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- Summa and its diminutive summula (plural summae and summulae, respectively) was a medieval didactics literary genre written in Latin, born during the 12th...
- n, n + ½ and n + 1. In 1713, Jacob Bernoulli published under the title Summae Potestatum an expression of the sum of the p powers of the n first integers...
- and they worked towards this through glosses (glossae) and summaries (summae) on Gratian. They are contrasted with the decretalists, whose work primarily...
- Jakob Bernoulli's "Summae Potestatum", 1713...
- create literature around it: Glossae: translations of the old Roman laws Summae: summaries Brocardica: short sentences that made the old laws easier to...
- national anthem of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta. Latin Ave Crux alba, summae pietatis signum, Ave Crux alba, salutis nostrae sola spes, Corda fidelium...
- flame through which everyone must p****. As a prayer, they sing the hymn Summae Deus Clementiae (God of Supreme Clemency) from the Liturgy of the Hours...
- part derived from Latin texts. His treatises are strongly influenced by Summae virtutum ac vitiorum, a treatise written in the thirteenth century by the...
- Decretum (see also glossator). Systematic commentaries were called Summae. Some of these Summae were soon in circulation as well and obtained the same level...
- Domino, pristina abiecta maledictione, credentes reddiderunt. Tunc autem summae sanctitatis antistes, consilio inito **** fratribus, ligneum ex supradictae...
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