Then he would pass through the land of the Almains
and the great Roman Empire, and so to the country of the Huns and of the Lithuanian pagans, beyond which lies the great city of Constantine and the kingdom of the unclean followers of Mahmoud.
Conciliar thinking and constitutional ideas could not be simply brushed aside as Cajetan, Almain
, Mair, the English sympathizers, Bellarmine, James I, Sarpi, Bossuet, and Gallicanism all reflected the struggles and tensions that were below the surface.
Conciliarism in the Sixteenth Century: Jacques Almain
And dance coach, Maureen Wilkinson, was on hand to guide the pupils through Tudor dances such as Pavan, Galliards and Almain
I especially love the pages from Jacob Halder's Almain
Armourer's Album, a sixteenth-century compendium of armor designs.
But historians of political thought have tended to focus rather more broadly on the role the work ascribes to notions of popular sovereignty in the resistance to tyranny and to situate it accordingly in the tradition of political thinking stemming from such late scholastic constitutionalists as John Mair and Jacques Almain
and taken up later by such sixteenth-century "monarchomachs" as George Buchanan, Jean Boucher, and Williams Rainolds.
The survey of the almain
as a dance form is in support of his proposal that the almains
were 'pre-Playford country dances'.
An inquest was being concluded today at West Bromwich Town Hall in front of Black Country Coroner Robin B almain