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" Young Keeldar call'd his hunter train ; — " For doubtful cheer prepare ! 1 Castles, remarkable for size, strength, and antiquity, are, by the common people, commonly attributed to the Picts, or Pechs, who are not supposed to have trusted solely to their... "
Des Gervasius von Tilbury Otia imperialia - Стр. 170
авторы: Gervase (of Tilbury) - 1856 - Страниц: 274
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Des Gervasius von Tilbury Otia Imperialia in einer Auswahl neu herausgegehen ...

Felix Liebrecht - 1856 - Страниц: 274
...Girald. Cambr. Itin. Cambriae l, 11. Zu S. 1095 S. Einmauern. — In der Ballade The cout of Keeldar in W. Scott's Minstrelsy heisst es: „And here beside...monastery, in order to propitiate the spirits of the Boil, who demolished by night what was built during the day." Zu S. 1099. Träume im neuen Hause. —...
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Poems and Ballads

John Leyden, Sir Walter Scott - 1858 - Страниц: 394
...hall, Within his ancient tower." — * Castles, remarkable for size, strength, and antiquity, arc, by the common people, commonly attributed to the Picts,...demolished by night what was built during the day. [Old Robert Beighitt of Otterburn used to relate that a friend of his who was travelling on the Western...
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Poems and ballads

John Leyden, Sir Walter Scott - 1858 - Страниц: 394
...masonry, in constructing these edifices, but are believed to have bathed the foundation-stone with humau blood, in order to propitiate the spirit of the soil....demolished by night what was built during the day. [Old Robert Beighitt of Otterburn used to relate that a friend of his who was travelling on the Western...
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The Early Races of Scotland and Their Monuments, Том 1

Forbes Leslie - 1866
...this is the Gaelic, tradition according to which St. Columba is supposed to have found it necessary to bury St. Oran alive beneath the foundation of his...demolished by night what was built during the day." — Sir Walter Scott's Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border— note to "The Court of Kceldar." See also...
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The Early Races of Scotland and Their Monuments, Том 1

Forbes Leslie - 1866
...Gaelic tradition according to which St. Columba is supposed to have found it necessary to bury St. Orau alive beneath the foundation of his monastery, in...demolished by night what was built during the day."- — Sir Walter Scott's .Vitixtrclsy of tlie Scottish Itonlcf — note tu "The Court of Kei'Mar." Sre...
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Minstrelsy of the Scottish border: ballads, collected by sir W. Scott. Repr ...

1869
...the spirit of the soil. Similar to this is the Gaelic tradition, according to which St. Columba is is supposed to have been forced to bury St. Oran alive,...demolished by night what was built during the day. 1 That no species of magic had any effect over a running stream, was a common opinion among the vulgar,...
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Journal of Psychological Medicine, Том 6

1872
...foundation-stones with human blood ; and legend even tells us that St. Columba found it necessary to bury St. Oram alive beneath the foundation of his monastery, in...demolished by night what was built during the day. So late as 1843, in Germany, when a new bridge was built at Halle, a notion was abroad among the people...
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The Book of Scottish Ballads: A Comprehensive Collection of the Most ...

Alexander Whitelaw - 1875 - Страниц: 576
...Gaelic tradition, according to which St. Columba i« •uppoKjd to пате keen forced to bury Su Oran alive, beneath the foundation of his monastery, in order to propitiate the spirit« of the toil, who deim>)ib«t by night what wat built during the " 'Twas here fer Mangel-ton's...
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The Evil Eye: An Account of this Ancient and Widespread Superstition

Frederick Thomas Elworthy - 1895 - Страниц: 471
...idea was by no means confined to paganism, for we are told that St. Columba 124 found it necessary to bury St. Oran alive beneath the foundation of his...propitiate the spirits of the soil, who demolished at night what had been built during the day. Here in England, throughout the Middle Ages, the common...
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Sir Walter Scott's Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border, Том 4

Thomas Finlayson Henderson - 1902
...his mistress discovered the cloven foot. Since firit the Pictwh race in blood. — St. xxxiii. 1. 3. Castles, remarkable for size, strength, and antiquity,...demolished by night what was built during the day. * common signal for his assassination. Thus, Lindsay of Pitscottie relates in hU History, p. 17, that,...
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