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  • While the shorter reports may only use the term pueri, the lengthier accounts indicate that the participants were thought to be children, as is demonstrated by such qualifying remarks as "from six years of age and older," by references to other age groups in contrast to the pueri,8 or by allusions to minors 'need for parental permission.

    A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

  • For now, the term pueri could be translated as simply "boys" or as the more potentially inclusive "children."

    A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

  • While nineteenth-century historiography accepted and sentimentalized the idea of the crusaders as children, scholarship from the middle of the twentieth century argued instead that the term pueri, the most common term used to describe the participants, should be understood as "peasants" rather than "children."

    A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

  • The twelve 'pueri' had been our guests at dinner, and were in the garden singing merry rounds well known to us, and I joined in, with Ann and

    Margery — Complete

  • She could not dissemble her anger, and when my eldest brother waited on Ann on her name day with the 'pueri' to give her a 'serenata' on the water, whereas, a year agone, he had done

    Complete Project Gutenberg Georg Ebers Works

  • The twelve 'pueri' had been our guests at dinner, and were in the garden singing merry rounds well known to us, and I joined in, with Ann and

    Complete Project Gutenberg Georg Ebers Works

  • The twelve 'pueri' had been our guests at dinner, and were in the garden singing merry rounds well known to us, and I joined in, with Ann and

    Margery — Volume 01

  • Exactly how many of the participants were young children is not clear becausec hroniclers used the medieval Latin word '' pueri '', which can mean either children or simply "boys" in the sense of younger persons or servants of any age.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Exactly how many of the participants were young children is not clear chroniclers used the medieval Latin word '' pueri '', which can mean either children or simply

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • She could not dissemble her anger, and when my eldest brother waited on Ann on her name day with the 'pueri' to give her a 'serenata' on the water, whereas, a year agone, he had done Ursula the like honor, she fell upon my friend in our garden with such fierce and cruel words that my cousin had to come betwixt them, and then to temper my great wrath by saying that Ursula was a motherless child, whose hasty ways had never been bridled by a loving hand.

    Margery — Complete

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