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Subject   >> 'John Aubrey;  Brief Lives,  Miscellanies,  Natural History of Wiltshire',          Alberti's 'De pictura'
John Aubrey
http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/John+Aubrey ,  

*                       Shakespeare  >>  ("John Aubrey" /C2)/GC/S/abT

>>          12 March 1626 7 June 1697

"1626"                        (J/T + "-ohn Aubrey"/C2)/+bp                         "John Aubrey"
March                         (J/T + "-ohn Aubrey"/C2)/+cp                         "John Aubrey"
"12th"                         (J/T + "-ohn Aubrey"/C2)/Ch                          "John Aubrey"

"1697"                        (J/P + "-ohn Aubrey"/C2)/+bp                         "John Aubrey"
June                           (J/P + "-ohn Aubrey"/C2)/+cp                         "John Aubrey"
"7th"                           (J/P + "-ohn Aubrey"/C2)/Ch                          "John Aubrey"

>>          Brief Lives

"Brief Lives"                   (J/P + "-ohn Aubrey's writing"/GC/S/abT)                  "John Aubrey's writing"

>>          Aubrey's erstwhile friend and fellow-antiquarian Anthony Wood

"Anthony Wood"                       (J/C2 + "-ohn Aubrey"/P)                      "John Aubrey"

>> These texts were, as Aubrey entitled them, Schediasmata, 'pieces written extempore,

*                        "Parallel Lives"  >>  ("Brief Lives" /P/Ch)/S

*                        "Brief Lives"  >>  Schediasmata /GC/S/abT



MISCELLANIES               (Br/T + "-ief Lives"/P)                "Brief Lives"

"Natural History of Wiltshire"               (Br/T + "-ief Lives"/P)/Ch                "Brief Lives"

*    "Natural History of Wiltshire"  >>  "Wiltshire Antiquities" /C2

>>        History of Northern Wiltshire

"History of Northern Wiltshire"               (W/GC/S/abT + "-iltshire Antiquities"/P)/Ch                "Wiltshire Antiquities"

>>               he made over his material, around 1695, to Thomas Tanner,

"Thomas Tanner"                  (J/GC/S/abT + "-ohn Aubrey"/P)                   "John Aubrey"


>>     Besides the works already mentioned, his papers included:
"Architectonica Sacra" "Erin Is God" (notes on ecclesiastical antiquities) and the "Life of Mr Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury," which served as the basis for Dr. Blackburn's Latin life, and also for Wood's account.

"Architectonica Sacra"                   (J/T + "-ohn Aubrey's writing"/C2)                  "John Aubrey's writing"
"Erin Is God"                   (J/T + "-ohn Aubrey's writing"/C2)/Ch                  "John Aubrey's writing"

"Life of Mr Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury"                   (J/S + "-ohn Aubrey's writing"/P)/Ch                 "John Aubrey's writing"

>>      Some parts of his survey of Surrey were incorporated in R Rawlinson's Natural History and Antiquities of Surrey (1719);

Rawlinson                          (J/P + "-ohn Aubrey"/S)                         "John Aubrey"

*                      Rawlinson  >>  "Richard Rawlinson" /P

>>       some of his antiquarian notes on Wiltshire were printed in Wiltshire: the Topographical Collections, corrected and enlarged by J.E. Jackson (Devizes: Henry Bull, 1862);

"Natural History of Wiltshire"               (Br/T + "-ief Lives"/P)/Ch                "Brief Lives"

*    "Natural History of Wiltshire"  >>  "Wiltshire Antiquities" /C2

"History of Northern Wiltshire"               (W/GC/S/abT + "-iltshire Antiquities"/P)/Ch                "Wiltshire Antiquities"

*          "History of Northern Wiltshire"  >>  "Wiltshire: Topographical Collections" /S

>>       the "Minutes for Lives" were partially edited in 1813.

*                        "Parallel Lives"  >>  ("Brief Lives" /P/Ch)/S

*        "Brief Lives"  >>  Schediasmata /GC/S/abT  >>  ("Minutes for Lives" /S)/P

>>      A near-complete transcript, Brief Lives chiefly of Contemporaries set down John Aubrey between the Years 1669 and 1696, was edited for the Clarendon Press in 1898 by the Rev. Andrew Clark from manuscripts in the Bodleian Library, Oxford.

* "Minutes for Lives"  >>  "Brief Lives chiefly of Contemporaries set down John Aubrey between Years 1669 and 1696"  /C2/Ch



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between John Aubrey's "Brief Lives"    and Plutarch's "Parallel Lives"

*                        "Parallel Lives"  >>  ("Brief Lives" /P/Ch)/S

http://www.archive.org/details/cu31924088005628 ,  
http://ia700407.us.archive.org/5/items/briefliveschiefl01aubruoft/briefliveschiefl01aubruoft.pdf ,  

Brief Lives
INTRODUCTION
I. ORIGIN OF THE 'LIVES.'
AUBREY sought and obtained an introduction to Anthony
Wood in August 1667. He was keenly interested in
antiquarian studies, and had the warmest love for Oxford ;
he had been a contemporary in Trinity College with
Wood's brother, Edward ; and so was drawn to Wood
on hearing that he was busy with researches into the
History of the University of Oxford.
Aubrey was one of those eminently good-natured men,
who are very slothful in their own affairs, but spare no
pains to work for a friend. He offered his help to Wood ;
and, when it was decided to include in Wood's book short
notices of writers connected with Oxford, that help proved
most valuable. Aubrey, through his family and familyconnexions,
and by reason of his restless goings-to-andfro,
had a wide circle of acquaintance among squires and
parsons, lawyers and doctors, merchants and politicians,
men of letters and persons of quality, both in town and
country. He had been, until his estate was squandered, an
extensive and curious buyer of books and MSS. And
above all, being a good gossip, he had used to the
utmost those opportunities of inquiry about men and
things which had been afforded him by societies grave,
like the Royal Society, and frivolous, as coffee-house
gatherings and tavern clubs. The scanty excerpts, given
in these volumes, from letters written by him between
1668 and 1673, supply a hint of how deeply Wood's
Historia et Antiquitates Universitatis Oxoniensis, published
in 1674, was indebted to the multifarious memory and
unwearying inquiries of the enthusiastic Aubrey.
Dean Fell's request that Wood should notice Oxford
writers and bishops in his Historia had suggested to Wood
the plan of, and set him to work upon, the larger and
happier scheme of the Athenae Oxonienses, an 'exact
history of all the writers and bishops that have had their
education in ... Oxford' since 1500. He engaged his
friend Aubrey to help him in his undertaking, by committing
to writing in a more systematic way, for Wood's
benefit, his multitudinous recollections of men and books.
He was dexterous enough to supply the additional motive,
that, after serving his friend's turn, Aubrey's collections
might be gathered together, preserved for a while in some
safe and secret place, and, ~ ~


1.                      "Parallel Lives"  >>  ("Brief Lives" /P/Ch)/S

2.                      Theseus  >>  (INTRODUCTION /P/Ch)/S

3.                      "As geographers"  >>  (one /P/Ch)/S

4.                      Sosius  >>  ("ORIGIN OF LIVES" /P/Ch)/S

5. "crowd into edges of their maps parts of world which they do not know about"  >>  ("AUBREY sought and obtained introduction to Anthony Wood in August 1667" /P/Ch)/S

Et cetera.      As below.


