Pietas in patriam

the life of His Excellency Sir William Phips, Knt. Late captain general, and governor in chief of the province of the Massachuset-bay, New England. Containing the memorable changes undergone, and actions performed by him.
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Phips, William, Sir, 1651
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The Life of His Excellency Sir William Phips, Knt. Late Captain General, and Governour in Chief of the Province of Pietas in patriam book Massachuset-Bay, New England Written by One Intimately Acquainted with Him, without final advertisement leaf, title repaired with loss of final 2 letters of the word "Patriam" and some of the rule border, early ownership inscription "Thomas.

Pietas, as a virtue of the emperor Antoninus Pius, represented by a woman offering a sacrifice on the reverse of this sestertius Pietas, translated variously as "duty", "religiosity" or "religious behavior", "loyalty", "devotion", or " filial piety " (English "piety" derives from the Latin), was one of the chief virtues among the ancient Romans.

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Śmierć jako pietas erga patriam w historiografii starożytnego Rzymu Death as pietas erga patriam in the historiography of the ancient Rome. Author(s): Edyta CEEOL is a leading provider of academic e-journals and e-books in the Humanities and Social Sciences from and about Central and Eastern Europe.

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This book contains thirteen original essays about Puritan culture in colonial New England. Prompted by the growing interest in secular studies, as well as postnational, transnational, and postcolonial critique in the humanities, American Literature and the New Puritan Studies seeks to represent and advance contemporary interest in a field long recognized, however.

2 misfortunes, individual or national, to lack of pietas, so that the sins of the fathers continue to be visited on their children. During the years before Actium, Virgil completed the Georgics, a didactic poem on farming and the care of livestock, bees and vines; its first book.

The Pieta Prayer Book. These prayers were revealed by Our Lord to Saint Bridget in the Church of St. Paul at Rome, and are published under sanction of the Decree of Novempublished in the Acta of Apostolicae Sedis, Vol.

58, No. 16 of Decem This new biography is of course very different, but to some extent it is a long critical annotation of Mather's Pietas in Patriam.

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Fittingly, one author is Canadian—a professor at St. Mary's University in Halifax—and the other is American—a professor at Salem State College. (You can guess from the names which is which.)4/5(2). Limited ed. of copies Published in under title: Pietas in patriam: the life of His Excellency Sir William Phips, knt 1Pages: Religious Transformations in Cotton Mather’s Pietas in Patriam: Th e Life of His Excellency Sir William Phips, Knt.

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labentem pietas nec Apollinis infula texit. Iliaci cineres et flamma extrema meorum, testor, in occasu vestro nec tela nec ullas vitavisse vices Danaum et, si fata fuissent ut caderem, meruisse manu. divellimur inde, Iphitus et Pelias mecum (quorum Iphitus aevo iam gravior, Pelias et vulnere tardus Ulixi).

Behold One Raised by God" Religious Transformations in Cotton Mather’s Pietas in Patriam- The Life of His Excellency Sir William Phips, Knt Chapter 10 - Between Cicero and Augustine Religion and Republicanism in the Americas and beyond One possibility is that we are meant to identify the statesman of pietas in this passage with Augustus, who also imposed order after a time of chaos.

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McDermott, Emily A., "'Furor' as Failed 'Pietas': Roman Poetic Constructions of Madness through the Time of Virgil,' in Perdicoyanni-Paléologou, Hélène, ed., pietatem quae erga patriam aut parentes aut alios sanguine coniunctos officium conservare moneat. (Cic. Catullus’s Attis and the moment in Book 12 of the Aeneid when Turnus at.

Book 1: Furor/ anti-fate. Looking back, wishing he had died at Troy. 'Those who dies in Troy were luckier than I'.

(Showing more the traits of a Homeric hero). Book 1: Pietas/ Leadership. Then, he introduced also other meanings of pietas - adversus deos and erga patriam. Sextus promoted the concept in many various ways - using monetary legends, symbols, personifications and Author: Kamil Kopij. P - pactum Pactŭmējus - paeon Paeŏnes - pălam Pălămēdes - Pallantis Pallantĭus - palpāmentum palpātĭo - pampĭnĕus pampĭno - pandōrĭus Pandōsĭa - Pănormĭtānus Pănormus - Pāpĭlus Pāpĭnĭānus - Părălus părălysis - parcĭlŏquĭum parcĭmōnĭa - părīlĭcĭum părĭlis - Parrhăsĭus Parrhăsĭus - partĭlis partim - passales passārĭus - pastus pătăgĭārĭus.

Focuses on the identity of the politician, William Phips, as described in the book 'Pietas in Patriam: The Life of Sir William Phips,' by Cotton Mather. Characteristics on the biographies of Mather; Life of Phips; Political career of Phips.

Cotton Mather Published Abroad. Deluna, D.N. // Early American Literature;Sep91, Vol. 26 Issue 2, pThe book includes several biographies of saints, and describes the process of the New England settlement.(Meyers ) It is composed of seven total books, including Pietas in Patriam: the life of His Excellency Sir William Phips, originally published anonymously in London in   Pietas could also manifest itself in the political domain: pietas in patriam meant loyalty and duty to the State and to the fatherland.

In some cases, the term also connotes the meaning of iustitia.