Hieronymus


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(Roman Catholic Church) one of the great Fathers of the early Christian Church whose major work was his translation of the Scriptures from Hebrew and Greek into Latin (which became the Vulgate)

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La seleccion de material y curaduria de Hieronymus corrio cargo de Vassiliev en colaboracion con Juan Manuel Herrera, titular de la Lerdo de Tejada, y del pintor Juan Pablo Rulfo, quien realizo el trabajo para la difusion visual de la muestra.
As Stefan Fischer notes in Taschen's sumptuous Hieronymus Bosch: Complete Works (another happy by-product of Bosch's quincentenary), Christ Mocked has more than once been rejected from the Bosch canon for not being grotesque enough, while the hell scene newly restored to Bosch by the BRCP once seemed too Boschian to be true.
The philosopher always warns Praxa about her wrong methods of ruling, and he then gives Hieronymus a long speech on how Tyranny cannot continue.
Hieronymus knows that issue sets off alarm bells in Britain where all-seater stadia were created after the Heysel and Hillsborough disasters but is convinced of the merits of standing.
Market traders and shoppers alike will be entertained this weekend by an abundance of unique street entertainment including Titan the 8ft tall interactive robot, Hieronymus the part animal, part mechanical hippo and an interactive performance by "two wisemen" searching for a third recruit.
Hieronymus, a journalist, explains how breweries make wheat beers.
A musical, historical and art historical discussion accompanies color images of works by Anthony van Dyck, Hieronymus Bosch, Gustav Klimt, Francisco Goya, Marc Chagall, Man Ray, Edouard Manet, Henri Rousseau and others.
Dixon's excellent reading of Hieronymus Bosch's The Cure of Folly, and an interesting review of representations of hermetism in the postmodern fiction of the twentieth century from Gyorgy E.
For Hinthamer Bekooring Anton Reijnders drew inspiration from Hieronymus Bosch's painting The Temptation of St.
Co-authors Daria Labinsky and Stan Hieronymus bring a beautifully designed, profusely illustrated, and superbly presented compendium showcasing the life and works of Frank Applegate and his influence.
QUIZ CHALLENGE: 1 Hieronymus Bosch; 2 Schooner; 3 Royal Dutch Shell; 4 Eighteen and 70; 5 A small island off the Isle of Man.
I swear the skies darkened, once friendly faces turned to Hieronymus Bosch-like devils and hastily erected signs stated: "Cardiff scum - swimming pool this way
Reviving Garden, Clarke learned, meant calling up the same linear story (the fall of Eden, the seven deadly sins, the realm of the damned) and the same fevered atmosphere (inspired by Hieronymus Bosch's 1504 painting), but through fresh eyes.
Ray could have also been referring to the movie itself, a fitfully engaging tale of honor and friendship burdened with ankle-deep ruminations on Hieronymus Bosch, cheap jokes targeted at dwarves and Ugly Americans and a lot of late-in-the-game freaky fireworks that turn all that quaint Bruges cobblestone six shades of blood-red.
His fellow students dubbed him Josh (they said he painted like Sir Joshua Reynolds), but the real influence is plainly the 15th century illusionist Hieronymus Bosch, who produced surreal landscapes of heaven and hell.