Theseus - (INTRODUCTION) --
As geographers - (I/one) --, Sosius - (ORIGIN OF <THE> 'LIVES.') --, crowd into <the> edges of their maps parts of <the> world which they do not know about - (AUBREY sought and obtained <an> introduction to Anthony Wood in August 1667.) --, adding notes in <the> margin to <the> effect - (He was keenly interested in antiquarian studies,) --, that beyond this lies nothing but sandy deserts full of wild beasts - (and had <the> warmest love for Oxford ;) --, unapproachable bogs - (he had been <a> contemporary in Trinity College with Wood's brother,) --, Scythian ice - (Edward ;) --, or <a> frozen sea - (and so was drawn to Wood on hearing that he was busy with researches into <the> History of <the> University of Oxford.) --, so - (Aubrey was one of those eminently good-natured men,) --, in this work of mine - (who are very slothful in their own affairs,) --, in which I have compared <the> lives of <the> greatest men with one another - (but spare no pains to work for <a> friend.) --, after passing through those periods which probable reasoning can reach to and real history find <a> footing in - (He offered his help to Wood ;) --, I might very well say of those that are farther off - (and,) --, Beyond this there is nothing but prodigies and fictions - (when it was decided to include in Wood's book short notices of writers connected with Oxford) --, <the> only inhabitants are <the> poets and inventors of fables - (that help proved most valuable) --; there is no credit - (Aubrey) --, or certainty any farther - (through his family and family connexions) --. Yet - (and by reason of his restless goings-to-and fro) --, after publishing <an> account of Lycurgus <the> lawgiver and Numa <the> king - (had <a> wide circle of acquaintance among squires and parsons) --, I thought I might - (lawyers and doctors) --, not without reason - (merchants and politicians) --, ascend as high as to Romulus - (men of letters and persons of quality) --, being brought by my history so near to his time - (both in town and country) --.

Considering therefore with myself

Whom shall I set so great <a> man to face - (He had been) --?
Or whom oppose - (until his estate was squandered) --? whos equal to <the> place - (<an>
extensive and curious buyer of books and MSS.) --?

(as Aeschylus expresses it) - (And above all) --, I found none so fit as him that peopled <the> beautiful and far-famed city of Athens - (being <a> good gossip) --, to be set in opposition with <the> father of <the> invincible and renowned city of Rome - (he had used to <the> utmost those opportunities of inquiry about men and things which had been afforded him by societies grave,) --. Let us hope that Fable may - (like <the> Royal Society,) --, in what shall follow - (and frivolous,) --, so submit to <the> purifying processes of Reason as to take <the> character of exact history - (as coffee-house gatherings and tavern clubs.) --. In any case - (<The> scanty excerpts,) --, however - (given in these volumes,) --, where it shall be found contumaciously slighting credibility - (from letters written by him between 1668 and 1673,) --, and refusing to be reduced to anything like probable fact - (supply <a> hint of how deeply Wood's Historia et Antiquitates Universitatis Oxoniensis,) --, we shall beg that we may meet with candid readers - (published in 1674,) --, and such as will receive with indulgence <the> stories of antiquity - (was indebted to <the> multifarious memory and unwearying inquiries of <the> enthusiastic Aubrey.) --.

Theseus seemed to me to resemble Romulus in many particulars - (Dean Fell's request that Wood should notice Oxford writers and bishops in his Historia had suggested to Wood <the> plan of,) --. Both of them - (and set him to work upon,) --, born out of wedlock and of uncertain parentage - (<the> larger and happier scheme of <the> Athenae Oxonienses,) --, had <the> repute of being sprung from <the> gods - (<an> 'exact history of all <the> writers and bishops that have had their education in ...) --.

Both warriors - (Oxford') --; that by all <the> worlds allowed - (since 1500) --.

Both of them united with strength of body <an> equal vigor mind - (He engaged his friend Aubrey to help him in his undertaking,) --; and of <the> two most famous cities of <the> world <the> one built Rome - (by committing to writing in <a> more systematic way,) --, and <the> other made Athens be inhabited - (for Wood's benefit,) --. Both stand charged with <the> rape of women - (his multitudinous recollections of men and books.) --; neither of them could avoid domestic misfortunes nor jealousy at home - (He was dexterous enough to supply <the> additional motive,) --; but towards <the> close of their lives are both of them said to have incurred great odium with their countrymen - (that,) --, if - (after serving his friend's turn,) --, that is - (Aubrey's collections might be gathered together,) --, we may take <the> stories least like poetry as our guide to <the> truth - (preserved for <a> while in some safe and secret place,) --. ~ ~

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between John Aubrey's "Brief Lives"    and John Aubrey's MISCELLANIES


http://openlibrary.org/works/OL2953432W/%27Brief_lives_%27_chiefly_of_contemporaries ,  
http://ia700407.us.archive.org/5/items/briefliveschiefl01aubruoft/briefliveschiefl01aubruoft_djvu.txt ,  

http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/a#a1419 ,  
http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/4254 ,  
http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/4254/pg4254.html ,  
Title: Miscellanies upon Various Subjects
Author: John Aubrey

MISCELLANIES                           (Br/T + "-ief Lives"/P)                         "Brief Lives"

"Natural History of Wiltshire"                (Br/T + "-ief Lives"/P)/Ch                  "Brief Lives"

*    "Natural History of Wiltshire"  >>  "Wiltshire Antiquities" /C2

**          (MISCELLANIES /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("Natural History of Wiltshire" /T/Ch/+bp)/P


MISCELLANIES

DAY FATALITY
OR, SOME OBSERVATIONS OF DAYS LUCKY AND UNLUCKY

      LUC. xix. 43.
      "In hoc die tuo": In this thy day.

That there be good and evil times, not only the sacred scriptures, but prophane authors mention: see 1 Sam. 25, 8. Esther 8, 17. and 9, 19, 22. Ecclus. 14. 14.

The fourteenth day of the first month was a memorable and blessed day amongst the children of Israel: see Exod. 12, 18, 40, 41, 42, 51. Levit. 23, 5. Numb. 28, 16. Four hundred and thirty years being expired of their dwelling in Egypt, even in the self same day departed they thence.

A thing something parallel to this we read in the Roman histories: that, that very day four years, that the civil wars were begun by Pompey the father, Caesar made an end of them with his sons; Cneius Pompeius being then slain, and it being also the last battle Csar was ever in. (Heylin in the kingdom of Corduba.) The calendar to Ovid's Fastorum, says, "Aprilis erat mensis Grcecis auspicatisimus", a most auspicious month among the Graecians.

