S. Albon Und Amphabel Ein Legendenepos, Ed. Von K. Horstmann

S. Albon Und Amphabel Ein Legendenepos, Ed. Von K. Horstmann

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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. 1882 edition. Excerpt: ... by notable violence Without mercy shulde be serued thus, By iugement cruell and furyous: Made naked fyrst and to a stake bounde, Athisnauyll made a large wounde--He compelled amonge the cruell route--At the nauyll his bowels to be take 5 And his guttes serched rounde aboute, Lyke a longe rope tyed to a stake, And of his lyfe so an ende (to) make, And at laste voyde of all pytye Smyte of his heed, by furyous cruelty. This was the dome touchyng the tormentes Of blessed Albon and Amphibalus, Falsely concluded in the iugementes Of Maxymyan, my auctortelleth thus, With Asclepeodet wode and con neuer bryng. 1164) but st. bad. be fehlt. 1179) restore st. resorte. 182) Kd. stautes. to w. 1156) an. 1157) But for. and kynde fehlt. 1161) And st. that. 1164) be done. great fehlt. 1165) avice. 1169) in all hast. 1171) thus st. expresse. 1173) hercules. 1174) manere. 1176) sleen. 1179) sect. resorte. n8o)law. 1181)statutes. 1882)he st.they. 1183) sore him. 1184) that euer. 1185) tornyne. n86)ydolles. n89)liche. of nach and fehlt. 1193--4 umgesetzt. victorious st. so certayne, v. a. H. (urspr. Lucke). 1193) monycions (certeyne, v. a. H. zugesetzt). 119s) and townes. 1198) so st. to. he fehlt. 1200) ne. 1203) smyte. hedde. 1204) that st. as. 121t) stoke. 1212) And at. 1216)tevde vnto. 1217) to make. 121gSmvten. 1222) their 1223) mv11. traryus, 5 In that citie bothe two there present, In Verolamy, whiche yafe this ugement. The citezyns gathered enuiron For this matter with great diligence, Bothe of London and many other towne, 3 Of iugement to here that sentence--Youen vpon Albon in open audience, Vnder these wordes put in remembrance, As ye shall here rehersed in sub staunce: Tyme of the emperour Dioclesyan, Whan he stode hyest in his...show more

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  • English
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  • 123655759X
  • 9781236557599