3 edition of Speculum Latinum found in the catalog.
by printed by R. Tookey, for the author; and sold by George Strahan; J. Batley; R. Williamson; and J. Pote in London
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 4548, no. 01.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||38|
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Speculum Latinum Hardcover – Import, January, by John Entick (Author) See all formats and editions Hide Speculum Latinum book formats and editionsAuthor: John Entick.
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Entick. : Speculum linguarum: or, Greek made easy to scholars, by an English grammar only, Numb. By John Entick. (): Entick, Speculum Latinum book Books. Speculum spiritualium (The Spiritual Mirror) is an anonymous religious compilation written in Latin, made between and The work was relatively popular, known in at least a dozen manuscripts, and printed by Wynkyn de Worde in Authorship [ edit ] The book is believed to be the work of a Carthusian monk.
The text, written on vellum, is a version of the old Latin. The manuscript contains passages from all the books of the New Testament except 3 John, Hebrews, and Philemon on parchment leaves. It also has a citation from the Epistle to the Laodiceans.
The Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae ("Mirror of the Magnificence of Rome") was a Renaissance "coffee table book" of prints of the sights of Rome, especially the antiquities, produced by the French print seller and publisher Antonio Lafreri (–).
He had been publishing and distributing such prints, and selling them at his shop in Rome, since the s. “I’ve never wanted to be pigeon-holed. I think I have come from that old tradition of literature where writers should not just be writing good novels or poetry, but should also try to take on big themes.
The Speculum Virginum (Jungfrauenspiegel "Mirror of Virgins") is a 12th-century didactic treatise on female monastic life.
The original text dates to the midth century and was possibly composed at the Augustinian Abbey of Andernach, founded by Richard, abbot of Springiersbach, for his sister in "Speculum of the Other Woman is a major text in the post feminist inquiry in France.
It will be of interest to feminists, psychoanalysts, philosophers, and literary critics. There is no other text that attempts to do readings of major texts within the Western philosophical Reviews: 9. Speculum Latinum: [microform] or, Latin made easy to scholars, by an English grammar only; By John Entick printed by R.
Tookey, for the author; and sold by George Strahan; J. Batley; R. Williamson; and J. Pote London Genre/Form: Early works Early works to Additional Physical Format: Online version: Entick, John. Speculum Latinum, Menston (Yorks.), Scolar P. en His best-known books, Ficciones (Fictions) and El Aleph (The Aleph), published in the s, are compilations of short stories interconnected by common themes, including dreams, labyrinths, philosophy, libraries, mirrors, fictional writers, and mythology.
Speculum Latinum: or, Latin made easy to scholars, by an English grammar only ; Neither Tedious, nor obscure ; composed on Natural Principles, and instructing the young Beginner in Latin, by English Rules, adapted to the meanest Capacities, for the Use and Benefit of Schools and Families.
Speculum non fallax. seu doctrina speculativa et practica de cognitione sui ipsius; explicata septem considerationibus, distributis in singulo hebdomadae dies. by Segneri, Paolo. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Scholars Latin Sale. Finish Catalog of Scholars Latin.
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(medicine) A medical instrument used during an examination to dilate an orifice. A mirror, especially one used in a telescope. (ornithology) A bright, lustrous patch of colour found on the wings of ducks and some other birds, usually situated on the distal portions of the secondary quills, and much more brilliant in the adult male than in the female.
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Speculum Criticum is a decade old this month. Posting has fluctuated but obviously the trend of late has been towards more and more rarely. This isn’t because I am thinking or writing less; it’s because I have discovered that my habits of writing, which were laid down long before I took up the keyboard, proved less adaptable to typing – and especially to the continual instant.
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Another truly great moment in speculum history came inwhen feminist lawyer and author Carol Downer walked into a Los Angeles bookstore, dropped her drawers, and inserted a speculum.Lucidarium – Book 16 (Marchetto da Padova, c. ) Notitia artis musicæ (Johannes de Muris, c.
) Pomerium (Marchetto da Padova, c. ) Speculum musicæ – Book 1 (Jacobus of Liège, mid 14th c.) Speculum musicæ – Book 2 (Jacobus of Liège, mid 14th c.) Speculum musicæ – Book 3 (Jacobus of Liège, mid 14th c.).