As to evil days and times; see Amos 5, 13. and 6, 3. ~ ~


1.
"DAY FATALITY"                ([ŋ=  y=]/T + INTRODUCTION/P)                 INTRODUCTION

2.
or                                  ([ŋ=  w=]/T + one/P)                                     one

3.              ORIGIN OF THE 'LIVES.'

"SOME OBSERVATIONS OF DAYS LUCKY AND UNLUCKY"              ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "ORIGIN OF LIVES"/P)               "ORIGIN OF LIVES"

4.            AUBREY sought and obtained an introduction to Anthony Wood in August 1667

LUC                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "AUBREY sought and obtained introduction to Anthony Wood in August 1667"/P)                 "AUBREY sought and obtained introduction to Anthony Wood in August 166"

5.
xix/nineteen                (H/T + "-e was keenly interested in antiquarian studies"/P)                 "He was keenly interested in antiquarian studies"

6.               and had the warmest love for Oxford

"forty-three"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "and had warmest love for Oxford"/P)                 "and had warmest love for Oxford"

7.     he had been a contemporary in Trinity College with Wood's brother

"In hoc die tuo"                (h/T + "-e had been contemporary in Trinity College with Wood's brother"/P)                 "he had been contemporary in Trinity College with
Wood's brother"

8.
"In this thy day"                       ([ŋ=  y=]/T + Edward/P)                         Edward

9. and so was drawn to Wood on hearing that he was busy with researches into the History of the University of Oxford

"That there be good and evil times"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "and so was drawn to Wood on hearing that he was busy with researches into History of University of Oxford"/P)                 "and so was drawn to Wood on hearing that he was busy with researches into History of University of Oxford"

10.                not only the sacred scriptures

"not only sacred scriptures"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "Aubrey was one of those eminently good-natured men"/P)                 "Aubrey was one of those eminently good-natured men"

11.
"but prophane authors mention"                (wh/T + "-o are very slothful in their own affairs"/P)                 "who are very slothful in their own affairs"

12.               but spare no pains to work for a friend

"see 1/one Sam"                (b/T + "ut spare no pains to work for friend"/P)                 "but spare no pains to work for friend"

13.
"25/twenty-five"                (H/T + "-e offered his help to Wood"/P)                 "He offered his help to Wood"

14.
"8/eight"                                ([ŋ=  y=]/T + and/P)                                  and

15.
"Esther 8/eight"                (wh/T + "-en it was decided to include in Wood's book short notices of writers connected with Oxford"/P)                 "when it was decided to include in Wood's book short notices of writers connected with Oxford"

16.
"17/seventeen"                (th/T + "-at help proved most valuable"/P)                 "that help proved most valuable"

17.
"and 9/nine"                            ([ŋ=  w=]/T + Aubrey/P)                            Aubrey

19.
"19/nineteen"                (thr/T + "ough his family and family connexions"/P)                 "through his family and family connexions"

20.
"22/twenty-two"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "and by reason of his restless goings-to-and fro"/P)                 "and by reason of his restless goings-to-and fro"

21.                  had a wide circle of acquaintance among squires and parsons

Ecclus                (h/T + "ad wide circle of acquaintance among squires and parsons"/P)                 "had wide circle of acquaintance among squires and parsons"

22.
"14/fourteen"                (l/T + "-awyers and doctors"/P)                 "lawyers and doctors"

23.
"14/fourteen"                (m/T + "-erchants and politicians"/P)                 "merchants and politicians"

24. The fourteenth day of the first month was a memorable and blessed day amongst the children of Israel

"fourteenth day of first month was memorable and blessed day amongst children of Israel"                (m/T + "-en of letters and persons of quality"/P)                 "men of letters and persons of quality"

25.
"see Exod"                (b/T + "-oth in town and country"/P)                 "both in town and country"

26.
"12/twelve"                         (H/T + "e had been"/P)                           "He had been"

27.
"18/eighteen"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "until his estate was squandered"/P)                 "until his estate was squandered"

28.                    an extensive and curious buyer of books and MSS

"40/forty"                ([ŋ=  y=]/T + "extensive and curious buyer of books and MSS"/P)                 "extensive and curious buyer of books and MSS"

29.
"41/forty-one"                  ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "And above all"/P)                   "And above all"

30.                      being a good gossip

"42/forty-two"                    (b/T + "-eing good gossip"/P)                 "being good gossip"

31. he had used to the utmost those opportunities of inquiry about men and things which had been afforded him by societies grave

"51/fifty-one"                (h/T + "-e had used to utmost those opportunities of inquiry about men and things which had been afforded him by societies grave"/P)                 "he had used to utmost those opportunities of inquiry about men and things which had been afforded him by societies grave"

32.                     like the Royal Society

"Levit"                     (l/T + "-ike Royal Society"/P)                         "like Royal Society"

33.
"23/twenty-three"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "and frivolous"/P)                 "and frivolous"

34.
"5/five"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "as coffee-house gatherings and tavern clubs"/P)                 "as coffee-house gatherings and tavern clubs"

35.                       The scanty excerpts

Numb                           (sc/T + "-anty excerpts"/P)                       "scanty excerpts"

36.
"28/twenty-eighty"                (g/T + "-iven in these volumes"/P)                 "given in these volumes"

37.
"16/sixteen"                (fr/T + "-om letters written by him between 1668 and 1673"/P)                 "from letters written by him between 1668 and 1673"

38.            supply a hint of how deeply Wood's Historia et Antiquitates Universitatis Oxoniensis

"Four hundred and thirty years being expired of their dwelling in Egypt"                (s/T + "-upply hint of how deeply Wood's Historia et Antiquitates Universitatis Oxoniensis"/P)                 "supply hint of how deeply Wood's Historia et Antiquitates Universitatis Oxoniensis"

39.                      even in the self same day departed they thence

"even in self same day departed they thence"                (p/T + "-ublished in 1674"/P)                 "published in 1674"

40. was indebted to the multifarious memory and unwearying inquiries of the enthusiastic Aubrey --- A thing something parallel to this we read in the Roman histories

"thing something parallel to this we read in Roman histories"                (w/T + "-as indebted to multifarious memory and unwearying inquiries of enthusiastic Aubrey"/P)                 "was indebted to multifarious memory and unwearying inquiries of enthusiastic Aubrey"

41. Dean Fell's request that Wood should notice Oxford writers and bishops in his Historia had suggested to Wood the plan of

that                (D/T + "-ean Fell's request that Wood should notice Oxford writers and bishops in his Historia had suggested to Wood plan of"/P)                 "Dean Fell's request that Wood should notice Oxford writers and bishops in his Historia had suggested to Wood plan of"

42.
"that very day four years"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "and set him to work upon"/P)                 "and set him to work upon"

43.               the larger and happier scheme of the Athenae Oxonienses

"that civil wars were begun by Pompey father"                (l/T + "-arger and happier scheme of Athenae Oxonienses"/P)                 "larger and happier scheme of Athenae Oxonienses"

44. an 'exact history of all the writers and bishops that have had their education in --- Caesar made an end of them with his sons

