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Among their topics are the economic foundations of San Lorenzo: the early development of the mensa capitularis 1050-1350, whether the altarpieces of San Lorenzo memorialize the martyr or accommodate the parishioners, face to face with the angels: the early sculpted friezes 1446-50, sacred space and architecture in the patronage of the first Grand Duke of Tuscany: Cosimo I and the consolidation of the Medici Dynasty, and in search of litterae humaniores: presences and absences in the readership of the Biblioteca Laurenziana.
El sentido literal verdadero es aquel qui primo per verba intenditur, sive proprie dicta sive figurate[TM], esto es, el sentido de las palabras usadas; o, con el lenguaje del Aquinate, una ingelligentia litterae (31).
The Greek alphabet was transmitted to the Romans through the Etruscan language; words dealing with writing include elementum (earlier meaning 'letter of the alphabet') and litterae, 'writing' (originally derived from Greek diphthera (SipOepa, Si^Oepa 'skin', a material on which people wrote).
There is recurrent emphasis throughout this petition on the value of litterae, "letters": a term which connotes at once alphabetic letters, literacy and writing, as well as literature and literary learning, sacred and secular.
Un paseo por los bosques de la escritura: una entrevista de Antonio Gastillo Gomez", Litterae.
The collection appears as Volume 34 of the innovative linguae & litterae series published by the School of Language and Literature of the Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies and edited by Peter Auer, Gesa von Essen, and Werner Frick.
Using the Litterae tool, (3) Alves & Vale (2011) describe target text revisions by grouping macro translation units into three different macro TU categories on the basis of the translation process phase in which the translator modifies the translation units: P1--a macro translation unit that contains micro units processed
Other portraits in this gallery included medals of Giralomo Savonarola and Andrea Gritti and an image of Duke Ludovico Sforza of Milan presenting a book of donations to the prior of Santa Maria dell Grazia in the Litterae ducales donationis ad monasterium Sanctae Mariae Gratiarum dating between 1499 and 1541 and on loan from the Pierpont Morgan Library in New York.
Na cerimonia da sua tomada de posse como presidente da Academia (Novembro de 2012), Ivano Dionigi chamou a atencao para o facto de que a intencao de Sua Santidade era estimular, nao apenas a Igreja, mas as Universidades, a "reacenderem" o estudo da lingua latina e a "acolherem a abundante e multiforme sabedoria dos antigos, que nao raras vezes esta em consonancia com a renovacao da cultura e do pensamento introduzida pelo Cristianismo": "Quin Litterae Apostolicae easdem institutiones hortantur ad recipiendam copiosam ac multiformem veterum sapientiam nonnumquam Christianae novitati consonam" (Latinitas, s.
Retomando el relato "La rosa de Paracelso", cuya anecdota traza en tanto exemplum un relato de aprendizaje, Lema-Hincapie desea ver en Johannes Grisebach, el discipulo del alquimista Paracelso lo que una gran parte de la critica borgesiana ha hecho, cuando pretende destruir la rosa para convertirla en ceniza, es decir, ver como "el corpus borgesiano se ha visto como litterae destruentes como literatura diluyente--hacia realizaciones de la cultura humana, como lo es la filosofia" (p.
Si bien toda actividad intelectual posee preambulos morales, igualmente cierto es que, a traves de la educacion y el estudio de las bonae litterae, el caracter se hace bueno y tiende naturalmente hacia lo mejor.