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" ... in the camp, and terrible to the foe ! King Richard commanded the van, and kept the foremost guard. The Normans defended the standard, which we do not consider it irrelevant here to describe. It was formed of a long beam, like the mast of a ship ;... "
Chronicles of the Crusades, contemporary narratives of the crusade of ... - Сторінка 226
автори: Richard (of Devizes.) - 1848
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Chronicles of the Crusades: being contemporary narratives of the crusade of ...

Richard (of Devizes), Jean Joinville (sire de), Aḥmad ibn ʻAlī Maqrīzī - 1848 - 562 стор.
...of St. Bartholomew, being Sunday, the army was drawn up, early in the morning, to advance along the sea-coast, in the name of the Lord. Oh ! what fine...plains, lest, by any hostile attack, it should be broken or thrown down ; for if it fell by any accident, the army would be dispersed and put into confusion....
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Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, Том 1

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1854
...following description of the banner or standard of Richard I. may serve to illustrate this passage. • It was formed of a long beam, like the mast of a ship, made of roost solid ceiled work, on four wheels, put together with joints, bound with iron, and to all appearance...
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The crusades and the crusaders

John George Edgar - 1860 - 380 стор.
...battle ; and soon the appearance of white turbans and long pikes, visible through clouds of dust, an* "It was formed of a long beam, like the mast of a ship," says Vinsauf, " made of most solid ceiled work, on four wheels, put together with joints bound with...
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The crusades and the crusaders

John George Edgar - 1860 - 380 стор.
...; and soon the appearance of white turbans and long pikes, visible through clouds of dust, an* "Tt was formed of a long beam, like the mast of a ship," says Vinsauf, " made of most solid ceiled work, on four wheels, put together with joints bound with...
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A History of the Crusades

William Elliot Dutton - 1877 - 256 стор.
...defended the standard, which we do not consider it irrelevant here to describe. It was formed of a Jong beam like the mast of a ship, made of most solid ceiled...body of soldiers were generally appointed to guard it The Duke of Burgundy and the French brought up the rear." Their line of march lay along the coast,...
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Chronicles of the Crusades: Contemporary Narratives of the Crusade of ...

1903 - 562 стор.
...were ! You might there see a chosen company of virtuous and brare youth, whose equals it would hare been difficult to meet with, bright armour and pennons,...appearance no sword or axe could cut, or fire injure it. A clioseu body of soldiers were generally appointed to guard it, especially in a combat on the plains,...
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The Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer: With Poems Formely Printed Withhis ...

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1906
...following description of tb« banner or standard of Richard I. may serve to illustrate this passage. • It was formed of a long beam, like the mast of a ship, made of most •olid celled work, on four wheels, put together with joints, bound with Iron, and to all appearance...
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A Source Book of English History for the use of Schools

...forms ; lances, with gleaming points ; shining helmets, and coats of mail ; an army well disciplined in the camp, and terrible to the foe ! King Richard...cut, or fire injure it. A chosen body of soldiers was generally appointed to guard it, especially in a combat on the plains, lest by any hostile attack,...
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