Another Nonne with hire hadde she,
That was hire chapeleyne, and Preestes thre.
(= She had another nun with her, / Who was her chaplain, and a priest there too)
These two characters aren’t described, though they are later assigned tales. It’s likely that Chaucer would’ve added their portraits before finishing the text.
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