bearing the legend Jesus Nazarenus Rex Iudeorum which is mentioned in one form or another in all four Gospels, is referred to as being written in "Hebrew, Latin and Greek" in John (19:19, 20) and when asked to change the text, Pilate said "What I have written stays written" (John 19: 22).
on the cross, "the king of the Jews," echoes this claim.
In this hour, we use the Passion as a focus to begin tracking the most important relics of the Christian faith, including: the True Cross; the Crown of Thorns; the Holy Nails of the Cross; the Titulus
, a small sign stating Christ's name and crime atop the Cross; the Spear of Destiny; a mysterious burial cloth called the Sudarium; an image of Jesus that appears on the Veil of Veronica; and the Holy Grail.
13) This is not entirely convincing in regard to the figure of Brutus the Elder, described by his titulus
as 'bane of kings'.
Tarant 158-61; see also the version in Extravagantes Iohannis XXII, Titulus
Red, for example, is the color of two books, of the cardinal's hat, of the titulus
at the top of Saint Jerome's crucifix, of the wings of the seraph-Christ, and of the blood in the wounds in each saint's body.
581B (Pars III, Titulus
XIII: De clericis et divinis officiis, caput IV: De horiis canonicis [Pt.
In quoting Francesco da Buti (77), who quotes in turn an epystola of Francesco Petrarch, Baranski inclu des Petrarch in a type of the bella schola of commentatores for whom Dante's titulus
of Comedia provided several problems.
At the top of Bed, Rauschenberg scribbled above the pillow, much like the titulus
affixed above Christ's head with its mocking inscription, "Jesus of Nazareth King of the Jews.
Her son, Cinzio, was a cardinal whose titulus
(like Giulio della Rovere and the della Rovere popes, Sixtus IV and Julius II) was S.
The poem names also the king's consors Elizabeth of York (1465-1503); the filii born to them as yet, in whom Lancaster and York united to make Tudor; and the powerful matriarch, the king's mother Margaret Beaufort (1443-1509), whose role as dynast was much greater than that of Henry's long-deceased father: through her the Lancastrian titulus
came to Henry.
For reference to the work and to Leone's relations with Pico della Mirandola, see Lusitanus, 78-79: "Philosophiae namque ut obiter hoc dicam apud se librum justae magnitudinis, quem avus suus composuerat, reservatum habebat, cui de coeli harmonia titulus
erat, non nisi longobardicis literis inscriptus, et quem bonus ille Leo, divini Mirandulensis Pici precibus composuerat, ut cx eius prooemio elicitur, quem librum ego non semel percurri, et legi, et ni mors immnatura nepoti huic ita praevenisset, eum brevi in lucem mittere decreveramus, est sane opus hoc doctissimum, in quo, bonus ille Leo, quantum in philosophia valebat, satis indicaverat, scholastico tamen stilo inscriptum.