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" Asia, while former adventurers returned home and imported many of the customs to which they had been familiarized by a long residence abroad. Accordingly, we discover, soon after the commencement of the Crusades, greater splendour in the courts of princes,... "
The History of the Reign of the Emperor Charles V: With a View of the ... - Side 18
av William Robertson - 1836 - 643 sider
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The Crusades

1799 - 192 sider
...taste. -i*. pleasure and amusements, together with, a more rornantic spirit of enterprise spj?eaeling gradually over Europe,;, and to these wild expeditions,...effect of superstition or folly, we owe the first gleam of light which tended to dispel barbarity and^ignorance. * 3. emancipation of mind. The relaxation,...
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The History of the Reign of the Emperor Charles V.: With a View of the ...

William Robertson - 1809
...splendour in the courts of princes, greater pomp in public ceremonies, a more refined taste in pleasure and amusements, together with a more romantic spirit...Europe ; and to these wild expeditions, the effect of super- ' stition or folly, we owe the first gleams of light which tended to dispel barbarism and ignorance....
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The historical works of William Robertson, with an account of his life and ...

William Robertson - 1813
...splendour in the courts of princes, greater pomp in public ceremonies, a more refined taste in pleasure and amusements, together with a more romantic spirit...these beneficial consequences of the crusades took Their mplace slowly ; their influence upon the state of proix-iiy, fl"cnra on i * .1 r • .u I-/T...
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The Historical Works of William Robertson: With an Account of His ..., Volum 5

William Robertson - 1813
...splendour in the courts of princes, greater pomp in public ceremonies, a more refined taste in pleasure and amusements, together with a more romantic spirit...But these beneficial consequences of the crusades tookTh(.. . place slowly ; their influence upon the state of property, fluence on and consequently...
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The Historical Works of William Robertson: With an Account of His ..., Volum 5

William Robertson - 1813
...courts of princes, greater pomp in public ceremonies, a more refined taste in pleasure and -amusement.,, together with a more romantic spirit of enterprise,...But these beneficial consequences of the crusades tookThri h_ place slowly ; their influence upon the state of property, fluence on and consequently...
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The Works of William Robertson ...: History of the reign of the Emperor ...

William Robertson - 1817
...splendour in the courts of Princes, greater pomp in public ceremonies, a more refined taste in pleasure and amusements, together with a more romantic spirit...light which tended to dispel barbarism and ignorance. \ Their in- BUT these beneficial consequences of the Cruthestatc'of sades took place slowly ; their...
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The history of the reign of the emperor Charles v

William Robertson - 1819
...splendour in the courts of Princes, greater pomp in public ceremonies, a more refined taste in pleasure and amusements, together with a more romantic spirit...light which tended to dispel barbarism and ignorance. Their in. But these beneficial consequences of the Crutestate of sades took place slowly; their influence...
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Universal History Americanised: Or, An Historical View of the World ..., Volum 3

David Ramsay - 1819
...which they had been familiarized, by a long residence abroad. To these wild expeditions, the effects of superstition or folly, we owe the first gleams of light which tended to dispel barbarity and ignorance. Their influence upon the state of property, and consequently of power, in...
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The Edinburgh monthly review, Volum 4

1820
...to behold their various customs and institutions, without acquiring information and improvement. — Accordingly, we discover, soon after the commencement...spreading gradually over Europe ; and to these wild expeditious, the effect of superstition or of folly, we owe the first gleams of lijjht which tended...
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The Eclectic Review, Volum 13;Volum 31

William Hendry Stowell - 1820
...splendour in the courts of princes, greater pomp in public ceremonies, a more refined taste in pleasure and amusements, together with a more romantic spirit...light which tended to dispel barbarism and ignorance.* Their influence on the state of property, and their commercial effects, are also instanced as importantly...
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