Quellen und Forschungen zur Sprach- und Kulturgeschichte der germanischen Völker, Томови 68-72

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Walter de Gruyter, 1891
 

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Страница 88 - Saxon portion of it to the end of the ninth or the beginning of the tenth century.
Страница 62 - A dating at the end of the ninth or beginning of the tenth century, and B a little later.
Страница 92 - Charles, king of the Franks gave him his daughter to wife ; and after that he came to his people, and they were glad of it. And about two years after he came from France he died, and his body lies at Winchester.
Страница 92 - ... with all his counsellors, out of the kingdom. But he, as we have said, acting with great clemency and prudent counsel, so wished things to be done, that the kingdom might not come into danger; and he placed Judith, daughter of King Charles, whom he had received from...
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Страница 91 - Saxon poem," is amply justified by the available evidence. Of the author of JUDITH and the circumstances of composition we know nothing at all, but some ingenious suggestions have been made. Cook in 1888 presented at some length the hypothesis that the poem was "composed, in or about the year 856, in gratitude for the deliverance of Wessex from the fury of the heathen Northmen...
Страница 77 - Judith: Studies in Metre, Language and Style, with a View to Determining the Date of the Oldenglish Fragment and the Home of Its Author.
Страница 64 - Alfred's daughter, and he arrived at the conclusion: "jEthelflaed, then, is Mercia's Judith, for she by no ordinary strategy, we are told, raised her Kingdom and people to their old position. She, like the Hebrew Judith, abandoned the older strategy of raid and battle, not indeed to murder the Danish chief, but to build fortresses and beleaguer her enemies.
Страница 54 - The Life and Death of William Longbeard, the most famous and witty English Traitor, borne in the Citty of London. Accompanied with manye other most pleasant and prettie Histories, By TL, of Lincoln's Inne, Gent.

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