Peru Map and Country Region
A. Quacquarelli CORPUS. The term corpus for a group of writings on the same subject was already used by the ancients. Cassiodorus used it for a collection of letters, Pope Gelasius for the totality of the books of the Bible Ep. 9,1. D. Gothofredus 1583 applied it to his edition of the Codex Justinianis, Corpus iuris civilis. The word was extended to other fields: Latin poets, Byzantinology, inscriptions. The great modern patristic collections adopted it instead of Bibliotheca: Corpus scriptorum ecclesiasticorum Latinorum, Vienna 1866; Corpus scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium, Paris, then Louvain; Corpus Christianorum, Turnhout 1953. From the 16th c. the first collections and libraries of the Fathers appeared, at first containing minor authors and works, major authors having their own editions. We will mention, in chronological order, the following: the 1528 Basel Library, by J. Sichard, titled Antidotum contra diversas omnium fere saeculorum haereses, followed by the Zurich Bibliotheca Patrum, eds. C. Gesnerius and J. Simlerus, 1572, mainly christological. In 1575 the Bibliotheca Patrum Parisiensis appeared, in 8 volumes ed. by Margarin de la Bigne and arranged by subject: it was the reply to the Centuries of Magdeburg and was reprinted and added to many times.
History for Peru Map
The Franciscan friars, however, continued their residence among the Zuni throughout the eighteenth century. Peru Map Despite the friars’ best effort, the Zuni proved a determined people, who protected their religious ceremonies with their lives; they often performed their ceremonies underground or outside of town, always beyond the prying eyes of their local padre. Finding the Zunis too resistant to their efforts, the Franciscans finally abandoned their missions in 1820. With the departure of the Franciscans, the Spanish presence among the Zuni people ended.