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  • At first his superiors commissioned him to edit the "bibliotheca" (Myriobiblion) of Photius. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 4: Clandestinity-Diocesan Chancery
  • Note 30: Epistolae, 2.7.8: "Parieti eius cubiculi mei in bibliothecae speciem armarium insertum est quod non legendos libros sed letitandos capit" (My cubiculum has a press let into the wall that does duty as a library, and holds books not merely to be read, but read over and over again). Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro
  • Another performance that Kavita holds close to her heart was at the inauguration of the restored Bibliotheca Alexandria.
  • Aiming at historical fulness and fidelity, we turned to our national bibliotheca at the British Museum, where we fished out of the vasty deep of treasures a MS. without date or name. Moon Lore
  • Similiter et de libris, quorum magna in bibliotheca sua copiam congregavit: statuit ut ab iis qui eos habere uellet, justo pretio redimeretur, pretin in pauperes erogaretur. Bibliomania in the Middle Ages
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  • Bibliotheca Latina mediae et infimae aetatis, cum supplemento The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy
  • Bonne nouvelle: WordPress ajoute enfin une fonction “tags” « bibliothécaire 26 September, 2007 Tags and Categories are not the Same! — Climb to the Stars
  • In union with the PS3 code update, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (SPHE) is entertained to foretell digit BD-LIVE enabled titles to be liberated on Apr 8 - Walk Hard: The bibliothec Cox Story and The 6th Day. Xml's
  • He first published a Bibliotheca sacra (1709), an index of all the editions of the Bible.
  • As the author notes, it was not uncommon to call an entire Bible a bibliotheca - a ‘library.’
  • In the Bibliotheca Norica Williana, incorporated with the Municipal Library of Nuremberg, there are several volumes of mastersingers 'songs purchased from an old mastersinger some 135 years ago, and from these the students may learn the structure and spirit of the mastersongs of the period of the opera as well as earlier and later periods, though he will find all the instruction he needs in any dozen or twenty of the 4275 mastersongs written by Hans Sachs. A Book of Operas Their Histories, Their Plots, and Their Music
  • In Ælfric's Anglo-Saxon glossary, compiled at the beginning the Anglo-Saxon word bochord (book-hoard, i.e. library), is interpreted bibliotheca vel armarium vel archirum. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 2: Assizes-Browne
  • Opera omnia ¦ haetenus edita auctor ante obitum recensuit ¦ posthuma vero, totius naturae explicationem complectentia, in lucem nunc primum prodeunt ex bibliotheca ¦ Henrici-Ludovici-Haberti Mon-Morii ¦ [Accessit Samuelis Sorberii praefatio, in qua de vita et moribus Petri Gassendi disseritur.] Pierre Gassendi
  • 'Pellibus exiguis artatur Livius ingens, quem mea non totum bibliotheca capit.' The Student's Companion to Latin Authors
  • Per - peram etiam auctor Catalogi biblio - thecae Oppenheimeri eumque secutus Maschius locis supra commemoratis Im - manueli nostro attribuerunt Commen - tarium alterum in Canticum cantico - rum, qui ex eadem editione in illius bibliothecae exemplari servabatur. Annales Hebraeo-typographici sec. XV
  • Scientifically understanding the classified of bibliotheca , we can classify them by different standard based on the internal characteristic of bibliotheca .
  • This took the form of a ‘bibliotheca prima’, a list of primary works, which is the first section of the catalogue of his library.
  • Note 114: Epistolae, 2.7.8: "Parieti eius cubiculi mei in bibliothecæ speciem armarium insertum est quod non legendos libros sed letitandos capit." back Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro
  • Jiangxi, known as the gathering place of talents, enjoyed high reputation in the construction of classical learning and its bibliotheca as one of "the three great undertakings"had a style of its own.
  • Apud desidiosissimos ergo videbis quicquid orationum historiarumque est, tecto tenus exstructa loculamenta; jam enim inter balnearia et thermas bibliotheca quoque ut necessarium domus ornamentum expolitur. The Book-Hunter A New Edition, with a Memoir of the Author
  • The Bibliotheca Alexandrina will contribute its particular expertise in the search and display of Arabic texts.
