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Richard, German physician. See: May-Hegglin anomaly.
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If nothing else, however, our investigation has shown that in this unique statue for the Consilium maius of Dubrovnik an archaeological discovery - together with epigraphical expertise and the study of ancient literature, history, and religion - were all ingeniously combined in order to create an allegorical figure that was despite its distinctly antiquarian touch ultimately a response to the genuine human fears and hopes of its time and place.
Q]uia maius est esse et in re quam in solo intellectu, et si illud in solo est intellectu, maius illo erit quidquid etiam in re fuerit.
Addressing God, Anselm writes: "We believe you to be something than which nothing greater can be thought [or: conceived] [credimus te esse aliquid quo nihil maius cogitari posit].
Id tu, Brute, iam intelleges, cum in Galliam veneris; audies tum quidem etiam verba quaedam non trita Romae, sed haec mutari dediscique possunt; illud est maius, quod in vocibus nostrorum oratorum retinnit quiddam et resonat urbanius.
His igitur pre ceteris maius erit premium, quia dignior ordo vel labor ad meritum.
In this paper the author argues (1) that Anselm's discussion of divine justice and mercy is an exploration of God's nature as quo maius cogitari non potest, and (2) that his discussion contributes to a better understanding of the complicated relationship between God and creatures--including the creatures attempting to know or argue about God.
I of Speculum Quadruplex, sive Speculum Maius (Graz, 1964), col.
19) Compare the epigraphic evidence from the native communities of Uchi Maius and Thibaris in Africa, although admittedly 2nd century AD, honouring Gaius Marius as their founder (ILS 1334, 6790).