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The capacity of use was held by the one who had status libertatis, status civitatis, and status familiae, therefore he was a free man, citizen (quirit, cives romanum) and was not in the power of a pater familias.
1017C-1017D: "Deus omnipotens, in cujus honorem altare sub invocatione tui consecramus, clemens et propitius preces nostrae humilitatis exaudi, et praesta, ut in hanc mensam sint tibi libamina accepta, sint grata, sint pinguia, ut Spiritus sancti tui semper rore perfusa; ut omni tempore in hoc loco supplicantis tibi familiae tuae anxietates releves, aegritudines cures, preces exaudias, vota suscipias, desideria confirmes, postulata concedas, per Dnm.
Ordines, familiae, tribi, genera, sectiones, species, varietates, formae et combinationes novae a Prof.
40, where the narrator dwells on the impediments to the historian who wishes to write a true account of events caused by the accounts given by noble families in laudes funebres and inscriptions: uitiatam memoriam funebribus laudibus reor falsisque imaginum titulis, dum familiae ad se quaeque famam rerum gestarum honorumque fallente mendacio trahunt (Liv.
Simplicius Summus Pontifex Romulo Augusto Imperatori et familiae salutem dicit (Babelfish engaged): 1, Simplicius, greet you and your family, Romulus Augustus.
Nonostante sia legitfimo credere che dopo il 1633 non siano state pubblicate altre ristampe, sconcerta una nota inedita di Giovan Francesco Busenello del 16 aprile 1641, inclusa nel volume manoscritto De Ponae familiae nobilitate historicum documentum assembrato da Ogniben Rigotti, in cui il letterato veneziano ringrazia Pona per avergli inviato l'opera in latino intitolata XII Caesares, quibus amicorum accessere epigrammata (1641) (15) e coglie l'occasione per chiedergli una copia della Lucerna non alterata dai correttori.
Among the most popular composers and works that Jean-Pierre Pinson identifies are the Messes Royales of Henry Du Mont, the works of Francois de la Feillee, Guillaume-Gabriel Nivers (selected parts of his Graduale Romanum (1697) were translated into Huron), the Officium Sanctissimae Familiae from Quebec Seminary (1701), and a work of uncertain origins (p.
Paroecia ulterius dividitur in tot cellulas sanctas, quae sunt familiae christianae, quas vocare possumus, exemplum Sanctorum Patrum secuti, velut minusculas Ecclesias" (ibid.
This is testified by numerous examples in numismatic, painted, printed, and sculpted form, such as Camilla's dress in Botticelli's Uffizi panel, Camilla and the Centaur, dated after 1482, and Giuseppe Allegrini's graphic series of the Medici family, Chronologica Series Simulacrorum Regiae Familiae Mediceae, published in 1761.
Vicecomitum Estensisque familiae veteris affinitatis diuturnae amicitiae ac mutui presidii memoria.