The process of the seuyn sages. Octouian imperator. Sir Amadas. The huntyng of the hare. Notes. Glossary

9781230092140: The process of the seuyn sages. Octouian imperator. Sir Amadas. The huntyng of the hare. Notes. Glossary

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1810 edition. Excerpt: ... is probable, that the celebrated story of Apollyn suggested the name to our poet on this mention of Tyre.--D. It may be mentioned here, as an instance of sin-gular prolixity, far exceeding that of any poet, an cient or modern, that a German metrical romance on the subject of Apollonius of Tyre, by Henry of Nuwenstatt, is stated to contain above 100,000 lines. This even outdoes the French romance of Aymeri de N arbonne, containing 77,000; and the English one of the holy Graal, consisting of 40,000 1444, Gras-Bologne, "i. e. Bologna in Italy, usually denorninaied La GraSSa. The other Places in Italy, mentioned in the following lines, to V1472, are as follows: Paduic, Padua; Mothun, Modena; Tremoun (we should probably read Crem_oun), Cremona; Plesance, Piacenza; Pavie, Pa7ia; Parme, Parma; Novarre, Novena; Dole, a toyvn in Dauphiné; Versens, Vercelli(?); Melane, Milan; Cene, Sienna; Cortine, Cortona; Curci-nan, probably Pienza, formerly Corsinianum; A. 1684;-.-1nd goth with heom, toan orchard, ' Parlament they holdith hard Darius is always represented throughout the poem asassembling his council in an orchard: Indeed, they seem to have been too nuniet_ons to find placl in any building. See v. 1920, 1937, &c.--E. 1704,--------Darie him Sent Three thyngis to present: A scourge, and a top of nobleys, Ful of gold and an kaumudeym. See the Glossary. In the Latin printed copy, the presents are, a ball, a whipping top, and a go1den'crab. In the Batin MS. a whip, a ball, and a purse of money. Similar to these gifts is the present of tennis-balls, mentioned in Shakespeare's Henry V. as sent to that monarch by the French dauphin, which, in the old play of Henry V. are accompanied by a oaPpot, (probably in allusion to the...

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