2 edition of Disce mori = found in the catalog.
Disce mori =
|Other titles||Learn to die., Disce Mori =, Learne to dye., Sutton"s Learn to die.|
|Statement||by Christopher Sutton.|
|Genre||Prayers and devotions.|
|LC Classifications||BT825 .S8 1839|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 392 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||392|
Disce mori = Learne to dye: a religious discourse mouing euery Christian man to enter in to a serious remembrance of his end, wherein also in contained the meane and manner of disposing himselfe to God before and at the time of his departure: in the whole, somewhat happily may be obserued, necessary to be thought vpon while wee are aliue, and when wee are dying to aduise our selues and others. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Christopher Sutton books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles.
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Excerpt from Disce Mori: Learn to Die How necessary it is, for the sick leaving all worldly thoughts, to apply his mind to prayer and godly meditations. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical : Christopher Sutton.
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Disce mori [microform] = Learne to dye: a religious discourse mouing euery Christian man to enter in to a serious remembrance of his end, wherein also in contained the meane and manner of disposing himselfe to God before and at the time of his departure: in the whole, somewhat happily may be obserued, necessary to be thought vpon while wee are aliue, and when wee are dying to aduise our.
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By Christopher Sutton, DD One volume, 16mo., $1 Of the three works of this excellent author lately reprinted, the " Disce Mori. The book, published inuses the death-bed scene, represented on this opening, as a memento mori; but it is penitential and sober in character.
The title of the book in Latin, Disce mori, means ‘Learn to die’. It calls itself ‘A religious discourse, moouing euery Christian man to enter into a serious remembrance of his ende. 1 An Introduction to Disce Mori 2 Manuscripts Oxford, Jesus College MS 39 (J) Oxford, Bodleian Library MS Laud misc.
99 (L) Oxford, Bodleian Library MS Eng. 57 (E) 3 Relation of Manuscripts 4 Language of Manuscripts 5 Date 6 Author and Audience 7 The 'Exhortacion' and its Sources 8 Editorial Procedure APPENDIX TO THE INTRODUCTION TEXT. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Sutton, Christopher.
Disce Mori. London: Printed for the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, Page - Exspirat medio in cursu, dum messis in herba est. Fessus erat, sed vix crescere sensit onus. Stemmata quid, si stat generoso in pectore Virtns, Si Virtutis Honor clara sacella aperit.
Ite, ite exequias. sit in urna perpetuum ver. Quaerit, quem inveniat patria moesta parem. Arthur's manuscript was a fifteenth-century volume containing several items on Practical Divinity, and known by the title Disce Mori (MS.
Laud Misc. 99). It was in an early eighteenth-century binding that had been re-backed, though the sewing originated from an earlier binding of unknown date. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.
National Emergency Disce mori = Learn to die by Sutton, Christopher. Publication date Topics Christian life, Death -- Religious aspects Christianity, Death.
Disce mori. "Exhortacion" from Disce mori. Heidelberg: Winter, © (OCoLC) Online version: Disce mori. "Exhortacion" from Disce mori. Heidelberg: Winter, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: E A Jones; Jesus College (University of Oxford).
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Publication date Topics Sutton, Christopher, ?, Devotional literature, Death. Contextual translation of "disce mori" into English. Human translations with examples: suffer, study!, thus die, learn to, they die, ti die art, i trust you. Disce mori: learn to dye: a religious discourse moving every Christian man to enter into a serious remembrance of his end: wherein also is contained the mean and manner of disposing himself to God, before and at the time of his departure.
ab uno disce omnes: from one, learn all Nietzscheian alternative worldview to that represented through memento mori ("remember you must die"): Nietzsche believed amor fati was more affirmative of life.
From Virgil, Aeneid, Bwhere the first word is in the archaic form audentis. Developing Inclusive and Sustainable Creative Economies (DISCE) is a three-year project bringing together researchers from Finland, Italy, Latvia and the UK. Funded by the European Commission, via the Horizon programme, this research will make a major contribution to understanding creative economies across the ing ten regional case studies with EU-wide quantitative mapping, the.Julia deVille (born ) is an artist, jeweller and taxidermist who only uses subjects in her taxidermy that have died of natural causes.
She is an advocate for animal rights, and began including taxidermy in her art work incombining it with her jewellery making practice to produce small sculptures and installations. DeVille’s interest in memento mori traditions of the fifteenth to.Book.
Section. Line. SUBMIT. Go To Section. Et tu, quo solo stabunt iam robore castra, Tiro rudis, specta poenas et disce ferire, Disce mori.” Tremuit saeva sub voce minantis. Book V. than now their presence raises it. Think you that you have ever turned the scale in my favour? Providence will never stoop so low that fate can attend.