nuptialis

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Un essai de traduction"; Perrine Galand, "Les precepts matrimoniaux de Jakob Micyllus (De officio uxoris) entre morale et elegie"; and Beatrice Mesdhjian-Charlet, "Cento nuptialis a loanne Aloysio Caroleto per matrimonium suum compositus et a Perrina Galando recitatus.
Concerning the duration of the song, the range in both groups is also comparable and covers four orders of magnitude, extending from less than 10 ms in Andreiniimon nuptialis to 100 s in some song forms of Ducetia japonica (Thunberg, 1815).
El reverso literario de la obra de Proba pertenece, curiosamente, tambien al siglo IV; es el Cento Nuptialis de Ausonio, otro rompecabezas, "armado" con el mismo material: la obra de Virgilio, pero con finalidad ideologica tan contrapuesta, que su autor se disculpa, dos veces, por haber degradado la poesia del mas grande escritor romano hasta convertirlo en un impudico (26).
Attamen, si in aliquo casu consensus nuptialis, qui utpote unica et absolute necessaria <<causa efficiens>> matrimonii <<nulla humana potestate suppleri valer>>, reapse deficiens sit, idem Supremus Legislator Canonicus, cum congruentia inter iuridicam condicionem et veritatem obiectivam circa stamm personarum multum conferat ad salutem animarum, <<quae in Ecclesia suprema semper lex esse deber,>> (can.
Petschenig, CSEL 62 (Vienna, 1919), 134: "quasi interesset ipsis Christi et ecclesiae nuptialis copulae sacramentis, ita tripudiat et gaudet.
Ausonius's Cento Nuptialis "rips" from the Aeneid to narrate a wedding story that moves from pageantry to pornography, artfully rearranging Virgilian depictions of the bloody battlefield and the fluidity of the epic landscape to describe how the blushing bride is terrorized by her brutal deflowering.
Wade's Triumphus Nuptialis Danicus (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1996) and Helen Watanabe-O'Kelly's Court Culture in Dresden (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2002) being but two standards of excellence.
Statius's Epithalamium in Stellam et Violentillam certainly, though Ausonius's Cento nuptialis was an experimental piece that did not belong to the genre.
Gabrielis Paverii Fontanae ad Antonium Guidobonum ducalem apud Venetos oratorem nuptialis celebratio.
Not that such inferences are always impossible; the fact that similar bits of Vergil are used in obscene contexts may be evidence that Ausonius' Cento Nuptialis was read in Africa by Luxorius (Anth.
An early example is Decimus Magnus Ausonius' Cento nuptialis , a patchwork in which lines of Virgil are pieced together to form a shockingly explicit account of the consummation of a marriage.