psalterium


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psalterium

[sȯl′tir·ē·əm]
(vertebrate zoology)
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Cisneros's Psalterium toletanum (Alcala de Henares: Brocar, 1515) may serve as a general guide to the original contents of the volumes before alteration.
1539), a Jew who converted to Roman Catholicism, whose edition of the Psalms, first published in 1515, was included in Psalterium sextuplex: Hebraeum, cum tribus Latinis, uidelicet, Diui Hieronymi, R.
Taking up interest that began only in the 1950s, Goodwin (religion, Gustavus Adolphus College) looks at Herbert's own scholarly work, in particular at his Psalterium cun commento, a commentary on the literary sense of the version of the Books of Psalms that Jerome presumably translated directly from the Hebrew, rather than the Gallican version usually discussed in the Christian tradition.