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“Footnote 46: _Hercules Prodicius, seu principis juventutis vita et peregrinatio_, pp. 131-137”
“_Hercules Prodicius, seu principis juventutis vita et peregrinatio_.”
“The latter has been identified by Schepss, Berger, Fritsche, and Künstle with Bachiarius, a Spaniard who left his country, and is fond of speaking of his peregrinatio; he was accused of Priscillianism, and defended his own orthodoxy; but he was a monk, and we do not know that he ever became a bishop.”
“We ought all to travel, he says, — “vita nostra peregrinatio est;” and those who stay at home like snails (_cochlearum instar_) will remain “inhumani, insolentes, superbi,” etc.”
“Quid prosit ista tua longa peregrinatio, etc. Travelling, you know, is a vanity.”
“[Sidenote: Ioannis Mandiuilli peregrinatio, per tres et triginta annos continuata.]”
“Mandiuilli peregrinatio, per tres et triginta annos continuata.]”
“peregrinatio animi causa" of the sixteenth century is not very different from the Wanderlust of the nineteenth, we feel we have come to the end of the particular phase of travel which had its beginning in the”
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