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" We leave out of our consideration those territories which at the end of the fourteenth and the beginning of the fifteenth century... "
Benedetto Croce: An Introduction to His Philosophy - Page 261
by Raffaello Piccoli - 1922 - 315 pages
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Transactions, Volume 4

Glasgow Archaeological Society - Scotland - 1903
...THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY 237 1st Earl of Morton. Joanna, Countess of Morton, Daughter of James I. About the end of the fourteenth and the beginning of the fifteenth century, the fantastic fashion of wearing party-coloured dresses was in vogue in England, where it was particularly...
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Periods of European Literature, Volume 5

1901
...years to come. It is, perhaps, not wholly philosophical to put down the comparative falling off at the end of the fourteenth and the beginning of the fifteenth century, as has often been done, to the encroachments of humanist pedantry. This, no doubt, had something to...
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Italian Influences

Eugene Schuyler - Italy - 1901 - 433 pages
...family at least, that this prayer was not granted, for Alberico was a very distinguished condottiere at the end of the fourteenth and the beginning of the fifteenth century. He defended Romagna against the Duke of Anjou; as Captain-General of the papal troops he was victorious...
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The Earlier Renaissance, Volume 5

George Saintsbury - European literature - 1901 - 423 pages
...years to come. It is, perhaps, not wholly philosophical to put down the comparative falling off at the end of the fourteenth and the beginning of the fifteenth century, as has often been done, to the encroachments of humanist pedantry. This, no doubt, had something to...
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Companion to English history (middle ages)

Francis Pierrepont Barnard - Great Britain - 1902 - 372 pages
...Scotus, the founder of the later Realism, and William of Ockham, the founder of the later Nominalism. The end of the fourteenth and the beginning of the fifteenth century witnessed the ' Oxford movement ' connected with the name of John Wycliffe, himself an Oxford man,...
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Transactions, Volume 4

Glasgow Archaeological Society - Archaeology - 1903
...THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY 237 1st Earl of Morton. Joanna, Countess of Morton, Daughter of James I. About the end of the fourteenth and the beginning of the fifteenth century, the fantastic fashion of wearing party-coloured dresses was in vogue in England, where it was particularly...
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Historic Buildings: As Seen and Described by Famous Writers

Esther Singleton - Architecture - 1903 - 340 pages
...and lassitude in the highest parts ! You perceive both haste and economy there. All that dates from the end of the Fourteenth and the beginning of the Fifteenth Century is mediocre; the sculpture, cut in bad materials that are injured by the frost, is coarse and flabby:...
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The Police Power, Public Policy and Constitutional Rights

Ernst Freund - Police power - 1904 - 819 pages
...The idea of the corpus or corporation as a distinct and fictitious person was developed only about the end of the fourteenth and the beginning of the fifteenth century, under the influence of the speculations of canonical jurists. About the same time (1392) the old statutes...
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C̲i̲s̲t̲ and C̲i̲l̲: A Syntactical Study ...

Charles Eugley Mathews - French language - 1907 - 117 pages
...cil and cist to pronominal and adjectival functions respectively may have been, the fact is that by the end of the fourteenth and the beginning of the fifteenth century there was an established tradition in the language that cil was the pronoun and cist the adjective....
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Portuguese architecture

Walter Crum Watson - Architecture, Portuguese - 1908 - 280 pages
...to be found in the old palace at Cintra, of which the greater part was built by Dom Joao 1. towards the end of the fourteenth and the beginning of the fifteenth century. Formerly all the piers of the old cathedral of Coimbra were covered with such tiles, but they have...
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