reliquiae


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re·liq·ui·ae

 (rĭ-lĭk′wē-ē′)
pl.n.
Remains, as of fossil organisms.

[Latin, remains; see relic.]

reliquiae

(rɪˈlɪkwɪˌiː)
pl n
(Palaeontology) archaic fossil remains of animals or plants
[C19: from Latin: remains]

re•liq•ui•ae

(rɪˈlɪk wiˌi)

n. (used with a pl. v.)
remains, as those of fossil organisms.
[1825–35; < Latin; see relic]
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cum autem impetratur, ut reliquiae transferantur, desinit locus religiosus esse.
Iamblichi Babyloniacorum Reliquiae, Leipzig : Teubner.
During his lifetime, Jacobus had published in Nuremberg, in 1600, the Collection of Madrigals for Seven Voices, dedicated to Christoph Fugger, a year later the Magnificat octo tonorum, dedicated to his patron in Hechingen, and two of his motets of were issued within the collective volumes Rosetum Marianum and Reliquiae saaorum concentum.
Los estudios sobre los condiscipulos socraticos de Platon y Jenofonte han recibido un impulso fuerte en los ultimos anos gracias al trabajo de Gabriele Giannantoni Socratis et socraticorum reliquiae, (1) la primera edicion critica de testimonios y fragmentos en lengua griega sobre Socrates y sus seguidores.
Scott brought this materialist imagination into play in his writings, but also in his curatorship of objects--or what he called his 'gabions' in his zany and highly original work Reliquiae Trotcosiensis, published for the first time in 2004.
Reliquiae Haenkeanae, seu, Descriptiones et icones plantarum: quas in America meridional et boreali, in insulis Philippinis et Marianis collegia Thaddaeus Haenke /redegit et in ordinem digessit Carolus Bor Presl.
The word relic comes from the Latin reliquiae, meaning "remains" or "something left behind" (the same root as relinquish).
Dubner al incluirla Wagner en sus Fragmenta Euripidis, en el sector dedicado a Christuspatiens, Ezechieli et christianorum poetarum reliquiae dramaticae, pp.
The focus on the construction of the book itself as an artifact returns as a strong theme in the final, fifth chapter, in which Lynch analyzes the complex, evolving narrative by Richard Baxter, Reliquiae Baxterianae (published posthumously in 1696).
Epicteti Dissertationes ab Arriano digestae, Fragmenta, Enchiridion ex recensione Schweighaeuseri, gnomologiorum Epicteteorum reliquiae (Teubner, Leipzig, 1916).
2], los restos de los restos del antano glorioso Reino de Croacia, reliquiae reliquiarum olim indyti regni Croatiae (22) La supervivencia en la defensa de Sisak y la paulatina recuperacion del territorio con la guerra a las puertas de Venecia como referencia (1683-1699), permitio la posterior organizacion territorial de la Banska Hrvatska, con capital en Zagreb, sede del Ban y del Sabor (Parlamento).