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The products of their intense collaboration includes the anthologies Filosofi italiani del Quattrocento (1942) and La disputa delle arti nel Quattrocento (1947); the edition and translation of Pico's De hominis dignitate, Heptaplus, De ente et uno e scritti vari (1942), Disputationes adversus astrologiam divinatricem (1946), and Coluccio Salutati's De nobilitate legum et medicinae, De verecundia (1947).
Annuntiantis persona est sanctorum prophetarum chorus, qui summo sacerdoti ante indignationem annuntiant desperationis Judaeorum mala, non odio, neque mala voluntatc, sed verecundia erga beneficum, confitentes quidem illorum peccata, sed misericordiam nihilominus pro eis postulantes.
Departing from the Vulgate, which reads that women should be adorned "cum verecundia et sobrietate" -- " with modesty and sobriety," Erasmus in his New Testament prefers a Hieronymian approach: "cum verecundia & castitate.
52) The quality of purity of mind [honestas mentis] consists in large measure of rimordimento and vergogna; or, in his Latin, verecundia and pudicitia, shame and modesty.
The three signs of honestas mentis arc conversatio extrinseca, verecundia and pudicitia (Ibid.
Aquila, [LANGUAGE NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] tsamatech; Simachus, [LANGUAGE NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] quod nos exprimere possumus, taciturnitatem tuam, quod taceri debeat prae verecundia.
166: "dignitas est alicuius honesta et cultu et honore et verecundia digna auctoritas" ("Rank is the possession of a distinguished office which merits respect, honour, and reverence," in Hubbell's translation).