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The national sources appear to be presented in tail weight, except for Cabezon, Heterocarpus vicarius, which according to Martinez et al.
mention is made of senior clergy gathering in Ergeme (Edermis), together with Lords from Estonia and Livland, to draft a reply to Gediminas, the Lithuanian king: "Alle dengenen, de desse iegenwardige scrift ansen ofte horen, den wunschit und budet Hinrich, der Godes genaden provest, Ludfart, prior, und dat mene capitel der hilgen kerken van der Ryge, Arnold, pleban van Cokenhusen, an geistliken saken vicarius und an der stede des eraftegen an Christo vaders, heren Vredericus, des ersebishopis van der Ryge, broder Wessel, de prior der predekerer, broder Werner, de gardian der barvoten, und de rat der stades van der Ryge, ewich heil an Gode.
47) John Northbrooke, Spiritus est Vicarius Christi in Terra: A Treatise Against Dicing, Dancing, Plays, and Interludes with Other Idle Pastimes (London, 1577), 65.
Mais existaient des situations ou certains esclaves << privilegies >>--les esclaves vicaires--pouvaient agir comme un homme libre, sans etre affranchi pour autant, en vertu du principe << servus vicarius emit mancipioque accepit puellam >> (35) , signifiant que l'esclave vicaire accepte de facto les droits et devoirs de l'homme libre sans en obtenir le statut.
41) Oberman argues that Luther's understanding of the apocalyptic Day of Judgment began to coalesce around 1520 and that, "as the assiduous reader of Augustine and Bernard, Luther knew that after the first phase of persecutions in the Roman Empire, and the second phase of attacks by heretics assailing the Church from without, in the third phase the enemy would come from within, when the Antichrist would successfully disguise himself as the vicarius Christi.
Au fil d'une analyse de sources serree, Godthardt arrive a la conclusion que, contrairement a ce qui semblait acquis par la recherche, Marsile n'avait pas ete nomme << vicarius in spiritualibus >> par Louis.
By the 17th century the vicar, or the vicarius, was the one who acted instead of or as the substitute for the rich absentee incumbents - courtiers - who would claim the income of several parishes they had never even visited but paid cleric vicars a tenner a year for doing the work for them.
They added the Roman numerals in VICARIUS FILII, one of the Pope's titles, to obtain 666, the number of the Beast in Revelation 13:18.
In fact, the person, to whom this jurisdiction is transferred, is called the procurator, vicarius, substitute, or mandatarius, or even the trustee of an entrusting magistrate (1.
20) are not unknown before 1627, a search of the two available databases discloses only six instances in the 21,000 or so books published between 1473 and 1627--in John North-brooke's Spiritus Est Vicarius Christi in Terra (1577), in Sir John Harington's A New Discourse of a Stale Subject (1596), in Edmund Bolton's Elements of Armories (1610), in George Chapman's May Day (1611), in John Stephens's Essays and Characters (1615), and in Matthew Sutcliffe's Blessings of Mount Gerizzim (1625).
A hedgerow of bushes, brambles, and briers may have taken its cue from John Northbrooke's Spiritus est Vicarius Christi in terra.
The Pope as Vicarius Christi--sometimes speaking ordinarily, other times speaking extraordinarily, but acting always apostolically--proclaims this fullness of sacred truth with final authority.