Paginae
Pagina Pag"i*na, n.; pl. {Pagin[ae]}. [L.] (Bot.) The surface of a leaf or of a flattened thallus. [1913 Webster]

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  • PAGINAE — de libris chartarum proprie dicebantur, ut tabellae de membranis; Et quidem libri in membranisomnia folia, sive tabellas membranaceas, ex utraque parte scriptas habebatnt et probe succincteque compacti in non adeo magnam molem assurgebant: Libri… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • PAGINAE Valvarum — apud Plin. l. 16. c. 42. Firmissima ad tectum abies, eadem valvarum paginis, et ad quacumque libeat intestina opera, firmissima, sive Graecô, sive Campanae fabricae artis genere spectabilis, ramentorum crinibus pampinatô semper orbe se volvens,… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • pp. — paginae страницы …   Latin abbreviations in biology

  • pp. — paginae pages prox. proximus, proximo next, in the next …   Latin abbreviations

  • Портал:Древний Рим — П:ДР Начинающим · Сообщество · …   Википедия

  • TABELLA — olim chartae locô. Postquam enim literae, quae prius sculpebantur, pingi coepêre, materiem, in qua illae pingerentur, initio arbores, hinc quadrupedia, postea et lintea praebuêre. Et quidem ex arboribus huic rei primum folia inservierunt, postea… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

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  • PP — Contents 1 Places 2 Computers and computing 3 Law 4 Media …   Wikipedia

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