Normannerne: bd. Danske og norske riger paa de brittiske øer i Danevældens tidsalder. [1879]-82

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R. Klein, 1879 - Law, Scandinavian
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Page 185 - The History of Wales. Written originally in British, by Caradoc of Lhancarvan, Englished by Dr. Powell, and augmented by W. Wynne, Eellow of Jesus College, Oxon.
Page 286 - Christian den Fjerdes egenhændige Breve, udgivne ved CF Bricka og JA Fridericia af Selskabet for "Udgivelse af Kilder til dansk Historie.
Page 74 - Dublin,' say these annals (under the year 931, editorially corrected to 937). ' Awley with all the Danes of Dublin and north part of Ireland departed and went over seas. The Danes that departed from Dublin arrived in England and by the help of the Danes of that kingdom they gave battle to the 1 Proc.
Page 229 - Byrihtnodus cum commilitonibus suis. Quam gloriose, quamque viriliter, quam audacter incitavit principes belli suos ad aciem, quis urbanitate fretus potest edicere ? Stabat ipse, statura procerus, eminens super caeteros, cujus manum non Aaron et Hur sustentabant, sed multimoda pietas Domini fulciebat, quoniam ipse dignus erat. Percutiebat quoque a dextris, non reminiscens cigneam canitiem sui capitis, quoniam elemosinae et sacrae Missae eum confortabant. Protegebat se a sinistris debilitationem oblitus...
Page 382 - Post festivitatem sancti Martini Danicum comitem Hacun, qui nobilem matronam Gunildam sororis suae et Wyrtgeorni regis Winidorum filiam in matrimonio habuit, quasi legationis causa in exilium misit. Timebat enim ab illo vel vita privari vel regno expelli.
Page 82 - The same year Strath-clyde was devastated by the Saxons, who killed all they could find in their way of the Britons belonging thereto." So much upon this point. I will now proceed to " Chatterton's" query. He wishes me to reconcile the fact that the words in my glossary are generally of Saxon origin, with the fact that the language of the inhabitants of the ancient kingdom of Strathclyde was Welsh. To this...
Page 201 - ... whole of Edgar's reign, dying in the same year as the English king, whilst on a pilgrimage to Rome ;f and if the " rex Cumbrorum " means " king of Strath-Clyde," no Malcolm could have appeared at Chester in that capacity. Malcolm, king of the Cumbrians, is indubitably a myth. Of the other five kings, Siferth, Howel, and Jacob are unquestionably meant for Jevaf ap Idwal, his son Howel, and his brother lago, princes of North Wales, * Chron. Sax. 972.
Page 86 - Analaph, Sigtrih et Reginold per annos fere centum permansit in ditione Danorum. Tune vero Haroldus Hiring filium cum exercitu misit in Angliam. Qui subacta insula tandem proditus et occisus est a Nordumbris " (Adami, " Gesta Hammaburgensis ecclesiae Pontificum,
Page 96 - ... den har klaret." Til Slutning kan jeg ikke undlade at beklage den iltre og personlige Tone, Hr. Steenstrup bruger i sine Bemærkninger om mig; jeg opgiver nødigt det Haab, at en videnskabelig Diskussion om saa fjerne Forhold som i 9de og 10de Aarhundrede kunde føres humant og lidenskabsløst, og ialfald har jeg Ret til at fordre, at man i Polemik mod mig citerer mine Ord ordret og i Sammenhæng, og at man sætter sig ordentlig ind i mine Meninger, førend man angriber dem.
Page 100 - Gjerne for mig; men naar han tilføjer „ja der antydes i Annalen, at han var der kort og strax efter blev dræbt", skal jeg her kun bemærke, at saa forstaar jeg ikke Ordene. Hvad Hr. Steenstrup forøvrigt her fortsætter om, viser kun, at han ikke har givet sig Tid til at sætte sig ind i mit (kanske noget kortfattede) Ræsonnement, hvilket jeg for hans egen Skyld beklager, da derved hele det vittige Bombardement S. 314 — 16 bliver virkningsløst.

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