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1. Satire - Walter of Châtillon - Oxford Talks

Toggle navigation. Satire - Walter of Châtillon. Abstract not yet added.

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2. Ashmolean Fountain Design Christmas Cards

£6.00. Pack of 10 Christmas cards featuring "Design for a Fountain" by Louis de Chatillon.

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3. Special collections | Trinity College Oxford

John Towne Danson (1817-1898), Francis Chatillon Danson (1855-1926) and Trinity alumnus Lt.-Col.

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4. New Medieval Literatures | Faculty of English

Paratext, Ambiguity, and Interpretive Foreclosure in Manuscripts of Walter of Châtillon’s Alexandreis - David Townsend.

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5. Databases | The Oxford Roman Economy Project

As part of the AHRC-funded first phase of the Oxford Roman Economy Project (2005-2010), a number of large databases were compiled, including databases of the Karanis Tax Rolls, of Roman mines and quarries, of shipwrecks, and of olive oil and wine

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6. Hoard Details 8571

Location details. Centred on field. Find spot comment. The former hamlet Châtillon, at the place called Gaudèle.

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7. New Publication: Revisiting the Codex Buranus | TORCH | The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities

offering texts by some of the most popular authors of its day—Walter of Châtillon, Philip the Chancellor, Walther von der Vogelweide, and others—the majority of the Codex Buranus is

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8. 'Looking Before and After': Cultural Exchange and the Inheritance of Ideas c.1200-c.1700

Chair: tbc. Venetia Bridges, Clare College, Cambridge. 'Inhabiting or Inhibiting? Classical auctores and the poetics of Walter of Chatillon'.

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9. The Holinshed Texts (1587, Volume 6, p. 975)

For during the French admerals being in England, monsieur de Chatillon capteine of Montplaisier began to make a new ba|stilion euen at the verie mouth of the hauen, na|ming ... By that token will him whatsoeuer I haue written to the contrarie, that he

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10. The Holinshed Texts (1587, Volume 6, p. 641)

641). Compare 1577 edition:Thus at this battell of Chatillon, fought the thir|teenth daie of Iulie in this yeare, ended his life Iohn lord Talbot, and of his progenie the ... After this discomfiture diuerse lords fled to Burdeaux, but the earle of

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