vexilla


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vex·il·la

 (vĕk-sĭl′ə)
n.
Plural of vexillum.
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Viene a continuacion la lectura de la pasion, y despues de la homilia un breve silencio que se interrumpe con la entronizacion de la cruz, no sobre el altar sino cerca de el, mientras se escucha el antiguo himno Vexilla regis prodeunt (Avanzan las insignias del rey) en su version italiana.
These included several powerful images of the Crucifixion, but later he shied away from direct representation of the Cross, preferring to allude to it more obliquely, as in drawings of trees seen from his window at Harrow, such as the Vexilla Regis, now in Kettle's Yard in Cambridge.
Vexilla Regis, 1948, David Jones, graphite and watercolour on paper, 75x 55.2cm.
Para el "famoso" auto de fe de 1649, Marin nos recuerda que la procesion de reos marchaba "al compas del cantico Vexilla Regis que entonaba la capilla de la Catedral".
(35) Thietmar de Merseburg tambien alude a los estandartes diabolicos de los dioses eslavos, sacados del templo unicamente con motivo de campanas militares: Vexilla quoque eorum, nisi ad expeditionis necessaria, et tunc per pedites, hinc nullatenus moventur (Thietmar VI, 23 [17]: p.
En Menorca, Antoni Febrer i Cardona, de quien nos ocuparemos mas adelante, tradujo los himnos Vexilla Regis, Stabat Mater, Dies Irae o Te Deum, ademas de otros textos biblicos y liturgicos.
Many believe that, since the establishment of veteran colonies had stopped after Hadrian, any instances of such vexilla thereafter should indicate the presence of military garrisons rather than a military colony.
(13) "O Crux, ave, spes unica!" (Himno "Vexilla Regis".--Liturgia de Pasion.--Venancio Fortunato.--Siglo VI).