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receptaque 1
recepti 4
receptioni 1
receptis 23
receptisque 3
receptivas 1
recepto 14
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23 prudentibus
23 pugna
23 pugnam
23 receptis
23 repente
23 residuum
23 romam
William of Tyre
Historia rerum in partibus transmarinis gestarum

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receptis

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1 I, XX | charitate transcursa, summo mane receptis obsidibus, ad iter accinguntur. 2 III, VII | numerum possent recipere. Receptis igitur navibus, et in lacum 3 V, XIII| missisque frequentibus et receptis pariter nuntiis, utrinque 4 VII, XV | distulerunt negotium, ut receptis consortibus, qui eos subsequi 5 VII, XVII| Syriae praedictus exercitus, receptis his quos in eadem urbe repererant, 6 VIII, XVI | operam subtraxerant, nunc receptis animis et viribus geminatis 7 IX, VIII| injuncta pro delicti modo, receptis munitionibus et obsidibus, 8 IX, XII | divinitus confertur victoria, receptis divitiis innumerabilibus. ~ 9 X, XXII| quasi nonaginta; quibus receptis, dominus rex in bonam spem 10 XI, III | nihilominus adfuit. Quibus receptis, recensito nostrorum numero, 11 XI, V | auctore Domino, fortioribus receptis, hostes in fugam convertit. 12 XI, XIV | concessit. Classis vero receptis a domino rege donariis, 13 XI, XXV | fuerant insecuti. Quibus receptis, et comportatis ante se 14 XII, XIX | materia sustentari: deinde receptis artificibus, igne immisso, 15 XV, XII | honestissimam habens personam, receptis universis cum omni integritate 16 XIX, XXIV| Samosato. Quarta vix die receptis paulatim nostris, et peditum 17 XIX, XXIX| suis etiam nihilominus receptis, de universis Aegypti finibus 18 XIX, XXXI| XXXI. Rex victoria potitus, receptis suis universis, ad propria 19 XIX, XXXI| suis qui capti fuerant receptis, XII Kal. Septembris Ascalonam 20 XX, IV | nuntios fuerunt ordinata. Receptis ergo imperialibus litteris, 21 XX, XXI | in praesidium introire, receptis jam hostibus infra moenia, 22 XXI, VIII| civium traditione sine bello receptis, urbem Emissenam, quae dicitur 23 XXI, XII | Ipse tamen ex plurima parte receptis exercitibus, sed sinistro


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