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" Jovius is, for various reasons, not likely to have been himself at Winchester during the visit of the Emperor in 1522, yet his account is probably correct ; for the Table had certainly been repaired not long before that year ; as we learn from the entry... "
Proceedings at the Annual Meeting ... at Winchester, September 1845 - Seite 63
von Robert Willis (Prof. of Mechanics at Cambridge.) - 1846 - 339 Seiten
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Proceedings at the [2nd] Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of ...

1846 - 43 Seiten
...pene effectum MSS. copies of Hardyng to be able to refer est ut veluti suspecta fide magnam partem for various reasons, not likely to have been himself...writer, who was present at the marriage of Philip and Mary, is the first, that I know of, who describes, or intends to describe, with some minuteness the...
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Report of the Transactions at the Annual Meeting

Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland - 1846
...pene effectum MSS. copies of Hardyng to be able to refer est ut veluti suspecta fide magnam partem for various reasons, not likely to have been himself...writer, who was present at the marriage of Philip and Mary, is the first, that I know of, who describes, or intends to describe, with some minuteness the...
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Sharpe's London Magazine, Band 3

1847
...venerable antiquity of the original worR, as almost to impair its character of genuineness. Jovius is, for various reasons, not likely to have been himself...certainly been repaired not long before that year ; as we learn from the entry in the foreign accounts of Henry VIII., of 661. 16s. lid. for the repair of the...
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Sharpe's London Magazine of Entertainment and Instruction, for ..., Band 3

1847
...venerable antiquity of the original work, as almost to impair its character of genuineness. Jovins is, for various reasons, not likely to have been himself...certainly been repaired not long before that year ; as we learn from the entry in the foreign accounts of Henry VIII., of i'til. 16я. 1Ы. for the repair of...
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Sharpe's London magazine, a journal of entertainment and ..., Bände 3-4

Anna Maria Hall - 1847
...character of genuineness. Jovius is, for various reasons, not likely to have been himself at Win Chester during the visit of the Emperor in 1522, yet his account...certainly been repaired not long before that year; as we learn from the entry in the foreign accounts of Henry VIII, of 661. 16«. llrf. for the repair of the...
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The National Magazine, Band 1

Abel Stevens, James Floy - 1852
...venerable antiquity of the original work, as almost to impair its character of genuineness. Jovius is, for various reasons, not likely to have been himself...certainly been repaired not long before that year, as we learn from the entry in the foreign accounts of Henry VIII. of £66 16i. Ш. for the repair of the...
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The National Magazine, Band 1

Abel Stevens, James Floy - 1852
...almost to impair its character of genuineness. Jovius is. for various reasons, not likely to have bcen himself at Winchester during the visit of the Emperor...certainly been repaired not long before that year, as we learn from the entry in the foreign accounts of Henry VIII. of £66 16.?. Ш. for the repair of the...
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Things not generally known, familiarly explained

John Timbs - 1856 - 247 Seiten
...aula regis infra castrum de Wynchestre et le round tabyll ibidem." Again, the table is referred to by a Spanish writer who was present at the marriage of Philip and Mary, as the Bound Table constructed by Merlin. The Table, as we now see it, consists of a circle,...
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The Mediaeval Tournament

Robert Coltman Clephan - 1995 - 195 Seiten
...table not long before 1578, and that the names of the knights were inscribed on its circumference ; and a Spanish writer, who was present at the marriage of Philip and Mary, thus describes the painting on the table : — " Lors du mariage de Philip II. avec la reine...
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