  • A 79 inf.), reso splendido e commovente da una miniatura di Simone Martini (su progetto iconofrafico dello stesso Petrarca) e dalla nota che registra la data di morte di molti amici, dell'unica amata (Avignone 6 aprile 1348), e poi, volando il tempo, del figlio Giovanni (1361); di quei vecchissimi volumi scovati nelle Biblioteche («inque bibliothecam ... velut in arcem fugio», Fam. Francesco Petrarca, Canzoniere Rerum vulgarium fragmenta, ed & comm. Rosanna Bettarini (Turin, 2005)
  • Gibingly circumstantial was an insurance web site not to tichodroma the bibliothecarial vice, or triumvir, of the cytoarchitecture neuropteron stupaed to sunday the blether of that zooplankton. Rational Review
  • The learned Professor is also author of several other works, besides a Bibliotheca Arabica, which contains an account of all printed books relating to the Arabic language and literature.
  • Jiamanno di Mejfer filippo Adfmari i ita Icgitur in Diario MS., quod eft in Bibliotheca. Ecclesiae Pisanae historia
  • The bibliotheca, located close beside the Cathedral, is known for its collection of centuries-old Western books.
  • The sacred edifice, completely in their hands, was soon laid waste; they broke down the altars, destroyed the monuments, and -- much will the bibliophile deplore it -- set fire to their immense library "_ingens bibliotheca_," maliciously tearing into pieces all their valuable and numerous charters, evidences, and writings. Bibliomania in the Middle Ages
  • Mayer has published a bibliotheca of casuists, containing an account of all the writers on cases of conscience.
  • My ten minutes passed very rapidly in conversation with these two experts in books, the bibliopole and the bibliothecary. Complete Project Gutenberg Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. Works
  • Most libraries have shelves of books that cover a genre or style; a bibliotheca would have entire rooms, specialising in poetry, architecture, science, design and music.
  • Salvato librario, et Demetrio lectore, ducatos XLV Francischo fabro lignario mediolanensi habitatori piscinæ urbis Romæ pro banchis Bibliothecæ conficiendis, maxime vero decem quæ ad sinistram jacent, quorum longitudo est XXXVIII palmorum, vel circa, et ita accepta parte pecuniarum, cujus summa est centum et XXX ducatorum, facturum se debitum promittit et obligat, die XV Julii 1475. The Care of Books
  • The two most famous antipopes of the Orthodox period (both eventually reconciled to the canonical church) were St. Hippolytus of Rome and the scholar Anastasius Bibliothecarius.
  • FABRICIUS, Bibliotheca latina mediae aetatis (Florence, 1898 —) III; The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent
  • Note 114: Epistolae, 2.7.8: "Parieti eius cubiculi mei in bibliothecæ speciem armarium insertum est quod non legendos libros sed letitandos capit." back Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro
  • The Uigur text is published in _Bibliotheca Buddhica_, 1914. Hinduism and Buddhism, An Historical Sketch, Vol. 2
  • Besides several _Biblia optima in duobus voluminibus_, or complete copies of the Bible, many separate books of the inspired writers are noted down; indeed the catalogue lays before us a superb array of fine biblical treasures, rendered doubly valuable by copious and useful glossaries; and embracing many a rare Hebrew MS. Bible, _bibliotheca hebraice_, and precious commentary. Bibliomania in the Middle Ages
  • It was not until 1776, however, that the formal foundation of a Bibliotheca Publica was decreed at the Chapter General of the Order.
  • Note 18: Ebrard of Béthune, Liber antiheresis (written before 1212), in Maxima bibliotheca veterum patrum 224, 1525 — 84. back A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries
  • Besides private libraries, each large Mosque had its bibliotheca, every MS. of which was marked with the word “Wakf” (entailed bequest), or Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah and Meccah
  • The same author published a 'Bibliotheca Chirurgica' and a 'Bibliotheca Medicinae Practicae' at Berne and Basel between 1774 and 1788.

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