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From Dawn to Dawn : Troubadour Poetry : Troubadour Poetry

By: Various; Tony Kline, Translator

...venez suz la mar Deep waves that roll, travelling the sea, Gaita be, gaiteta del chastel Keep a watch, watchman there, on the wall, Kalenda maia Calends of May Guillem de Cabestan (1162–1212) Aissi cum selh que baissa·l fuelh Like to him who bends the leaves Lo jorn qu'ie·us vi, dompna, primeiramen, The day I saw you, lady that first time, Anc mais no m·fo sembl...

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Plutarchs Lives Volume Two

By: Hugh Clough

...at his mother was delivered without pain or labor, on the third of the new Calends, the same day on which now the magistrates of Rome pray and sacrifi... ...tween them, he asked him if he designed to be present in the senate on the Calends of March, for it was discoursed, he said, that Caesar’s friends int... ... throughout the army, on the first day of the first month of the year, the Calends, as they call it, of January, Flaccus summoning them to take the us... ...n the sixth day ensuing, the eighteenth, as the Romans call it, before the Calends of February, the mur- der was done. On that day, in the morning, Ga...

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Plutarchs Lives Volume One

By: Hugh Clough

... second month; in it they sac- rifice to Venus, and the women bathe on the calends, or first day of it, with myrtle garlands on their heads. But other... ...hand, Marius was chosen consul the seventh time, and appearing on the very calends of January, the beginning of the year, threw one Sextus Lucinus, fr... ...living for the dead.” He took Athens, according to his own Memoirs, on the calends of March, coinciding pretty nearly with the new moon of Anthesterio...

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Essays of Michel de Montaigne

By: William Carew Hazilitt

... … in 12 Essays: Book the First his thirty-eighth year, on the eve of the Calends of March, his birthday, Michel Montaigne, already weary of court em...

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Travels in England during the Reign of Queen Elizabeth

By: Paul Hentzner

...o Christ and to John His disciple. She died A.D. 1463, on the third of the calends of July. And of Margaret, Countess of Lenox, grandmother of James V...

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The Divine Comedy Volume 2 Purgatory [Purgatorio]

By: Dante Aligheri

...e, and yet dost speak of us even as if thou didst still divide the time by calends?” 3 Thus by one voice was said: whereon my Master said, “Reply, a...

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The Divine Comedy of Dante

By: Alighieri, Dante, 1265-1321

...e dost cleave? And speak’st of us, as thou thyself e’en yet Dividest time by calends?” So one voice Bespake me; whence my master said: “Reply; And ask...

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The Divine Comedy

By: Dante Aligheri

...rough our smoke And art discoursing of us even as though Thou didst by calends still divide the time?” After this manner by a voice was spoken; ...

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The Divine Comedy of Dante

By: H. F. Cary

...e dost cleave? And speak’st of us, as thou thyself e’en yet Dividest time by calends?” So one voice Bespake me; whence my master said: “Reply; And ask...

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