Studies and Notes in Philology and Literature

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Published under the direction of the Modern Language Depts. of Harvard University by Ginn & Company, 1893 - English language - 6 pages

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Page 135 - Hoc servant Itali post prima crepundia cuncti ; Et sudare scholis mandatur tota juventus. Solis Teutonicis vacuum vel turpe videtur, Ut doceant aliquem nisi clericus accipiatur.
Page 129 - Bajoarii, Suevi, Burgundiones, tanto dedignamur ut inimicos nostros commoti, nil aliud contumeliarum nisi Romane, dicamus: hoc solo, id est Romanorum nomine, quicquid ignobilitatis, quicquid timiditatis, quicquid avaritiae, quicquid luxuriae, quicquid mendacii, immo quicquid vitiorum est comprehendentes (Liutprand, in Legat Script.
Page 72 - As thow hast felt the bledyng of Thisbe And with that word he smot hym to the herte The blod out of the...
Page 152 - Franzoyser die besten hänt ir des die volge län, 10 daz süezer rede wart nie getan mit wirde und ouch mit wärheit. underswanc noch underreit gevalschte dise rede nie: des jehent si dort, nu hcert se ouch hie. 15 diz mxre ist war, doch wunderlich. alle sine süne verstiez, daz er in bürg noch huobe liez, noch der erde dechein sin richeit.
Page 146 - Ornamenta sua secum traxit. Penes nos sunt consules tui. Penes nos est senatus tuus. Penes nos est miles tuus.
Page 175 - Testament, from the Latin translation, and annotations of the learned Genevan divine Theodore Beza. In the end of the sixteenth and beginning of the seventeenth century, the English catholics at Rheims published a version of the whole Bible, crowded with barbarous terms, and accompanied with notes calculated to support the doctrines of their church.
Page 135 - Vosne estis mei Romani? Propter vos quidem meam patriam propinquos quoque reliqui, amore vestro meos Saxones et cunctos Theotiscos, sanguinem meum proieci.
Page 127 - Expressions of German national feeling in historical and poetical literature from the middle of the tenth century to the time of Walther von der Vogelweide.
Page 152 - ... der vorder zornes sich bewac, dö der knappe in dem phade lac: 5 'dirre toersche Wäleise unsich wendet gäher reise.' ein pris den wir Beier tragen, muoz ich von Wäleisen sagen: die sint toerscher denne beiersch her 10 und doch bi manlicher wer.
Page 210 - Theatre. 410, 1682. This play met with very great success, and was, till the year 1751, frequently presented on our stages ; particularly on Lord Mayor's day, in contempt and to the disgrace of the city.