The Life of Saint Katherine; From the Royal Ms. 17a. XXVII., &C., with Its Latin Original from the Cotton Ms. Caligula, A. VIII., &C

The Life of Saint Katherine; From the Royal Ms. 17a. XXVII., &C., with Its Latin Original from the Cotton Ms. Caligula, A. VIII., &C

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1884 edition. Excerpt: ...1563 B Jeos, C wiS. 1564 C writes hwite meidnes inohe, B wurliche. 1565 E ant, meidenes, C writes wurSliche men. 1566 R ant al, C omits al, CB abute. 1567 B omits hire, C was, self. 1569 R ant, B % js te, C B a for ane. 1571 C upon, heaued. 1573 CB a. 1574 C isend, R from for of. 1575 R ant, C And. 1577 Cspeke, B speoke, C B wiS, C Jis/or te, B e. 1578 K Porfirie, C omits hire. 1579 R heo, C jernede, B irnde. 1 videndam virginem, transposed. him a dream that had appeared to her: that she saw this maiden sitting with many venerable men clothed in white, and maidens not a few placed all round; and she was herself among them, as she thought, and one took a crown of gold, and set it upon her head, and spoke to her thus: "Receive, 0 Queen, a crown sent to thee from heaven." And therefore she said she desired most earnestly to speak with the maiden. Porphirius granted all that she desired; puella de qua loqueris crudeliter ab imperatore actum constat. quia et ego interfui. quando ab externis1 finibus sapientes convocatos. disceptare adversus puellam constituit. et promissis muneribus si victam redderent. vehementer incitavit. Illi autem adversus eam stare nec hora una2 prevaluerunt. sed ilico conversi. deum hunc quem puella predicabat publice fatebantur. Unde et indignatus imperator. omnes ignibus tradi imperavit3 In quibus illud mirabile contigisse vidi et ego. quod in his omnibus nec in capillis aut in vestimentis ulla ignis lesio conparuit. Qua4 re fateor o regina. ex illo die sic verba illius quibus ipsa deos nostros exprobravit. sic inquam cor meum titillando sollicitant.5 ut quidquid diis exibemus totum frivolum reputem et inane. Unde nisi lex nostra christianorum sectam penitus abhorruissed facile quis poterat me ad cultum christi...
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  • Paperback | 78 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 154g
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236586034
  • 9781236586032