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  • Hebrew Names Version et prout vultis ut faciant vobis homines et vos facite illis similiter —

    November 2008

  • Plura faciunt homines e consuetudine, quam e ratione* (* Men do more from habit than from reason.), you dirty little rip.

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  • Primum praecipuumque Ecclesiae officium omni tempore, id est homines ad Deum conveniendum perducere, iuvandum est per communem omnium christianorum fidei testificationem.

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  • "Sed propositum salutis et eos amplectitur, qui Creatorem agnoscunt, inter quos imprimis Musulmanos, qui fidem Abrahae se tenere profitentes, nobiscum Deum adorant unicum, misericordem, homines die novissimo iudicaturum." from Lumen Gentium §16.

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  • And you are to come with your homines to the aforesaid place equipped in such a way that you can go from there with the army to whichever region we shall command - that is, with arms, im-plements and other military material, provisions and clothing.

    De Re Militari: The Society for Medieval Military History » Medieval Warfare in the reign of Charlemagne

  • The Gascons had taken this ill and erupted in such viciousness that they even killed a number of his homines, some with the sword, some by burning.

    De Re Militari: The Society for Medieval Military History » Medieval Warfare in the reign of Charlemagne

  • And since we have allowed every lord to leave two homines at home this year, it is our will that they make these homines known to our missi, for they alone are excused the haribannus by us.

    De Re Militari: The Society for Medieval Military History » Medieval Warfare in the reign of Charlemagne

  • The Missa ‘Quem dicunt homines’, based on a motet by Richafort, may have been written in competition with a similar mass by Mouton when they were in the French royal chapel.

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  • His duos attracted the attention of later musicians; three movements from his Missa ‘Quem dicunt homines’, two from his Magnificat secundi toni and the ‘Pleni’ of the Missa super ‘Si dedero’ (the last with the contrafact text Semper eris pauper) were printed in didactic collections of two-voice pieces such as Il primo libro a due voci (Venice, 1543) and Diphona amoena et florida (Nuremberg, 1549).

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  • His most famous composition, Missa ‘Quem dicunt homines’, was printed by Giunta in Missarum decem … liber primus 1522, almost certainly a reprint of a lost Petrucci book of 1515.

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