mirabilia

mirabilia

(ˌmɪrəˈbɪlɪə)
pl n
wonders
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Bona rerum secundarum optabilia; adversarum mirabilia.
By extension, then, these theories also point to the artificiality of the marvelous in literature--regardless of whether miranda or mirabilia stand at issue.
Two works that helped to shed light on these processes are Italo Insolera's Roma moderna (1962) and Antonio Cederna's Mirabilia Urbis (1965), which framed the process of Rome's urban development in terms of its chaotic disorder, emphasizing the ongoing destruction of the traditional structure of the city.
lt;<Vade in pace, et annuntia in mundo mirabilia Dei, qui te salvum fecit>> (15) (OP 93).
23, the liturgical children's choir Mirabilia of Betis, Pampanga, under the direction of Msgr.
2, Valentino's Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccoli hosted a cocktail reception at the brand's Design District store to celebrate Mirabilia Romae, an installation by Pietro Ruffo (pictured here).
El texto corresponde a los denominados mirabilia ('aga'ib), en los que se exageran las descripciones:
Among the topics are the life and times of Phaenias of Eresus, Phaenias in the mirabilia tradition: from "Antigonus" to Callimachus, his On the Socratics: and his fragment on Petron of Himera, his The Tyrants in Sicily, On Killing of Tyrants out of Revenge and Aristotle's explanation of the violent end of tyrants, and Phaenias and the naturalistic legacy of the Peripatos.
Diel vertical migration of the bigeye thresher shark (Alopias superciliosus), a species possessing orbital retia mirabilia.
A style icon in the Arab world, Wehbe was among the guests, earlier this month, of Valentino's Mirabilia Romae haute couture show.
Our two institutions, the Royal Academy in London and the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna, are particularly appropriate homes for such an event: the one with its courtyard of learned societies whose fields of interest, from astronomy to natural history, complement those of the artist himself, the other with its exceptional historical Kunstkammer, whose holdings of exotica, mirabilia, scientifica and artificalia resonate so strongly with Cornell's own creations.