Dyocletianus leben

G. Basse, 1841 - 276 Seiten

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Seite 45 - It will have blood; they say, blood will have blood : Stones have been known to move, and trees to speak ; Augurs, and understood relations, have By magot-pies,* and choughs, and rooks, brought forth The secret'st man of blood.
Seite 53 - ... the greyhound had killed the child, he immediately drew his sword and slew him, but on turning up the cradle he found under it the child alive, and the wolf dead.
Seite 9 - Bakhtyar-nameh, ou le Favori de la fortune , conte traduit du persan par M. Lescallier. Paris, 1805, in-8°.
Seite 18 - Herbers le veult en romans traire \ Et de romans uns livre faire, El nom et...
Seite 53 - ... by the name Bedd Gelhart (the grave of Killhart), in Caernarvonshire. From this incident is derived a very common Welsh proverb : ' I repent as much as the man who slew his greyhound.
Seite 41 - Die nützliche Unterweisung der sieben weisen Meister, wie Pontianus der König zu Rom seinen Sohn Diocletianum den sieben weisen Meistern befiehlt, die sieben freyen Künste zu lernen, und wie derselbe hernach durch Untreu seiner...
Seite 13 - ... slight reference to a very rare book, intituled " Ludus Septem Sapieutum ;" and I now recur to the same subject, in the hope that, as I have paid considerable attention to works of that kind, I may be able to unravel some of the most intricate points in the history of ancient and modern Literature. Of the work in question, there are only two Latin editions of any note ; one printed in Gothic characters, without date or place ; * and the other, " Impressum Francofurti ad Maenum, apud Paulum Reffeler,...
Seite 53 - Llywelyn, on entering the room, found the cradle where his child lay overturned and the floor flowing with blood : imagining that the greyhound had killed the child, he immediately drew his sword and stabbed it ; then turning up the cradle found under it the child alive and the wolf dead. This...
Seite 14 - PS Instead of saying there are only two editions of the " Ludus," I ought rather to have said that there are three. For the " Historia Calumniae Novercalis," is evidently an older representation of the
Seite 18 - Sages hon fn, et de grant los, Por ce ot non Dolopatos, Car il sofri trop a sa vie De dolor et de tricerie.

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