"Caesar made end of them with his sons"                ([ŋ=  y=]/T + "exact history of all writers and bishops that have had their education in"/P)                 "exact history of all writers and bishops that have had their education in"

45.
"Cneius Pompeius being then slain"                  ([ŋ=  w=]/T + Oxford/P)                  Oxford

46.                     and it being also the last battle Csar was ever in

"and it being also last battle Csar was ever in"                (s/T + "ince 1500"/P)                 "since 1500"

47.                       Heylin in the kingdom of Corduba.

"Heylin in kingdom of Corduba"                (H/T + "-e engaged his friend Aubrey to help him in his undertaking"/P)                 "He engaged his friend Aubrey to help him in his undertaking"

48.         by committing to writing in a more systematic way --- The calendar to Ovid's Fastorum

"calendar to Ovid's Fastorum"                ("by c"/T + "-ommitting to writing in more systematic way"/P)                 "by committing to writing in more systematic way"

49.
says                          (f/T + "-or Wood's benefit"/P)                     "for Wood's benefit"

50.
"Aprilis erat mensis Grcecis auspicatisimus"                (h/T + "-is multitudinous recollections of men and books"/P)                 "his multitudinous recollections of men and books"

51. He was dexterous enough to supply the additional motive --- a most auspicious month among the Graecians

"most auspicious month among Graecians"                (H/T + "-e was dexterous enough to supply additional motive"/P)                 "He was dexterous enough to supply additional motive"

52.
"As to evil days and times"                          (th/T + at/P)                              that

53.
"see Amos 5/five"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "after serving his friend's turn"/P)                 "after serving his friend's turn"

54.
"13/thirteen"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "Aubrey's collections might be gathered together"/P)                 "Aubrey's collections might be gathered together"

55.                  preserved for a while in some safe and secret place

"and 6"                (pr/T + "eserved for while in some safe and secret place"/P)                 "preserved for while in some safe and secret place"

56.
"3/three"                                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + and/P)                                and

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between John Aubrey's "Brief Lives"    and John Aubrey's "The Natural History of Wiltshire"

http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/4934/pg4934.html ,    
The Natural History of Wiltshire

CHAPTER I. AIR.

BEFORE I enter upon the discourse of the AIR of this countie, it would not be amiss that I gave an account of the winds that most commonly blow in the western parts of England.

I shall first allege the testimony of Julius Csar, who delivers to us thus: "Corns ventus, qui magnam partem omnis temporis in his locis flare consuevit". - (Commentaries, lib. v.) To which I will subjoine this of Mr. Th. Ax, of Somersetshire, who hath made dayly observations of the weather for these twenty-five years past, since 1661, and finds that, one yeare with another, the westerly winds, which doe come from the Atlantick sea, doe blowe ten moneths of the twelve. Besides, he hath made observations for thirty years, that the mannours in the easterne parts of the netherlands of Somersetshire doe yield six or eight per centum of their value; whereas those in the westerne parts doe yield but three, seldome four per centum, and in some mannours but two per centum. Hence he argues that the winds carrying these unwholesome vapours of the low country from one to the other, doe make the one more, the other less, healthy. ___________________________________

This shire may be divided as it were into three stories or stages. Chippenham vale is the lowest. The first elevation, or next storie, is from the Derry Hill, or Bowdon Lodge, to the hill beyond the Devises, called Red-hone, which is the limbe or beginning of Salisbury plaines. From the top of this hill one may discerne Our Lady Church Steeple at Sarum, like a fine Spanish needle. I would have the height of these hills, as also Hackpen, and those toward Lambourn, which are the highest, to he taken with the quicksilver barometer, according to the method of Mr. Edmund Halley in Philosophical Transactions, No. 181. ___________________________________

Now, although Mindip-hills and Whitesheet, &c., are as a barr and skreen to keep off from Wiltshire the westerly winds and raines, as they doe in some measure repel those noxious vapours, yet wee have a flavour of them; and when autumnal agues raigne, they are more common on the hills than in the vales of this country.


MISCELLANIES                           (Br/T + "-ief Lives"/P)                         "Brief Lives"

"Natural History of Wiltshire"                (Br/T + "-ief Lives"/P)/Ch                  "Brief Lives"

*    "Natural History of Wiltshire"  >>  "Wiltshire Antiquities" /C2

**          (MISCELLANIES /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("Natural History of Wiltshire" /T/Ch/+bp)/P


1.
"CHAPTER I/one"                ([ŋ=  y=]/T + INTRODUCTION/P)/Ch                 INTRODUCTION

2.
AIR                                  ([ŋ=  w=]/T + one/P)/Ch                                  one

3.       ORIGIN OF THE 'LIVES.' --- BEFORE I enter upon the discourse of the AIR of this countie

"BEFORE I enter upon discourse of AIR of this countie"              ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "ORIGIN OF LIVES"/P)/Ch               "ORIGIN OF LIVES"

4. AUBREY sought and obtained an introduction to Anthony Wood in August 1667 --- it would not be amiss that I gave an account of the winds that most commonly blow in the western parts of England

"it would not be amiss that I gave account of winds that most commonly blow in western parts of England"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "AUBREY sought and obtained introduction to Anthony Wood in August 1667"/P)/Ch                 "AUBREY sought and obtained introduction to Anthony Wood in August 166"

5.                  I shall first allege the testimony of Julius Csar

"I shall first allege the testimony of Julius Csar"                (H/T + "-e was keenly interested in antiquarian studies"/P)/Ch                 "He was keenly interested in antiquarian studies"

6.               and had the warmest love for Oxford

"who delivers to us thus"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "and had warmest love for Oxford"/P)/Ch                 "and had warmest love for Oxford"

7.     he had been a contemporary in Trinity College with Wood's brother

"Corns ventus"                (h/T + "-e had been contemporary in Trinity College with Wood's brother"/P)/Ch                 "he had been contemporary in Trinity College with
Wood's brother"

8.
Commentaries                          ([ŋ=  y=]/T + Edward/P)/Ch                       Edward

9. and so was drawn to Wood on hearing that he was busy with researches into the History of the University of Oxford

lib                 ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "and so was drawn to Wood on hearing that he was busy with researches into History of University of Oxford"/P)/Ch                 "and so was drawn to Wood on hearing that he was busy with researches into History of University of Oxford"

10.                
"v/five"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "Aubrey was one of those eminently good-natured men"/P)/Ch                 "Aubrey was one of those eminently good-natured men"

11.
"To which I will subjoine this of Mr. Th"                (wh/T + "-o are very slothful in their own affairs"/P)/Ch                 "who are very slothful in their own affairs"

12.               but spare no pains to work for a friend

Ax                (b/T + "ut spare no pains to work for friend"/P)/Ch                 "but spare no pains to work for friend"

13.
"of Somersetshire"                (H/T + "-e offered his help to Wood"/P)/Ch                 "He offered his help to Wood"

14.          who hath made dayly observations of the weather for these twenty-five years past

"who hath made dayly observations of weather for these twenty-five years past"                ([ŋ=  y=]/T + and/P)/Ch                   and

