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fenestella

fenestella, 2
1. A small glazed opening in a shrine to afford a view of the relics.
2. A small niche above a piscina or credence.
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LITERATURA RENACENTISTA: 33 CITAS Actas judiciales (Avila) 1 Alberti, Leandro 1 Almeida, Luis 1 Brusonio, Lucio Domicio 1 Cartas del Japon 1 Crinito, Pedro 1 Erasmo 1 Fenestella, Lucius 1 Fernandez, Gonzalo 1 Fulgoso, Batista 2 Jovius, Paulus 1 Marsilio, Paulo 1 Mexia, Pedro 1 Nauclero 2 Pio V (Papa) 1 Rivadeneira, Pedro de 1 Rodigio, Celio 4 Sabellicus, Marco 2 Senensis, Franciscus 1 Tritemio, Juan 1 Valerian, Juan Pedro 4 Francisco Javier 1 Vilella, Gaspar 1 Volateranus, Raphael 1
En Fenestella confessionis el erotismo es arrastrado en esa confusion de fuerzas antagonicas, se puede hablar de un erotismo de muerte, el hermano Nestor busca la superacion de su ser individual, su suicidio no significa aniquilamiento sino expansion, penetra el misterio de la continuidad.
They include fossilised creatures called fenestella, which are fern-like animals which built up the reef through forming conical-shaped colonies, plus various primitive shellfish.