A naturalist, struck by a parallelism of this nature in any one class, by arbitrarily raising or sinking the value of the groups in other classes (and all our experience shows that this valuation has hitherto been arbitrary), could easily extend the parallelism over a wide range; and thus the septenary
, quinary, quaternary, and ternary classifications have probably arisen.
The Divine Ka imputed in the person was septenary
with each division or aspect responsible for instilling stepwise psycho-spiritual capacities with the ultimate potential of being like or attaining oneness with the Divine itself.
Observing these two points in the historical analysis of sins in the Middle Ages, we see that, in the 13th century, at the same time that Gregorio's septenary
was abandoned in the dogma plan, the Augustinian ternary of the sins of deed, word and thought was winning space.
80) favored Petrus Comestor as providing "the first reference to the complete septenary
," including "seplire mortuum," in his Historia scholastica (written ca.
(16.3-8a) (17) The playwright substitutes 'transported' for the slightly less concrete 'transposed' and adds an honorific for addressing Bathsheba, but the pageant omits only a small interchange between the two characters (18) and keeps the meaning and most of the language intact, reorganizing it into the plays' standard septenary
He says that the use of the accent mark and curl in MS Junius 1, and the septenary
metre show that OSL probably had not affected short vowels in open syllables (cf.
The tail-rhyme stanza, the form most commonly associated with the popular romances, has its origins in the liturgical sequence and the septenary
, and was used initially for lyrical compositions and later for narrative purposes.
(31.) Augustine writes that "ten signifies a knowledge of the Creator and the creature; for the trinity is the Creator and the septenary
indicates the creature by reason of his life and body.