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  • Solitudo est causa apparitionum; nulli visionibus et hinc delirio magis obnoxii sunt quam qui collegis et eremo vivunt monachi: tales plerumque melancholici ob victum, solitudinem.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • But our Saviour here foretells the false ways that some would pretend he is taught by and found in; for, first, some would say he was en te eremo, "in the desert" or wilderness, and if men would go forth thither, there they would see him and find him.


  • * Ou gar ti ekineito par 'auto, ou thumos, ouk epithumia allou paren auto, anabebekoti; all' ou de logos, ou de tis noesis; ou d 'holos autos, ei dei kai touto legein; all' hosper harpastheis e enthousiasas hesuche en eremo katastasei gegenetai atremei, te autou ousia oudamou apoklinon, oude peri auton strephomenos, hestos pante kai hoion stasis genomenos;: [4949] 1


  • * Thalassas to eruthraiou telagos, abrochois ichnesin, o palaios pezeusas Israel, staurotupois Moseos chersi, tou Amalek ten dunamin, en te eremo etroposato.

    Hymns of the Eastern Church

  • Israel, staurotupois Moseos chersi, tou Amalek ten dunamin, en te eremo etroposato.

    Hymns of the Eastern Church

  • San Romolo is indeed its invariable designation till the fifteenth century, and it has been conjectured that its present name is owing to no fanciful punning on Romulus and Remus but to a popular contraction of its full ecclesiastical title, "Sancti Romuli in eremo."

    Stray Studies from England and Italy

  • He looked round this roomy cell furnished with so many comforts, and compared it with the pictures in his mind of the hideous place, eremus in eremo, a desert in a desert, where holy Jerome, hermit, and the

    The Cloister and the Hearth

  • Wills, qui primo terram Australiae continentalem a litore ad litus peragravit, sua morte praecocissima in tacito eremo triumphum aeternum agens.

    Successful Exploration Through the Interior of Australia

  • Talis, uti fama eft, vafta Francifcus eremo Tetra vagabatur folus per luftra feranim,

    The Works of the English Poets

  • Paulinus invexit; deinde cum tota certatim urbe raperetur, exultantes librarios vidi, quod nihil ab his quaestiosius haberetur, siquidem nihil illo promptius, nihil carius venderetur. hic navigationis meae cursum longe ante praegressus, cum ad Africam veni, iam per totam Carthaginem legebatur. solus eum Cyrenensis ille presbyter non habebat, sed me largiente descripsit. nam quid ego de Alexandria loquar? ubi paene omnibus magis quam tibi notus est. hic Aegyptum, Nitriam, Thebaidain ac tota Memphitica regna transivit. hunc ego in eremo a quodam sene legi vidi: [1698] 1

    The Mission and Expansion of Christianity in the First Three Centuries


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  • Good place for an eremite.

    January 1, 2013

  • Curiously wonderful photos on this page.

    January 1, 2013