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Das sind klar und eingangig geschriebene Interpretationen und Erlauterungen, was auch bei den Abschnitten uber Grimmelshausens Simplicissimus Teutsch und dessen Continuatio der Fall ist.
Corpus Christianorum Continuatio Mediaeualis 41-41A.
Aunque ha sido editada en varias ocasiones (muchas, bien es cierto, como apendice a sendos estudios biograficos sobre rodrigo Diaz de Vivar), en la discusion academica mas reciente se ha conocido a traves de las ediciones criticas de Menendez Pidal (1929) y de emma Falque rey (1990), publicada esta ultima en la prestigiosa coleccion Corpus Christianorum Continuatio Mediaeualis de la editorial brepols, junto a la transcripcion, edicion y estudio del manuscrito I realizados por Jose Manuel Ruiz Asencio e Irene Ruiz Albi (1999).
Iconum et descriptionum piscium Camtschaticorum continuatio tertia tentamen monographiae generis Agoni blochiani sistens.
We will define a transition plan for the organisational structure needed after the expiration of the Task Force's mandate in order to ensure the smooth continuatio
Theoretically, the new rulers of Nablus might have continued a similar practice, but the Continuatio clearly connects the light with the Byzantines when talking about the final destruction of the church, (50) which makes it unlikely that by the eighth century there was still a beacon on the mount.
Continuatio medievalis, 140 (Turnhout: Brepols, 1995), 1:3.
Volume 1: 1327-1330 (London: Public Record Office, 1896), 425, 530-31, the latter being misfiled under December 1329 rather than 1330; see also Adam Murimuth, Continuatio Chronicarum, in Adae Murimuth Continuatio Chronicarum et Robert de Avesbury De Gestis Mirabilibus Regis Edwardi Tertii, ed.
de Lucca, Ptolomeus (1954), De regno continuatio, Textum Taurini.
1-2 (Corpus Christianorum, Continuatio Mediaevalis [hereafter CCCM] 16.
76) Both Rodrigo Jimenez de Rada and Juan of Osma report that the king of Leon was forced to kneel and kiss the hand of his Castilian cousin, a fact which both authors made a centerpiece of the Leonese monarch's resentement: Rodrigo XIMENEZ DE RADA, Historia de Rebus Hispanie sive Historia Gothica (Corpus Christianorum Continuatio Medievalis, LXXII), Juan FERNANDEZ VALVERDE (ed.