By Christina Dodd
Unique book: 1993
BOUND by way of THE KING ...
The rfile, signed and sealed by means of King Henry himself, commanded woman Juliana of Lofts to marry Raymond, count number of Avrache.
SHATTERED by way of THE previous ...
She refused, notwithstanding it was once treason to defy one's king. What guy could have her if he knew her secrets?
ONE KNIGHT could campaign FOR HIS LADY'S center ...
Yet Raymond wouldn't be denied. And while he got here for her, she'd research that even the most powerful will can't withstand the softest contact.
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McCarthy, ‘The Emergence of anno domini’, in Time and Eternity, ed. G. Jaritz and G. Moreno-Riaño (Turnhout, 2003), 31–53; M. Mac Carron, ‘Bede, Annus Domini and the Historia ecclesiastica gentis anglorum’, in The Mystery of Christ in the Fathers of the Church: Essays in Honour of D. Vincent Twomey SVD, ed. E. Rutherford and D. Woods (Dublin, Forthcoming). 59 The following analysis draws upon Wallis, Reckoning of Time, lxviii–lxxi and 353–66. Landes, ‘Apocalyptic Expectations’ also provides a thought-provoking survey of the history of Christian chronography.
65 Jerome worked on the project between 383 and 405 CE at the request of Pope Damasus. Browning, Dictionary of the Bible, 390. 66 Wallis, Reckoning of Time, 354–6. The copy that Bede had access to contained further continuations by Prosper and Marcellinus Comes. 67 For Augustine, the world ages were purely theoretical: his interest in the scheme centred upon the multivalent symbolic comparisons that the model facilitated, such as the analogies with the ages of man and the days of the primordial week.
Geburtstag, ed. A. Önnerfors, J. Rathofer and F. Wagner (Darmstadt, 1973), 39–43. 16 Epistola ad Pleguinam, 17, lines 309–10. 17 For example: J. Campbell, ‘Bede’, in Latin Historians, ed. A. Dorey (London, 1966), 159–90, at 177–9. 18 The notion that Plegwine was a monk of Hexham derives from C. Plummer, Venerabilis Baedae Opera Historica (2 vols, Oxford, 1896), I, cxlvi. C. Tristram, Sex aetates mundi: die Weltzeitalter bei den Angelsachsen und den Iren: Untersuchungen und Texte (Heidelberg, 1985), 27.