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Horatian satire tends to focus lightly on laughter and ridicule, but it maintains a playful tone.Generally, the tone is sympathetic and good humored, somewhat tolerant of imperfection and folly even while expressing amusement at it.Anthropologists have noted that scatological humor occurs in nearly every human culture.In some cultures and time periods, scatology is treated as vulgar or low-brow (for instance, the Victorian period in England).
See cycle and epic.: French law stating that the right of a king's son to inherit the French throne passes only patrilineally rather than matrilineally.However, under English law, a male descended from the English Queen can ascend to the throne.The differences between Salic and English Law regarding inheritance play a key part in Shakespeare's Henry V, in which King Henry must determine whether he can justly claim the throne of France.SAGA: The word comes from the Old Norse term for a "saw" or a "saying." Sagas are Scandinavian and Icelandic prose narratives about famous historical heroes, notable families, or the exploits of kings and warriors.Until the 12th century, most sagas were folklore, and they passed from person to person by oral transmission. The Icelandic sagas take place when Iceland was first settled by Vikings (930-1030 AD).