The semblance of a human face to be formed on the side of a mountain, or in the fracture of a small stone, by a lusus
naturae [freak of nature].
After much debate, they concluded unanimously, that I was only RELPLUM SCALCATH, which is interpreted literally LUSUS
NATURAE; a determination exactly agreeable to the modern philosophy of Europe, whose professors, disdaining the old evasion of occult causes, whereby the followers of Aristotle endeavoured in vain to disguise their ignorance, have invented this wonderful solution of all difficulties, to the unspeakable advancement of human knowledge.
I was a lusus
naturae, she affirmed, as a village schoolmistress: she was sure my previous history, if known, would make a delightful romance.
said Father Victor, 'or are you by way o' being a lusus
1999) sin mencionar el ojo grabado que es lo que distingue un relieve aprovechado de un lusus
4-40; Marzo; Orvieto and Brestolini; Longhi, Lusus
, 1983, esp.
Contractor name : SOCIEDAD PRODUCTORA DE EVENTOS LUSUS
ou as exemplares paginas 114-131 sobre "Affairs in the East: Armenia and Parthia"); esclarecem-se o significado e o alcance de instituicoes, magistraturas, honras, sacerdocios, praticas quotidianas e politicas (quaestura; consilium principis; ludi saeculares; lusus
Troiae; insignia ou ornamenta quaestoria / praetoria / consularia / triumphalia; quindecimuiri sacris faciundis; lectio senatus, para so referir alguns casos); desambiguam-se conceitos (como mollitia e adulterium, p.
Priapeia sive diversorum poetarum in Priapum lusus
or Sportive Epigrams on Priapus by divers poets in English verse and prose.
Among of his books that degraded the Arabs nation were Kitab al-Mathalib, Kitab Mathalib Bahilah and Kitab Lusus
The concept of Naturae lusit (nature jokes) is remade as Lusus
artefactae (playful making).
Facetus, qui iocos et lusus
gestis et factis commendat, a faciendo dictus.