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  • n. Plural form of anathema.

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Examples

  • Had he paid no attention at all to the endless rituals of the serious writers and their serious critics -- the formal expulsion ceremonies, the repeated anathemata, the stakes driven over and over through the heart, the vitriolic sneers, the endless, solemn dances on the grave?

    July 2007

  • Kallimachos, which were certainly in the Erechtheion, [10] and continues: κειται δε εν τω ναω της πολιάδος Έρμης ξύλου, κτέ., giving a list of anathemata, followed by the story of the miraculous growth of the sacred olive after its destruction by the Persians, and passing to the description of the Pandroseion with the words, τω ναω δε της 'Αθηνάς Πανδρόσου ναός συνεχής εστι.

    The American Journal of Archaeology, 1893-1

  • Babylonians, or the votive offerings (anathemata) of the Greeks.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock

  • Among the characteristic peculiarities of the Greek religion may be mentioned the votive offerings (anathemata), which

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock

  • G. Sullogai epigrammaton Khristianikon eis te naous kai eikonas kai eis diaphora anathemata.

    Select Epigrams from the Greek Anthology

  • And when the white-robed boys came to the studio of the friends at the gate of S. Pier Gattolini, with what sighs and self-immolation Baccio looked for the last time at some of his studies which he judged to come under the head of anathemata, and handed them over to the acolytes.

    Fra Bartolommeo

  • Et a modo nullus liber sub anathemate teneatur, et omnia predicta anathemata absolvimus.

    The Care of Books

  • And when the white-robed boys came to the studio of the friends at the gate of S. Pier Gattolini, with what sighs and self-immolation Baccio looked for the last time at some of his studies which he judged to come under the head of _anathemata_, and handed them over to the acolytes.

    Fra Bartolommeo

  • Thus the list of chapters in Book I. begins, {eis agonas}, {eis ampelon}, {eis anathemata}, {eis anaperous}, and ends {eis phronesin}, {eis phrontidas}, {eis khronon},

    Select Epigrams from the Greek Anthology

  • Adhering closely to the text of the second part he subtlely endeavours to refute not only Predestinarianism but also (and this is the main point), St. Augustine's doctrine on grace, although for the sake of appearances and to protect himself from attack, Pelagianism is nominally condemned in four anathemata (P. L.,

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

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