A line drawn diagonally down the centre from the isthmus of Kra to Cape Romania (Ramunya) gives the extreme length at about 750 miles.
Gaston Paris's articles in Romania, vols.
Feilitzen, Upsala and Paris, 1895); Chanqun de Willame (Chiswick Press, 1903), described by P. Meyer in Romania (xxxiii.
Jeanroy, "Etudes sur le cycle de Guillaume au court nez" (in Romania, vols.
Gaston Paris contributed largely to the Histoire litteraire de la France, and with Paul Meyer published Romania, a journal devoted to the study of Romance literature.
While wintering at Napoli di Romania (Nauplia) he died on the 6th of January 1694.
(1217-1273), emperor of Romania, was a younger son of Yolande, sister of Baldwin I.
Her husband, Peter of Courtenay, was third emperor of Romania, and had been followed by his son Robert, on whose death in 1228 the succession passed to Baldwin, a boy of eleven years old.
Mussafia, in Romania (vols.
Gruber in Romania (1873); A.
Paris, in Romania (1875); Otinel, ed .Guessard and Michelant (Anciens poetes, 1859), and Sir Otuel, ed.
See Paget Toynbee, "Some Obligations of Dante to Albertus Magnus" in Romania, xxiv.
8 (1882-1883); P. Meyer in Romania, xiv.
1219), emperor of Romania (or Constantinople), was a son of Peter of Courtenay (d.
Paul Meyer, Romania, xxxii.
408); Quatre livres des rois, translated into French in the 12th century, and imitated in England soon after (P. Schlosser, Die Lautverhliltnisse der quatre livres des rois, Bonn, 1886; Romania, xvii.
Michel, Psautier d'Oxford, pp. 364-368, Bulletin Soc. Anc. Textes, 1886, 57; Romania, xv.
(P. Meyer, Bulletin Soc. Anc. Textes, 1880, p. 7 3 and Romania xxxii, 68); Dialogue de l'eveque Saint Julien et son disciple (Rom.
Gautier de Biblesworth wrote such a treatise et Madame Dyonise de Mountechensi pur aprise de langage (Wright, A Volume of Vocabularies; P. Meyer, Rec. d'anc. textes, p. 3 60 and Romania xxxii, 22); Orthographia gallica (Stiirzinger, Altfr.
'" (Prologue, 223 f.) One of the finest productions of Anglo-Norman lyric poetry written in the end of the 13th century, is the Plainte d'amour (Vising, Goteborg, 1905; Romania xiii.
Adam, which is generally considered to be an Anglo-Norman mystery of the 12th century, was probably written in France at the beginning of the 13th century (Romania xxxii.
Paris in Romania, xiii.
The Venetians were given Crete and several other islands and ports in the Levant, which formed an uninterrupted chain from Venice to the Black Sea, a large part of Constantinople (whence the doge assumed the title of "lord of a quarter and a half of Romania"), and many valuable privileges.
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All the above may be found in the Portugaliae monumenta historica, scriptores, while the Life of St Elizabeth of Portugal is included in the Monarchia lusitana; Romania has printed the following hagiographical texts belonging to the same century - the Vida de Eufrosina, the Vida de Maria Egypcia and the Vida de Sancto Amaro; the Vida de Santo Eloy has appeared in the Instituto and the Vida dos Santos Barlaao e Josafate has been issued by the Lisbon Academy of Sciences.
He had at one time dreamed of destroying the Roman power, of turning Romania into Gothia, and putting Ataulphus in the stead of Augustus; but he had learned that the world could be governed only by the laws of Rome and he had determined to use the Gothic arms for the support of the Roman power.
1205), emperor of Romania, count of Flanders and Hainaut, was one of the most prominent leaders of the fourth crusade, which resulted in the capture of Constantinople, the conquest of the greater part of the East Roman empire, and the foundation of the Latin empire of Romania.
The empire of Romania was organized on feudal principles; the emperor was feudal superior of the princes who received portions of the conquered territory.
1228), emperor of Romania, or Constantinople, was a younger son of the emperor Peter of Courtenay, and was descended from the French king, Louis VI., while his mother Yolande was a sister of Baldwin and Henry of Flanders, the first and second emperors of Constantinople.
RUMANIA, or Roumania [Romania], a kingdom of southeastern Europe, situated to the north-east of the Balkan Peninsula,' and on the Black Sea.
On their meeting in September they at once proceeded to vote with unanimity the union of the two principalities into a single state under princi- the name of Romania (Rumania), to be governed by a foreign prince elected from one of the reigning dynasties of Europe, and having a single representative assembly.
Lot's "Etudes sur la provenance du cycle arthurien," Romania, vols.