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psalterium

[sȯl′tir·ē·əm]
(vertebrate zoology)
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o psalterium, o cithara, facta est et creata ut psallas deo: exurge et psalle, quare iaces?
Do mesmo modo que a teoria da historia, a hermeneutica joaquimita esta aquilatada de acordo com a contemplacao da imagem (imago) da Trindade, exposta em todos os seus detalhes no Psalterium decem chordarum, de 1187, e assim definida por esta lapidar formula dinamica e circular: tres sao um e um (sao) tres (tres sunt unum et unum tres).
Hildegard's music is a great challenge for us - these are very virtuoso vocal compositions that we are combining with improvisation on Gothic harps and psalterium. We shall be premiering this project at the very prestigious venue of the De Bijloke Cultural Centre in Ghent in Belgium.
In fact, the first printer's mark in history was used in the Psalterium printed in Mainz in 1457.
(150) Zwingli referenced Basil twenty-nine times in his works, most of these, in his marginal notes to Jerome's Quadruplex Psalterium. (151) Treatise, Hubm.
Mather is shown and discussed as a theological writer, with two of his works mentioned in the play, namely, an account of the Christian Church in New England, Magnalia Christi Americana (F 1948:4), and a translation of the psalms, Psalterium Americanum (F 1948:89), although historically, they were published a few years after the trials, in 1702 and 1718, respectively.
Leget vel legi faciet psalterium magistro actu regente mortuo." The phrase Non sustinebit choreas ...
King David appears in this manner in the Psalterium Aureum of Abbot Salomon of Saint Gall (Saint Gall, Stiftsbibliothek, MS.
167 e 193 ss., a que conviria agora acrescentar, para a identificacao de "Organum", como correspondente a "Psalterium", o trabalho de Luis M.
While in Augsburg, Musculus worked on his Psalms commentary, which was published after he came to Bern as In Sacrosanctum Dauidis Psalterium Comentarij (Basel: Johannes Herwagen, 1551).
He wrote a number of other religious poems, including Alphabetum redemptorum, Psalterium Davidicum, and Vita Mariae Magdalenae.