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Ion Budai Deleanu. Iacătă, voi să vă-întreb pe cine Vreţi a pune pe scaunul moale Dă domnie şi lui să să-închine Vra, ca Ș-unui vodă, ţigănia? Apoi, cui să cuvine bănia?“ FÂRŞIT. Cântecul a XII ARGUMENTUL Ţiganii la sfat încep ...
Select Works, Vol. 1: French Enlightenment Series - Volumul 4
Two monks: the one of Lagny, who is praised in the sixth book of the Res Diplomatica (p. 585), the other of S. Lucian of Beauvais, of whom the Necrology makes mention thus :The 24th March died Hugh Farsit, a professed monk." It may be the ...
Bernard of Clairvoux, 2013
Historical and Descriptive Notices of the City of Cork, etc - Pagina 166
Two miles to the east, is the village of Abadda, (i. e. the long-ford,) and near it a seat of the Roches, and also a plain modern church. Farsit, a now insignificant place, lies a mile farther on. It formerly gave name to the whole harbour, which in ...
Miraculous Rhymes: The Writing of Gautier de Coinci - Pagina 7
He was able to draw on accounts by Hugues Farsit (Hugo Farsitus),16 a regular canon of Saint- Jean-des- Vignes at Soissons, about cures effected in 1140 at the time of the 'mal des ardents' epidemic in the Abbey of Notre Dame at Soissons ...
Georgetown University Papers on Languages and Linguistics
Georgetown University. School of Languages and Linguistics. 3. GUNDRADA'S NOSE AND LIP 3. 1 HUGUES FARSIT (HUGO FARSITUS) Libellus de miraculis B. Mariae Virginis in urbe Suessionensi in Migne Patrologia latina: Vol. 179, cols.
Georgetown University. School of Languages and Linguistics, 1978
The Phantom limb phenomenon: a medical, folkloric, and ... - Pagina 89
a medical, folkloric, and historical study : texts and translations of 10th to 20th century accounts of the miraculous restoration of lost body parts Douglas B. Price, Neil J. Twombly. 3. GUNDRADA'S NOSE AND LIP 3.1 HUGUES FARSIT (HUGO ...
Douglas B. Price, Neil J. Twombly, 1978
A General Introduction to Domesday Book: Accompanied by ...
In Nordstouue Hund iurauert Walt de Cleis, Roger9 Maurini filius, Hugo Farsit, Robt filius Warini, Godliue, Azor, Godmar9 de Gre- tona, Waluric9 de Grettona, et ôs alii Franci et Angli de h. W. iuraü. " In Cestretona2 Hund iuraverunt Rogi de ...
Religious and Laity in Western Europe, 1000-1400: ... - Pagina 201
anon Hugo Farsit, writing in 1143, described in detail an epidemic — characterized by a burning fever — that had descended upon the region of the Soissonais and spread among the populace.6 After suffering terribly, with ...
Emilia Jamroziak, Janet E. Burton, 2006
Miracles and the medieval mind: theory, record, and event, ...
61 Hugh Farsit 3. 1779-80. 62 Ibid., 12. 1786. 63 Ibid. , 5. 1780. The risk of damage to relics by those venerating them was not unusual; cf. Life of St Hugh, 2: 169-70 (ed. H. Farmer and D. Douie). 64 Hugh Farsit 4. 1779. The title 'stella maris' ...
Wounds in the Middle Ages - Pagina 235
... without specifying how.82 later accounts are more discursive. describing an epidemic that struck soissons in 1128–29, hugues Farsit tells the story ofgundrada, who became a social outcast after her nose and lip had been horribly disfigured ...
Dr Anne Kirkham, Dr Cordelia Warr, 2014