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Varidaee, probati / dissimulare viri non est; nunquam ipsa simultas / mi placuit.
superstitiosus et immodicus quorundam affectus, qui summam pietatem esse ducunt vidisse Hierosolymam; et huc per tantum terrarum marisque spatia currunt senes episcopi, relicto grege, qui curandus erat, huc viri principes relicta familia ac dictione, huc mariti, relictis domi liberis et uxore, quorum moribus a pudicitiae necessarius erat custos, huc adolescentes et foeminae, non sine gravi discrimine morum et integritatis.
13) Nevertheless, the grace of God (`Dei gratia'), the greatness of the venerable man's (Willibald's) vision (`venerandique viri .
191d-192a: "Quicunque igitur ex promiscui generis viris portio sunt, quod olim Androgynum vocabatur, mulierosi sunt, & adulteria ab his vt plurimum perpetrantur.
Petrarch's De viris illustribus serves such a culture by illustrating male sexuality run rampant; Chaucer aligns himself with Boccaccio's De casibus virorum illustrium, with its defence of rhetoric and `strong prorepublican, antityrannical bias' (p.
Nam non solum Romae incontinentes sacerdotes et levitae ab altaris prohibeantur officio, sed etiam per vicinas circumquaque regiones et per omnem Tusciam, adiuvantibus monachis, viris religiosis et verbo praedicationis insudantibus.
Here, McKitterick shows that Frankish knowledge about the early church was both remarkably widespread and considerably dependent upon three texts: Rufinus's translation and edition of Eusebius's history; Cassiodorus's and Epiphanius's Historia tripartita, based on Socrates, Sozomen, and Theodoret; and the De viris illustribus of Jerome, continued by Gennadius, Isidore, and others.
157): "Et dum usque hodie Maronis ac Homeri inutiles fabulae a christianis viris lectitantur, cur non magis libet perscrutari dicta ac facta maiorum, ad quorum tumbas sedulo procumbimus, divinam clementiam implorantes, quatenus per intercessionem eorum qui iam sunt in caelo cum eo coronati nos, qui adhuc in dubio scammate assistimus, auxiliare ad gloriam sui triumphi dignetur?
Jerome used this classical trope in his introduction to de Viris Illustribus, also with reference to Eusebius.
Pictura agresti voluit Brant atque tabellis Edere eum indoctis rusticolisque viris.
The treatises are Adversus eos qui apud se habent virgins subintroductas (Against those men who have virgins living subservient to them) and Quod regulares feminae viris cohabitare non debeant (That women under ascetic rule ought not cohabit with men).