notitia

notitia

(nəʊˈtɪʃɪə)
n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) a register or list, esp of ecclesiastical districts
[C18: Latin, literally: knowledge, from notus known]
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NOTITIA A List or register B Religious poster C Personal opinion who am I?
Codificationis juris canonici: recensio historico-apologetica et Codicis piano-benedictini notitia generalis; doctrina ad studium novi Codicis Canonici propaedeutica, Romae 1918.
In tantum quod si etiam aliqua una notitia sit oppositorum cognitorum, ut videtur Aristoteles dicere, adhuc respectu illius cognitionis non est intellectus ex se indeterminatus; immo necessario elicit illam intellectionem, sicut aliam quae esset tantum unius cogniti.
Como beneficiarios de las evectiones, como servicio del Estado, podian encontrarse todos los funcionarios publicos; asi, en la Notitia Dignitatum al final de cada capitulo se indica para cada funcionario civil y militar el numero de evectiones de las que podia disponer anualmente (85).
Lo cierto es que en la organizacion militar que ofrece un documento hartamente analizado como la Notitia Dignitatum (21) no se contempla en suelo peninsular la presencia de duces, teoricamente el mando responsable de esta categoria de tropas (22).
The work of the Jesuit Joseph Premare (1666-1736), Notitia Lingua Sinicae, published in 1720, constituted the ultimate pinnacle of the old attempt to legitimize Chinese writing as the perfect ideography, the foundations of which dated back to Kircher.
que la invencion delas letras"; Garces, De habiliate et capacitate gentium (1537) in Laird (2014: 208, 220): nulla exterorum hominum notitia, nullo cultu, aut victu, aut vestitu, aliisque humanae vitae ornamentis praediti, nullo literarum commertio, "They had no word of other human beings, no education or any means of sustaining themselves or clothing, or other adornments of human existence, no dealings with letters?
Si che li toccara di scommunicare il Turoc, il Re de Persia, il Re di Samarcanda, il Precopense, et anco altri, di chi non si ha notitia.
Following a later scholastic distinction, we could also say that faith can provide notitia abstractiva but not notitia intuitiva.
Se trata, si se quiere, de una especie de notitia criminis.
In a letter dated 23 August 1972 to Walter John McEldowney, the University Librarian at the time, de Beer records his sending to Dunedin of his copy of Dugdale with a few other books from his collection, including works by the poet Samuel Butler (1613-80) published in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, a collection of Moliere's plays published in Amsterdam in 1689, and a copy of Notitia utraque cum orientis tum occidentis ultra Arcadii honoriique caesarum tempora illustre vetustatis monumentum published in Basel in 1552.