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" ... otherwise than while the sun shall be visible in the sky; or as otherwise expressed : " A chair and gorsedd of the British bards shall be held conspicuously, in the face of the sun, in the eye of light, and under the expansive freedom of the sky,... "
The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ... - Page 553
by Edward Cave, John Nichols - 1865
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Archaeologia Cambrensis

Wales - 1850
...shall be visible in the sky : or, as otherwise expressed, a Chair and Gorsedd of the British Bards shall be held conspicuously, in the face of the sun,...expansive freedom of the sky, that all may see and hear." (lolo MSS., p. 432.) And further on we are told : " It is an institutional usage to form a...
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Archaeologia Cambrensis

Wales - 1850
...shall be visible in the sky : or, as otherwise expressed, a Chair and Gorsedd of the British Bards shall be held conspicuously, in the face of the sun, in the eye of light, and ARCH. CAMB., NEW SERIES, VOL. I. B under the expansive freedom of the sky, that all may see and hear."...
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The Cambrian Journal, Volume 2

Wales - 1855
...be visible in the sky ; or, as otherwise expressed, " A chair and gorsedd of the British bards shall be held conspicuously, in the face of the sun,...expansive freedom of the sky, that all may see and hear." " It is an institutional usage to form a conventional circle of stones, on the summit of some conspicuous...
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The Cambrian Journal, Volume 4

Wales - 1857
...shall be visible in the sky; or as otherwise expressed : " A chair and gorsedd of the British bards shall be held conspicuously, in the face of the sun,...expansive freedom of the sky, that all may see and hear."1 " It is an institutional usage to form a conventional circle of stones (cylch cynghrair2) on...
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The Traditionary Annals of the Cymry

John Williams - Wales - 1867 - 260 pages
...be visible in the sky ; or as otherwise expressed : " A chair and gorsedd of the British bards shall be held conspicuously, in the face of the sun,...expansive freedom of the sky, that all may see and hear."1 " It is an institutional usage to form a conventional circle of stones (cylch cynghrair2) on...
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Archaic England: An Essay in Deciphering Prehistory from Megalithic ...

Harold Bayley - Archaeology - 1920 - 894 pages
...in a conspicuous place in full view and hearing of country and aristocracy, in the face of the sun, the Eye of Light, and under the expansive freedom of the sky that all might see and hear. As sedum is the Latin for seat, and there seems to be some uncertainty as to what...
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