maniple

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maniple

A handful; little used in the working medical parlance.
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Additus est Index Fabularum, Emblematum et Symbolorum (Estrasburgo, Zetner, 1598), que consta de numerosas citas latinas ordenadas por topoi (empieza con Abstinentia y acaba con Zelus), tomadas varias de ellas del Manipulus Florum (27).
246 de la Biblioteca Historica de Santa Cruz (Valladolid), que contiene un florilegium (elaborado a partir del Manipulus florum) del profesor de artes Cristobal Guillen de Paz (s.
lt;<La introduccion de la imprenta en Zaragoza: La produccion y distribucion del Manipulus Curatorum de Guido de Monterroterio, Zaragoza, Matheus Flanders, 15 de octubre de 1475>>.
The English word manipulation ultimately derives from the Latin manipulus, which means "handful.
Even without this reminder Ovid's readers would have been well aware that the ordinary prose expression for the object that he was alluding to was manipulus feni.