Foucault's Pendulum by Umberto Eco|
|283||The Traditio Templi postulates, independently, the tradition of a templar knighthood, a spiritual knighthood of initiates [ ].|||
|405 & 595||"On 25 Brumaire of the year III, the Convention authorized its Comité d'Instruction Publique to have the complete works of Bacon printed. And on 18 Vendémiaire of the same year the same Convention had passed a law providing for the construction of a house of arts and trades that would reproduce the House of Solomon as described by Bacon..." [versus] "The Conservatoire was open, with its white forecourt, the plaque on the facade: 'Conservatorire des Arts et Métiers, established by decree of the Convention on 19 Vendemiaire, Year III..."||[inconsistency]|
|512||Why didn't they turn up sooner? "|
"Belbo! Think what a depressed area that was after the battle of Lepanto.
| [Words of one speaker in a dialogue.]|
|540||...the passengers milled anxiously along the tracks; the bomb squad atrived.||arrived|
|574||The foam began to detach itself from them, to assume ameboid shape.||amoeboid|