The Holy Roman Empire

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Macmillan, 1904 - 575 pages
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Page 114 - He shall judge the poor of the people, He shall save the children of the needy, And shall break in pieces the oppressor. 5 They shall fear thee as long as the sun and moon endure, Throughout all generations.
Page 282 - Maximus ille es, unus qui nobis cunctando restituis rem. excudent alii spirantia mollius aera (credo equidem), vivos ducent de marmore vultus, orabunt causas melius, caelique meatus describent radio et surgentia sidera dicent : 850 tu regere imperio populos, Romane, memento (hae tibi erunt artes), pacisque imponere morem, parcere subiectis et debellare superbos.
Page 403 - With unexpected legions bursts away, And sees defenceless realms receive his sway: Short sway ! fair Austria spreads her mournful charms, The queen, the beauty, sets the world, in arms...
Page 519 - Duo quippe sunt, imperator auguste, quibus principaliter mundus hic regitur: auctoritas sacrata pontificum et regalis potestas. In quibus tanto gravius est pondus sacerdotum, quanto etiam pro ipsis regibus hominum in divino reddituri sunt examine rationem.
Page 244 - Krönungsmahle. Die Speisen trug der Pfalzgraf des Rheins, es schenkte der Böhme des perlenden Weins, und alle die Wähler, die sieben, wie der Sterne Chor um die Sonne sich stellt, umstanden geschäftig den Herrscher der Welt, die Würde des Amtes zu üben.
Page 181 - Emperor lies amid his knights in an enchanted sleep, waiting the hour when the ravens shall cease to hover round the peak, and the pear-tree blossom in the valley, to descend with his Crusaders and bring back to Germany the golden age of peace and strength and unity.
Page 9 - Britannos. haec est in gremium victos quae sola recepit humanumque genus communi nomine fovit matris non dominae ritu, civesque vocavit quos domuit, nexuque pio longinqua revinxit.
Page 280 - Ghibelines fought, as well as of the spirit in which the Middle Age was accustomed to handle such subjects. Weary of the endless strife of princes and cities, of the factions within every city against each other, seeing municipal freedom, the only mitigation of turbulence, vanish with the rise of domestic tyrants, Dante raises a passionate cry for some power to...
Page 403 - His foes' derision, and his subjects' blame, And steals to death from anguish and from shame.
Page 19 - Romano nomine Romanum omne solum Gothorum imperium et faceret et vocaret essetque, ut vulgariter loquar, Gothia, quod Romania fuisset...

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