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Borders and Brethren: Iran and the Challenge of Azerbaijani Identity - Page 18
by Brenda Shaffer - 2002
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The Living Age ..., Volume 173

1887
...of painting, and the results thereof. These two facts are briefly that at a given moment — namely, the end of the thirteenth century and the beginning of the fourteenth — there existed just enough power of imitating nature to admit of the simple indication of a dramatic...
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The Library Magazine, Volume 3

1887
...of painting, and the results thereof. These two facts are briefly that at a given moment — namely, the end of the thirteenth century and the beginning of the fourteenth — there existed just enough power of imitating Nature to admit of the simple indication of a dramatic...
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Rational Building

Eugène-Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc - 1894 - 367 pages
...principles, in short, so well developed by the Romans. The fortifications of the City of Carcassonne, built at the end of the thirteenth century and the beginning of the fourteenth, give us a striking example of this revolution. As we shall have occasion to present in the " Dictionnaire,"...
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A Literary History of the English People from the Renaissance to the Civil ...

Jean Jules Jusserand - 1895
...communication with native servants and young peasants, spoke the idiom of France less and less correctly. From the end of the thirteenth century and the beginning of the fourteenth, they confuse French words that bear a resemblance to each other, and then also commences for them that...
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Renaissance Fancies and Studies

Vernon Lee - 1896 - 258 pages
...painting, and the results thereof. These two facts are briefly : that at a given moment — namely, the end of the thirteenth century and the beginning of the fourteenth — there existed just enough power of imitating nature to admit of the simple indication of a dramatic...
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The Chronicle of the Discovery and Conquest of Guinea, Issue 100

1899
...1148;" but "the passage here in question first occurs in a copy or revision by Hauk Erlandsson, who lived at the end of the thirteenth century and the beginning of the fourteenth." 2 " Prima dedit nautis usum magnetis Amalphis." us to obey you as fully as any one of the other captains,...
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A History of English Literature

Edward Jermyn Mathew - 1901 - 534 pages
...no certain knowledge of its result has ever been obtained. 13. English Books with a Tinge of French. At the end of the thirteenth century and the beginning of the fourteenth some metrical romances were written, in which, though the Anglo-Saxon inflections were largely disregarded,...
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The Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Volumes 3-4

1908
...destroyed by the Mongols in 1221, and Veramin, known especially for its beautiful luster tiles, succeeded at the end of the thirteenth century and the beginning of the fourteenth to the importance of Rhages. Of these very rare pieces of Rhages ware, the Museum has acquired by purchase...
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Messenger

1908
...extremities, is defective. If anyone thinks for a moment that surgery was a neglected •specialty at the end of the thirteenth century and the beginning of the fourteenth century, he should consult the text of this or even Pagel's brief account of its contents. Some of the features...
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The Catholic encyclopedia: an international work of reference on ..., Volume 12

Knights of Columbus. Catholic Truth Committee - 1913
...Parisian astronomers, especially of Jean des Linières and his pupil John of Saxonia or Connaught. At the end of the thirteenth century and the beginning of the fourteenth, sublunary physics owed great advancement to the simultaneous efforts of geometricians and experimenters...
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