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Proelium Pontis Milvii (28 Oct. 312 A.D.) zazzle.com/ProVaticanus Proelium Pontis Milvii fuit pugna Constantini I contra Maxentium die 28 Octobris 312 gesta. Nomen venit e ponte Milvio, huius …More
Proelium Pontis Milvii (28 Oct. 312 A.D.) zazzle.com/ProVaticanus Proelium Pontis Milvii fuit pugna Constantini I contra Maxentium die 28 Octobris 312 gesta. Nomen venit e ponte Milvio, huius proelii loco. Maxentio submersu Tibere, Constantinus vicit, tetrarchiamque finivit. Qui, ut ferunt historici, signum crucis, alio versione graeces chi ro ('XP') vidit cum nuntio "In hoc signo vinces". Romam ingressus Constantinus factus erat solus imperator imperii romani libertatem dedit Christianis et religio eius favorabilis in imperio facta est. Eusebius Caesariensis refert visionem Constantinum eorumque Dei Christiani victoriam promittentem si in scuta signum Chi-Rho oblinere, litterae primae nominis christi graece. Arcus Constantini in celebratione victoriae erectus est. #XP #Constantine #Rome patreon.com/ProVaticanusMore
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NUMMUS: DN GRATI-ANVS PF AVG - XP GLORIA R-O-MANORVM - ANTOB Θ http://zazzle.com/ProVaticanus Gratian AV Multiple, Antioch. DN GRATI-ANVS PF AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right…More
NUMMUS: DN GRATI-ANVS PF AVG - XP GLORIA R-O-MANORVM - ANTOB Θ http://zazzle.com/ProVaticanus Gratian AV Multiple, Antioch. DN GRATI-ANVS PF AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right.GLORIA R-O-MANORVM, Constantinopolis, seated facing onthe left, Roma seated half-left on the right, both helmeted,both holding Victory on globe, Roma has right foot on prow. Mintmark: ANTOB theta. RIC IX Antioch 16 var (reverse type unlisted) #Gratian #XP #SPQR Gratias ago tibi Deo per instrumenta de Jove Mauro Cámara. patreon.com/ProVaticanusMore
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Rome wasn't built in a day! Tantae molis erat Romanam condere gentem.-Vergilius Maro (Aeneid. I, 33) zazzle.com/ProVaticanus Rome wasn't built in a day! "Tantae molis erat Romanam condere gentem." -…More
Rome wasn't built in a day! Tantae molis erat Romanam condere gentem.-Vergilius Maro (Aeneid. I, 33) zazzle.com/ProVaticanus Rome wasn't built in a day! "Tantae molis erat Romanam condere gentem." -Vergilius Maro (Aeneid. I, 33) "Of so great a task it was to build the Roman nation". Gratias ago tibi Deo per instrumenta de DJMykah et Tauro Rubrico. #Rome #GiveYouWings #RedBull patreon.com/ProVaticanusMore
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Cantori Romani sub Msgr. Antonio Rella cecinerunt κύριε in Missa Gregoriana aput Basilicam S. Petri zazzle.com/ProVaticanus Record label: Victor Record - The Gregorian High Mass - Kyrie Eleison (…More
Cantori Romani sub Msgr. Antonio Rella cecinerunt κύριε in Missa Gregoriana aput Basilicam S. Petri zazzle.com/ProVaticanus Record label: Victor Record - The Gregorian High Mass - Kyrie Eleison (Last edition of Solesmes) - Recorded in St. Peter's, Rome - in the centenary of St Gregorius Magnus - Direction Mons. Rella, of the Sistine Chapel - Rome. This is the opening of the earliest recording of the Gregorian Chant, taken in Saint Peter's on 11 April 1904 for the Gramophone and Typewriter Company. The Victor catalog issued the following statement (or perhaps warning) apropos these recordings "It cannot be denied that these Gregorian Chant records are somewhat monotonous, except to those especially interested". Sure enough this is a drastic departure from the romantic style prominently featured on red seal discs of this time and would probably be a shock to anyone used to nothing but the singing style of Melba and Patti. Kyrie eleison (Graece κύριε ἐλέησον, "Domine, miserere") est …More
