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Page 62 - Nibelunge," such as it was written down at the end of the twelfth, or the beginning of the thirteenth century, is
Page 32 - In the language of the civil law all corporations were called universitates, as forming one whole out of many individuals. In the German jurisconsults universitas is the word for a corporate town. In Italy it was applied to the incorporated trades in the cities. In ecclesiastical language the term was sometimes applied to a number of churches united under the superintendence of one archdeacon. In a papal rescript of the year 688, it is used of the body of the canons of the church of Pisa : " Maiden,...
Page 171 - ... youths there are to be no festivities. But they may call in some friends or associates, but only a few. We also advise that donations of garments and other things be made, as is customary or even to a greater extent, and especially to the poor. No master lecturing in arts is to wear anything except a cope, round and black and reaching to the heels — at least, when it is new. But he may well wear a pallium. He is not to wear under the round cope embroidered shoes and never any with long bands....
Page 62 - Studium Pragense, ad modum et consuetudinem studii Parisiensis, in quo olim ipse rex in puerilibus constitutus annis studuerat, in omnibus et per omnia dirigeretur et regeretur et ut legentes magistri praedicti haberent certa solaria singulis annis perpetuis temporibus, ipse rex primum, demum dom.