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" The nave may be assigned to the end of the twelfth or beginning of the thirteenth century. The two arcades are not quite alike, but are probably of the same, or nearly the same, date. "
The History of France: Civil and Military, Ecclesiastical, Political ... - Página 337
de Alexander Ranken, Peter Abelard - 1804
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The History of Great Britain, Volume 6

Robert Henry - 1788
...called ftudies^ ties' is well known ; as, the ftudy of Oxford, the ftudy of Paris, See.1 But about the end of the twelfth or beginning of the thirteenth century, the modern name feems generally to have prevailed, either becauie all kinds of learning were taught in...
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Edinburgh Review, Or, Critical Journal, Volume 122

1865
...whether any part of the existing cathedral is of that early date. Its general character is that of the end of the twelfth or beginning of the thirteenth century. The cathedral is remarkable for having its apse built through the walls and projecting beyond them, thus...
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v. 11-12 1485-1547

Robert Henry - 1814
...anciently called Jludies, tiesis well known ; as, the ftudy of Oxford, the ftudy of Paris, &c. * But about the end of the twelfth or beginning of the thirteenth century, the modern name feems generally to have prevailed, either becaufe all kinds of learning were taught in...
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v. 11-12 1485-1547

Robert Henry - 1814
...anciently called Jludies, ties is well known ; as, the ftudy of Oxford, the ftudy of Paris, &c.' But about the end of the twelfth or beginning of the thirteenth century, the modern name feems generally to have prevailed, either becaufe all kinds of learning were taught in...
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A Concise Description of the Endowed Grammar Schools in England ..., Volume 1

Nicholas Carlisle - 1818
...Learning which are now called Universities, were anciently called Studies, is well known. But, about the end of the Twelfth or beginning of the Thirteenth Century, the modern name seems generally to have prevailed, either because all kinds, of learning were taught in...
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B.C. 55-A.D. 1603

1845
...anciently called studies, is well known ; as, the study of Oxford, the study of Paris, &c. But about the end of the twelfth or beginning of the thirteenth century, the modern name seems generally to have prevailed, either because all kinds of learning were taught in...
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Notes and Queries

1878
...sale catalogue of the Didot Library lot 30 was " Beuve d'Anstone," a quarto MS. on vellum, ascribed to the end of the twelfth or beginning of the thirteenth century. The following extract from its description will answer WEST'S second set of questions : — " La chanson...
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Britannia Antiqua: Or, Ancient Britain Brought Within the Limits of ...

Beale Poste - 1857 - 375 páginas
...but the earliest manuscript, that of the Cambridge University library, which now contains it, is of the end of the twelfth, or beginning of the thirteenth century. The dates of various other ancient editions of Ncnnius vary, it appears, on examination, from the year...
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Painting popularly explained, by T.J. Gullick and J. Timbs

Thomas John Gullick, John Timbs - 1859
...editors, Raspe, Mrs. Merrifield, De 1'Escalopier, and Hendrie. They are, however, certainly not later than the end of the twelfth, or beginning of the thirteenth century. The most complete copy of Eraclius is that transcribed, with others, by Jehan le Begue, in 1431, and edited,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Volume 209

Edward Cave, John Nichols - 1860
...be seen, when we come to speak of tho chapel, that the foundation of the house probably dates back to the end of the twelfth or beginning of the thirteenth century, somewhere about the year 1200. (4.) Three esloiles, 2 and 1, and a canton dexter. (5.) A chevron between...
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