He was a favourer of the troubadours, and in his ways of life he indulged in the laxity of Provençal morals to the fullest extent.
The half-serpent Cadmus brought knowledge of mines, agriculture, and the " Cadmean " letters, while Cecrops inculcated laws and ways of life and was the first to establish monogamy.
For instance we can only discover the best ways of life by letting a thousand flowers bloom.
"He is so evidently in love with her," wrote Metternich "that he cannot conceal his feelings, and all his customary ways of life are subordinate to her wishes."
He was a favourer of the troubadours, and in his ways of life he indulged in the laxity of ProvenÃ§al morals to the fullest extent.
Plenty of historians, archaeologists, anthropologists and other social scientists get their start by devouring historical fiction that shares specific information about past events, cultures, and ways of life.
issued an edict, which ordered them to renounce all their Moorish ways of life and to give up their children to be educated by Christian priests.
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