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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dromond
Literary usage of Dromond
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Crusade of Richard I, 1189-92 by Thomas Andrew Archer (1889)
"... of the Saracen dromond. Itin. ii., c. 42. And so, having concluded these matters, Richard • According to the Itinerarium this should be Friday, ..."
2. The Crusade of Richard I. 1189-92: Extracts from the Itinerarium Ricardi by Thomas Andrew Archer (1900)
"Richard's voyage to Acre; the taking of the Saracen dromond. Ifin. ii., c. 42. And so, having concluded these matters, Richard * According to the ..."
3. The Crusade of Richard I, 1189-92: Extracts from the Itinerarium Ricardi by Thomas Andrew Archer (1888)
"Richard's voyage to Acre; the taking of the Saracen dromond. Itin. ii., c. 42. And so, having concluded these matters, Richard * According to the ..."
4. The Stories of the Kings of Norway Called the Round World (Heimskringla) by Snorri Sturluson (1895)
"laid the cutters under the dromond. Bare down on them then the heathen both ... Hewed then Erling and his rifts in the dromond, some below watermark, ..."
5. Ledger of Andrew Halyburton: Conservator of the Privileges of the Scotch by Andrew Halyburton (1867)
"... in the haill for Master Walter dromond at this tym is . . 53 It. 12 9. 6. Au 1499. ... dromond to Master John Broket in ..."
6. An Index to Bills of Privy Signet: Commonly Called Signet Bills, 1584 to by Great Britain Court of Exchequer, William Phillimore Watts Phillimore (1890)
"... warrant „ dromond, sir John, lease Dec. Dalston, sir John, warrant „ Drury, sir Robert, discharge „ Dent, Anthony, lease „ Drapers of London, grant Jan. ..."
7. Tales of the Teutonic Lands by Georges William Cox, Eustance Hinton Jones (1872)
"Now Thorstein dromond knew not of Angle's being in Tunsberg till after he had gone away ; but as ... Now Thorstein dromond had never in his life set eyes on ..."
8. The Crusades: The Story of the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem by Thomas Andrew Archer, Charles Lethbridge Kingsford (1894)
"The dromond was the largest of all, and was used to carry pilgrims—as the ... In war the dromond was used to carry arms, food, and the military machines. ..."