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Ye are friends and allies of our reverend father in God, Aymer, Prior of Jorvaulx,'' said the monk, without noticing the tone of De Bracy's reply; ``ye owe him aid both by knightly faith and holy charity; for what saith the blessed Saint Augustin, in his treatise De Civitate Dei ''
The Oromo and the Christian Kingdom of Ethiopia 1300-1700 could have indeed invited its author to perceive the identities less as those of 'peoples', but rather as both complementary and competing urban and rural civitates aligned with different religious and political dynamics.
Among their topics are about naked women and Adam's body: the Syriac-Christian Cave of Treasures as a source of Islamic storytelling, provinciae et civitates ecclesiis plenae: transformation of the civitates Indorum in the Apocryphal Acts and the liturgical commemoration of the Apostle Thomas, breaking the fast: the central moment of the Paschal celebration in historical context and diachronic perspective, encounters in the playground: Jewish and Christian children at play in Roman-Byzantine Palestine, and disciplina arcani: modern avatars of Christian ritual secrecy.
1), referred to by Pliny (4, 113) were, in the time of Augustus, civitates stipendiariae.
A este respecto, Duncan Jones (7) constato en el ano 1977 la existencia de numerosas inscripciones en piedra que contienen referencias de seguras o posibles fundaciones alimentarias publicas en 46 civitates italianas, siendo la fundacion mas conocida la de la ciudad de Veleia al norte de Italia, entre Parma y Piacenza (8).
Igualmente, el autor nos presenta la estructura administrativa (divisiones provinciales y conventuales, principales civitates, etc.
Las civitates surgen como agregacion de unidades politico-territoriales menores, los pagi, que se articulan a traves de las relaciones economicas, politicas y sociales en un territorio, transformando, creando y reforzando distintas escalas de identidad colectiva.
Leges memoria repetat, quod hae sunt quarum praesidio civitates regnaque conservantur.
Spread across two pages, and utilising an innovative style whereby the viewer gazes down upon the city from the west, the Cologne based mapmakers published this view of classical Rome as one of several in the first systematic atlas of town plans, their Civitates Orbis Terrarum.
Among the highlights of the collection are the Ptolemy Cosmographia, from 1482, and the six volumes of Civitates Orbis Terrarum - containing maps of cities of the world which took 46 years to make, concluding in 1618.
Among the highlights of the collection are the Ptolemy Cosmographia from 1482 and the six volumes of Civitates Orbis Terrarum - containing maps of cities of the world which took 46 years to make, concluding in 1618.