2 edition of Protheselaus found in the catalog.
Hue de Rotelande
|Statement||by Hue de Rotelande ; edited by A.J. Holden. Vol.3, Introduction, notes and glossary.|
|Series||Anglo-Norman texts -- 49|
|Contributions||Holden, A. J., Anglo-Norman Text Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||135|
Hugo de Rothelande, Anglonormannice Hue de Rothelande, fuit poëta Anglo- sive Cambro-Normannicus qui saeculo XII exeunte floruit, patrono Gilberto Baderon filio, domino Monemutensi, et in vico Credenhill comitatus Herefordiensis habitavit (A Credehulle a ma meisun: Ipomedon v. ). Origo eius ambiguitur. Quidam enim cognomen eius toponymicum in "Rutland" Angliae orientalis accommodant. Protesilaus (prō'tĕsĭlā`əs), in Greek mythology, Thessalian prince who was killed in the Trojan War.A prophecy foretold that the first man who touched Trojan soil would be the first to die. When the Greek ships arrived at Troy, Protesilaus leaped ashore and was immediately killed.
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by Holden. Cf. Christopher Brooke’s ebook that ‘ e De nugis, so ebook as we know, circulated not at all in the Middle Ages. Even Gerald of Wales, who tells some of the stories contained in it, and knew its author, betrays no knowledge of it; and it has not.