In 1835 Fahlcrantz brought out the first part of his epic of Ansgarius, which was completed in 1846, in 14 cantos.
Ansgarius, St., supposed to have been the compiler of the Biblia Pauperum, 94.
But for Ansgarius the little traffic that came their way was an inexhaustible source of excitement.
And you would be an Ansgarius and introduce Christianity on the skerry?
"Three phaetons are coming with townspeople in them," said Ansgarius, and dismounted with an abashed air.
Ansgarius pinned his faith to what he found in his book; and there it was nothing but war after war.
Ansgarius was a clever boy, who had all his dates at his fingers' ends; but he had no idea of the meaning of time.