Barbaro probably wrote that four pounds could be had at Moscow for the same money that would buy one in Venice.--E. The Caspian, besides the names of Bochri and Bakhu, is likewise called the sea of Khozar, and the sea of Tabristan.--E. Zagathai was one of the sons of the great conqueror Zingis Khan, and received that part of the empire for his share, which comprehended Turkistan, Mawaralnahar, and Kuaresm; which extensive country took from him the name of Zagathai.--Forst.
Therefore, paucas pallabris; let the world slide.
Near the Dante picture in the left aisle are two Donatellos--the massive S. John the Evangelist, seated, who might have given ideas to Michelangelo for his Moses a century and more later; and, nearer the door, between the tablets to De Fabris and Squarciaparello, the so-called Poggio Bracciolini, a witty Italian statesman and Humanist and friend of the Medici, who, however, since he was much younger than this figure at the time of its exhibition, and is not known to have visited Florence till later, probably did not sit for it.
Mrs. Zabriski. (
Amey E. Bardens, Louise Zabriskie (E) & Leila I. Given (A); 16Aug57; R197566.
MACKENZIE, EMELYN L., executrix of the Estate of Louise Zabriskle.
These Tents which we had purchased at Tashkent were the 'tentes-abris' which are used in campaign by Russian military workshops, only we made them larger by a third.
But on the wall of the keep Cercamorte's half-clad men fell sprawling, abristle with feathered shafts.
DEK'ABRIST, a Decembrist, from Dekaber, the Russian for December.
Footnote 3: Delabrisa ... soplo.
"Si fleatam aspicias, ne mox fallare, caveto; Sin arridebit, magis effuge; et oscula si fors Ferre volet, fugito; sunt oscula noxia, in ipsis Suntque venena labris" &c. "Take heed of Cupid's tears, if cautious.