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ΝΟΥ͂ΜΜΟΣ: + ΙωΑNNΗC · ΒΑCΙΛεVC · ΚΑΙ · ΑVΤΟ / ΚΡΑΤωΡ · PωΜΑΙωΝ · Ο · ΠΑΑΑΙΟΛΟΓΟC #Reunion #Renaissance #SPQR http://zazzle.com/ProVaticanus Obverse: Bust of John VIII facing right, with hair…More
ΝΟΥ͂ΜΜΟΣ: + ΙωΑNNΗC · ΒΑCΙΛεVC · ΚΑΙ · ΑVΤΟ / ΚΡΑΤωΡ · PωΜΑΙωΝ · Ο · ΠΑΑΑΙΟΛΟΓΟC #Reunion #Renaissance #SPQR http://zazzle.com/ProVaticanus Obverse: Bust of John VIII facing right, with hair in long curls and a beard and moustache, wearing vest and cloak, with a tall hat. Around, + ΙωΑNNΗC · ΒΑCΙΛεVC · ΚΑΙ · ΑVΤΟ / ΚΡΑΤωΡ · PωΜΑΙωΝ · Ο · ΠΑΑΑΙΟΛΟΓΟC (John, King and Emperor of the Romans, the Palaeologus). Reverse: John VIII on horseback facing right, with bow and quiver, before wayside cross, hands folded in prayer. To the left, a page on horseback viewed from behind. The figures are positioned within a rocky landscape. Above, OPVS · PISANI · PICTO / RIS · , and below, εΡΓΟΝ · ΤΟV · ΠΙCΑΝΟV · ΖωΓΡΑΦΟV (The Work of Pisano the Painter). This medal is generally considered to be the first portrait medal of the Italian Renaissance. Though there are a few early prototypes of a medallic form, it was this and the further works of Pisanello which begot followers for the new art form …More
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#HeIsALive #Easter #ChristIsRisen zazzle.com/…urrection_mantegna_tours_poster-228523592709918791 This hymn was written by Jean Tisserand, O.F.M. (d. 1494) and originally had only nine stanzas. …More
#HeIsALive #Easter #ChristIsRisen zazzle.com/…urrection_mantegna_tours_poster-228523592709918791 This hymn was written by Jean Tisserand, O.F.M. (d. 1494) and originally had only nine stanzas. Stanzas "Discipulis adstantibus", "Ut intellexit Didymus", "Beati qui non viderunt" are early additions to the hymn. There are several different versions of the hymn. The one below is one of the more common versions. Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia. Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia. O filii et filiae, Rex caelestis, Rex gloriae morte surrexit hodie. R. Alleluia Ye sons and daughters of the Lord, the King of glory, King adored, this day Himself from death restored. R. Alleluia Ex mane prima Sabbati ad ostium monumenti accesserunt discipuli. R. Alleluia All in the early morning gray went holy women on their way, to see the tomb where Jesus lay. R. Alleluia Et Maria Magdalene, et Iacobi, et Salome Venerunt corpus ungere R. Alleluia Of spices pure a precious store in their pure hands these women bore, …More
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NUMMUS: D N THEODOSIVS P F AVG - SALVS REIPVBLICAE (~395 A.D.) patreon.com/ProVaticanus #Theodosius #SPQR #Coin Reign: Theodosius I Denomination: Ae4 Date Struck: 379-395 AD Mint: Rome Obve…More
NUMMUS: D N THEODOSIVS P F AVG - SALVS REIPVBLICAE (~395 A.D.)
