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The frequency of Wycliffite appeals to ‘God's law’ was noted by at least one contemporary, and it is a characteristic of their polemic that God's law is contrasted with other kinds of inferior ‘law’, which they dismissed as a human invention, summed up as ‘man's law’. 9 In Pearl, too, albeit not with polemical intention, God's law Cited by: 1. G. E. Cokayne, The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom, ed. V. Gibbs et al., 13 vols (London, –59) Chronicon Galfridi le Baker de Swynebroke, ed. E. M. Thompson (Oxford, ) R. M. Haines, King Edward II: Edward of Caernarfon, His Life, His Reign, and its Aftermath, – (Montreal.
J. Fred. Hodgetts, Older England, illustrated by the Anglo- Saxon antiquities in the British Museum, in a course of six lectures. 8°. xv, p.— Derselbe, Older England [etc., wie oben] lectures (to which is added - - a paper - - The myth of the  week [= Jl. Brit. archl. assoc. 3 I ]); II Ser. 8°. xyj p. — Derselbe, The English in the M. A. from the Norman Autor: Felix Liebermann. A. Gilmour-Bryson, ed., Computer Applications to Medieval Studies (): includes a survey (pp), by the editor, of applications since [BE18]. J. Hamesse, ed., Mthodologies informatiques et nouveaux horizons dans les recherches mdivales: Actes du colloque international de Saint-Paul-de-Vence, 35 septembre () [BE19]. J.5/5(2).
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