Englische Gründungssagen von Geoffrey of Monmouth bis zur Renaissance: ein Versuch

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C. Winter, 1922 - Cities and towns - 685 pages
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Page 500 - SCOTORUM HISTORIAE A PRIMA GENTIS ORIGINE, cum Aliarum et Rerum et Gentium Illustratione non vulgari, Libri XIX.
Page xiii - The Complaynt of Scotlande vyth ane Exortatione to the Thre Estaits to be vigilante in the DefFens of their Public veil. 1549.
Page 78 - ... heu fuge, nate dea, teque his' ait 'eripe flammis. hostis habet muros, ruit alto a culmine Troia. 290 sat patriae Priamoque datum: si Pergama dextra defendi possent, etiam hac defensa fuissent. sacra suosque tibi commendat Troia penatis: hos cape fatorum comites, his moenia quaere, magna pererrato statues quae denique ponto.
Page 500 - WALDEN, Provincial of the Carmelite Order in England, and Confessor to King Henry the Fifth. Edited by the Rev. WW SHIRLEY, MA, Tutor and late Fellow of Wadham College, Oxford. 6. THE BUIK OF THE CRONICLIS OF SCOTLAND ; or, A Metrical Version of the History of Hector Boece ; by WILLIAM STEWART.
Page 662 - And leave all bare unto your aierial soul. And when you die, I will erect a Monument Upon the verdant Plains of Salisbury, No King shall have so high a sepulchre, With pendulous stones that I will hang by art...
Page 17 - Geoffrey's cherished discovery, but there are lamentable defects, of a grave character, attending upon this British volume. 1. It was first made known six hundred years after the events which it relates. 2. No MS. copy is now in existence, nor any record of its ever having been multiplied by transcription.
Page 43 - Brute, sub occasu solis trans Gallica regna, insula in Oceano est undique clausa mari : insula in Oceano est habitata Gygantibus olim, nunc deserta quidem : gentibus apta tuis. hanc pete ; namque tibi sedes erit ilia perennis : hie fiet natis altera Troia tuis: hie de prole tua reges nascentur: et ipsis totius terrae subditus orbis erit.
Page 167 - Interea venerunt tres ciulse a Germania expulsae in exilio, in quibus erant Hors et Hengist, qui et ipsi fratres erant, filii Guictgils, filii Guitta, filii Guechta, filii Vuoden, filii Frealaf, filii Fredulf, filii Finn, filii Folcwald, filii Geta, qui fuit, aiunt filius Dei.
Page 683 - In order tbat others may use this book, please return it as soon äs possible, but not later than the date due.
Page 646 - ... to Monopolyes. But remember (6 you Rich men) that your Seruants are your adopted Children, they are naturalized into your bloud, and if you hurt theirs, you are guilty of letting out your owne, than which, what Cruelty can be greater ? What...

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