The book of decorative furniture, its form, colour history by Foley Edwin

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House of William Maynard: William Hoyland, John Hoyland. Houses of Osmund Molendarius: First House: Hugh le Verrur. Second House: Reginald de Hibernia and seven of his socii. qxd 27/3/06 26 06:42 PM Page 26 History of Universities (A Hugh de Aylesbury is also listed as a tenant of Walter Galle), Walter de Aylesbury, Hugh de Birchmoor, John de Bridesthorn, another John of the same name, Robert Bracy de Stanes, Robert de Sandrig, Lawrence de Eston. Fourth House: John de Glovernia. House of John de Ingeram: John de Cassel, Walter Yreis (his socius) Henry capellanus de Eadwardestone.

126–7; Paris’s account of the cardinal’s reaction is thick with irony. He writes, ‘at hearing which the legate was astounded, and struck with fear, which can overtake even the boldest man’. Reports of the riot also appear in Matthew Paris, Historia Anglorum sive, ut vulgo dicitur, historia minor. Item, ejusdem abbreviatio chronicorum Angliae, ed. Frederic Madden (3 vols, Rolls Series vol. XLIV, London, 1866–9), ii. 407–8; Annales de Theokesberia, in Annales Monasticon, ed. Henry Richards Luard (Rolls Series, Vol.

His private villa, where he held intellectual activities as we read in his seventh letter to Atticus: Please send the things you have got for my Academy as soon as possible. e. 64 Returning to Pontano, though, the following question arises: How can we explain this late appearance of the term ‘academia’ (when referring to Pontano’s circle) in comparison to the much earlier appearance of the term ‘porticus’, or to the earlier appearance of the term ‘academia’ in the other ‘academies’ of the period?

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