Zur Volkskunde: Alte und neue Aufsätze

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Verlag nicht ermittelbar, 1879 - Folklore - 522 pages

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Page 404 - Martis sacrario ancilia commovere; 8, 3: nam ia qui belli susceperat curam sacrarium Martis ingressus primo ancilia commovebat, post hastam simulacri ipsius, dicens: Mars, vigila.
Page 102 - From a hollow tree the Hedgehog With his sleepy eyes looked at him, Shot his shining quills, like arrows, Saying with a drowsy murmur, Through the tangle of his whiskers, "Take my quills, O Hiawatha!
Page 10 - Apollo Smintheus und die Bedeutung der Mäuse in der Mythologie der Indogermanen...
Page 199 - Kretas Volkslieder nebst Distichen und Sprichwörtern. In der Ursprache mit Glossar herausgegeben von Anton Jeannaraki. Leipzig.
Page 485 - London, Printed and sold by Mary D. at the Horseshoe in Giltspur Street, nd At the end is "a pleasant Song, giving an account of many more miserable Misfortunes of poor Simon, shewing how he drank a bottle of sack to poison himself, as being weary of his life." This edition, which was printed early in the last century, is unfortunately imperfect ; but the deficiency is supplied from a Newcastle edition, printed about 1 760. The chapters are thus entitled : — 1. An account of Simon's wedding, and...
Page 285 - ... limits of his kingdom and to build there a strong fortress. The structure is begun but, after the work of the day has been thrice destroyed utterly during the night, his counsellors advise him that the fortress will not stand unless the foundation-stones are wet with the blood of a fatherless boy: nisi infantem sine patre invenies et occidetur ille et arx a sanguine suo aspergatur, numquam aedificabitur in aeternum (40, p.
Page 385 - em stoutly keep their ground, With horror and disdain wind-bound. And now the cause of all their fear By slow degrees approach'd so near, They might distinguish different noise Of horns, and pans, and dogs, and boys, And kettle-drums, whose sullen dub Sounds like the hooping of a tub.
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Page 510 - Aryan nations will find the type of the condition of their remote ancestors, when in savagery, in that of the Australians and Polynesians; when in the Lower Status of barbarism in that of the partially Village Indians of America; and when in the Middle Status in that of the Village Indians, with which their own experience in the Upper Status directly connects.
Page 102 - ... quadrupeds. A dog was immediately put to it. The animal had not gone in many paces when he howled and retreated with several quills in his body. One in particular was driven an inch into his right leg. The porcupine, on the approach of the dog, drew itself into the shape of a ball, like a hedge-hog, and darting forward with all its strength, threw its quills into the dog.

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