4; the rather remote possibility that the variant stanzas in the B text, especially that for November, antedate
in some form the apparent historical allusion to the birth of Prince Arthur in 1486; (42) and the likelihood that the stanzas for July and November in the C text represent an early stratum in a composite version.
49] Since it ostensibly antedates
the doubling impulse generated by present-day corruption, the idyllic universe d'Urfe claims to forge would exclude the semantic fragmentation illustrated by the divergent kinds of amour parfaite he describes.
The Regulae or Rules presumably antedate
the precise formulation of these arguments; they show, nonetheless, that he had already worked out some of their elements.
62 Pliny the Elder's Natural History was put into volgare by Cristoforo Landino and reprinted several times; the Venice editions of 1476, 1489, 1501, 1516, and 1534, for example, all antedate
the publication of the Pirotecnia in 1540.
7) Whether the myeloid sarcoma antedates
leukemia, the gender or age of the patient and the localization of myeloid sarcoma did not have prognostic significance.
The first, which antedates
AIDS, saw the migration of many homosexuals away from their homeland in a hopeful search for communities of sexual affinity.
In the York records, which are far from providing a complete picture, however, the first mention of the play antedates
that of the procession, if only by a year.
The first of these, in fact, antedates
the earliest entry in Polzonetti's "core repertory:" (p.
This question of definitions antedates
the rivalries of Doha, Abu Dhabi and Dubai.
This would then mean that the preincarnate Logos would lead people to the knowledge of God, a revelatory activity that antedates
The publication antedates
technological, cultural, societal and environmental trends by being an open, free, collaborative, freely accessible newspaper that is controlled by journalists and has no printed editions.
The period he treats, the 8th and 9th century, antedates
the Conversion in the northern lands around the Baltic Sea by some centuries; however, similar criteria in the choice of locating Christian places of worship in coastal areas seems to be relevant also here.