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Chapter 24 - Residence of Julian at Antioch — His successful Expedition against the Persians — Passage of the Tigris — The Retreat and Death of Julian — Election of Jovian

Music Timestamps

0:00 - 1201 – Raimbaut de Vaqueiras (French) - Ara pot hom conoisser e proar
3:29 - 1204–05 – Raimbaut de Vaqueiras (French) - No·m agrad' iverns ni pascors
8:04 - 1220 - Pérotin (French) - Beata Viscera
14:05 - 1235 - Moniot d'Arras (French) - Ce fut en mai
16:38 - 1235–39 – Theobald I of Navarre (French) - Seignor, sachiés, qui or ne s’en ira (chanson de croisade)
21:06 - 1239 – Theobald I of Navarre (French) - Au tens plain de felonie (chanson de croisade)
23:22 - 1250 - 1280 - Anonymous (French origin) - Diex! je n'i os aler - From the Montpelliar Codex
24:19 - 1250 - 1280 - Anonymous (French origin) - Pucelete bele et avenant - From the Montpellier Codex
25:00 - 1250 -1280 - Anonymous (French origin) - Plus bele que flor est - From the Montpellier Codex
28:45 - 1250-1280 - Anonymous (French origin) - S'on e regarde - The Montpellier Codex was assembled in the years 1280-1300, is the largest single collection of polyphonic music prior to the Renaissance


1205 - (French) - The Legend of the Seven Sleepers of Ephesus - Tells of seven brothers condemned to death because of their Christian faith. They took refuge in a cave, where they fell into a sleep that lasted several centuries. When the cave was inadvertently opened, the brothers were awakened, and the miracle was recognized by the local bishop. In this panel, one of eleven from the lost window, the Christian emperor Theodosius with two companions rides to Ephesus to see the brothers.

1215 - (anonymous French architect, "The Master of Chartres") The west rose window at Chartres Cathedral

1220-1230 - (anonymous French architect, "The Master of Chartres") - Jamb statues at Chartres Cathedral - From the Porch of the Confessors in Chartres Cathedral - The canons (priests) started their religious services in the building as early as 1220

1221-1230 - (anonymous French architect, "The Master of Chartres") - South transept window at Chartres Cathedral

1225 - Nicholas of Verdun (French) - Shrine of the Three Kings - King David, missing his harp

1225 - Nicholas of Verdun (French) - Shrine of the Three Kings - King Solomon flanked by prophets and patriarchs. The round medallions on the roof contained at one time scenes from the life of Christ.

1225 - Nicholas of Verdun (French) - Shrine of the Three Kings - St John the apostle, holding a model church or city. Busts of virtues decorate the spaces between the arches.

1225 - Nicholas of Verdun (French) - Shrine of the Three Kings - The Crucifixion

1225 - Nicholas of Verdun (French) - Shrine of the Three Kings - The Epiphany. Enamel, filigree, precious stones, pearls and even roman cameos adorn the gilded scenes.

1225 - Nicholas of Verdun (French) - Shrine of the Three Kings - The facade with the open panel, revealing the relics of the Three Kings.

1225 - Nicholas of Verdun (French) - Shrine of the Three Kings - The prophet Joachim on the lower tier

1225 - Nicholas of Verdun (French) - Shrine of the Three Kings at Cologne Cathedral in Germany

1225-1229 - (anonymous) - Bamberg Horseman carved at Bamberg Cathedral in Germany

1229 - Catalan School (Spanish) completes James I the Conqueror Besieging Palma, Majorca

1229 - Herman the Recluse (Czech) - The Codex Gigas - Opening with the portrait of the devil - Legend states that, as a resident of the Benedictine Monastery of Podlazice, Herman the Recluse was condemned to be walled up alive and starved to death. However, in a plea for his life, he convinced the Abbot to let him live if he could create a book that encapsulated all earthly knowledge in one night. Herman wrote until midnight, upon which he realized he could not finish his masterpiece and sold his soul to a devil in exchange for the ability to finish the Codex Gigas.

1229 - Herman the Recluse (Czech) - The Codex Gigas - A closer look at the portrai of the devil

1229 - Herman the Recluse (Czech) - The Codex Gigas - Illuminated initial at the start of the Wisdom of Solomon

1235 - Bonaventura Berlinghieri (Italian) - Saint Francis of Assisi - Pope Gregory IX canonized Francis on 16 July 1228. Along with Catherine of Siena, he was designated patron saint of Italy. He later became associated with patronage of animals and the natural environment, and it became customary for churches to hold ceremonies blessing animals on his feast day of 4 October.

1235 - (anonymous French architect, "The Master of Chartres") - North transept rose window at Chartres Cathedral - Consecration of the cathedral took place on the 17th of October 1260, in the presence of King Saint-Louis

1245-1247 - (French) - Vision of Saint Germain of Paris - This panel is one of two scenes from the Legend of Saint Germain of Paris. Here Germain appears posthumously in a dream to a monk from Saint-Germain-des-Prés, exhorting the brother to maintain his faith.

"Leiningen Versus the Ants" by Carl Stephenson is a classic short story published in the December 1938 edition of Esquire. It is a translation, probably by Stephenson himself, of "Leiningens Kampf mit den Ameisen" which was originally published in German in 1938.


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"And just how," the mongoose demanded scornfully of the serpent, "do you propose to climb Mount Kailash, the home of Lord Siva? You who have neither arms nor hands, neither feet nor toes with which to grip the precipices?"

"Very slowly," the serpent replied. "Carefully. Coiling back and forth upon my belly, over a rock here, up through a crevice there. I shall get there in the end, you know."

The mongoose snorted in derision. But in his heart he suspected the serpent spoke truly.

- Indian fable

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