15.
"since 1661"                (wh/T + "-en it was decided to include in Wood's book short notices of writers connected with Oxford"/P)/Ch                 "when it was decided to include in Wood's book short notices of writers connected with Oxford"

16.
"and finds that"                (th/T + "-at help proved most valuable"/P)/Ch                 "that help proved most valuable"

17.
"one yeare with another"                      ([ŋ=  w=]/T + Aubrey/P)/Ch                   Aubrey

19.                     the westerly winds

"westerly winds"                (thr/T + "ough his family and family connexions"/P)/Ch                 "through his family and family connexions"

20.               which doe come from the Atlantick sea

"which doe come from Atlantick sea"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "and by reason of his restless goings-to-and fro"/P)/Ch                 "and by reason of his restless goings-to-and fro"

21. had a wide circle of acquaintance among squires and parsons --- doe blowe ten moneths of the twelve

"doe blowe ten moneths of twelve"                (h/T + "ad wide circle of acquaintance among squires and parsons"/P)/Ch                 "had wide circle of acquaintance among squires and parsons"

22.
Besides                 (l/T + "-awyers and doctors"/P)/Ch                   "lawyers and doctors"

23.
" he hath made observations for thirty years "                (m/T + "-erchants and politicians"/P)/Ch                 "merchants and politicians"

24. that the mannours in the easterne parts of the netherlands of Somersetshire doe yield six or eight per centum of their value

"that mannours in easterne parts of netherlands of Somersetshire doe yield six or eight per centum of their value"                (m/T + "-en of letters and persons of quality"/P)/Ch                 "men of letters and persons of quality"

25.                      whereas those in the westerne parts doe yield but three

"whereas those in westerne parts doe yield but three"                (b/T + "-oth in town and country"/P)/Ch                 "both in town and country"

26.
"seldome four per centum"                 (H/T + "e had been"/P)/Ch                "He had been"

27.
"and in some mannours but two per centum"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "until his estate was squandered"/P)/Ch                 "until his estate was squandered"

28. an extensive and curious buyer of books and MSS --- Hence he argues that the winds carrying these unwholesome vapours of the low country from one to the other

"Hence he argues that winds carrying these unwholesome vapours of low country from one to other"                ([ŋ=  y=]/T + "extensive and curious buyer of books and MSS"/P)/Ch                 "extensive and curious buyer of books and MSS"

29.                  doe make the one more

"doe make one more"                  ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "And above all"/P)/Ch               "And above all"

30.                      being a good gossip --- the other less

"other less"                   (b/T + "-eing good gossip"/P)/Ch                 "being good gossip"

31. he had used to the utmost those opportunities of inquiry about men and things which had been afforded him by societies grave

healthy                 (h/T + "-e had used to utmost those opportunities of inquiry about men and things which had been afforded him by societies grave"/P)/Ch                 "he had used to utmost those opportunities of inquiry about men and things which had been afforded him by societies grave"

32.                     like the Royal Society

"This shire may be divided as it were into three stories or stages"                 (l/T + "-ike Royal Society"/P)/Ch                  "like Royal Society"

33.                  Chippenham vale is the lowest

"Chippenham vale is lowest"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "and frivolous"/P)/Ch                 "and frivolous"

34.                  The first elevation

"first elevation"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "as coffee-house gatherings and tavern clubs"/P)/Ch                 "as coffee-house gatherings and tavern clubs"

35.                       The scanty excerpts

"or next storie"               (sc/T + "-anty excerpts"/P)/Ch                 "scanty excerpts"

36.                       is from the Derry Hill

"is from Derry Hill"                (g/T + "-iven in these volumes"/P)/Ch                 "given in these volumes"

37.
"or Bowdon Lodge"                (fr/T + "-om letters written by him between 1668 and 1673"/P)/Ch                 "from letters written by him between 1668 and 1673"

38. supply a hint of how deeply Wood's Historia et Antiquitates Universitatis Oxoniensis --- to the hill beyond the Devises

"to hill beyond Devises"                (s/T + "-upply hint of how deeply Wood's Historia et Antiquitates Universitatis Oxoniensis"/P)/Ch                 "supply hint of how deeply Wood's Historia et Antiquitates Universitatis Oxoniensis"

39.
"called Red-hone"                (p/T + "-ublished in 1674"/P)/Ch                 "published in 1674"

40. was indebted to the multifarious memory and unwearying inquiries of the enthusiastic Aubrey --- which is the limbe or beginning of Salisbury plaines

"which is limbe or beginning of Salisbury plaines"                (w/T + "-as indebted to multifarious memory and unwearying inquiries of enthusiastic Aubrey"/P)/Ch                 "was indebted to multifarious memory and unwearying inquiries of enthusiastic Aubrey"

41. Dean Fell's request that Wood should notice Oxford writers and bishops in his Historia had suggested to Wood the plan of --- From the top of this hill one may discerne Our Lady Church Steeple at Sarum

"From top of this hill one may discerne Our Lady Church Steeple at Sarum"                (D/T + "-ean Fell's request that Wood should notice Oxford writers and bishops in his Historia had suggested to Wood plan of"/P) Ch                 "Dean Fell's request that Wood should notice Oxford writers and bishops in his Historia had suggested to Wood plan of"

42.                like a fine Spanish needle

"like fine Spanish needle"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "and set him to work upon"/P)/Ch                 "and set him to work upon"

43.   the larger and happier scheme of the Athenae Oxonienses --- I would have the height of these hills

"I would have height of these hills"                (l/T + "-arger and happier scheme of Athenae Oxonienses"/P)/Ch                 "larger and happier scheme of Athenae Oxonienses"

44.              an 'exact history of all the writers and bishops that have had their education in

"as also Hackpen"                ([ŋ=  y=]/T + "exact history of all writers and bishops that have had their education in"/P)/Ch                 "exact history of all writers and bishops that have had their education in"

45.
"and those toward Lambourn"                    ([ŋ=  w=]/T + Oxford/P)/Ch                   Oxford

46.            and it being also the last battle Csar was ever in --- which are the highest

"which are highest"                      (s/T + "ince 1500"/P)/Ch                      "since 1500"

47.        Heylin in the kingdom of Corduba. --- to he taken with the quicksilver barometer

"to he taken with quicksilver barometer"                (H/T + "-e engaged his friend Aubrey to help him in his undertaking"/P)/Ch                 "He engaged his friend Aubrey to help him in his undertaking"

48. by committing to writing in a more systematic way --- according to the method of Mr. Edmund Halley in Philosophical Transactions

"according to method of Mr. Edmund Halley in Philosophical Transactions"                ("by c"/T + "-ommitting to writing in more systematic way"/P)/Ch                 "by committing to writing in more systematic way"

49.
"No. 181"                    (f/T + "-or Wood's benefit"/P)/Ch                  "for Wood's benefit"

50.
Now                (h/T + "-is multitudinous recollections of men and books"/P)/Ch                 "his multitudinous recollections of men and books"

