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(1555) [MARC] [MARC] Author: Olaus Magnus
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366        DE BELLIS GLACIALIB.

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De externis exemplis.


CAP. IX.

                                        ITERVM exurgit mirabile facinus in simili casum navium
                                        trahendarum, prout in Reginonis historia refertur, videlicet
Normanni traxere naves.                                         Nortmannos duorum millium passibus naves per
                                        terram traxisse, vt Burgundiam spoliarent, & Parisios: &
Sequana.                                         demum in Sequanam immersisse. Præterea Iustinus volumine
                                        XXXII. asserit, Regis Colchorum ministros, Argonautas
                                        raptores filiæ, insequentes, naves suas humeris
                                        propriis per juga montium vsque ad littus Hadriatici maris
                                        transtulisse. Si vero iidem equestres Colchi bellare contendunt,
Damianus a Goës eques Lusitanus. tunc indisciplinata multitudine, ac clamorem concurrunt, quemadmodum
Damianus a Goës Lusitanus, Indianarum rerum fidelis scriptor, in Aethiopum præliis
fieri attestatur: qui etiam, vbi ceciderint equo, sicut Parthi, & Moschovitæ prædicti,
Aethiopes. fuga non evadunt, impediente cursum fluxa, longaque veste ad pedes vsque deducta.
Indi. Præterea non pauca loca reperiuntur in Septentrionalibus regnis, in quibus
Parthi. incolæ, vt arceant hostilem classem, modico collium spatio naves attrahere, & inimicis
Moschi. opponere solent, præcipue circumquaque per regiam Holmensem, vbi salsi maris,
Aquæ salsæ atque dulces commixtæ. atque aquæ recentis plures sinus sunt: per quos, si providi cives sunt, facilime hostes
opprimere, vel abigere possunt. Loca autem ea voleris hic taceo, ne innotescant
inimicis: qui cum ea inciderint, insidiasque posuerint, plus sibi, quam adversariis
Insidiatores propriis pereunt dolis. nocuisse deprehendent, prout superius de militaribus cautelis discretius est notatum.
Natura tamen Moschorum, veluti & Parthorum est, levibus armis, & equorum
celeritate prædam abripere, & fugam intendere, dum forti animo cataphractos
Mos Parthorum & Moschorum. habentes equos, potius pugnam decernere, quam accipitrum instar hostem evolando
senre contendant. Vbi vero classe, lembis, scaphis, vel myoparonibus agendum
est, mira celeritate regnicolæ vti solent, vt opportunis locis Moschos, Russosque spoliis
omnibus exutos interimant, vel in fugam convertant, vel captos arcibus vicinis dura
servitute premendos includant, aut persequi non desinant, donec consumantur
in fuga, vel sese loco munitos defendentes, ad turpem
deditionem (tam etsi efferate resistant) compellere
possint. Eoque modo expectata securitas
reducitur ad incolarum
diuturnam tranquillitatem.
De modo

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