Kritische Vorarbeiten zur Geschichte der Russen, 1. und 2. buch, 1. köide

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Universitáts-Buchhandlung, 1814 - 349 pages

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Page 127 - Misit etiam cum eis quosdam qui se, id est gentem suam, Rhos vocari dicebant, quos rex illorum, Chacanus vocabulo, ad se amicitiae, sicut asserebant, causa direxerat, petens per memoratam epistolam, quatenus benignitate imperatoris redeundi facultatem atque auxilium per imperium suum totum habere possent, quoniam itinera per quae ad ilium Constantinopolim veneiant, inter barbaras et nimiae feritatis gentes immanissimas habuerant, quibus eos, ne forte periculum inciderent, redire noluit.
Page 332 - Bemerkungen auf einer Reise in die südlichen Statthalterschaften des Russischen Reichs in den Jahren 1793 und 1794.
Page 127 - Misit etiam (Theophilus) cum eis quosdam, qui se, id est gentem suam, Rhos vocari dicebant. Quos rex illorum, Chacanus vocabulo, ad se amicitiae, sicut asserebant, causa direxerat.
Page 28 - L1cinium arma tulere , eumque devictum et in Thessalonica clausum , privatum imperio , Constantini victoris gladio trucidarunt. Nam et dum famosissimam et Romae aemulam in suo nomine conderet civitatem , Gpthorum interfuit operatio , qui fœdere inito cum imperatore, quadraginta suorum millia illi in solatia contra gentes varias obtulere.
Page 128 - Theophilo per memoratos legates sues atque epistolam intimare non distulit, et quod eos illius amore libenter susceperit ; ac si fideles invenirentur, et facultas absque illorum periculo in patriam remeandi daretur, cum auxilio remittendos ; sin alias, una cum missis nostris ad ejus praesentiam dirigendos, ut, quid de talibus fieri deberet, ipse decernendo efficeret.
Page 24 - Qui sunt in captivitate apud eos , non omni tempore , » ut apud gentes alias , in servitute tenentur, sed certum » eis definitur tempus , in arbitrio eorum relinquendo , si » oblato mercede velint dein reverti ad suos , aut manere
Page 191 - ... not a single dirhem. And I have heard from persons worthy of belief, that a certain young man used to sit in a little shop at the public market-place, selling petty articles ; and that the people used to say, " When the present Khacan shall have departed, this man will succeed to the throne.
Page 191 - Khozr dies, whoever passes near his tomb must go on foot, and pay his respects at the grave ; and when he is departing, must not mount on horseback, as long as the tomb is within view... So absolute is the authority of this sovereign, and so implicitly are his commands obeyed, that if it seemed expedient to him that one of his nobles should die, and if he said to him, " Go and kill yourself," the man would immediately go to his house, and kill himself accordingly.
Page 112 - Borchrauius, dux et nogardienses discreciores osculabunlur crucem, sicut moris est, in signum pacis et fedus concordie et amoris. Cum hospites in regno nogardiensium et sub eorundem pace et protectione sunt, si res eorum furto subtracte fuerint, et summa furti sit infra dimidiam marcam kvnen, reus se red im ere poterit cum II.
Page 203 - Khozr does not produce, such as tapestry or curtains, honey, candles, and similar articles. The people of Khozr have not materials for making garments or clothes : they therefore import them from Gurkan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Roum. Their king is styled the Khacan of Khozr. " When a prince is to be raised to the Khacanship, they bring him forth, and tie a piece of silk about his throat, so tight that he can scarcely draw his breath. At that moment they ask him, how long he will hold the sovereignty...

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