Crivellari, Quae praecipue hausit Vergilius ex Naevio et Ennio (1889).
In 1899 began the publication in Teubner's series of Heronis Alexandrini opera quae supersunt omnia.
According to one common definition they were not: a true sovereign state was universitas quae non superiorem.
Field, Qrigenis Hexaplorum quae supersunt, &c.; A.
Tullii Ciceronis de republica quae supersunt appeared at Rome in 1822; Scriptorum veterum nova collectio, e vaticanis codicibus edita in 1825-1838; Classici scriptores e vaticanis codicibus editi in 1828-1838; Spicilegium romanum in 1839-1844; and Patrum nova bibliotheca in 1845-1853.
The fourth (perhaps the most important) book of Adam's History, variously entitled Libellus de Situ Daniae et reliquarum quae trans Daniam sunt regionum, Descriptio Insularum Aquilonis, &c., has often been considered, but wrongly, as a separate work.
A phrod., Ammonii, et aliorum de Fate quae supersunt (Zurich, 1824).
93," decimas quae sunt pauperum Dei."6 Pt.
Behrens, De Sulpiciae quae vocatur satira (1873); see also monograph by J.
Omnis enim auctoritas, quae vera ratione non approbatur, infirma videtur esse.
In 1713 Montfaucon edited Hexaplorum origenis quae supersunt, not superseded till the work of Field (1875); and between 1718 and 1738 he completed his edition of Joannis Chrysostomi opera omnia.
Antistio consulibus (55) natus est, sororem habuit Septumuleiam quae Fuscino (Sat.
1009 ("jejunia quatuor tempora quae imbren vocant").
1; Fiorillo, Herodis Attici quae supersunt (1801); A Biographical Notice of A.H.
quae vagabantur extra Decretum.
Decretales, quae vulgo nuncupantur Liber septimus Decretalium Clementis VIII.
conciliorum, quae ab episcopis rituum orientalium ab a.
Bruck, Quae veteres de Pelasgis tradiderint (Breslau, 1884); B.
Iulius regis Donni f (ilius) Cottius praefectus civitatium quae subscriptae sunt"- erected a triumphal arch in honour of Augustus in 9-8 B.C., which is still standing.
Clara quae celsi retinens olympi regni petisti.
Bene cognosci poterit, quo modo homines ibi vivant, quae sint differentiae inter vitam eorum et nostram et quae condiciones sint similes.
o viridissima virga, ave, quae in ventoso flabro sciscitationis sanctorum prodisti.
(Venice, 1 543); Trojanus Curtius published the two books on Floating Bodies in 1565 after Tartaglia's death; Frederic Cornmandine edited the Aldine edition of 1558, 4to, which contains Circuli Dimensio, De Lineis Spiralibus, Quadratura Paraboles, De Conoidibus et Spheroidibus, and De numero Arenae; and in 1565 the same mathematician published the two books De its quae vehuntur in aqua.
His ideas and experiments on the nature of minerals and other substances are voluminously set forth in his Physica Subterranea (Frankfort, 1669); an edition of this, published at Leipzig in 1703, contains two supplements (Experimentum chymicum novum and Demonstratio Philosophica), proving the truth and possibility of transmuting metals, Experimentum novum ac curiosum de minera arenaria perpetua, the paper on timepieces already mentioned and also Specimen Becherianum, a summary of his doctrines by Stahl, who in the preface acknowledges indebtedness to him in the words Becheriana sunt quae profero.
ad circumagendas molas quae trusatiles appellantur operam pistori locasset); and in this pistrinum he wrote three of his plays (the Saturio, the Addictus and another).
At once the malcontents presented their demands in a document known popularly as the Articles of the Barons, more strictly as Capitula quae barones petunt et dominus rex concedit.