51. He was dexterous enough to supply the additional motive

"although Mindip-hills and Whitesheet"                (H/T + "-e was dexterous enough to supply additional motive"/P)/Ch,                 "He was dexterous enough to supply additional motive"

52.
"&c."                                     (th/T + at/P)/Ch                                     that

53.             are as a barr and skreen to keep off from Wiltshire the westerly winds and raines

"are as barr and skreen to keep off from Wiltshire westerly winds and raines"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "after serving his friend's turn"/P)/Ch                 "after serving his friend's turn"

54.
"as they doe in some measure repel those noxious vapours"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "Aubrey's collections might be gathered together"/P)/Ch                 "Aubrey's collections might be gathered together"

55.       preserved for a while in some safe and secret place --- yet wee have a flavour of them

"yet wee have flavour of them"                (pr/T + "eserved for while in some safe and secret place"/P)                 "preserved for while in some safe and secret place"

56.
"and when autumnal agues raigne"                     ([ŋ=  w=]/T + and/P)                      and

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between John Aubrey's MISCELLANIES    and John Aubrey's "The Natural History of Wiltshire"



**          (MISCELLANIES /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("Natural History of Wiltshire" /T/Ch/+bp)/P


1.                ("DAY FATALITY" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("CHAPTER I/one" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
2.                     ("OR" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("AIR" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
3. ("SOME OBSERVATIONS OF DAYS LUCKY AND UNLUCKY" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("BEFORE I enter upon <the> discourse of <the> AIR of this countie" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
4. (LUC /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("it would not be amiss that I gave <an> account of <the> winds that most commonly blow in <the> western parts of England" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
5. ("xix/nineteen" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("I shall first allege <the> testimony of Julius Csar" /T/Ch/+bp)/P

6.                       ("43" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("who delivers to us thus" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
7.                       ("In hoc die tuo" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("Corns ventus" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
8. ("In this thy day" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("qui magnam partem omnis temporis in his locis flare consuevit" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
9.                      ("That there be good and evil times" /P/+cp)/T  >>  (Commentaries /T/Ch/+bp)/P
10.                     ("not only <the> sacred scriptures" /P/+cp)/T  >>  (lib /T/Ch/+bp)/P

11.                     ("but prophane authors mention" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("v/five" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
12.                     ("see 1 Sam" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("To which I will subjoine this of Mr. Th" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
13.                     ("25" /P/+cp)/T  >>  (Ax /T/Ch/+bp)/P
14.                     ("8" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("of Somersetshire" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
15. ("Esther 8" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("who hath made dayly observations of <the> weather for these twenty-five years past" /T/Ch/+bp)/P

16.                    ("17" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("since 1661" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
17.                    ("and 9" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("and finds that " /T/Ch/+bp)/P
18.                    ("19" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("one yeare with another" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
19.                    ("22" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("<the> westerly winds" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
20.                    (Ecclus /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("which doe come from <the> Atlantick sea" /T/Ch)/P

21.*               ("14" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("doe blowe ten moneths of <the> twelve" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
22.**                     ("14" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("Besides" /T/Ch)/P
23. ("<the> fourteenth day of <the> first month was <a> memorable and blessed day amongst <the> children of Israel" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("he hath made observations for thirty years" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
24. ("see Exod" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("that <the> mannours in <the> easterne parts of <the> netherlands of Somersetshire doe yield six or eight per centum of their value" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
25. ("12" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("whereas those in <the> westerne parts doe yield but three" /T/Ch/+bp)/P

26.                    ("18" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("seldome four per centum" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
27.             ("40" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("and in some mannours but two per centum" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
28. ("41" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("Hence he argues that <the> winds carrying these unwholesome vapours of <the> low country from one to <the> other" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
29.                   ("42" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("doe make <the> one more" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
30.                   ("51" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("<the> other less" /T/Ch/+bp)/P

31.                    (Levit /P/+cp)/T  >>  (healthy /T/Ch/+bp)/P
32. ("23" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("This shire may be divided as it were into three stories or stages" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
33.               ("5" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("Chippenham vale is <the> lowest" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
34.                    ("Numb" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("<the> first elevation" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
35.                    ("28" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("or next storie" /T/Ch/+bp)/P

36.                    ("16" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("is from <the> Derry Hill" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
37. ("Four hundred and thirty years being expired of their dwelling in Egypt" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("or Bowdon Lodge" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
38. ("even in <the> self same day departed they thence" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("to <the> hill beyond <the> Devises" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
39. ("<A> thing something parallel to this we read in <the> Roman histories" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("called Red-hone " /T/Ch/+bp)/P
40.      (that /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("which is <the> limbe or beginning of Salisbury plaines" /T/Ch/+bp)/P

41. ("that very day four years" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("From <the> top of this hill one may discerne Our Lady Church Steeple at Sarum" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
42. ("that <the> civil wars were begun by Pompey <the> father" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("like <a> fine Spanish needle" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
43. ("Caesar made <an> end of them with his sons" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("I would have <the> height of these hills" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
44. ("Cneius Pompeius being then slain" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("as also Hackpen, and those toward Lambourn" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
45. ("and it being also <the> last battle Csar was ever in" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("which are <the> highest" /T/Ch/+bp)/P

46. ("Heylin in <the> kingdom of Corduba" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("to he taken with <the> quicksilver barometer" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
47. ("<The> calendar to Ovid's Fastorum" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("according to <the> method of Mr. Edmund Halley in Philosophical Transactions" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
48.                  (says /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("No. 181" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
49.               ("Aprilis erat mensis Grcecis auspicatisimus" /P/+cp)/T  >>  (Now /T/Ch/+bp)/P
50. ("<a> most auspicious month among <the> Graecians" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("although Mindip-hills and Whitesheet" /T/Ch/+bp)/P

51.               ("As to evil days and times" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("&c" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
52. ("see Amos 5" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("are as <a> barr and skreen to keep off from Wiltshire <the> westerly winds and raines" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
53.   ("13" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("as they doe in some measure repel those noxious vapours" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
54.               ("and 6" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("yet wee have <a> flavour of them" /T/Ch/+bp)/P
55. ("3" /P/+cp)/T  >>  ("and when autumnal agues raigne" /T/Ch/+bp)/P

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between Alberti's "De pictura"    and Homer's Odyssey

http://www.noteaccess.com/Texts/Alberti/ ,  
http://www.noteaccess.com/Texts/Alberti/Prologue.htm ,  

"De pictura"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "Alberti's writing"/C1)/+cp                 "Alberti's writing"
"De pictura"                       ([ŋ=  w=]/T + Odyssey/C1)/+cp                        Odyssey

http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/26275 ,  
http://www.gutenberg.org/files/26275/ ,  
http://www.gutenberg.org/files/26275/26275-8.txt ,  

By Denton J. Snider,    Denton Jaques Snider
I.
The Goddess Pallas has already come down to Ithaca and stands among the
suitors. She has taken the form of Mentes, the King of a neighboring
tribe; she is in disguise as she usually is when she appears on earth.
Who will recognize her? Not the suitors; they can see no God in their
condition, least of all, the Goddess of Wisdom. "Telemachus was much
the first to observe her;" why just he? The fact is he was ready to see
her, and not only to see her, but to hear what she had to say. "For he
sat among the suitors grieved in heart, seeing his father in his mind's
eye," like Hamlet just before the latter saw the ghost. So careful is
the poet to prepare both sides--the divine epiphany, and the mortal who
is to behold it. ~ ~


"Prologue 1/one"                      (B/T + "-ook first"/C1)/+cp                       "Book first"

1.
I                                  (G/T + oddess/C1)/+cp                                 Goddess

2.
used                                 (P/T + allas/C1)/+cp                                   Pallas

3.
to                                    (h/T + as/C1)/+cp                                       has

4.
marvel                          ([ŋ=  w=]/T + already/C1)/+cp                           already

5.
and                              (c/T + "-ome down"/C1)/+cp                        "come down"

Et cetera.      As below.


