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It is singular enough that the family and country of so illustrious a person should
be unknown ; but Muratori reasonably conjectures that he was an Italian , and
perhaps of the race of the marquises of Montferrat in Piedmont ( Script . tom . v . p
It was proposed by Arnold to revive and discriminate the equestrian order ; but 81
In the panegyric of Berengarius ( Muratori , Script . Rer . Ital . tom . ii . pars i . p .
408 ) a Roman is mentioned as “ consulis natus ” in the beginning of the tenth ...
Muratori ( Dissert . xlii . tom . iii . ) observes that the first Ursini pontificate of
Celestin III . was unknown : he is inclined to read “ Ursi progenies . ” 106 « Filii
Ursi , quondam Celestini papæ nepotes , de bonis ecclesiæ Romanæ ditati ” . (
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Band 1
Eingeschränkte Leseprobe - 1995