„The Waleis…are even denser than Bavarian folk, though stout men with their weapons. Whoever is born in either land will blossom into a prodigy of tact and courtesy!“

—  Wolfram von Eschenbach, livro Parzival

Die sint tœrscher denne beiersch her,
unt doch bî manlîcher wer.
swer in den zwein landen wirt,
gefuoge ein wunder an im birt.
Bk. 3, st. 121, line 9; p. 72.


Die sint tœrscher denne beiersch her, unt doch bî manlîcher wer. swer in den zwein landen wirt, gefuoge ein wunder an im birt.


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