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According to legend, Albertus Magnus is said to have discovered the philosopher's stone and passed it to his pupil Thomas Aquinas, shortly before his death.
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According and legend
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According to a version of the Ariadne legend noted by Plutarch, Theseus abandoned Ariadne at Amathousa, where she died giving birth to her child and was buried in a sacred tomb.
According to the legend, it was where festive Adonia took place, in which athletes competed in hunting wild boars during sport competitions ; they also competed in dancing and singing, all to the honour of Adonis.
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According to the Aztec legend, Aztlán is a region ; Chicano nationalists have equated it with the Southwestern United States.
According to legend, the cross was erected over the kistvaen ( burial chamber ) of Childe the Hunter, who was Ordulf, son of Ordgar, an Anglo-Saxon Earl of Devon in the 11th century.
According to a legend, it is derived from the Forefather Čech, who brought the tribe of Czechs into its land.
According to the New American Bible, a Catholic Bible translation produced by the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, the story of the Nephilim in Genesis 6: 1-4 " is apparently a fragment of an old legend that had borrowed much from ancient mythology ", and the " sons of God " mentioned in that passage are " celestial beings of mythology ".
According to a Sinhalese legend, Kandyan dances originated 250 years ago, from a magic ritual that broke the spell on a bewitched king.
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According to legend, the publication of his poem Hymn to the Pillory caused his audience at the pillory to throw flowers instead of the customary harmful and noxious objects and to drink to his health.
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According to a Jewish legend, one of the Essenes, named Menachem, had passed at least some of his mystical knowledge to the Talmudic mystic Nehunya ben HaKanah, to whom the Kabbalistic tradition attributes Sefer HaBahir and, by some opinions, Sefer HaKanah, Sefer HaPeliah and Sefer HaTemunah.
According to the legendary account in the Kojiki, Emperor Jimmu would have been born on 13 February 711 BC ( the first day of the first month of the Chinese calendar ), and died, again according to legend, on 11 March 585 BC ( both dates according to the lunisolar traditional Japanese calendar ).
According to one version of the legend, Chūai's son was born three years after the death of Chūai, which lends further support to the notion that the stories surrounding him are based on myth rather than actual events.
According to legend, Dolley Madison was referred to as " First Lady " in 1849 at her funeral in a eulogy delivered by President Zachary Taylor.
According to the Polish Kabbalist, " the legend was known to several persons, thus allowing us to speculate that the legend had indeed circulated for some time before it was committed to writing and, consequently, we may assume that its origins are to be traced to the generation immediately following the death of R. Eliyahu, if not earlier.
According and Albertus
According to legend, the 13th-century scientist and philosopher Albertus Magnus is said to have discovered the philosopher's stone and passed it to his pupil, Thomas Aquinas, shortly before his death circa 1280.
According to Albertus Strepa, count Hujd entered Galicia in 1236 with a small Hungarian army in order to enter the service of Daniel of Galicia, and was rewarded with lands that his descendents settled.
According and Magnus
According to this account, Magnus I of Norway ( reigned 1034 – 1047 ) visited the court of Harthacnut in Denmark, received with all official honors.
According to Snorri Sturluson's Heimskringla, he was named Magnus ( Magnús in Old Norse ) by Sigvatr Þórðarson, his father's Icelandic skald, after Charlemagne, Carolus Magnus in Latin.
According to Johannes Magnus, Magog migrated to Sweden ( via Finland ) 88 years after the flood, and one of his sons was the first king of Sweden.
According to the Orkneyinga Saga, Magnus had a reputation for piety and gentleness, and was rejected by the Norwegians, refusing to fight in a Viking raid in Anglesey, Wales, because of his religious convictions, instead staying on board his ships during the Battle of Menai Strait, singing psalms.
According to the Heimskringla, Magnus had his longship dragged across the isthmus north of Kintyre in 1093 as part of his campaign.
According to Magnus Londen's article, young Holger Svedlin was sent off to an orphanage for one year at age nine.
According to Magnus Londen, the time in theatre training was both a joyous time when Holger was able to exert his gregarious side — he loved being the centrepiece of all social activity — but it was also darkened by his sense of lacking a real, and significantly credible, identity.
According to Magnus Londen's article he would even play into these rumours himself at times stating that he had arrived in Finland along with a band of Spanish soldiers, being their mascot, and that his actual name was " La Plata ".
According to Magnus Londen, the investigation report archived in the police archive in Helsinki states that the brothers had been listening to music while Ior was dancing and playing with a gun.
According to Magnus Londen, the stories told by Ior Svedlin during his guided tours gradually evolved in a bizarre direction, resulting into a conflict with his employer.
According to Snorri Sturluson, in his Heimskringla, King Magnus, son of King Harald Sigurtharson, who was the half brother of Saint King Olaf Haraldsson, died from ergotism shortly after the Battle of Hastings.
According to 18th-century Swedish Master of Philosophy Magnus Boræn, Sune was also Duke of Östergötland ( at a time when the use of such a title is not known in Sweden ).
According to Saxo Grammaticus, Ragnvald was murdered by supporters of Magnus, who then won the realm (" imperium ") as King of Sweden.
According to Coxeter, the transformation by inversion in circle was invented by L. I. Magnus in 1831.
According to Magnus, the / r / sets the word in motion, especially after a / t / so a ' tamp ' is in one place, but a ' tramp ' goes for a walk.
According to Olaus Magnus, there were many books written with runes in important Swedish religious centres, such as Skara and Uppsala, before the Reformation.
According to the " Old Queen " ( Alessandra ) of Armand's coven in Paris, Magnus was 300 years old when he made Lestat.
According to the current view, this refers to the usurper Joannes ( r. 423 – 425 ), while according to the supporters of the traditional view, it indicates the gate's construction as a free-standing triumphal arch in 388 – 391 to commemorate the defeat of the usurper Magnus Maximus ( r. 385 – 388 ), and which was only later incorporated into the Theodosian Walls.
According to Anonymous IV, " Magister Leoninus ( Léonin ) was the finest composer of organum ; he wrote the great book ( Magnus Liber ) for the gradual and antiphoner for the sacred service.