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Fri Mar 21 17:10:48 2014 UTClccn-nr990116340.47Les chroniques d'Angleterre (deel II-III, V) /0.490.53The consolation of philosophy38073821nr 990116346111365Antoine de Bourgogne 1421-1504Antoine, Grand bâ̂tard de BourgogneAntoine, Grand bat̂ard de Bourgogne, 1421-1504Anton Bastard von Burgund 1421-1504Bastard von Burgund 1421-1504Bâtard de BourgogneBâtard de Bourgogne, 1421-1504Bourgogne, Antoine deBourgogne, Antoine de, 1421-1504Bourgoigne, Anthoine de 1421-1504Bourgondie͏̈, Anton van, 1422-1504Burgund, Antoine von 1421-1504Burgund, Anton von 1421-1504Burgundia, Antonius aGrand bâ̂tard, 1421-1504Grand Bâtard de Bourgogne, 1422-1504np-adolphe$de bourgogneAdolphede Bourgognenp-jacquemart pilavaine$atelierJacquemart Pilavaineatelierilunc-eerste stadhouderlijke binderij den haag'Eerste stadhouderlijke binderij', Den Haagbndlccn-nr2003005256EngelbrechtIIgraaf van Nassau-Dillenburg1451-1504np-meester van de weense en kopenhaagse toison dorMeester van de Weense en Kopenhaagse Toison d'Orillnp-oranje nassau, prinsen vanOranje-Nassau, prinsen vanownnc-thol o van en n van daalen auctie 1757Thol, O. van en N. van Daalen (auctie, 1757)ownnc-parijs bibliotheque nationaleParijs, Bibliothèque Nationaleownlccn-n79029805Boethius-524lccn-n83306003WillemVprins van Oranje en Nassau1748-1806Antoinede Bourgogne1422-1504PoetryIntroductionsManuscriptsHistoryPhilosophy and religionHappinessPhilosophy, MedievalDe consolatione philosophiae (Boethius)Alfred,--King of England,PhilosophyChristian lifeConsolationDidactic poetry, English (Old)Boethius,Philosophy, AncientIncunabulaManuscripts, MedievalManuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern)Connecticut--New HavenDialogues, LatinIllumination of books and manuscripts, MedievalManuscripts, FrenchNew York (State)--New YorkEngland--LondonManuscripts, English (Middle)Illinois--UrbanaLatin language--GrammarEnglandManuscripts, LatinCalifornia--BerkeleyTheologyManuscriptsScholiaPhilosophy, ComparativeItalyTrivet, Nicholas,Latin poetryTheodoric,--King of the Ostrogoths,142115041465333100B659.D47211ocn270128080book0.53BoethiusThe consolation of philosophyHistoryPoetryIntroductionsManuscripts"Slavitt, a poet and translator of many works of fiction, poetry, and drama, presents a new translation of this philosophical classic directed at general readers. Written under the threat of Boethius's impending execution, the work comes on the cusp between the classical and medieval worlds. In alternating prose and verse, Boethius spins a dialog concerning the harsh vicissitudes of fortune and the lasting happiness provided by the life of the mind."--[School Library Review]11ocn801392437book0.47Wavrin, Jehan deLes chroniques d'Angleterre (deel II-III, V)11ocn801389423book14650.47Bible moraliséeCCM 1922 nr. 24Fri Mar 21 16:06:38 EDT 2014batch5363