 14: De [[Salius|Salio]] filio admirandi maioris. 15: De [[Alanus IV (dux Britonum)|Alano]] rege [[Britannia Minor|Britonum]]. 16: De [[sceva]] et [[Ollo]]ne mercatoribus.
1: Prologus. 2: Epilogus. 3-5: [[Dissuasio Valerii ad Ruffinum]] philosophum ne uxorem adducat. 6: De [[Eudo]]ne puero a Demone decepto. 7: <!--
# 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'')
# Story of Henno-with-the-Teeth (probably the Norman nobleman [[Hamo Dentatus]]) and his [[Melusine]]-like wife
# Story of [[Wild Edric]] and his fairy bride; with a description of their interview with [[William I of England|King William I]] (already told in ''Distinctio secunda'' but here the tale includes details not found in the earlier account)
# Story of Gerbert of Aurillac ([[Pope Sylvester II]]) deceived by the Devil
# Story of the cobbler of [[Constantinople]]
# Story of the [[merman]] Nicholas Pipe; anecdotes about phantom herds of animals; story of King [[Herla]] (already told in ''Distinctio prima''); a brief satire on the court of King [[Henry II of England|Henry II]]
# Story of Salius
# Story of Alan, so-called King of [[Brittany]] (apparently [[Alan IV, Duke of Brittany|Alan Fergant]])
# Story of the merchants Sceva and Ollo
 
===; Distinctio quinta===
1: Prologus. <!-- reflections on fame and the [[Chansons de Geste|''chansons de geste'']] --> 2. De [[Apollinides|Apollinide]] rege. <!-- ''rex in partibus occidentis'' ("a king of the western regions") --> 3: De origine [[Godwinus (comes Wessexiae)|Godwini]] comitis et eius moribus. 4: De [[Cnuto]]ne rege Dacorum. 5: De primo [[Henricus I (rex Angliae)|Henrico]] rege Angliae et [[Ludovicus VI (rex Francorum)|Lodovico]] rege Francorum. 6: De morte [[Gulielmus II (rex Angliae)|Willelmi Rufi]] regis Anglorum ("regum pessimus") et gestis [[Henricus II (rex Angliae)|Henrici]] regis Anglorum secundi. <!-- and [[Walter Map|Map]]'s description of his own running dispute with Henry's illegitimate son [[Geoffrey, Archbishop of York|Geoffrey]] --> 7. Recapitulatio principii huius libri ob diversitatem litterae et non sententiae <!-- A satirical comparison of the court of [[Henry II, King of England|King Henry II]] with [[Hell]] (essentially a rough draft of the opening of ''Distinctio prima''). This concluding chapter begins with a citation of the words of [[Saint Augustine]]: "I am in the world and I speak of the world, but I do not know what the world is". -->
# Prologue; reflections on fame and the [[Chansons de Geste|''chansons de geste'']]
# Story of the unidentified Apollonides, ''rex in partibus occidentis'' ("a king of the western regions")
# Life and character of [[Godwin, Earl of Wessex]]
# Life of [[Canute the Great]] and his dealings with Godwin
# [[Henry I of England]] and [[Louis VI of France]]
# The death of [[William II of England]], ''regum pessimus'' ("the worst of kings"); [[Walter Map|Map]]'s first-hand account of the character of [[Henry II, King of England|King Henry II]]; and [[Walter Map|Map]]'s description of his own running dispute with Henry's illegitimate son [[Geoffrey, Archbishop of York|Geoffrey]]
# A satirical comparison of the court of [[Henry II, King of England|King Henry II]] with [[Hell]] (essentially a rough draft of the opening of ''Distinctio prima''). This concluding chapter begins with a citation of the words of [[Saint Augustine]]: "I am in the world and I speak of the world, but I do not know what the world is". -->
 
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