- Pierre [pyer] /pyɛr/, Abélard.
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Abailard at the time was nearly thirty-eight, Héloïse not quite eighteen.
The Jewish cemetery is situated behind the monument of Hloise and Abailard.Old and New Paris, v. 1
Henry Sutherland Edwards
Abailard fared no better at Rome than at Sens. His defeat was ratified by that authority from which there is no appeal.Pope Adrian IV
When Héloïse was in her convent there could have been no such meditation, yet, she loved Abailard as fervently as before.