Johannes Gobi junior, Scala Coeli

De Morte (731)

Quinto est bonorum subtractiva.

refert Johannes Elemosinarius quod in imperio Constantinopolitano fuit statutum ut coronato imperatore veniebant magistri sepulcrorum, et offerebant ei quatuor pecias marmoris diversorum colorum dicentes: "Jube de quo istorum vis fieri tuum sepulcrum. ” Quia mors juvenibus est in insidiis, senibus in januis continue morimur, et mors unita est nobis. Cum ergo vita tua sit tanquam lucerna ad ventum et tanquam vas vitreum, dic per quem modum edificabimus. "

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