SERVITAE

SERVITAE
Ordo religiosus, in Communione Romana Florentiae institutus, A. C. 1232. Videatur Annuntiata. Item Philippus Benizius. Item congregatio, Massiliae, A. C. 1257. Ordo Servitarum, seu servorum B. Virginis, Venetiis Aabilitus, idem cum Annuntiat. Ordin. Ex hoc egregii Viri prodierunt, inter quos Frater Paulus eminet, velut inter ignes Luna minores, qui Reip. Venerae iura, contra Paulum V. strenue defenderat. postea aliquot vulneribus, per immissos percussores, tantum non occisus. Vide Vitam eius, et voce Paulus.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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  • Ser|vite — «SUR vyt», noun. a mendicant friar or nun of a religious order founded in Italy in the 1200 s, and following the rule of Saint Augustine. ╂[< Medieval Latin Servitae, plural < Latin servus slave, servant] …   Useful english dictionary

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