Looking first at language and poetic then at translation and transfer, they consider such aspects as Neo-Latin and vernacular poetics of self-fashioning in Dutch occasional poetry 1635-40, the division of labor between Latin and the vernaculars in the church in Scania under Danish and Swedish rule during the 17th century, Giannozzo Manetti's (1396-1459) view on translation into the sermo maternus
, glossaries and knowledge transfer by Andreas Wissowatius and Abraham Rogerius, and Vitruvius and his 16th-century readers in Latin and vernacular.
Biology, rearing and field release on Guam of Euplectrus maternus
, a parasitoid of the fruit-piercing moth, Eudocima fullonia.
Cornelius Nigrinus Curiatius Maternus
, General Domitians und Rivale Trajans.' Chiron 3:331-373.
9: Nam carmina et versus, quibus totam vitam Maternus
insumere optat (...) neque dignitatem ullam auctoribus suis conciliant neque utilitates alunt, voluptatem autem brevem, laudem inanem et infructuosam consequuntur (<< La poesie et les vers, auxquels Maternus
souhaite de consacrer sa vie entiere (...) n'apportent, eux, aucune dignite honorifique a ceux qui les cultivent et ne grossissent pas leur fortune!
The recent few such examples are Euplectrus maternus
Bhatnagar (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae) (Muniappan et al.
(19) Less controversially, Maternus
Spitz recounted for a mostly under-informed Protestant audience the history of Roman Catholic missionary work in Africa (vol 13).
The present characters are real and historical: Curiatius Maternus
, (4) brilliant orator, poet, tragedy graph, Marcus Aper (5) and Iulius Secundus, (6) talented lawyers and admirers of eloquence, Vipstanus Messalla, (7) a cultivated noble, partisan of literary and social circles already consecrated.