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“Yet this exposition of ludicrum novae historiae is not given by Maracci, (Refutat.”
“Breviarium historiae Romanae. manuscript in latin, written in humanistic and semi-Gothic book hands by at least 2 scribes, 29-32 lines, brown and black inks, on vellum (leaves 1-10) and laid paper with basilisk watermark (11-end).”
“Sacrae historiae acta a Raphaele Urbin in Vaticanis xystis ad picturae miraculum expressa.”
“ For a further discussion of the two alliances, and a recently announced third alliance, see three articles by the Norwegian researcher Reidar Visser at www. historiae.org: "After Sadr-Badr Compromise in Iran, the Iraq National Alliance (INA) Is Declared" (August 24, 2009), "Maliki Re-Launches the State of Law List: Beautiful But Is It Powerful Enough?”
“Prague 1981, Prague: Institute of Czechoslovak and General History of CSAS [Series: Acta historiae rerum naturalium necnon technicarum, Special issue 13].”
“Early Mathematical Works, Prague: Institute of Czechoslovak and General History of CSAS [Series: Acta historiae rerum naturalium necnon technicarum, Special issue 12].”
“Adnexurn est specimen sermonis Arabici vulgaris s. initium historiae filii regis Azad – Bacht e Codice inedito.”
“Asser Arthuri; parcerem libenter heroinarum laesae majestati, si non historiae veritas aurem vellicaret, Leland.”
“Nulla machina validior quam lecto lascivae historiae: saepe etiam hujusmodi fabulis ad furorem incenduntur.”
“Parcerem libenter (saith mine  author) Heroinarum laesae majestati, si non historiae veritas aurem vellicaret, I could willingly wink at a fair lady's faults, but that I am bound by the laws of history to tell the truth: against his will, God knows, did he write it, and so do I repeat it.”
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