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" SUBDUES NORWAY, DACIA, AQUITAINE, AND GAUL. AFTER this, having invited over to him all persons whatsoever that were famous for valour in foreign nations, he began to augment the number of his domestics, and introduced such politeness into his court, as... "
The British History of Geoffrey of Monmouth: In Twelve Books - Página 201
editado por - 1842 - 282 páginas
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Six Old English Chronicles: Of which Two are Now First Translated from the ...

John Allen Giles - 1848 - 512 páginas
...kingdom, he resided in it for twelve years together in peace. CHAP. XI.—Arthur subdues tforteay, Dana, Aquitaine, and Gaul. AFTER this, having invited over...of the remotest countries thought worthy of their imitation. So that there was not a nobleman who thought himself of any consideration, unless his clothes...
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Six Old English Chronicles

John Allen Giles - 1848 - 512 páginas
...kingdom, he resided in it for twelve years together in peace. Ciw'. XI.—Arthur subdues Norway, Dada, Aquitaine, and Gaul. AFTER this, having invited over...of the remotest countries thought worthy of their imitation. So that there was not a nobleman who thought himself of any consideration, unless his clothes...
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Six Old English chronicles; Ethelwerd's chronicle, Asser's Life of Alfred ...

Fabius Ethelwerdus - 1848
...twelve years together in peace. CHAP. XI.—Arthur subdues Norway, Dacia, Aguitaine, and Gaul. AFTEE this, having invited over to him all persons whatsoever...of the remotest countries thought worthy of their imitation. So that there was not a nobleman who thought himself of any consideration, unless his clothes...
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Age of Chivalry: Or, Legends of King Arthur

1865 - 401 páginas
...over to him all persons whatsoever that were famous for valor in foreign nations, and augmented tho number of his domestics, and introduced such politeness...of the remotest countries thought worthy of their imitation. So that there was not a nobleman \vlio thought himself of any consideration unless his clothes...
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Six Old English Chronicles: Of which Two are Now First Translated from the ...

Gildas - 1872 - 512 páginas
...the kingdom, he resided in it for twelve years together in peace. CHAP. XI.—Arthur subdues Norwny, Dacia, Aquitaine, and Gaul, AFTER this, having invited...of the remotest countries thought worthy of their imitation. So that there was not a nobleman who thought himself of any consideration, unless his clothes...
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Six Old English Chronicles: Of which Two are Now First Translated from the ...

John Allen Giles - 1872 - 512 páginas
...505.1 ARTHUR'S CONQUESTS. 239 CHAP. XI.—Arthur subdues Norway, Dacia, Aquitaine, and Gaul. AFTEB this, having invited over to him all persons whatsoever...of the remotest countries thought worthy of their imitation. So that there was not a nobleman who thought himself of any consideration, unless his clothes...
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Age of Chivalry: Or, Legends of King Arthur

Thomas Bulfinch - 1874 - 401 páginas
...invited over to him all persons whatsoever that were famous for valor in foreign nations, and augmented the number of his domestics, and introduced such politeness...of the remotest countries thought worthy of their imitation. So that there was not a nobleman "who thought himself of any consideration unless his clothes...
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Six Old English Chronicles: Of which Two are Now First Translated from the ...

Gildas - 1891 - 512 páginas
...having established the kingdom, he resided in it for twelve years together ia peace. CHAP. XI.— Arthur subdues Norway, Dacia, Aquitaine, and Gaul. /AFTER...of the remotest countries thought worthy of their imitation. ^TSo that there was not a nobleman who thought himself of any consideration, unless his...
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The Age of Chivalry: Or Legends of King Arthur, "King Arthur and His Knights ...

Thomas Bulfinch - 1895 - 404 páginas
...invited over to him all persons whatsoever that were famous for valor in foreign nations, and augmented the number of his domestics, and introduced such politeness...of the remotest countries thought worthy of their imitation. So that there was not a nobleman who thought himself of any consideration unless his clothes...
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Six Old English Chronicles: Of which Two are Now First Translated from the ...

Gildas - 1896 - 512 páginas
...having established the kingdom, he resided in it for twelve years together in peace. CHAP. XI.—Arthur subdues Norway, Dacia, Aquitaine, and Gaul. AFTER...of the remotest countries thought worthy of their imitation. So that there was not a nobleman who thought himself of any consideration, unless his clothes...
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