2 Quoniam enim nulla pars se ipsam general; sed postquam generata est, se ipsam jam auget; ideo eam primum oriri necesse est, quae principium augendi contineat (sive enim planta, sive animal est, aeque omnibus inest quod vim habeat vegetandi, sive nutriendi), 3 simulque reliquas omnes partes suo quamque ordine distinguat et formet; proindeque in eader primogenita particula anima primario inest, sensus, motusque, et totius vitae auctor et principium."
Ita Cornua Ammonis, quae ex nautilorum numero habeantur, passim et forma et magnitudine (nam et pedali diametro aliquando reperiuntur) ab omnibus illis naturis discrepare dicunt, quas praebet mare.
Principes vero delectatione bonae famae largissimi, gens adulari sciens, eloquentiis in studiis inserviens in tantum, ut etiam ipsos pueros quasi rhetores attendas, quae quidem, nisi jugo justitiae prematur, effrenatissima est; laboris, inediae, algoris, ubi fortuna expedit, patiens, venationi accipitrum exercitio inserviens.
So it was in Sicily also; of all the tongues of Sicily French was the most needful in the king's court ("Francorum lingua quae maxime necessaria esset in curia," says Hugo Falcandus, 321); but it was not an official tongue.
Ernst, De Geometricis illis quae sub Boethii nomine nobis tradita sunt quaestiones, 1903; A.
Suarez maintains that, though the humanity of Socrates does not differ from that of Plato, yet they do not constitute realiter one and the same humanity; there are as many "formal unities" (in this case, humanities) as there are individuals, and these individuals do not constitute a factual, but only an essential or ideal unity ("ita ut plura individua, quae dicuntur esse ejusdem naturae, non sint unum quid vera entitate quae sit in rebus, sed solum fundamentaliter vel per intellectum").
In details his argument is not free from sophistical subterfuges and superficial reasoning.3 1 Field, Origenis Hexaplorum quae supersunt (2 vols., Oxon., 1867-1874).
Otto, Justini philosophi et martyris opera quae feruntur omnia (3rd ed.
While Augustine describes miracles as " contra naturam quae nobis est nota," Aquinas without qualification defines them as praeter naturam," " supra et contra naturam."
Hadrian's celebrated dying address to his soul may here be quoted: "Animula vagula, blandula, Hospes comesque corporis, Quae nunc abibis in loca Pallidula, rigida, nudula; Nec, ut soles, dabis jocos?"
Fisher's Latin works are to be found in the Opera Fisheri quae hactenus inveniri potuerunt omnia (Wiirzburg, 1595), and some of his published English works in the Early English Text Society (Extra series, No.
Burmeister, De fabula quae de Niobe ejusque liberis agit (Wismar, 1836); L.
325): " De scripturis his, quae appellantur apocryphae, pro eo quod multa in its corrupta et contra fidem veram inveniuntur a majoribus tradita non placuit its dari locum nec admitti ad auctoritatem."
In the edict creating this commission (known as Haec quae) Tribonian is named sixth, and is called "virum magnificum, magisteria dignitate inter agentes decoratum" (see Haec quae and Summa reipublicae, prefixed to the Codex.) When the commission of sixteen eminent lawyers was created in 5 3 o for the far more laborious and difficult duty of compiling a collection of extracts from the writings of the great jurists of the earlier empire, Tribonian was made president and no doubt general director of this board.
Moreover, Erigena again and again declares that dialectic has to do with the stadia of a real or divine classification: " Intelligitur quod ars ilia, quae dividit genera in species et species in genera resolvit, quae X dicitur, non ab humanis machinationibus sit facta, sed in natura rerum ab auctore omnium artium, quae verae artes sunt, condita et a sapientibus inventa " (De divisione naturae, iv.
The result was recorded in a formal manner by the Florentine Academy, sometime shortly before 1 535: "Quae, excusso.
The fundamental principles of hydrostatics were first given by Archimedes in his work H€pi rwv o ovpEvwv, or De its quae vehuntur in humido, about 250 B.C., and were afterwards applied to experiments by Marino Ghetaldi (1566-1627) in his Promotus Archimedes (1603).
