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Wise (The)

Albert II., Duke of Austria, called The Lame and Wise. (1289, 1330–1358.)

Alfonso X. (or IX.) of Leon, and IV. of Castile, called The Wise and The Astronomer. (1203, 1252–1285.)

Aben-esra, a Spanish rabbi, born at Toledo. (1119–1174.)

Charles V. of France, called Le Sage. (1337, regent 1358–1360, king 1364–1380.)

Che-tsou, founder of the fourteenth dynasty of China, called Hou-pe-lae (the model ruler), and his sovereignty The Wise Government. (1278–1295.)

Comte de las Cases, called Le Sage. (1766–1842.)

Frederick, Elector of Saxony. (1463, 1544–1554.)

John V. of Brittany, called The Good and Wise. (1389, 1399–1442.)

Nathan the Wise. A drama by Lessing, based on a story in the Decameron. (Day x., Novel 3.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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