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A robustez do homem advem, portanto, dessas caracteristicas, as quais delineiam a producao e a manutencao de sujeitos viris.
19--Vtrique enim fortitudine et inbecillitate corporum separantur, Sed ideo virtus maxima viri, mulieris minor, ut patiens viri esset; scilicet, ne feminis repugnantibus libido cogeret viros aliud appetere aut in alium sexum proruere (ISIDORE OF SEVILLE, 1982-3, XI.
25) Vult cessante voluptate non contumelias et odium, sed dilectionem crescere (SEDULIO, Colossenses: 229B-C); Timebat enim, ne cessante in plerisque carnis officio, aut in mulieribus subjectio aut in viris cessaret charitatis affectus (ATTO, Colossenses: 636A).
En efecto, la obra de Valles continua una tradicion literaria muy antigua, la cual da origen al genero conocido como De viris illustribus.
Una se construye a partir de la Historiae ecclesiasticae de Eusebio de Cesarea y la otra sobre el De viris illustribus de san Jeronimo.
He posits that the frescoes in the Carrara palace, now mostly lost, reflected Petrarch's influence, especially through his work De Viris Illustribus a guide for virtuous behavior in rulers.
Monique Bouquet discusses Lhomond's De viris illustribus (containing biographies of famous Romans) in which this language is employed.
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.
Defender Adam Cooper, who has a viris, will not feature over the holiday games but Morton Titterton and Andy Smith should be fit.
Jerome devotes a brief notice to Pacian in De viris inlustribus 106, containing the splendid howler that Barcelona is in the Pyrenees and naming two works: Cervus (apparently a piece dealing with a pagan New Year festival which involved dressing up as stags and mentioned in the Address c.
Roman biographer and antiquarian whose writings include De viris illustribus ("Concerning Illustrious Men"), a collection of short biographies of celebrated Roman literary figures, and De vita Caesarum (Lives of the Caesars).
467 |principus placuisse viris non ultima laus est': Horace, Epistles, I.