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psalterium

[sȯl′tir·ē·əm]
(vertebrate zoology)
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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.
King David appears in this manner in the Psalterium Aureum of Abbot Salomon of Saint Gall (Saint Gall, Stiftsbibliothek, MS.
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.
ad Dardanum) Aristoteles en sus Problemas tambien al psalterio le llama trigono; esto es, de tres esquinas; y mas claro, Escalante: Psalterium triangulare erat, quod Hispanice appellatur arpa.
Deborah Jean Warner calls it "the last politically motivated constellation" in The Sky Explored (1979), but Maximilian Hell published Psalterium Georgii, the Georgian Harp, for England's King George III in 1789.
5 (A) -- Psalterium Vesperarum (1540) (A); 690 x 490; 5 staves; 4 + 9 + 5 + 245 folios (psalter mostly unfoliated + hymnal fols.
Quincuplex Psalterium de 1512, dans les Commentaires sur les quatorze
Otro tanto cabe decir de centros florecientes como Regensburg, Colonia, Essen o Bamberg en cuya catedral, gracias a Enrique II, se alojo el tesoro de la biblioteca imperial de los Otones; alli estaba el Psalterium quadrupartitum procedente de Saint Gall; en Bamberg se acometio la traduccion de la novela de Alejandro napolitano (del siglo X) (11), modelo del rico y multiforme Alejandro medieval, ademas de un conjunto de obras sobre aritmetica, geometria, musica y astronomia como instrumentos de estudio del quadrivium.
Wilson describes his Psalterium Carolinum (1657), which is dedicated to 'the Sacred Memory of His Late Maiestie', as motivated by a desire to preserve the past: 'as I formerly subsisted by the Bounty of my blessed Master King Charles, so now I hope to survive by his Piety, and by adding these Aires to his pretious Meditations, do imagine that in the mixture I have (as it were) embalmed this much of my self, and fortifyed my decaying Memory against all future assaults of Time'.