Lastly, we possess a judicial text in 48 paragraphs, which bears the title of Notitia vel commemoratio de illa ewa (law), quae se ad Amorem habet.
8 nec sustinebo in his quae inique exercent, that is n tit: in 9 vindicans vindicabo: in 22 non parcet dextera mea super peccatores = ckio-erac. ...
Hagen, De Dosithei magistri quae feruntur glossis (1877).
Among his other works are: Le Imprese ed espeditioni di terra santa, &c. (Venice, 1627); De its quae veneta respublica ad Istriae oras gessit, &c. (in the Corner-Duodo collection of MSS.; De forma reipublicae venetae in MS. in the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris.
folio, and Ephraemi Syri opera omnia quae extant, Gr., Syr., et Lat., 6 vols.
ad Graecos auctores (5 vols., Leipzig, 1751-66) (the rest lies unprinted at Copenhagen); Oratorum Graec. quae supersunt (8 vols., Leipzig, 1770-73); App. crit.
Teulet, Einhardi ornnia quae extant opera (Paris, 1840-1843), with a French translation; P. Jaffe, in the Bibliotheca rerum Germanicarum, Band iv.
(iii) In Pliny's famous letter to Trajan respecting the Christians of Bithynia mention is made of two Christian maidservants "quae ministrae dicebantur"; whether ministrae is equivalent to &iLKOVOC, as is often supposed, is dubious.
Here again we may single out Capellus as a pioneer in criticism, in his Critica sacra sive de variis quae sacris V.
The lemma is enunciated as follows: " Quaestiones omnes, quae per sinus, tangentes, atque secantes absolvi solent, per solam prosthaphaeresim, id est, per solam additionem, subtractionem, sine laboriosa numerorum multiplicatione divisioneque expedire."
Balsam (Berlin, 1861); (6) the definitive Greek text of Heiberg (A pollonii Pergaei quae Graece exstant Opera, Leipzig, 1891-1893); (7) T.
-Of the whole work of Pappus the best edition is that of Hultsch, bearing the title Pappi alexandrini collectionis quae supersunt e libris manuscriptis edidit latina interpretatione et commentariis instruxit Fridericus Hultsch (Berlin, 1876-1878).
the court did not know how to adjudge because the wound was new, and then the defendant took issue and prayed the court that the maihem might be examined, on which a writ was sent to the sheriff to cause to come medicos chirurgieos de melioribus London, ad informandum dominum regem et curiam de his quae eis ex parte domini regis injungerentur (Year Book, 21 Hen.
begins: "Constituimus etiam ut Legionensis civitas, quae depopulata fuit a Sarracenis in diebus patris mei Veremundi regis, repopulatur per hos foros subscriptos."
Isti sunt fueros quae habuerunt in Naxera in diebus Sanctii regis et Gartiani regis."
His best known works are the Conciliator differentiarum quae inter philosophos et medicos versantur (Mantua, 1472; Venice, 1476), and De venenis eorumque remediis (1472), of which a French translation was published at Lyons in 1593.
But it must not be forgotten that it was his scientific curiosity as to the phenomena of the eruption of Vesuvius that brought his life of unwearied study to a premature end; and any criticism of his faults of omission is disarmed by the candour of the confession in his preface: nec dubitamus multa esse quae et nos praeterierint; homines enim sumus et occupati o„ciis.
Moreover the classics bear evidence to the sanctity with which sentiment surrounded the last kiss; Cicero, in his speech against Verres, saying "iliatres ab extremo complexu liberum exclusae: quae nihil aliud orabant nisi ut filiorum extremum spiritism ore excipere sibi liceret."
After dividing plants into flowerless and flowering, Ray says, "Floriferas dividemus in Dicotyledones, quarum semina sata binis foliis anomalis, seminal ibus dictis, quae cotyledonorum usum praestant, e terra exeunt, vel in binos saltem lobos dividuntur, quamvis eos supra terrem foliorum specie non efferunt; et Monocotyledones, quae nec folic bina seminalia efferunt nec lobos binos condunt.
