Martini Cromeri ex tertio decimo libro de origine & rebus gestis Polonorum nonnulli loci dubii

Matthaeus

Vemortuicida strenuus

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Pietatis atque religionis ita fuit observans, ut non in postremis duceret, Iudaeos et Cumanos falsorum deorum cultores ad Christianam religionem adducere. Quod in Cumanis quidem assecutus est. Iudaeis autem cum neque minis, neque praemiis propositis persuadere posset, omnes proscripsit.

There are a few individuals with this name, but no single definition for this "people", I think. Could it be a sub-set of Jews?
 

Bestiola

Sciura Tigrina Croatica

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Pietatis atque religionis ita fuit observans, ut non in postremis duceret, Iudaeos et Cumanos falsorum deorum cultores ad Christianam religionem adducere. Quod in Cumanis quidem assecutus est. Iudaeis autem cum neque minis, neque praemiis propositis persuadere posset, omnes proscripsit.

There are a few individuals with this name, but no single definition for this "people", I think. Could it be a sub-set of Jews?
"The Cumans (or Kumans),[2] also known as Polovtsians or Polovtsy (plural only, from the Russian exonym Половцы),[3] were a Turkic[4][5][6][2] nomadic people comprising the western branch of the Cuman–Kipchak confederation. After the Mongol invasion (1237), many sought asylum in the Kingdom of Hungary, as many Cumans had settled in Hungary, the Second Bulgarian Empire playing an important role in the development of the state, and Anatolia before the invasion.[7][8][9]:2[10]:283"

 

Agrippa

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Ecce res minoris momenti:
Notas puto esse tibi, mi Matthaee, clarissimas illas choreas Polovetsianas (Половецкие пляски), quas Alexander composuit Borodin. Quae ducuntur in dramate musico cui nomen est "Princeps Igor":
 
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