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San Matteo: ecclesia est sancti evangelisti Matthaei, noviter a Leone X facta titulus cardinalis, in qua habitant fratres Heremitani sancti Augustini, ad quam nuper imago Virginis, de insula candiae furata, cum miraculorum gloria translate est .
The church of Santa Croce in Rome is home to a treasure trove of relics, including a large reliquary (far left) containing fragments from the True Cross and the Titulus Crucis (left), the panel identifying the condemned man.
34 ("secundus titulus quo in hoc cambio lucrari potest, est maior aestimatio pecuniae in loco, ubi datur quam ubi redditur").
That the word is a direct quote is perhaps also indicated by its placement on a titulus (engraved plaque), like the fine from Virgil at the top of the fresco; the reference to Jupiter is made on a banner, a means of communication that normally expressed allegiance or affiliation.
She is said to have levelled the Temple of Venus in Jerusalem in order to excavate the Holy Sepulchre from which she retrieved the wood of Christ's cross and his titulus.
Officij, super libro Neapoli impresso, cui titulus Principij d'una scienza nuova etc.
Criminals had their offences written on a titulus (placard) that was attached to a thin pole and which was in its turn nailed to the middle section of the patibulum.
As a lecturer on symbolic art in religion, Wright makes sure his crosses are painstakingly detailed with the titulus crucis, or title of the cross, translating to ``Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews,'' written out in Hebrew, Greek and Latin.
Jesus was executed because the Roman governor believed him to be a messianic claimant with political aims ("the King of the Jews," as the titulus over the cross puts it) and therefore subversive.
Quibus ex verbis colligeramus et Sophocli tragoediam scriptam fuisse cui Niptra titulus esset, et eandem latinam (sicuti veteres solebant) a Pacuvio esse factam: qua in tragoedia argumentum contineretur reducis Ulyssis quem ibi deinde Telegonus filius ignotum ignotus pastinacae aculeo, sicuti scribit Oppianus [Opp.
From the sixth until the eleventh centuries, some images of Pilate are "revisionist"--they are based on older models but interject new readings into the prefect's role in the trial and Passion of Christ, while other images, particularly in the twelfth century, introduce totally new iconographies, such as Pilate and the titulus (201-04), Pilate asked to guard the sepulcher (208-10), the release of Barabbas (210-15) and the Ecce Homo (220-26).
3019 (Erasmus to Damian a Goes [21 May, 1535]): "Prodiit et alius libellus cui titulus, Cicero relegatus, et Cicero ab exilio revocatus, qui tamen me non magnopere petit.