Definition of Theorica. Meaning of Theorica. Synonyms of Theorica

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Definition of Theorica

Theorica
Theorica The*or"i*ca, n. pl. [NL., fr. Gr. ? (sc. ?), fr. ? belonging to ? a public spectacle. See Theory.] (Gr. Antiq.) Public moneys expended at Athens on festivals, sacrifices, and public entertainments (especially theatrical performances), and in gifts to the people; -- also called theoric fund.

Meaning of Theorica from wikipedia

- Theorica (Gr. Θεωρικά) (also Theoric Fund and Festival Fund) was in ancient Athens the name for the fund of monies expended on festivals, sacrifices, and...
- (Taranto is a city in Apulia.) Perhaps the best known of his works is his Theorica et practica, which defends alchemical principles by describing the theoretical...
- Theorica is a genus of moths belonging to the family Tortricidae. Theorica lamyra (Meyrick, 1911) Theorica secunda Kuznetzov, 1997 List of Tortricidae...
- them as Theoricae novae planetarum in the 1470s. This "New Theorica" replaced the older theorica as the textbook of advanced astronomy. Purbach also began...
- medical art") of Ali ibn al-Abbas al-Majusi. A distinction is made between theorica and practica, as it has been made before in the so-called Isagoge Johannitii...
- Other treatises attributed to the "Second Gerard" include the Theoria or Theorica planetarum, and versions of Avicenna’s Canon of Medicine— the basis of...
- Iubal, Pythagoras and Philolaus engaged in theoretical investigations, in a woodcut from Franchinus Gaffurius, Theorica musicæ (1492)....
- Lawrence of Aquilegia (Lorenzo di Aquileia) was a thirteenth-century Italian canon and teacher. He is best known for his treatises on the ars dictaminis—the...
- to learn his art. The major treatises of his years in Milan are three: Theorica musicae (1492), Practica musicae (1496), and De harmonia musicorum instrumentorum...
- Gaffurius, Theorica musicae (1492): Pythagoras exploring harmony and ratio with various musical instruments...
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