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Caelum

(see -lŭm) (Chisel) A small inconspicuous constellation in the southern hemisphere near Orion, the brightest stars being of 4th magnitude. Abbrev.: Cae; genitive form: Caeli; approx. position: RA 4.5h, dec –40°; area: 125 sq deg.

Caelum

[′sē·ləm]
(astronomy)
A southern constellation, right ascension 5 hours, declination 40°S. Abbreviated Cae. Also known as Chisel.
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We hear a shout going up to heaven (in caelum clamore sublato), a gasping of the pagans at the sight of such a miracle (gentiles stupere miraculo), and the monks weeping for joy (monachi flere prae gaudio).
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Ascendente autem superbia prauorum quasi culmine turris nefandae ad caelum, ae quum est ut conditor caeli descendens destruat unanima coeptamalignorum, et hoc eis primum beneficii conferat, ne ualentes implere manus eorum quod coeperant, grauius in aeternum damnentur.
Yet another famous phrase reads, Fiat justitia, ruat caelum.
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