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Originally posted by lilskeptical
when i looked up holy rule and ferdinand i was brought to 200 AD which dealt with the seven martyrs. Maybe we are in the wrong time period again.
Originally posted by razor1000
is this talking about the muslims or the jews?
and who were the Moors?
[edit on 11/1/2006 by razor1000]
It was also at this Council that a cardinal ventured to correct Sigismund’s Latin, to which Sigismund famously replied, Ego sum rex Romanus et super grammaticam ("I am the king of the Romans, and am superior to rules of grammar"). According to The Nuttall Encyclopaedia, this reply caused him to receive the nickname Super-Grammaticam.
Originally posted by scarecrow58
Hey, I might be completely wrong... But I don't think that on all the previous pages it said "On your path that is the path taken, tell me this," It just sounds a little strange... Does it perhaps have something to do with this one? (If that was written on the other pages I apologize)
Originally posted by kastinyque
the last answer had to do with WWI, Emperor Ferdinand's assassination is what sparked that war apparently, so possibly...........