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Reign: Theodosius I
Denomination: Ae4
Date Struck: 379-395 AD
Mint: Rome
Obverse: D N THEODOSIVS P F AVG - Diademed bust right Reverse: SALVS REIPVBLICAE - Victory advancing left, carrying trophy and dragging captive; SMA in exergue, crucigram in left field. Weight: 1.40 gm Diameter: 13.5 mm Reference: SR-4188 (4th ed) Grade: XF / F Theodosius I (Greek: Θεοδόσιος; 11 January 347 – 17 January 395), also called Theodosius the Great, was Roman emperor from 379 to 395. He is best known for making Catholic Christianity the state religion of the Roman Empire and great architecture projects in Constantinople. After a military career and a governorship under his father Theodosius the Elder – a comes rei militaris – he became magister equitum and was then elevated to the imperial rank of augustus by the emperor Gratian (r. 367–383). He replaced the latter's uncle and …More
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#ProVaticanus: De Vaticano et Agulio ex Mirabilia Urbis Romae zazzle.com/store/provaticanus #Vatican #Vaticano #Vaticanus #Rome Of the Vatican and the Needle. Within the palace of Nero is the …More
#ProVaticanus: De Vaticano et Agulio ex Mirabilia Urbis Romae zazzle.com/store/provaticanus #Vatican #Vaticano #Vaticanus #Rome Of the Vatican and the Needle. Within the palace of Nero is the temple of Apollo that is called Saint Parnel; before which is the basilica that is called the Vatican, adorned with marvelous mosaic and ceiled with gold and glass. It is therefore called the Vatican because in the place the vates, that is to say the priests, sang their offices before Apollo's temple, and therefore all that part of Saint Peter's church is called the Vatican. There is another temple that was Nero's Wardrobe, which is now called Saint Andrew; nigh whereunto is the memorial of Caesar, that is the Needle, where his ashes nobly rest in his sarcophagus, to the intent that as in his lifetime the whole world lay subdued before him, even so in his death the same may lie beneath him for ever. The memorial was adorned in the lower part with tables of gilded brass, and fairly limned …More
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Serenissima Numismata Respublicana a Duce Francisco Loredan cum Rosa Aurea SS. Clementis PP. XIII zazzle.com/store/provaticanus #Dogecoin #DogecoinRise #GoldenRose The Golden Rose is a gold ornam…More
Serenissima Numismata Respublicana a Duce Francisco Loredan cum Rosa Aurea SS. Clementis PP. XIII
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The Golden Rose is a gold ornament, which popes of the Catholic Church have traditionally blessed annually. It is occasionally conferred as a token of reverence or affection. Recipients have included churches and sanctuaries, royalty, military figures, and governments... Until the sixteenth century Golden Roses were usually awarded to male sovereigns. From the sixteenth century onwards it became more common to award them to female sovereigns and to the wives of sovereigns. The last male to receive a Golden Rose was Francesco Loredan, Doge of Venice, in 1759. Osella - Francesco Loredan - obverse1 Osella - Francesco Loredan - reverse Features Country Republic of Venice (Italian states) Doge Francesco Loredan (1752-1762) Type Non-circulating coin Year 1759 Value 1 Osella = 4 Zecchini (80) Currency Lira (1752-1797) …More
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Cantus Gregorianus de Abbatia S. Petri Solesmesis (F-72) (Kyriale N°12 et 15) 0:08 Kyrie XII 1:43 Gloria XII 4:21 Credo VI 10:11 Sanctus XII 11:31 Agnus XII 12:43 Kyrie XV 14:10 Gloria XV 16:24 …More
Cantus Gregorianus de Abbatia S. Petri Solesmesis (F-72) (Kyriale N°12 et 15) 0:08 Kyrie XII 1:43 Gloria XII 4:21 Credo VI 10:11 Sanctus XII 11:31 Agnus XII 12:43 Kyrie XV 14:10 Gloria XV 16:24 Sanctus XV 17:41 Agnus XV 18:56 Antiphona Asperges me 21:08 Antiphona Asperges me I ad libitum 23:01 Antiphona Asperges me II ad libitum Fontes: [Abbaye Saint Pierre de Solesmes] Chant Grégorien (3) (LP=FR=Decca 143.113) (Date : Mai 1953) #Vinyl #GregorianChant #LatinMass patreon.com/ProVaticanus
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#inspiration4: EN TOYTῼ NIKA ••• IN HOC + SIGNO VINCES - 27 Oct. 312 A.D. zazzle.com/…anvas_print-192402192126223495 The Vision of the Cross is a painting made between 1520 and 1524 by assistants …More
#inspiration4: EN TOYTῼ NIKA ••• IN HOC + SIGNO VINCES - 27 Oct. 312 A.D.
