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  • Geoffrey of Monmouth, Gaufridus Monemutensis, or Galfridus Arthurus (c. 1100 – c. 1155) was a British chronicler, poet and bishop, possibly of Breton descent
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  • Sir Sir Edward Hamley on seeing some old Colours of the 32nd Foot in Monmouth Church. "Regimental Colours, Banners, and Flags Past and Present", in the
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  • There is a river in Macedon; and there is also moreover a river at Monmouth;... and there is salmons in poth. Fluellen, scene vii O God! Thy arm
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  • Ernest Gemmell, David Genet, Jean Gennes, Pierre-Gilles de Geoffrey of Monmouth George II of Great Britain‎ George III of the United Kingdom George V of
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  • Depictions of the character began with Merlin Ambrosius in Geoffrey of Monmouth's Historia Regum Britanniae (c. 1136), based on an amalgamation of previous
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  • Alice of Monmouth: an Idyl of the Great War (1864), VII. The crystal-pointed tents from hill to hill. Edmund Clarence Stedman, Alice of Monmouth: an Idyl
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  • afterwards removed and the History of the Kings of Britain by Geoffrey of Monmouth put there in its place, just to see what would happen, the demons would
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  • at the shore, gone into the construction business just as the boom in Monmouth County was beginning...Didn't matter. Take your pick. Get betrayed by the
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  • Jack Ketch, George Frideric Handel, Count Pontchartrain, the Duke of Monmouth and a host of notable Enlightenment-era scientists and mathematicians.
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  • [Robyn Canmore shows up when Dingo and Matrix are talking] Robyn: Harry Monmouth, A.K.A. Dingo, you're under arrest. Dingo: Bounty hunter? Robyn: Just a
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  • actions. My passing wins you nothing, Ratonhnhaké:ton. Charles Lee rides to Monmouth to reveal the Patriots' plans. The Loyalists will destroy them. The revolution
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  • little help. Morgana: [to Uther] I am your daughter, after all. Geoffrey of Monmouth: By the power invested in me, I crown thee, Morgana Pendragon, Queen of
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