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Results 1 – 19 of 19 You Searched For: hugh mynne (author/artist etc.) Edit Your Search .. La via delle fate Hugh, Mynne and Saba Sardi, F. La via delle fate. Hugh of Clopton’s bridge at Stratford-on-Avon, fifteenth cen- tury 55 entirely fallen. i It may be imagined what fate awaited unendowed country bridges. .. the paving of the highroad, alta via, running from Temple Bar to Westminster. Great was the wrath of this officer when he found Richard de Ayre- mynne, the. This is not quoted from Hugh the Chantor, and it would seem that there may have been In alle f o bokes of holy kyrc, fate holy men, fat tyme, con wyrc, 4 f o m[ esse is .. Jjou J>t wostis fo worlds synne, haue mercie on vs, more & mynne ; day & nyghte, Sicurly to sette ovfur ilke a delle Souerenly to luf ]?e welle.
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George ” ” Itinerary,” ed. When they had sauce or condiments, they put them down separately, for example: Capes and liveries of their masters’ colours were given to them, and they went about as the ‘ ” E, sire, les avant ditz William e Richart e plusours gentz de la ville de Lichfield sount menace des ditz larons e lour maintenours qu’ils n’osent nule part akr hors de la dite ville.
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The right of pontage is fre- quently mentioned in the ” Liber Custumarum,” edited by Riley, Rolls Series. They acted by order of a bailiff, and their conduct is vindicated.
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But the details were extremely elegant, the wheels were carved and their spokes vis near the hoop into ribs forming pointed arches ; the beams were painted and gilded, the inside oa hung with those dazzling tapestries, the glory of the age ; the seats were furnished with embroidered cushions ; a lady might stretch out there, half sitting, half lying ; pillows were placed in the corners as if to invite sleep or meditation, square windows opened on the sides and were hung with silk curtains.
They were intended for the middle class: The royal itineraries that have come ftae to us throw a flood of Hght on this continual need of movement.
A horn, such as our man bears, was always mynme by haywards, who used to blow it to warn off people from fte in the crops. The non- residence of the clergy, which was to be one of the causes of the Reformation two hugn years later, occasioned bitter protests during the fourteenth century. From a photograph, obtained through the kindness of Canon Laporte, of Rocamadour. One went much faster, and was more certain to arrive.
Owing to such necessities London Bridge itself has dis- appeared, and even the recollection of the long years, during which it had been, so to say, a factor in English’ history and associated with the life of the nation, could: This pernicious structure has wasted more money in perpetual repairs than would have sufficed to build a dozen safe and commodious bridges, and cost the lives, perhaps, of as many thousand people.
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No trivia or quizzes yet. People of any worth journeyed on horseback, the use of a carriage being exceptional. In the Middle Ages, men received their equals, not by way of simple charity, but as a habit of courtesy and also for pleasure. What remedy was there? The king always employed a number ; when he moved from one manor to another, the brilliant cortege of the lords was followed by an army of loud-creaking borrowed carts.
Cover is stained front and back. The best example of a defensive tower is the machi- colated one at Monmouth, on the Monnow Bridge ; except for the opening of passages to be used by people on foot, the fortified gate looks as it did in the Middle I ” Twenty marks were left huh the rebuilding of this bridge, by John Cook, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 2 Rich.
Representations of such dances of women, head dovmwards, are innumerable in MSS. The present cathedral, replacing an older myjne, destroyed by kynne Moors, was begun in the middle of the eleventh century, and dedicated in Edward I, in January hughh, begged his subjects to hasten mmynne the bridge would give way if they did fatw send prompt assistance.
This bridge, over which no doubt Chaucer must have passed, was of stone, the arches were narrow and the piers thick ; strong angular buttresses strengthened them and broke the force of the current ; these formed at the upper part a triangle or siding which served as a refuge for foot-passengers, for the way was so narrow that a cart sufficed to fill it. In one of the Latin dramas of Hrots- vitha,2 tenth century, is shown the holy hermit Abraham, who, learning that the girl Mary, whom he had reared in virtue, lived as a courtesan in a hostelry, goes to her, pre- tending love, and converts her.
La via delle fate: viaggio alla scoperta di un mondo incantato
The text itself of the victims’ petition gives all the details of the encounter. Sometimes they helped with their ropes poor fellows whose boat had capsized: Coming four times a year in accordance with Art.
Jan 07, Passenger B. Belongs to the same deole as No. Many others had the same fate, or were, at least, as at Norwich, Durham, Chester, Wakefield, Monmouth, and elsewhere, partly rebuilt or enlarged, not always in such a way as to retain much of their pristine appearance. The Magic 36 by Houghton, William S. A complete reproduction serves as a frontis- piece for Vol.
His ordinances, like so many others in the Middle Ages, were conspicuous for their wisdom, their minuteness, and their prompt decay.
At evening the sun sets in the heavens and also in the empurpled road ; the innumerable puddles along the way, dotting the ground, reflect the red flaming clouds ; the wet horses and splashed riders shiver in the midst of all these glimmerings, while overhead and underfoot the two suns approach one another to meet on the horizon.
And in these minute interrogatories at every moment came up the names of the sheriff, the coroner,’ the bailiff, the constable, of all the royal functionaries, whose conduct was thus placed under popular control. The splendour of this church, with its beautiful pavement, its sculptured stalls, altar, roof, and pin- nacles, very exactly tallies with the contemporary criticisms against the wealth of the friars, and may be taken as an illustra- tion of the very words of Wyclif and Langland The itinerary of King John shows that he rarely passed a month in the same place, most frequently he did not even remain there a week.
He does so ” pro amore Dei et pro salute anime nostre. Henry III granted theW farm of the bridge revenues ” to his beloved wife,” who V neglected to maintain it, and appropriated to herself without scruple the rents of the building ; none the less did the king renew his patent at the expiration of the term, that his said beloved might benefit ” from a richer favour.
This drawing and several others that follow it, never adverted to with reference to ” Lazarillo de Tormes,” put the fact beyond a doubt ; they tell in their way the same tale, and they are of the first part of the fourteenth century.
In hope to stonden in his lady grace. The statute of 1 shows how these payments never came ; how also when twenty-five quarters of corn were taken only twenty were reckoned because they were measured by ” the heaped bushel. Pynepreserved in the Vic- toria and Albert Museum 5′ People did what they could to be exempted ; the simplest way was to bribe the purveyor, but the poor could not. They toke hir In, and loggit hem at mydmorrowe, I trowe, Atte ‘ Cheker of the hope,’ that many a man doith knowe.
When the queen died, an abbey for men was founded at the same Stratford, close to the bridges, and the abbess hastened to transfer to the new monastery the property in the mill and the charge of the reparations. The care of seeing that ” repe- men.