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No deja de resultar llamativo que hacia el 398/400 el poeta Prudencio afirme en la narracion que realiza del martirio de San Fructuoso que gracias a su mediacion Tarraco se libraria de amenazas futuras: Olim tempus erit ruente mundo, /cum te, Tarraco, Fructuosus acri/soluet supplicio tegens ab igni (Prud.
Thus the book was undertaken at the initiative of Queen Sancha in AD 1055, but belongs to Fernando and Sancha, Petrus being the scribe, Fructuosus the illuminator.
Most often he is recognized as Petrus, the scribe, or as Fructuosus the painter, or an amalgam of the two.
If the colophon of Fernando's Book of Hours reached beyond the normal to honor the special talent of Fructuosus as pictor, such recognition may have justified a special prominence in the frontispiece as well.
Familia Especie Estado Cheirididae Cheiridium Durango insperatum Zacatecas Cheliferidae Juxtachelifer Tamaulipas fructuosus Durango Chelifer Tamaulipas cancroides Chemetidae Dinocheirus sp.
The seventh-century Spanish abbot and, later, archbishop, Fructuosus of Braga, warned his monastic audience against contact with women, even those women related to them, reminding them pointedly of Amnon and Thamar: "That none may assume that his chastity is safe in the presence of a woman related to him, let him remember how Thamar was corrupted by her brother Amnon when he pretended to be ill.
Fructuosus of Braga's seventh-century "General Rule for Monasteries" notes some of the problems that the entrance of families could pose, cautioning that families "may not hold converse together, except with the permission of the prior.
98) Fructuosus of Braga, Regula, 17; PL 87:1124; trans.
Finally, Juxtachelifer fructuosus Hoff 1956 was found in nests of two species of rats: (a) one deutonymph in the resting chamber of a N.
1 Illinichernes distinctus mexicana 5 2 Juxtachelifer fructuosus * albigula 5 1 mexicana 5 1 albigula 18 Larca chamberlini mexicana 5 2 Lechytia hoffi Muchmore 1975 lepida ?
35) (the bishop's lector, usually a slave; note that the daughter of the governor who tried the bishop Fructuosus had two Christian slaves in her familia); Letter of the Churches of Lyons and Vienne 1.