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The Vision of the Cross is a painting made between 1520 and 1524 by assistants of the Italian renaissance artist Raphael. After the master's death in 1520, Gianfrancesco Penni, Giulio Romano and Raffaellino del Colle from Raphael's workshop worked together to finish the commission to decorate with frescoes the rooms that are now known as the Stanze di Raffaello, in the Apostolic Palace in the Vatican. The Vision of the Cross is located in the Sala di Costantino ("Hall of Constantine"). In the painting, emperor Constantine I is seen just before the Battle of the Milvian Bridge on October 28, 312. According to legend, a cross appeared to Constantine in the sky, after which as seen in the fresco and following Eusebius of Caesarea Vita Constantini, he adopted the Greek motto "Εν τούτῳ νίκα", i.e. "By this, conquer", a motto that has been rendered in Latin as "In hoc …More
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Dogma De Romani Pontificis Infallibili Magisterio per acta SS. Pii IX P.M. in Concilio Vaticano zazzle.com/store/provaticanus provaticanus.blogspot.com/…ni-pontificis-infallibili.html SS. OECUMENIC…More
Dogma De Romani Pontificis Infallibili Magisterio per acta SS. Pii IX P.M. in Concilio Vaticano
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SS. OECUMENICUM CONCILIUM VATICANUM, SESS. IV, 18 JUL. 1870, Caput IV. De Romani Pontificis Infallibili Magisterio: "...Itaque nos traditioni a fidei christianae exordio perceptae fideliter inhaerendo ad Dei salvatoris nostri gloriam, religionis catholicae exaltationem et christianorum populorum salutem, sacro approbante concilio, docemus et divinitus revelatum dogma esse definimus: Romanum pontificem, cum ex cathedra loquitur, id est, cum omnium christianorum pastoris et doctoris munere fungens, pro suprema sua apostolica auctoritate doctrinam de fide vel moribus ab universa ecclesia tenendam definit, per assistentiam divinam, ipsi in beato Petro promissam, ea infallibilitate pollere, qua divinus Redemptor ecclesiam suam in definienda doctrina de fide vel moribus instructam esse voluit; ideoque …More
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Sperare in Deo #XP pro Reunificatione #SPQR per Imperium finibus Orientis Occidentisque zazzle.com/store/provaticanus In Christogramma habemus potentiam reunificationis, sic dicitur + : ἐν τούτῳ …More
Sperare in Deo #XP pro Reunificatione #SPQR per Imperium finibus Orientis Occidentisque
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In Christogramma habemus potentiam reunificationis, sic dicitur + :
ἐν τούτῳ νίκα = In Hoc Signo Vinces
Gratias ago tibi Deo per instrumenta de Jove Mauro Cámara.
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NUMMUS: CONSTANTI-NVS MAX AVG - ΧΡ ••• SPES PVBLIC CONS (~327 A.D.) zazzle.com/store/provaticanus The Nummus is a Roman coin, in this particular displays in Latin, CONSTANTINVS MAX AVG (Constanti…More
NUMMUS: CONSTANTI-NVS MAX AVG - ΧΡ ••• SPES PVBLIC CONS (~327 A.D.)
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The Nummus is a Roman coin, in this particular displays in Latin, CONSTANTINVS MAX AVG (Constantine the Greatest Augustus) on obverse; while on reverse side of coin from Greek #XP (two capital letters—chi and rho - ΧΡ - of the word ΧΡΙΣΤΟΣ = Christos) and symbolization of ••• (representing the Most Holy Trinity Father, Son, and Holy Spirit), and Latin #SPES PVBLIC (Hope of the People).
Constantine, and Eusebius, compared serpents/dragons to evil on many occasions. In one instance, when he referred to Arius, Constantine talked about the serpent and the Devil as if they were one. Constantine also used the dragon/serpent symbolism to specifically describe Licinius. “Like some, or a twisting snake coiling up on itself.” “But now, with liberty restored and that dragon driven out of the public administration through the providence of the supreme God and by our service.”
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Bene scripsisti de me Thoma patreon.com/ProVaticanus #Aquinas St Thomas heard Christ speaking to him from the Cross: "Bene scripsisti de me Thoma; quam ergo mercedem accipias ?" (You have written …More
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St Thomas heard Christ speaking to him from the Cross: "Bene scripsisti de me Thoma; quam ergo mercedem accipias ?" (You have written well of me, Thomas (a reference to the Office of Corpus Christi); what reward would you have?) ✴To which Thomas replied: "Non aliam Domine nisi te ipsum" (None other than Thyself, Lord). Vide: The Life and Labours of Saint Thomas of Aquin, Volumes 1-2, By Roger Bede Vaughan · 1874, p. 915.