-- (Goddess) I -- (Pallas) used -- (has) to -- (already) marvel -- (come down) and -- (to Ithaca) at <the> same -- (and stands) time -- (among) to -- (suitors) grieve -- (She) that -- (has taken) so -- (form of) many -- (Mentes) excellent -- (King of) and -- (neighboring) superior -- (tribe) arts -- (she is) and -- (in disguise) sciences -- (as she) from -- (usually) our -- (is when) most -- (she appears) vigorous -- (on earth) antique -- (Who will) past -- (recognize her) could -- (Not suitors) now -- (they can) seem -- (see no) lacking -- (God in) and -- (their condition) almost -- (least of all) wholly -- (Goddess of Wisdom) lost. -- (Telemachus) We -- (was much) know -- (first to) from -- (observe her) [remaining] -- (why just he) works -- (fact is) and -- (he was ready to see her) through -- (and not only to see her) references -- (but to hear) to them -- (what she had) that they were -- (to say) once -- (For he sat) widespread. -- (among suitors) Painters, -- (grieved in heart) sculptors, -- (seeing his father) architects, -- (in his mind's eye) musicians, -- (like Hamlet) geometricians, -- (just before) rhetoricians, -- (latter saw ghost) seers -- (So careful) and -- (is poet) similar -- (to prepare both sides) noble -- (divine epiphany) and amazing -- (and mortal) intellects -- (who
is to) are very -- (behold it) rarely

Et cetera.

found today and there are few to praise them. -- () Thus I believed, -- () as many said, that Nature, -- () the mistress of things, -- () had grown old and tired. -- () She no longer produced either geniuses or giants which in her more youthful and more glorious days she had produced so marvelously and abundantly.

