By Pierre Chantraine
En 1999, une nouvelle édition réunissait en un seul quantity compact (17 x 22 cm, reliure souple) les four tomes de l'édition originale (1968-1980) et un supplément de seventy eight pages de ce grand classique du catalogue Klincksieck. Les réimpressions successives ont altéré l. a. lisibilité de certains caractères (effacements progressifs de lettres ou graisse rendant difficile l. a. lecture des accents, esprits et signes diacritiques). C'est une composition entièrement refaite avec soin et une nouvelle mise en web page sur grand layout qui sont proposées ici aux lecteurs (étudiants, chercheurs mais aussi curieux) dans le yet d'en faire un outil maniable, pratique et résistant (grandes marges, double colonnes, reliure pleine toile velours noir et jaquette), enrichi d'un nouveau supplément.
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De Rouclif that dates back to my first reading the case in 1983. I returned to it nearly a decade later when I transcribed and translated the case for teaching purposes and subsequent publication. Since then I have used it with a range of final-year undergraduates and master’s students. Their contributions to discussion over the years have been invaluable. I am most grateful to Prof. Mark Ormrod, my current head of department, for helping me find the opportunity to put my thoughts to paper and for specific advice about the Privy Seal office.
46 But the story does not end here. Ellen de Rouclif, Alice’s mother made courageous efforts to regain custody of her daughter, and hence to release her from Sir Brian, even taking her cause before the king in council. On the basis of her appeal, letters were issued under the privy seal addressed to Sir Brian. Before Christmas 1365 she also involved Lord de A L IC E DE ROU C L I F 27 Percy, presumably Henry Percy, third lord of Alnwick, hoping that his intervention would help secure the return of her daughter.
In practice there was precious little scope for twelve-year-old girls to repudiate marriages their parents or guardians had arranged for them and, even had she so wanted, Alice had little opportunity to repudiate hers prior to her abduction. 39 It follows that from the point of view of the local aristocracy, the spousals were perhaps understood to constitute a de facto marriage. What was contentious here was not so much the earlier contract or spousals but rather whether she affirmed it. This could have been done either by a simple verbal affirmation before witnesses or, as seems to have been both the norm and expected, by allowing the relationship to be physically consummated.
Dictionnaire étymologique de la langue grecque : Histoire des mots by Pierre Chantraine