Mr Bennett, who last week was elected to lead Ukip in the Assembly, ignited further controversy when he described women wearing the veil as "apparitions of premedieval
Here's a dramatic view of premedieval
trading routes that genius 18th century landscaper Capability Brown would have seen when he first had the idea for Broadway Tower.
Soto-Bruna estima que la caracteristica del neoplatonismo chartriano fue la <<coimplicacion entre los grados del conocimiento y los grados de ser>>, nota propia, por otra parte, del neoplatonismo premedieval
(piensese, por ejemplo, en Juan Escoto Eriugena).
"It may be a ceremonial burial ship but it is definitely premedieval
Helmer Glenn Casale ably guides a competent ensemble through these premedieval
castle doings but doesn't muster the active dramatic throughline or onstage personnel to make viable Arthur's claim that his kingdom enjoyed "one brief shining moment" of glory.
[...] A second and very important group consists of historical fictions set in premedieval
According to Suwa, in Japan the premedieval
exorcism gradually developed into the mugen-noh of prayers for the souls of the dead.
It currently seems to be expanding in at least four ways: an examination of premedieval
texts (though not yet modern ones), the consideration of the socio-political dimensions of literary texts, the inclusion of "non-elite" and even "non-literary" texts, and a broadening and pluralizing of the notion of Japanese religion and its place in Asian religious thought.
Given these particular loci - so explaining Dante's singular divergence from classical authority (mostly Vergil), and thus the essential post-classical "originality" of his iconographic contribution - his Geryon will naturally not be so described by Natalis Comes (1551, 1576), for that author was a "scientific" mythographer, and thus he describes (Conti, 205: Mythologiae 7:1) the strictly Vergilian, or premedieval