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  • Quod in praxi minime fortunatus esset, medicinam reliquit, et ordinibus initiatus in Theologia postmodum scripsit.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Tertiam denique mediam scientiam, qua ex altissima et inscrutabili comprehensione cujusque liberi arbitrii in sua essentia intuitus est, quid pro sua innata libertate, si in hoc, vel illo, vel etiam infinitis rerum ordinibus collocaretur, acturum esset, cum tamen posset, si vellet, facere re reipsa oppositum....

    Archive 2005-08-01

  • Erant* in ea legione fortissimi viri, centuriones, qui primis ordinibus* appropinquarent, Titus Pullo et Lucius Vorenus.

    Archive 2005-11-01

  • Multi sunt ibi Christiani, et multæ Religiones Christianorum, sed et de ordinibus Minorum, et prædicatorum, qui tamen ibi non mendicant; est magna pluralitas ex diuersis nationibus Mercatorum.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Cati, Maymones, et aliqua faciem hominis habentia, et dum sic starem congregauerunt se circa ipsum, 4000. de illis animalibus, et se in ordinibus collocauerunt, coram quibus posuit paropsidem et dabat eis comedere, et cum comedissent iterum cymbalum percussit, et omnia ad loca propria redierunt.

    The Journal of Friar Odoric

  • Multi sunt ibi Christiani, et mult� Religiones Christianorum, sed et de ordinibus Minorum, et pr鎑icatorum, qui tamen ibi non mendicant; est magna pluralitas ex diuersis nationibus Mercatorum.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Lexington, battle of lex Iulia lex Iulia de adulteriis coercendis lex Iulia de maritandis ordinibus lex Manila lex Papia Poppaea lex Poetelia lex Romana Visigothorum lex Titia lex Vatinia lex Villia annalis lex Voconia

    Subject Index Page 43

  • Augustus used his tribunician power to pass the lex Iulia de maritandis ordinibus, which regulated marriages between the various social orders, and the lex Iulia de adulteriis coercendis (18?), which made adultery a crime.

    c. Augustus and the Principate

  • The chief of these laws were those made by the Romans, and consisted of fining the bachelor, and various other penalties: the most celebrated one was that of Augustus, which was entitled the "_Lex julia de maritandis ordinibus_" by which the bachelor was made incapable of receiving legacies, or of holding inheritances given by a will, unless they were bequeathed to him by a near relation.

    The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 20, No. 559, July 28, 1832

  • Ibi commutatis ordinibus, [280] in dextero latere, quod proximum hostes erat, triplicibus subsidiis aciem instruxit, inter manipulos funditores et sagittarios dispertit, equitatum omnem in cornibus locat, ac pauca pro tempore milites hortatus aciem, sicuti instruxerat, transversis principiis [281] in planum deducit.

    C. Sallusti Crispi De Bello Catilinario Et Jugurthino

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