Historia regum Britanniae (Google eBook)

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E. Anton, 1854 - Celts - 636 pages
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Page xiii - Britannico prsefato sermone invenit, et a Gualtero Oxinefordensi in multis historiis peritissimo viro audivit, vili licet stylo, breviter tamen propalabit, quse prselia inclytus ille rex post victoriam istam, in Britanniam reversus, cum nepote suo commiserit.
Page 378 - They sung how he himself at Badon bore, that day, When at the glorious goal his British scepter lay ; Two daies together how the battel stronglie stood ; Pendragon's worthie son, who waded there in blood, Three hundred Saxons slew with his owne valiant hand.
Page 428 - Glastenig}, qui per mediterraneos Anglos, secus villam quae dicitur Escebtiorne, scrofam suam usque ad Wellis, et a Wellis per inviam et aquosam viam quae Sugewege, id est Scrofae via, dicitur, sequens porcellos suos...
Page 226 - Leir and his three daughters Gonorill, Ragan, and Cordelia, as it hath been divers and sundry times lately acted,
Page xiii - Talia mihi et de talibus multotiens cogitanti obtulit Walterus, Oxenefordensis archidiaconus, vir in oratoria arte atque in exoticis historiis eruditus, quemdam britannici sermonis librum vetustissimum, qui a Bruto, primo rege Britonum, usque ad Cadwalladrum, filium Cadwallonis, actus omnium continue et ex ordine perpulchris orationibus proponebat. Rogatu itaque illius ductus, tametsi infra alienos hortulos phalerata verba non collegerim agresti tamen stylo propriisque calamis contenais, codicem...
Page 420 - ... à ce (digne) fils de son père et de son aieul ! „Quand Owen tua le Porte-brandon, aucun obstacle ne s'offrit: il dormait (l'ennemi). „Elle dormait, la grande armée des Logriens, avec une torche dans les yeux ! „Tous ceux qui ne s'enfuirent point à l'instant furent traités pire que des captifs. „Owen les châtia rudement, comme une hande de loups qui traque des moutons.
Page xxvi - ... qui la appella Bretaigne, jusques au temps de Cadualadrus, dernier roy breton dicelle grande Bretaigne, ensemble tous les autres bretons y estans lors furent contrains de habandonner le pays pour les pestilences de maladie qui y survindrent.
Page 157 - Sed et inclytus ille Arturus rex letalitor vulneratus est, qui illinc ad sananda vulnera sua in insulam Avallonis advectus, cognato suo Constantino, filio Cadoris ducis Cornubiae, diadema Britanniae concessit.
Page xii - Torinneio, eiusdem loci monachum, virum tam divinorum quam secularium librorum inquisitorem et coacervatorem studiosissimum, ibidem conveni. Qui cum de ordine historiae de regibus Anglorum a me editae me interrogaret, et id quod a me quaerebat libens audisset, obtulit mihi librum ad legendum de regibus Britonum, qui ante Anglos nostram insulam tenuerunt.] Quorum excerpta, ut in epistola decet, brevissime scilicet, tibi dilectissime, mitto.
Page 388 - Gwennivar au charmant visage, ne me raille pas ; quoique je sois petit, je vaincrais cent guerriers tout seul. GWENNIVAR. « Jeune homme à l'habit noir et jaune, en considérant bien tes traits, je crois me souvenir de t'avoir déjà vu ailleurs.

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Historia Regum Britanniae - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Historia Regum Britanniae (English: The History of the Kings of Britain) is a pseudohistorical account of British history, written c.1136 by Geoffrey of ...
en.wikipedia.org/ wiki/ Historia_Regum_Britanniae

JSTOR: The "Historia regum Britanniae" of Geoffrey of Monmouth
The "Historia regum Britanniae" of Geoffrey of Monmouth. With con- tributions to the study of its place in early British history by ACTON GRISCOM; ...
links.jstor.org/ sici?sici=0009-837X(193010)25%3A4%3C397%3AT%22RBOG%3E2.0.CO%3B2-C

Caernarvon Castle & Welsh Mythology
In 1136 Geoffrey of Monmouth wrote a book called Historia Regum Britanniae - the History of the King's of Britain. This book detailed the old Kings and ...
www.castles.me.uk/ caernarvon-castle-welsh-mythology.htm

History of the Kings of Britain, or “Historia regum Britanniae ...
discussed in biography, example of literary forgery, historiography, medieval poetic tradition, treatment of Arthurian legend
www.britannica.com/ eb/ topic-267828/ History-of-the-Kings-of-Britain

Geoffrey of Monmouth
Geoffrey of Monmouth a Welsh cleric gives the earliest story of Arthur's life in Historia Regum Britanniae (History of the Kings of Britain) in 1135 AD. ...
www.legendofkingarthur.co.uk/ literature/ geoffrey-monmouth.htm

Rowena, second wife of Vortigern
Rowena is first mentioned by name in Geoffrey of Monmouth’s Historia Regum Britanniae (HRB 6. 12-14), though this version of her name is a fairly modern one ...
www.vortigernstudies.org.uk/ artfam/ rowena.htm

Ille Arturus Rex
Footnote 2 Uther also appears in Geoffrey of Monmouth's Historia Regum Britanniae in his pursuit of Igerna (Igraine) the wife of Duke Gerlois. ...
www.angelfire.com/ ga/ dracodraconis/ pendragon2.html

University of Chicago Press - Notes on Merlin in the "Historia ...
Notes on Merlin in the "Historia regum Britanniae" of Geoffrey of Monmouth. Modern Philology. Search Journal in. This issue, This journal, All journals ...
www.journals.uchicago.edu/ cgi-bin/ resolve?id=doi:10.1086/ 388606

Arthurian Passages from Geoffrey of Monmouth
Arthurian selections from The History of the Kings of Britain by Geoffrey of Monmouth, originally published in 1138
www.lib.rochester.edu/ Camelot/ geofhkb.htm

Caliburn
The name by which the sword of King Arthur, better known as ⇒Excalibur , is spelt in Geoffrey of Monmouth's Historia Regum Britanniae and its derivative ...
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