The Kankedort Page Woodcut of London, from Richard Pinson's edition of the Canterbury Tales, c. 1526
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"But now to yow, ye loveres that ben here, / Was Troilus nought in a kankedort, . . . "?
Troilus and Criseyde 2: 1751-52
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