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  • Tartari mulis, equis vescuntur et crudis carnibus, et fruges contemnunt, dicentes, hoc jumentorum pabulum et bonum, non hominum.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Hortulanus non ita exercetur visendis hortis, eques equis, armis, nauta navibus, &c. 5004.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Ad extremum videntes eos mutuis amplexibus implicatos et jamjam ad thalamum ituros; qui non duxerant uxores jurabant uxores se ductoreos; qui autem duxerant conscensis equis et incitatis, ut iisdem fruerentur, domum festinarunt.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • It was (as I said) once well agreeing with reason, and there was an excellent consent and harmony between them, but that is now dissolved, they often jar, reason is overborne by passion: Fertur equis auriga, nec audit currus habenas, as so many wild horses run away with a chariot, and will not be curbed.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Fax sí termina en equis. (periodista e investigación; España) (TT: Fax does end in x) (TA: journalist and investigation; Spain) (Editorial): An article from: Epoca by Jaime Campmany

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  • Tunc portantur et milites in equis, et armis quoque pleni atque parati, qui feruentibus sonipedibus se inuicem cuspidibus ad fragorem magnum configentes lanceas comminuunt, et fragmenta per mensas, et pauimenta discurrunt.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Edouches per Indiam habentur, quod ferarum genus satis est maius nostris communibus equis, geren in fronte tetri capitis tria longa cornua, ad formam pugionis, ex vtraque parte scindentia, vt eis nonnunquam interficiant Elephantes.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Tempore 121. aureos, et sub tali stipendio seruit cum tribus equis et vno Camelo.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Nobilis autem in equis preciosè phaleratis ferunt gladios, ver spatas breues et latas, scindentes pro vno latere, et in capitibus galeas, de corio cocto, non altas, sed ad capitis formara depressas.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Imperatorem non oportet latere, confestim mittuntur per reges aut barones nuncij in dromedarijs aut equis, qui celerrimè festinant ad certa hospitia, ad hoc ipsum, velut ábsque numero per imperium instituta: Isque nuncius hospitio appropinquans, et cornu resonans, dum auditor paratur minicius alter, qui de manu suscipiens literas, per recentem dromedarium festinat ad aliud hospitium, et sic in breui tempore perferuntur rumores ad curia aures.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

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