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 78 - ... heu fuge, nate dea, teque his' ait 'eripe flammis. hostis habet muros, ruit alto a culmine Troia.
Page xiv - WHISTLE : or, A Newe Daunce of Seven Satires, and other Poems : Compiled by RC, Gent. Now first Edited from MS. Y. 8. 3.
Page 345 - Die schweizerische Heldensage im Zusammenhang mit der deutschen Götter- und Heldensage, Bern 1910, das auf Grund von mangelnden etymologischen Kenntnissen fürchterliche Konstruktionen bietet und sie als Geschichte ausgibt.
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 449 - WH Schofield, English Literature from the Norman Conquest to Chaucer, London, 1906.
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 487 - An Epitome of the title that the Kynges Maiestie of Englande hath to the souereigntie of Scotlande, continued upon the auncient writers of both nacions, from the beginnyng, op.
Page 166 - Brittones Armorici, et nunquam reversi sunt huc usque in hodiernum diem. Propter hoc Brittannia occupata est ab extraneis gentibus, et cives expulsi sunt, usque dum Deus auxilium dederit illis. In veteri traditione seni-orum nostrorum septem imperatores fuerunt a Romanis in Brittannia; Romani autem dicunt novem fuisse. gegen die fremden Völker baten.205 Es kommt von neuem zum Mord, die Römer erscheinen in Britannien und nehmen Rache. Nach dem Bruch' mit Rom lebten die Briten 40 Jahre lang in Angst...
Page 154 - Iutarum et Saxonum perhibetur, Orientales Angli, Mediterranei Angli, Merci, tota Nordanhymbrorum progenies, id est illarum gentium, quae ad Boream Humbri fluminis inhabitant, ceterique Anglorum populi sunt orti. Duces fuisse perhibentur eorum primi duo fratres Hengist et Horsa; e quibus Horsa postea occisus in bello a Brettonibus, hactenus in orientalibus Cantiae partibus monumentum habet suo nomine insigne. Erant autem filii Victgilsi, cuius pater Vitta, cuius pater Vecta, cuius pater Voden, de...
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