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Ago tibi gratias Deo per instrumenta de Emirhan Cesur.
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κύριε - Kyrie I zazzle.com/store/provaticanus Kyrie eleison (Graece κύριε ἐλέησον, "Domine, miserere") est initium brevis litaniae tripartitae, quae variis liturgiae locis canitur. Maxime notum est …More
κύριε - Kyrie I
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Kyrie eleison (Graece κύριε ἐλέησον, "Domine, miserere") est initium brevis litaniae tripartitae, quae variis liturgiae locis canitur. Maxime notum est ut pars ordinarii missae, sed etiam plures litaniae (ut puta Litaniae Sanctorum aut Litaniae Lauretanae) vocibus Kyrie eleison incipiunt. Invocatio ex vocativo verbi Graeci κύριος, "Dominus" et imperativo ἐλέησον verbi ἐλεέω, "misereri". Kyrie eleison est una ex duabus precibus Graecis in liturgia Ecclesiae Catholicae Romanae servatis. Altera prex Graeca in Improperiis Feriae Sextae in Passione Domini invenitur. Textus Cantus Kyrie de Missa XI (Orbis Factor).
Verba huius orationis sunt:
Kyrie eleison. (Κύριε ἐλέησον) Christe eleison. (Χριστὲ ἐλέησον) Kyrie eleison. (Κύριε ἐλέησον) Antiqua versio (utitur in missis poliphonicis): S. Kyrie eleison. (Κύριε ἐλέησον) M. Kyrie eleison. (Κύριε ἐλέησον) S. Kyrie eleison. (Κύριε ἐλέησον)
M. Christe eleison. (Χριστὲ ἐλέησον) S. Christe eleison. (Χρισ…
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#DogecoinArmy: Alexander PP. III perhibuit gladium aureum Duce Sebastiano Zani (Venetiae, 1177 A.D.) zazzle.com/…duce_poster-228184622833136913 Alexander III (nobili loco nomine Rolandus Bandine…More
#DogecoinArmy: Alexander PP. III perhibuit gladium aureum Duce Sebastiano Zani (Venetiae, 1177 A.D.)
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Alexander III (nobili loco nomine Rolandus Bandinelli Senae Iuliae anno circiter 1105 natus; Civitate Castellana die 30 Augusti 1181 mortuus), iuris consultus et theologus, fuit episcopus Romanus i.e. papa Eclesiae Catholicae a die 7 Septembris 1159. Rolandus Bandinelli ius canonicum Bononiae docuit eodem tempore quo Albertus de Morra (papa futurus Gregorius VIII). Scripsit Stroma et Summa Magistri Rolandi, commentarios Decreti Gratiani. Nuper studiosi dubitant eum papamque Alexandrum III sint eandem personam. Mense Octobri 1150, Rolandus Bandinelli Cardinalis Sanctae Romanae Ecclesiae a papa Eugenio III creatus est. Illo tempore sententias scripsit. Anno 1153, Rolandus Bandinelli cancellarius pontificius factus est. Alexander III urbes Italicas (in Societate Lombardorum coniunctas) contra imperatorem Fridericum I sustinuit adeo, ut anno …More
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Septem Colles Romae per Centenarium pro Mario Lanza (31 Ian. 1921 - 7 Oct. 1959) zazzle.com/store/provaticanus The Seven Hills of Rome by Mario Lanza (1957): You'll fall in love Your heart is home …More
Septem Colles Romae per Centenarium pro Mario Lanza (31 Ian. 1921 - 7 Oct. 1959)
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The Seven Hills of Rome by Mario Lanza (1957):
You'll fall in love
Your heart is home
When you are young
Among the seven hills of Rome
The world is old but love is new And when in Rome your heart will tell you what to do You'll feel a glance And a happy circumstance Has made you know you've suddenly found romance So fall in love Your heart is home You've made a heaven The seven hills of Rome #MarioLanza #Rome #Romance #Music patreon.com/ProVaticanus
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