In the ninth century it is supposed to have been carried away by the barbarians, and it reappears, after the conversion of the northern Goths, in the possession of the royal family of Gothland
Maes concentrates on four of Grabbe's plays: Herzog Theodor von Gothland
and Napoleon oder die Hundert Tage from his earlier years, followed by Hannibal and Die Hermannsschlacht from the later ones.
, Glasgow Bulletin, 14 November 1938, clipping in HH16/212, file 4139, SNA.
All For The Cause 7g Gothland
- Hurricane Hattie D Neale 524-242 RPR 125c 110h The owner sent me him from George Moore's.
25) In 1806 Gustav IV, King of Sweden (or, as he was properly known, of the Swedes, Goths and Vends) offered the dispossessed Order Gothland
Racing also takes place at Huntingdon, where King of Gothland
is fancied to build on his recent good form by winning the Racing UK Novices' Handicap Chase.
KING OF GOTHLAND
has adjusted well since stepping up to fences and can continue his positive start to the season at Huntingdon today.
Sweden was also apprehensive that as a counterattack, Germany might occupy the island of Gothland
In September 1996, the library of the city of Linkoping, the county town of East Gothland
, burnt down.
I thought of Beowulf lying wrapped in a blanket among his platoon of drunken thanes in the Gothland
billet; Judith going for a 'promenade' to Holofernes' staff-tent; and 'Brunanburgh' with its bayonet-and-cosh fighting - all this came far closer to most of us than the drawing-room and deer-park atmosphere of the eighteenth century.
Examples include such towns as "Wisby on the Swedish island of Gothland
and Ormuz on its island at the head of the Persian gulf.
The champion amateur went on to complete a double on Have Your Say, whose 11-length win in the bumper was an "in-house" success for his Broadway, County Wexford-based trainer and owner James Devereux, who stands the seven-year-old's sire, Gothland
, and bred the winner from his mare, Wondering Lady.