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346 ページ - to the mound, to sit there. And do thou," said he to the page who tended his horse, " saddle my horse well, and hasten with him to the road, and bring also my spurs with thee." And the youth did thus. And they went and sat upon the mound; and ere they had been there but a short time, they beheld the lady coming by the same road, and in the same manner, and at the same pace. "Young man," said Pwyll, "I see the lady coming; give me my horse.
241 ページ - It will be easy for me to compass this, although thou mayest think it will not be easy.
219 ページ - And in the youth's hand were two spears of silver, sharp, well-tempered, headed with steel, three ells in length, of an edge to wound the wind and cause blood to flow, and swifter than the fall of the dewdrop from the blade of reed-grass upon the earth when the de-w of June is at the heaviest.
100 ページ - Welcome unto thee, chieftain," said Arthur. "With me thou shalt remain; and had I known thy valour had been such, thou shouldst not have left me as thou didst; nevertheless, this was predicted of thee by the dwarf and the dwarfess, whom Kai ill-treated and whom thou hast avenged.
482 ページ - I have been with my Lord in the manger of the ass ; I strengthened Moses through the water of Jordan ; I have been in the firmament with Mary Magdalene ; I have obtained the muse from the cauldron of Ceridwen ; I have been bard of the harp to Lleon of Lochlin.
63 ページ - And in his hond a brod mirrour of glas ; Upon his thombe he had of gold a ring, And by his side a naked sword hanging ; And up he rideth to the highe bord. In all the halle rie was ther spoke a word, For mervaille of this knight ; him to behold Full besily they waiten, young and old.
14 ページ - And Owain rose up, and clothed himself, and opened a window of the chamber, and looked towards the castle; and he could see neither the bounds nor the extent of the hosts that filled the streets. And they were fully armed; and a vast number of women were with them, both on horseback and on foot, and all the ecclesiastics in the city singing.
332 ページ - Gwevyl, the son of Gwestad (on the day that he was sad, he would let one of his lips drop below his waist, while he turned up the other like a cap upon his head...
168 ページ - ... there was a river before them, and the horses bent down and drank the water. And they went up out of the river by a lofty steep; and there they met a slender stripling, with a satchel about his neck, and they saw that there was something in the satchel, but they knew not what it was. And he had a small blue pitcher in his hand, and a bowl on the mouth of the pitcher.