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Wace

(weɪs)
n
(Biography) Robert. born ?1100, Anglo-Norman poet; author of the Roman de Brut and Roman de Rou

Wace

(wɑs, weɪs)

n.
Robert ( “Wace of Jersey” ), c1100–c1180, Anglo-Norman poet.
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This poem was founded upon Geoffrey's history and tells much the same story, to which Wace has added something of his own.
He, too, was a priest, and, like Wace, he wrote in verse.
Layamon took Wace's book for a foundation, but he added a great deal to it, and there are many stories in Layamon not to be found in Wace.
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In this connection, Wace's work--together with Geoffrey's History of the Britons and two contemporary romances, the [anonimous] Le Roman d'Eneas (The Romance of Aeneas) and Le Roman de Troie (The Romance of Troy) by Benoit de Sainte-Maure, who was, just as Wace, creating his works at the court of Henry II of England (Plantagenet) and who succeeded Wace in his capacity as royal historiographer--became "inscribed into the new and modern perspective, according to which the French-speaking world of the 12th century had inherited the culture and the political authority of the Graeco-Roman world that moved from the east to the west" (La geste du roi Arthur 8); this is what Chretien de Troyes would be writing about in the famous fragment from the prologue to his poem Cliges:
The Wace poem, though not contemporary to the play, was translated directly from the Latin sources and was influential on later poets, as already noted.
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Disease assessments for control plots were done from four WACE through to physiological crop maturity.
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Smartphone apps that deliver everything from sacred Christmas and Easter music to reminders to attend worship to scriptures for meditation can be potent tools for spiritual growth, but such technology also has the potential to diminish worship and fellowship with other believers, according to Douglas Henry, associate professor of philosophy at Baylor University, Wace, Texas.
The table was first described in 1155 by Wace, who relied on previous depictions of Arthur's fabulous retinue.