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Os barbaros, consoante advoga a percepcao dos romanos, eram reconhecidamente caracterizados por uma pilosidade abundante, de modo que insuflavam uma rudeza de comportamentos viris superlativos, por vezes, ameacadores.
200: "quanto enim tempore vir eius vivit, alligata est lege viri, ergo si eo tempore alteri nubit, adulterio profecto committit".
88 Si vir et uxor,propter morum acerbitatem invicem non conveniant : decern viri de legum custodibus qui medii sint, et decern mulieres de connubiorum curatricibus prouideant.
11) ILDEFONSO DE TOLEDO, de Viris Illustribus, VIII (Ed.
Principibus et equestris ordinis viris non solum delectabile et iucundum valde, verum etiam summe utile futurum' (t.
His other major works include De viris illustribus (begun c.
5) Hesychius of Miletus De viris illustribus 4 has the same version, but with '[Alpha][Lambda][Lambda][Alpha]' ('but') as the copula, and similarly Acron in his commentary on Horace Epistles 1.
Among his Latin works are De viris illustribus (On Illustrious Men); the epic poem Africa, which has Scipio Africanus as its hero and the love of Masinissa and Sophonisba as its key romantic episode; the dialogue Secretum, which reveals in a debate with St.
Dreen owns 100 percent of De Viris, Natura e Ambiente SA, whose purpose and mission is: creation, construction and installation (turnkey method), management, operation and maintenance of integrated systems that promote the sustainability of energy and water resources, with the use of renewable energies (solar photovoltaic and thermal, wind, geothermal, etc.
Over the first several decades, little progress was made, with Festa's edition of the Africa in 1926 being followed by Rossi and Bosco's Familiares in 1933-1942, Billanovich's Rerum memorandarum libri in 1945, and Martellotti's De viris illustribus in 1964.
a) El comportamiento de los esposos (Col 3,18-19): Mulieres, subditae estote viris sicut oportet in Domino.