... his ring in witness of his right, and the three rings being found so like unto one another that the true might not be known, the question which was the father's very heir abode pending and yet pendeth. And so say I to you, my lord ; of the three Laws... Tales from Boccaccio - Page 20by Giovanni Boccaccio - 1918 - 64 pagesFull view
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...sempre per suo amico l'ebbe e in grande e onorevole stato appresso di se il mantenne (§§ 17-18).33 [Saladin perceived that the Jew had excellently well...spread before his feet; wherefore he concluded to disclose to him his need and see if he were willing to serve him; and so accordingly he did, confessing...