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Page 545 - The points which show this costume as late thirteenth century are : (1) the tightening of the tunic, this being generally found at the beginning of the century, not in the middle, then again at the end ; (2) the head-dress ; this is very typical of the end of the thirteenth and beginning of the fourteenth century. It is very similar to Fig. 73, but the padding under the hair-net is not so marked, also the coronet of linen is splayed out at the top — less of a band. The colouring of this figure...
Page 8 - ... is one of the most interesting episodes in the history of the conquest. It was a critical moment for the Europeans. If they had failed to agree, and had turned their arms against one another, those who would have escaped alive would have been at the mercy of the Indians, who would at once have rallied their forces to repel the invaders. But, fortunately, wise...
Page 544 - Nunna-minster or Abbey of St. Mary, Winchester. This MS. is assigned to the Eighth Century, and contains the Passion of our Lord, Prayers, Hymns, etc., and the boundaries of the lands of the Abbey in Winchester, as held at the time of its foundation by St. Ealhswith, with a facsimile page in autotype photography (152 pp.). Edited by W. DE GRAY BIRCH, FSA, of the MSS. Department, British Museum. Published at 12J6 net.
Page 157 - Statuto de terris et tenementis ad manum mortuam non ponendis edito non obstante...
Page 181 - ALMIGHTY GOD, who seest that we have no power of ourselves to help ourselves ; Keep us both outwardly in our bodies, and inwardly in our souls ; that we may be defended from all adversities which may happen to the body, and from all evil thoughts which may assault and hurt the soul ; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Page 544 - Published at 12/6 net. Extra Volume. 6. — Winchester Cathedral Records, I, II. Quarto. 1. A Consuetudinary for the Refectory of St. Swithun's Priory (47 pp.). 3/6 net. 2. Charter of Edward III for the St. Giles' Fair, Winchester (82 pp.). 5/- net. Edited by the VERY REV. GW KITCHIN, DD, FSA, Dean of Durham. 1892. 7. — The Compotus Rolls of the Obedientaries of St. Swithun's Priory, Winchester (xiv + 540 pp.). Edited by the VKHY RBV.
Page 158 - ... capitalibus dominis feodi illius servitiis inde debitis et consuetis. In cujus rei testimonium has litteras nostras fieri fecimus patentes. Teste me ipso apud Staunford, vicesimo die Novembris, anno regni nostri Angliae quinto decimo, regni vero nostri Franciae secundo.
Page 154 - ... de capitalibus dominis feodi illius per servicia inde debita et de jure consueta. Et ego vero predictus...
Page 39 - Prior a great noble, ruling over what was far better than a noble's fortress — a well-ordered, peaceful community, which on the one side kept up a perpetual protest against the rude vices of the age, and on the other side shewed to the kings, nobles, and prelates who thronged our city, the pattern of an organization for the conduct of life and business which could hardly have been found elsewhere in medieval times.
Page 62 - Christmas — a solemn banquet that the prior and convent did use at that time of the year only, when their banquet was of figs and raisins, ale and cakes ; and thereof no superfluity or excess, but a scholastical and moderate congratulation amongst themselves.