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  • Gerardus Pomadellus (c. 1165), afterwards Bishop of Padua; furthermore, his predecessor, Bishop Carzo, was called sacrorum canonum doctor.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New Mexico-Philip

  • Adeo ubique (as [6408] Scaliger writes of the Mahometan priests), tum gentium tum locorum, gens ista sacrorum ministra, vulgi secat spes, ad ea quae ipsi fingunt somnia, so cunningly can they gull the commons in all places and countries.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Isocrates adviseth Demonicus, when he came to a strange city, to [6604] worship by all means the gods of the place, et unumquemque, Topicum deum sic coli oportere, quomodo ipse praeceperit: which Cecilius in [6605] Minutius labours, and would have every nation sacrorum ritus gentiles habere et deos colere municipes, keep their own ceremonies, worship their peculiar gods, which Pomponius Mela reports of the

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Calasio is known by his _Concordantiae sacrorum Bibliorum hebraicorum_, published in 4 vols.

    Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 4 "Bulgaria" to "Calgary"

  • Illi autem presbyteri qui divini altaris et sacrorum ordinum contemptores praelegerint cum mulicribus habitare a divino officio remoti, omnique ecclesiastico beneficio privati, extra chorum ponantur, infames pronunciati.

    Notes and Queries, Number 08, December 22, 1849

  • [247] "Magnâ quidem copiâ voluminum sacrorum; sed non minori sicut et prius sanctorum imaginum numere detatus."

    Bibliomania in the Middle Ages

  • This college was called at different times, according to the number of its members, _duoviri_, _decemviri_, or _quindecemviri sacrorum_.

    C. Sallusti Crispi De Bello Catilinario Et Jugurthino

  • [408] "Sicut lex justissima, provida circumspectione sacrorum principum stabilita, hortatur et statuit ut quod omnes tangit ab omnibus approbetur ...."

    A Literary History of the English People From the Origins to the Renaissance

  • Apuleius elsewhere uses _memoracula_, I think to denote passwords, when he says, "sanctissimè sacrorum signa et memoracula custodire," which I am inclined to translate,

    The Symbolism of Freemasonry

  • In the curious ceremony of the fixing of the Nones (the first quarter of the month), held on the Calends in the _curia Calabra_, she seems to appear as a moon-goddess: the _rex sacrorum_, after a report from a _pontifex_ as to the appearance of the new moon, announces the result in the formula:

    The Religion of Ancient Rome

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