archivium

archivium

In ancient Greece and Rome, a building in which archives of a city or state were deposited; also called archeion or tabularium.
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DONDAINE, A., Le Manuel de l'Inquisiteur (1230-1330), Archivium Fratrum Praedicatoru 17 (1947) 85-194.
Aquilina presents his study in ten chapters organized around three main focuses: discussion of Zerafa's life and career; research on the manuscript sources of sacred music written by Zerafa and still preserved in the archives (Archivium Cathedralis Melitensis) of the Mdina Cathedral (Mdina, Malta); and analysis of all 148 sacred vocal works written by Zerafa.
1975) es profesor de la historia contemporanea, director de la revista Archivium Historiae Pontificiae y del departamento de historia de la Iglesia en la Universidad Gregoriana de Roma.
Esos materiales, que, segun reconstruye Gazdaru en la nota introductoria a su volumen compilatorio de 1967, Bertoni tenia intenciones de publicar en su revista Biblioteca del Archivium Romanicum--algo que quedara en suspenso por la muerte del linguista italiano--se trasladaran con el profesor rumano en 1949 a la Argentina.
"Regestum monasterii fratrum Praedicatorum de Athenry." Archivium Hibernicum 1 (1912): 201-21.
Jacqueline, "Trois scenes de la vie de saint Vincent Ferrier dans un vitrail de Notre-Dame de Saint-Lo (XVe siecle)," Archivium fratrum praedicatorum 49 (1979): 133-44.