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Definition of Vagantes

Vagantes
Vagantes Va*gan"tes, p. pl. [NL., fr. L. vagans, p. pr. of vagari to stroll or wander.] (Zo["o]l.) A tribe of spiders, comprising some of those which take their prey in a web, but which also frequently run with agility, and chase and seize their prey.

Meaning of Vagantes from wikipedia

- vagantes with excommunication, a penalty extended in the same year by the Synod of Arles to those who gave them shelter. Nevertheless, the vagantes still...
- Episcopi vagantes (singular: episcopus vagans), Latin for wandering bishops or stray bishops, are those persons consecrated, in a "clandestine or irregular...
- Epistolae Vagantes of Pope Gregory VII". Oxford University Press. [1] Epistolae vagantes - Wikisource Original Latin Text in Wikisource Epistolae vagantes: text...
- man-marking defenders and a full-back who was described as a terzino volante (or vagante, as noted at the time by former footballer and Gazzetta dello Sport journalist...
- attendance at church. Umberto Eco compares Joyce to the ancient episcopi vagantes (wandering bishops) in the Middle Ages. They left a discipline, not a cultural...
- primates of these churches are typically referred to as episcopi vagantes or vagantes in short. There are numerous ongoing internal disputes within the...
- Peter Abelard (in Latin: Petrus Abaelardus or Abailard), a medieval French scholastic philosopher, theologian, and logician. Goliard Clerici vagantes...
- Michaelli (Pope Leo XIV), (2006–2007) elected by a group of 34 episcopi vagantes. Juan Bautista Bonetti (Pope Innocent XIV), (2008), resigned May 2008....
- best known as being the source of various lines of succession of episcopi vagantes. Following the untimely death of St. Raphael of Brooklyn in 1915, Archimandrite...
- Episcopi Vagantes and the Anglican Church. Henry R.T. Brandreth. London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1947. Episcopi vagantes in church...
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