Geschichte der legenden der h. Katharina von Alexandrien und der h. Maria Aegyptiaca nebst unedirten texten

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M. Niemeyer, 1890 - Literature, Comparative - 346 pages
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Page 146 - Life," he said; And ere I answered, passing out of sight, On his celestial embassy he sped. Twas at thy door, O friend ! and not at mine, The angel with the amaranthine wreath, Pausing, descended, and with voice divine, Whispered a word that had a sound like Death. Then fell upon the house a sudden gloom, A shadow on those features fair and thin; And softly, from that hushed and darkened room, Two angels issued, where but one went in.
Page 166 - Olyves y now, bothe for to brenne in here Lampes, and to ete also : And that plentee have thei be the Myracle of God. For the Ravenes and the Crowes and the Choughes, and other Foules of the Contree assemblen hem there every...
Page 156 - Travels in Various Countries of the East, being a continuation of Memoirs relating to European and Asiatic Turkey, etc.
Page 231 - Christi nomen ubique gentium fateri et, quia christianitas in suis principibus jam religiosa jamque fidelis est, jam persecutionis procella detumuit, jam vincula et verbera, carceres et eculeos et cetera suppliciorum genera procul cessisse manifestum est, et ideo christicolis jure non potest inputari, si his nostris temporibus penalibus tormentis non probantur, quia persecutionis occasio, sedata pace, jam quievit.
Page 271 - ... insignis materia alens, vivificans atque discernens ex qua oculi ad videndum, aures ad audiendum, os, lingua ad loquendum et cetera queque informentur, que sensu vigentia salutationes hominum audiant, videant et intelligant, nam si hec defuerint quid refert mihi...
Page 166 - Lampes, and to ete also : And that plentee have thei be the Myracle of God. For the Ravenes and the Crowes and the Choughes, and other Foules of the Contree assemblen hem there every Zeer ones, and fleen thider as in pilgrymage: and everyche of hem bringethe a Braunche of the Bayes or of Olyve, in here Bekes, in stede of Offryng, and leven hem there ; of the whiche the Monkes maken gret plentee of Oyle; and this is a gret Marvaylle.
Page 240 - ") formamur et nascimur; hec omnia elementis mundi ascribi deberé suadeat . quibus vos divinitatis") numen attribuitis et appositis nominibus pro deo singula atque universa veneramini . nulla alia ratione ") in hanc erroneam opinionem traducti . nisi quod...
Page 284 - Quod oculus non vidit, nee auris audivit, nee in cor hominis ascendit, quae praeparavit Deus iis qui diligunt illum.
Page 158 - ... hollow in the lofty rock that crowns the summit was said by the Brahmans to be the footstep of Siva, by the Buddhists, of Buddha, by the Chinese, of...
Page 292 - Conversus autem ad illas JESUS, dixit: "Filiae Jerusalem, nolite flere super me, sed super vos ipsas flete et super filios vestros: 29.

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