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" Carlovingian dynasty. Furthermore, mark by the usual symbol of war, two crossed swords, the localities where battles were fought by or against the pirates ; where they were defeated or triumphant, or where they pillaged, burned, destroyed ; and the valleys... "
The History of Normandy and of England: General relations of mediaeval ... - Page 419
by Sir Francis Palgrave - 1851
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Revolutions in English History, Volume 1

Robert Vaughan - Great Britain - 1859
...banks of Elbe, Ehine, and Moselle, ' Scheldt, Meuse, Somme, and Seine, Loire, Garonne, ' and A dour, the inland Allier, and all the coasts and 'coast-lands...estuary and estuary, and the 'countries between the river streams, will appear ' bristling as with a chevaux-de-frise.'* Such was the force of the stream...
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Revolutions of Race in English History, Volume 1

Robert Vaughan - Great Britain - 1860 - 563 pages
...will have to be repeated more than ninety times successively before you arrive at the conclusion of the Carlovingian dynasty. Furthermore, mark, by the...estuary and estuary, and the countries between the river streams, will appear bristling as with a chevaux-de-frise.' * flra"duko Such was the ' force...
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A history of Christian missions during the Middle ages

George Frederick Maclear - 1863
...Seine, Loire, Garonne, and CHAP. xi. Adour, the inland Allier. and all the coasts and coastlands AD between estuary and estuary, and the countries between...ancient seats of government, the opulent sea-ports and trading-towns, were all equally exposed to the Danish attacks, stunned by the Northmen's approach,...
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Apostles of mediŠval Europe

George Frederick Maclear - 1869
...defeated or triumphant, or where they pillaged, burned, destroyed ; and the valleys and banks of the Elbe, Rhine, and Moselle, Scheldt, Meuse, Somme, and...ancient seats of government, the opulent sea-ports and trading-towns, were all equally exposed to the Danish attacks, stunned by the Northmen's approach,...
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The lives of the saints. 12 vols. [in 15].

Sabine Baring Gould - 1872
...defeated or triumphant, or where they pillaged, burned, destroyed ; and the valleys and banks of the Elbe, Rhine, and Moselle, Scheldt, Meuse, Somme, and...between the river-streams, will appear bristling as with cheveux-de-frise. The strongly-fenced Roman cities, the venerated abbeys, and their dependent bourgades,...
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The Normans in Europe

Arthur Henry Johnson - Europe - 1877 - 273 pages
...defeated or triumphant, or where they pillaged, burned, or destroyed, and the valleys and the banks of the Elbe, Rhine and Moselle, Scheldt, Meuse, Somme and Seine, Loire, Garonne and Adour, and all the coasts 1 6 The Normans in Europe. AD and coast-lands between estuary and estuary, all the...
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The Romance of Missions

William Henry Withrow - Missions - 1879 - 152 pages
...triumphant, or where they pillaged, burned, destroyed ; and the valleys and banks of the Elbe, Ehine, and Moselle, Scheldt, Meuse, Somme, and Seine, Loire,...between the riverstreams will appear bristling as with chevaux-de* History of Normandy and England, voL ip 419. /me. The strongly-fenced Eoman cities, the...
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The Lives of the Saints, Volume 5

Sabine Baring-Gould - Christian saints - 1882
...defeated or triumphant, or where they pillaged, burned, destroyed ; and the valleys and banks of the Elbe, Rhine, and Moselle, Scheldt, Meuse, Somme, and...Garonne, and Adour, the inland Allier, and all the cbasts and coastlands between estuary and estuary, and the countries between the river-streams, will...
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The Lives of the Saints, Volume 2

Sabine Baring-Gould - Saints - 1897
...defeated or triumphant, or where they pillaged, burned, destroyed ; and the valleys and banks of the Elbe, Rhine, and Moselle, Scheldt, Meuse, Somme, and...between the river-streams, will appear bristling as with cheveux-de-frise. The strongly-fenced Roman cities, the venerated abbeys, and their dependent bourgades,...
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The Literature of the Celts: Its History and Romance

Magnus MacLean - Celtic literature - 1906 - 400 pages
...defeated or triumphant, or where they pillaged, burned, or destroyed; and the valleys and banks of the Elbe, Rhine and Moselle, Scheldt, Meuse, Somme and...estuary and estuary, and the countries between the river streams will appear bristling as with chevaux de frise. " The strongly-fenced Roman cities, the...
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