avec les rois de France (1888); Wurm, Albornoz (1892); Kirsch, Riickkehr der Pdpste Urban V.
Wurm, Cardinal Albornoz (Paderborn, 1892); H.
Worms was known in Roman times as Borbetomagus, which in the Merovingian age became Wormatia, afterwards by popular etymology connected with Wurm, a dragon.
Henriquez had difficult mountainous country to cross before he reached the plain, and both he and Wurm were held up on the Isonzo, where the bridges had been destroyed by the retreating Italians.
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