Archaeologia Cambrensis: A Record of the Antiquities of Wales and Its Marches and the Journal of the Cambrian Archaeological Association

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W. Pickering, 1903

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Side 82 - For I determined not to know anything among you, save Jesus Christ, and him crucified.
Side 11 - ... bird ; and he descended upon the top of his lair, and strove to snatch away one of the precious things from him, but he carried away nothing but one of his bristles. And the boar rose up angrily and shook himself so that some of his venom fell upon Menw, and he was never well from that day forward. After this Arthur sent an embassy to Odgar, the son of Aedd, King of Ireland, to ask for the Cauldron of Diwrnach Wyddel, his purveyor. And Odgar commanded him to give it. But Diwrnach said, "Heaven...
Side 199 - How is the gold become dim ! how is the most fine gold changed ! the stones of the sanctuary are poured out in the top of every street.
Side 102 - O all ye who pass by, behold and see : Man stole the fruit, but I must climb the tree ; The tree of life to all, but only Me : Was ever grief like Mine? THE SACRIFICE. Lo, here I hang, charged with a world of sin, The greater world o...
Side 83 - Segnius irritant animos demissa per aures, Quam quse sunt oculis subjecta fidelibus.
Side 85 - Item also at that same time was pullyd downe throrrow alle the kynges domynyon in every churche alle Roddes with alle images, and every precher preched in their sermons agayne alle images.
Side 81 - Far be it from me to glory save in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ, through whom the world hath been crucified unto me and I unto the world...
Side 103 - ... retired to a distance howling, notwithstanding all the efforts of the sportsmen to make them seize their prey. Even when the 'huntsman blew his horn, it stuck to his lips. Brochwel heard her story ; and gave to God and her a parcel of lands to be a sanctuary to all that fled there.
Side 105 - ... to defend her, and saw just in time, as it now comes pat in rhyme, a saint of the feminine gender. The saint was buried there, and a figure carved with care, in the churchyard is shown, as being her own; but 'tis used for a whetstone (like...

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