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lt;<Patria o mei creatrix, patria o mea genetrix, ego quam miser relinqueus, dominos ut erifugae famuli solent, ad Idea tetuli nemora pedem, ut aput niuem et ferarum gelida stabula forem et earum omnia adirem furibunda latibula, ubinam aut qoibus locis te positam, patria, reor?
A devotee could see the Goddess under so many disguises, as provider of food, of great creatrix of the world.
56) Both interpretations are far from incompatible; in fact, while they are argued on the basis of contemporaneous texts -- Sannazaro's Arcadia as well as the Hypnerotomachia -- an association of Venus with Tellus mater and primum natura creatrix can be found in the common intertext for both Renaissance compositions, which is the De rerum natura.
Sapientia surge aqui como creatrix, no como movimiento inmovil que ordena el mundo desde las alturas o modela el mundo naciente con sus manos todopoderosas.
Charicleia exactly resembles Andromeda, the first creatrix of Ethiopia, who was also offered as a human sacrifice by her parents, and would have been killed but for Perseus' arrival; but now, instead of the primal (63) crime repeating itself, Charicleia's father rejects the custom of human sacrifice.
49: "Ad secundum dicendum, quod ex hoc ipso quod quidditati esse attribuitur, non solum esse, sed ipsa quidditas creari dicitur: quia antequam esse habeat, nihil est, nisi forte in intellectu creantis, ubi non est creatura, sed creatrix essentia.
Et lux beata trinitas tres unum trinum unio imperialis unitas in trium contubernio quo vivis et regnas benedicta creatrix et gubernatrix omnium et nunc et semper et per infinita seculorum secula amen.