10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «LUTETIA PARISIORUM»
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The Academic Sermons (The Fathers of the Church, Mediaeval ...
Leclercq, published in Revue Thomiste (1946), also in Busa, page 45a 06 Celum
et terra transibunt: texts (manuscripts Milano and Paris) by L.J. Bataillon (
provisional Leonine text)27 07 Ecce ego mitto: text Lutetia Parisiorum 1879, also
The British Magazine and Monthly Register of Religious and ...
Lutetia: Parisiorum, 1668. The ninth volume, the last which appeared, was
published in 1701. J De re Diplomatica libri vi. in quibus quidquid ad veterum
instrumentorum Antiquitatem, Materiam, Scripturam et Stilum ; quidquid ad sigilla,
Hugh James Rose, Samuel Roffey Maitland, 1838
The Ancient History of the Egyptians, Carthaginians, ...
Charles Rollin. CATALOGUE of the Editions of the principal Greek Authors cited
in this WORK. J_Jerodotus. Francos. An. 1068. Thucydides. Apud Henricum
Stephanum. An. 1,588. Xenophon. Lutetia Parisiorum, apud Societa- tern
First proofs of the Universal catalogue of books on art: ...
London, Whitby (printed), 1853. B.M. MERSENNE (Marin). — Harmonicorum libri
xii. Ed. aucta. Plates and woodcuts. Fol. Lutetian Parisiorum, 1648. Earlier edition
. Fol. Lutetia; Parisiorum, 1636. With new title. Fol. Lutetia; Parisiorum, 1652.
National Art Library (Great Britain), South Kensington Museum, London. National Art Library, Sir Henry Cole, 1870
Hence it is often called Lutetia Parisiorum. (Cat., B. G., 7, 7.) It was at first a place
of little consequence, but under the emperors it became a city of importance, and
the Nolitia Imperii (c. 65) speaks of it as the gathering- place for the seamen on ...
Hargrave Jennings ETYMOLOGIES. Lutetia Parisiorum (Paris). — Is the word
Lutetia Celtic or Roman ? Putting aside the absurd etymology which connects it
with the Latin word lutum, there appears no reason from analogy for supposing
Atlas of Classical History
A tiny church was erected about 350. Lutetia Parisiorum Lutetia Parisiorum (Paris
) was a typical northern Gallic civitas-capital, with a population of about 7,500. It
succeeded a Celtic oppidum located on the Ile de la Cité—an easily defended ...
Richard J.A. Talbert, 2002
Deaconesses: An Historical Study
PG = J. P. Migne, Patrologiae cursus completus . . . , Series graeca . . . , Lutetia
Parisiorum, apudJ. P. Migne, 1857-86. 161 bks. in 165 vols. PL = J. P. Migne,
Patrologiae cursus completus . . . , Series latina . . . , Lutetia, Parisiorum, apudJ.
Aimé Georges Martimort, 1986
Journal of Neo-Latin Studies
Francia - Lutetia Parisiorum. BEZA THEODORUS: Theodore de Beze,
Correspondance, 21 : 1580. Editee par A. Dutbur, Beatrice Nicollier et H. Genton,
avec la collaboration de R. Boden- mann, Travaux d'Humanisme et Renaissance
, 327 ...
Gilbert Tournoy, Constant Matheeussen, Dirk Sacr', 2000
Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country
* It is curious to remark, that the only coin or medal extant of the Gens Lutatia (the
Lutatian family) bears a head on one side, and on the obverse a galley, the
cognisance of the city Lutetia Parisiorum. t No temple was built in Gaul until it fell
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