The Proces of the Seuyn Sages.- Octouian Imperator.- Sir Amadas.- The Hunttyng of the Hare

The Proces of the Seuyn Sages.- Octouian Imperator.- Sir Amadas.- The Hunttyng of the Hare

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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: ...Pienza, formerly Corsinianum; Acise, olim Assisium, in the diocese of Spoleto; Gobyn, Gabiano; Orbenetle, Orvieto; Viterbe, Vi terbo; Aretche, Arczzo. 1684, And goth with heom to an orchard, Parlement they holdith hard. Darius is always represented throughout the poem as assembling his council in an orchard: Indeed, they seem to have been too numerous to find place in any building. See v. 1920, 1937, &c.-'-E. 1704, Darie him sent Threo thyngis to present: A scourge, and a top of nobleys, F ul of gold and an haumzule_ys. See the Glossary. In the Latin printed copy, the presents are, a ball, a whipping top, and a golden crab. In the Latin MS. a whip, a ball, and a purse of money.-D 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 carpet, (probably in allusion to the carpet-knights, so often mentioned in old plays.) 1712, Syble, Probably Cybele; though her relationship to Darius, who is represented as her uncle in the text, has not hitherto been discovered by mythologists. 1791, (h'cile, i. e. Sicily; Poyle is Apulia; Burgoyne, Burgundy 5 and Sclavoyne, probably Sclavonia. 1922-1933, Mount Tar_yn, Taurus, see v. 2625; Barbaryn, men of Barbary; Eufraten, Euphrates; Sclaveyne, Esclavonia; Coloyne, Cologne, (the Duke of Cologne is a strange attendant on Darius); Sab, Saba; Kaymes kinrede, the kin. dred or race of Cain. ' 1995, Ymagu. This personage is called by the same name, v. 2381; but is called Amagone, in v. i023. 2033, The glove he gevith heom by twene, &c. Throwing down the glove seems to have been a part of all military c0venants.--E. 2150, T_ysoz'le, i. e. Thessaly. 2202, more

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