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87Simple view釣魚台群島/尖閣諸島, 琉球諸島, 南西諸島, 薩南諸島, 吐噶喇列島, 沖縄諸島, 慶良間諸島, 先島諸島, 宮古列島, 八重山諸島 Y... 2013.05.06
86Simple view東海/日本海/한국해,   Scarborough Shoal,   Parece Vela, 冲鸟礁/Okinotorishima,   **Luzon Sea, South China Sea Y... 2012.05.11
85Simple view>>             Response to We the People Petition on the Sea of Japan Naming Issue Y... 2012.06.30
84Simple viewSocotra Rock 이어도,      Falklands,       Paracel Islands,       Spratly Islands,     Yonaguni 與那國,     Hans Island Y... 2012.04.20
83Simple viewJapan/China/Vietnam/Thai/Cambodia/Laos/Burma/Malaysia/Indonesia/Brunei/Singapore/Philippines/Taiwan/Okinawa Y... 2012.07.12
82Simple view>>                                        Korea,  한국 [han gug], 韓國 or 瀚國 ?? Y... 2012.07.17
81Simple viewPhonetics between    Keats' Endymion/Lamia &    Homer's Odyssey,      Hyperion/Sonnets/Calidore/Isabella Y... 2011.06.27
80Simple view>> 'Notebooks of Leonardo Da Vinci',   'Thoughts on Art and Life by Leonardo da Vinci',    Apollonius' Conics Y... 2011.07.20
79Now reading>> 'John Aubrey;  Brief Lives,  Miscellanies,  Natural History of Wiltshire',          Alberti's 'De pictura' Y... 2011.07.15
78Simple view>> Pascal's  'Lettres provinciales',  'De Esprit gomtrique'  &  Penses;          Vitruvius' "De Architectura" Y... 2011.07.19
77Simple view "Lex Talio  :  Phonetic translation"           &          "Phonetic study  on  German/French   words/sentences" Y... 2011.06.12
76Simple view>>       'Phonetic study  on  English  nouns'        < Lingering of articles >        'definite/indefinite article' Y... 2011.12.29
75Simple view>>      English  verb/adjective/adverb'     (derived nouns)               < have / be as v.aux. > Y... 2011.12.29
74Simple view                                 "English    spelling/vocabulary"                   (Korean connection) Y... 2011.05.19
73Simple view>>         Who/how made English/German/French spellings??            'Indo-European'       Aryan Y... 2012.07.03
72Simple viewPyrrho/Galen/Avicenna/Averroes/Maimonides, 'Albertus Magnus', 'Thomas Aquinas', 'Duns Scotus', Copernicus Y... 2011.05.17
71Simple viewArchimedes/Aspasia/Euclid/Hipparchus/Hippocrates/Leonidas/Pericles/Ptolemy/Solon/Themistocles/Epicurus Y... 2011.05.14
70Simple viewAeschylus/Aesop/Euripides/Hesiod,   Homer/Lucian/Menander/Pindar,  Polybius/Sappho/Sophocles, Alcibiades Y... 2011.05.11
69Simple viewThales/Anaximander/Anaximenes/Pythagoras,  Anaxagoras/Empedocles,  Antisthenes/Diogenes/Crates/Zeno Y... 2011.05.07
68Simple viewSocrates/Thucydides/Plutarch/Herodotus/Xenophon/Aristophanes/Plato/Aristotle/Parmenides/Democritus, etc. Y... 2011.05.04
67Simple view'The Star-Spangled Banner'   &   'God Save the Queen'   &    'Land of Hope and Glory';        national anthems Y... 2011.02.10
66Simple view              Shakespeare       &       Plutarch Y... 2010.10.28
65Simple view>>                  Sir Thomas More         &        Marcus Salvius Otho Y... 2010.11.13
64Simple viewPhonetics/linguistics              &             Bible Y... 2010.07.08
63Simple view>>    'phonetic study on Jesus Christ  &  Moshe'          'Twelve Apostles'           'Hellenistic civilization??' Y... 2011.04.10
62Simple view>> 'Moses & Jesus Christ'           teacher/Christianity/Christ/Jesus,    '(white) Christmas (tree/carol)' Y... 2010.12.18
61Simple view>>                 Confucius/Mencius,      Moshe, "Jesus Christ"      &     Laozi/Micius Y... 2011.03.28
60Simple view>> '論語/논어 [non  ŋΛ]  &  Old Testament'      Pentateuch     'Why Torah, Prophets, Writings, 四書五經' Y... 2011.04.05
59Simple view>> translation :           논어(論語)/공자(孔子/Confucius),               etymological analysis Y... 2011.04.08
58Simple viewNoam Chomsky    vs    Philip Lieberman,  fred m. seed professor, Brown.edu Y... 2009.05.26
57Simple view>> grafting Y... 2009.09.04
56Simple view>> The pied piper of Cambridge,                 by PHILIP LIEBERMAN Y... 2010.04.30
55Simple view>>         Fw: cognitive biologists Angela Stoeger and Tecumseh Fitch Y... 2012.11.27
54Simple view>>                  Newborns Know Their Native Tongue, Study Finds Y... 2013.01.04
53Simple viewunimelb/mq.edu.au,    let.ru.nl/taalunie.org/leidenuniv.nl/mpl.nl,    jussieu.fr/lpl-aix.fr Y... 2009.04.27
52Simple viewalberta/mun/brock/qam/montr-/ubc/mcmaster/concor-/carleton/queens/vic/mcgill/manito-/sfu/calgary Y... 2009.04.15
51Simple viewSweden (gu/umu/kth/lu/su/uu)           Uk (soas/york/ucl/cam/ed/essex/city/sussex) Y... 2009.04.07
50Simple viewumd/unc/utah/sjsu,              Germany (eva.mpg/jena/koeln/konstanz/potsdam/saarland/stuttgart)  Y... 2009.03.31
49Simple view>> Andre M. of Linguistics,          Max Planck Institute, Germany Y... 2009.04.07
48Simple viewnorthwestern/siu/Princeton/pitt/sc/Rutgers/rochester/uiowa/georgetown/ucdavis/uiuc/ucsd/colorado Y... 2009.03.12
47Simple viewyale/Haskins/uchicago/stanford/nyu/umich/hawaii/harvard/uoregon/Brown/ucsb/umass/buffalo/stonyb- Y... 2009.03.04
46Simple viewarizona/UCLA/upenn/USC/washington/osu/udel/ucsc/mit/indiana/utexas/cornell/rice/ku/msu/berkeley Y... 2009.02.24
45Simple viewQ & A      between cognitive linguistics/etc. and phonetics. Y... 2008.11.19
44Simple viewStonehenge Y... 2008.05.31
43Simple view>> Dr. Mike Parker Pearson Y... 2008.06.03
42Simple view>> Stonehenge/2 Y... 2009.07.03
41Simple viewmcmaster.ca, brocku.ca, mun.ca, ualberta.ca, ucw.cz, ut.ee, philol.msu.ru, phonetics.pu.ru, ngslt.org Y... 2008.05.20
40Simple view>> yorku.ca,    mun.ca,    mff.cuni.cz,    ffzg.hr,    zrc-sazu.si,    ff.uni-lj.si,    guest.arnes.si Y... 2008.06.24
39Simple viewcsulb/csun/gmu/ucdavis/ucr/ucsd/colorado/umd/unc/utah/virginia/uwm/sjsu/lldsa/wwu/sil/swarthmore Y... 2008.05.13
38Simple viewnorthwestern/siu/sc/Rutgers/rochester/Princeton/pitt/unm/uiowa/iastate/uiuc/uic/georgetown/byu, Y... 2008.05.06
37Simple view>> All vocabularies and grammar(s) of all languages are (already) inside babies' heads at birth. Y... 2008.05.06
36Simple viewStanford, nyu, umich, Hawaii, Harvard, uoregon, bu, Brown, ucsb, umass, nmsu, buffalo, stonybrook Y... 2008.04.29
35Simple viewRice,    ku,    msu,    gsu,    Berkeley,    yale,    haskins.   yale,    purdue,    uchicago Y... 2008.04.22
34Simple viewemich,  u.washington,  email.arizona,  usc,  udel,  ucsc,  mit,  indiana,  utexas,  cornell Y... 2008.04.15
33Simple viewCanada     &     ohio-state.edu Y... 2007.12.19
32Simple viewAustralia.  Austria,  Belgium,  France,  Israel,  Netherlands,  New Zealand,  Singapore, Y... 2007.12.12
31Simple viewTo publish something in a peer-reviewed journal of conference. Y... 2007.12.19
30Simple view>> univ-tlse2.fr Y... 2008.06.11
29Simple view>>  IPA,    enl.auth.gr,    flinders.edu.au,    uab.es,      uab.cat,     mpi.nl, Y... 2008.06.17
28Simple viewroot of (all) grammar(s); phonetics.        UK    &     Ie. Y... 2007.12.05
27Simple viewroot of (all) grammars; phonetics.      SWEDEN,       Bielefeld/ GERMANY Y... 2007.11.28
26Simple viewroot of (all) grammars; phonetics.         GERMANY Y... 2007.11.21
25Simple viewgrammars:     upenn,    ucla, Y... 2007.11.07
24Simple viewJames Mesbur/upenn Y... 2007.11.07
23Simple viewthe structure/principle of trumpet Y... 2007.11.07
22Simple viewDiaphragm/phonetics Y... 2007.11.07
21Simple viewyale,  purdue,  uchicago,  stanford,  nyu,  umich,  hawaii,  harvard,  uoregon Y... 2007.09.19
20Simple viewLinguistList,    Wikipedia Y... 2007.11.08
19Simple viewNorway; @hf.ntnu, @nor.uib, @iln.uio, @hum.uit, Y... 2007.08.07
18Simple viewFinland; @helsinki, @joensuu, @campus.jyu, @oulu, @uta, @utu, @uwasa, @abo, Y... 2007.08.07
17Simple view@rice.edu, @ku.edu, @byu.edu, @msu.edu, @gsu.edu, @berkeley.edu, Y... 2007.07.19
16Simple view@udel, @ucsc, @mit, @indiana, @mail.utexas, @cornell, Y... 2007.07.02
15Simple view18th International Congress of Linguists Y... 2007.06.18
14Simple view@u.washington ; @u.arizona; @ling.ohio-state  Y... 2007.06.18
13Simple viewCanadian phonetics Y... 2007.06.06
12Simple viewBritish phonetics Y... 2007.05.15
11Simple viewPhonetics, Sweden, uu.se, umu.se, su.se, kth.se, gu.se Y... 2007.05.15
10Simple viewUSC phonetics Y... 2007.04.13
9Simple viewPhonetics of Lund University, Sweden Y... 2007.03.23
8Simple viewUni-Stuttgart.de/phonetik Y... 2007.03.23
7Simple viewPhonetik in Deutschland Y... 2007.05.25
6Simple viewProfessor Wolfgang Hess, Universitt Bonn. Y... 2007.08.15
5Simple viewUCLA Phonetics Y... 2007.03.12
4Simple viewChallenge to upenn phonetics/phonology Y... 2007.02.24
3Simple viewWhat kind of response are you expecting? New person/UPenn Y... 2007.02.24
2Simple viewthat of a reasonable academic, UPenn Y... 2007.02.24
1Simple viewUltimate knowledge. UPenn Y... 2007.03.02
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