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37) [serue nequam omne debitum dimisi tibi quoniam rogasti me] Li: degn l esne wohfull eghuelc scyld forgeaf ic de fordon du bede mec
97) As he has pointed out, such allusions also appear in the meditative writings of St Hugh of Lincoln and Alexander Nequam.
113) Indeed, Nequam encouraged the devout to 'form before the eye of the mind the Mother of sweetness and the Son, sweetly embracing each other'.
18) Latin sources include Peter of Riga's Aurora, a verse paraphrase of the Bible; the satirical De Vita Monachorum attributed to Alexander Nequam and Speculum Stultorum of Nigel de Longchamps; as well as Godfrey of Viterbo's universal chronicle, the Pantheon.
Primum nequam et maledictis plena: moechationes, homicidia, falsa testimonia, fornicationes, desideria mala, magicae, medicamenta iniqua, furta, uanae superstitiones, rapinae, affectationes, fastidia, malitia, petulantia, cupiditas, impudica loquela, zelus, audacia, superbia, altitudo, uanitas.
also 1,8 At ille digitum a pollice proximum ori suo admouens et in stuporem attonitus 'tace, tace' inquit et circumspiciens tutamenta sermonis: 'parce', inquit, 'in feminam diuinam, nequam tibi lingua intemperante noxam contrahas.
Feci autem eam [nova translatio contra pessimam nequam Machumet haeresim] transferri a perito utriusque linguae viro magistro Petro Toletano.
Pagnino lee: <<Si flagellum est ab eo, occidat subito impium quipoenas innocentium subsannat>> 'Si el azote es de Dios, de muerte subitamente al impio que hace burla de las penas de los inocentes'; los Setenta: << Quia nequam homines, in magna morte erunt, sed iusti deridentur; en la Regia: Quoniam mali in morte indecenti, sed iusti deridentur>>.
Ita tu obtura aures tuas, et noli audire linguam nequam (Ecclesi.
216: "Tunc deinde spiritus nequam extemplo noxialibus verbis os sacrilegum tyranni conviciis semper armatus reseravit .
Reynolds carefully scrutinizes the principal treatises on grammar and rhetoric which influenced the teachers of the pueri in the twelfth century (Donatus, Alexander Nequam, William of Conches, and Peter Helias, for example), and it is this scrutiny, together with the implications of her commentaries on the glosses, which is most interesting.