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" Germany at the end of the Middle Ages. We leave out of our consideration those territories which at the end of the fourteenth and the beginning of the fifteenth century... "
Catalogue of the Hebrew and Samaritan Manuscripts in the British Museum - Page 577
by British Museum. Department of Oriental Printed Books and Manuscripts - 1915
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A History of the Churches in England and Scotland: From the ..., Volume 1

James Murray - England - 1771 - 520 pages
...a fecular prince, who was pofleffed of more riches and dominion than mofl of chriftian princes. -In the end of the fourteenth, and the beginning of the fifteenth century, learning began to reviveMen began to read the Roman aad -Greek claffics, from which fources they found...
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Introduction to the New Testament, Volume 3, Part 2

Johann David Michaelis - Bible - 1801 - 430 pages
...L?tinitatis, Tom. IV. p. 847. 10. Jean Charlier de Gerfou was chancellor of the univerfity of Paris at the end of the fourteenth and the beginning of the fifteenth century. When, or where, his MonotefTaron was firft printed I know not : but all his works were publiftied at...
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The History of Various Modern African Nations

William Fordyce Mavor - Africa - 1808 - 402 pages
...was kept, above three years; and, at length, was ransoned with the sums furnished by his family. Ai the end of the fourteenth and the beginning of the fifteenth century, the grand-masters were frequently obliged to quit Rhodes, and to appear at the court of the popes,...
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Archives of Useful Knowledge, Volume 1

1811 - 434 pages
...with whom they entered into negociations. The most flourishing period of the Hanseatic league was, at the end of the fourteenth) and the beginning of the fifteenth century. It then presumed to declare and to carry on offensive and defensive wars with the sovereigns of Europe,...
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The New Pocket Cyclopędia: Or, Elements of Useful Knowledge, Methodically ...

John Millard - Handbooks, vade-mecums, etc - 1813 - 704 pages
...block for each page. The Italians, Germans, Flemings, and Dutch, began to engrave on wood and copper, at the end of the fourteenth, and the beginning of the fifteenth, century. The inscriptions in relief upon monuments and altars, in the cloisters, and over church porches, served...
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A Treatise on the Church of Christ: Designed Chiefly for the Use ..., Volume 2

William Palmer - Church - 1841 - 572 pages
...bound to obedience. It remained to acquire a similar power over bishops ; and this was effected in the end of the fourteenth and the beginning of the fifteenth century, when the pontiffs obtained, by means of reservations, the power of appointing to all bishoprics, or...
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The End of Religious Controversy: In a Friendly Correspondence Between a ...

John Milner - Church controversies - 1843 - 382 pages
...that there have been rival Popes and unhappy schisms in the church, particularly one great schism, at the end of the fourteenth and the beginning of the fifteenth century : still the true Pope was always clearly discernible at the times we are speaking of, and in the end...
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M'Gavin on 'the end of controversy': strictures on dr. Milner's work ...

William M'Gavin - 1843 - 448 pages
...also that there have been rival popes and unhappy schisms in the church, particularly one great schism at the end of the fourteenth and the beginning of the fifteenth century : still the true pope was always clearly discernible at the times we are speaking of, and in the end...
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The End of Religious Controversy, in a Friendly Correspondence Between a ...

John Milner - 1846 - 338 pages
...that there have been rival popes and unhappy schisms in the church, particularly one "great schism, at the end of the fourteenth and the beginning of the fifteenth century ; still the true pope was always clearly discernible at the times we are speaking of, and in the end...
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A Hand-book of the History of Painting

Franz Kugler - Painting - 1846 - 444 pages
...more : noble character pervades the art of that time, and the German style reached its highest point at the end of the fourteenth and the beginning of the fifteenth century. 1 § IX. It is in France, and particularly in the northern parts, that the real development of the...
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