Before entering on this, however, he wisely took the preliminary step of settling the more important of the legal questions as to which the older jurists had been divided in opinion, and which had therefore remained sources of difficulty, a difficulty aggra 1 See, for an account of the instructions given to the commission, the constitution Haec quae, prefixed to the revised Codex in the Corpus juris civilis.
Beside the De Rerum Natura, he wrote De Somno, De his quae in aere fiunt, De Mari, De Conietis et Circulo Lacteo, De usu respirationis, &c.
Nam et Herculanensis oppidi pars ruit dubieque stant etiam quae relicta sunt " (Nat.
Of the 341 papyri which have been unrolled, 195 have been published (Herculanensium voluminum quae supersunt (Naples, 1793-1809); Collectio altera, 1862-1876).
The first to publish a general collection of treaties was Leibnitz, whose Codex juris gentium, containing documents from 1097 to 5497, " ea quae sola inter liberos populos legum sunt loco " appeared in 1693, and was followed in 1700 by the Mantissa.
It was an early belief, which long survived among the Manichaean sects, that fish, being born in and of the waters, and without any sexual connexion on the part of other fishes are free from the taint which pollutes all animals quae copulatione generantur.
He says: " Qui omnia quae ad cultum deorum pertinerent diligenter retractarent et tanquam relegerent, sunt dicti religiosi ex relegendd," " men were called `religious from relegere, because they reconsidered carefully and, as it were, went over again in thought all that appertained to the worship of the gods."
omnibus inest vis legendi eadem quae in religioso."
70Ã‚° 51' (1774); Isaaci Newtoni Opera quae extant Omnia, with a commentary (5 vols.
Van Vloten's volume, published in 1862, Ad Benedicti de Spinoza opera quae supersunt omnia supplementum, is uniform with Bruder's edition, and contains the early treatise De deo et homine, the Treatise on the Rainbow, and several fresh letters.
Venerandis compactam elementis facem tibi, Domine, mancipamus: in qua trium copula munerum primum de impari numero complacebit: quae quod gratis Deo veniat auctoribus, non habetur incertum: unum quod de fetibus fluminum accedunt nutrimenta flammarum: aliud quod apum tribuit intemerata fecunditas, in quarum partibus nulla partitur damna virginitas: ignis etiam coelo infusus adhibetur " (Opusc. x.
Discussing the question whether a prince who becomes a cliens of another loses his majestas, he concludes that, unlike the tru i vassal, the cliens is not deprived of sovereignty: " Nihilominus in foederibus et pacis actionibus, quae inter principes aut populos societate et amicitia conjunctissimos sancientur; earn vim habet ut nec alter alteri pareat, nec imperet: sed ut alter alterius majestatem observare, sine ulla majestatis minutione teneatur.
The title of his "habilitationsschrift," Generalem analyseos applicationem ad ea quae geometriae altioris et mechanicae basis et fundaments sunt e serie Tayloria deducit Julius Plucker (Bonn, 1824), indicated the course of his future researches.
ii.) which inculcates the duty of celebrating litaniam, quae major ab omnibus appellatur.
The collected works of Newton were published in1779-1785by Dr Samuel Horsley, F.R.S., under the title Isaaci Newtoni Opera quae exstant Omnia.
Hermann, De causis turbatae apud Lacedaemonios agrorum aequalitatis (Marburg, 1834); C. Reuss, De Lycurgea quae fertur agrorum divisione (Pforzheim, 1878).
These analytical methods of research were well known to the second Monro in Edinburgh, and to his pupils, one of whom, William Alexander, wrote a thesis in 1790 entitled "De partibus corporis animalis quae viribus opii parent."
O viridissima virga, ave, quae in ventoso flabro sciscitationis sanctorum prodisti.
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