climacus


climacus
climacus (izg. klȋmakus) m
DEFINICIJA
glazb. pov. u neumatskoj notaciji gregorijanskog pjevanja znak za tri ili više silaznih nota
ETIMOLOGIJA
lat.grč. klȋmaks: ljestve

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  • Climacus — Chant grégorien Plain chant Neumes (1) Punctum Virga (2) Clivis Podatus (3) Sc …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Climacus — Este artículo o sección necesita referencias que aparezcan en una publicación acreditada, como revistas especializadas, monografías, prensa diaria o páginas de Internet fidedignas. Puedes añadirlas así o avisar …   Wikipedia Español

  • Climacus Johannes, S. — S. Climacus Johannes, (30. März), Abt auf dem Berge Sinai. S. S. Johannes Climacus …   Vollständiges Heiligen-Lexikon

  • John Climacus — ) Several monks are depicted climbing a ladder; at the top is Jesus, prepared to receive them into Heaven. Also shown are angels helping the climbers, and demons attempting to shoot with arrows or drag the climbers down, no matter how high up the …   Wikipedia

  • St. John Climacus —     St. John Climacus     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. John Climacus     Also surnamed SCHOLASTICUS, and THE SINAITA, b. doubtlessly in Syria, about 525; d. on Mount Sinai. 30 March, probably in 606, according the credited opinion others say 605 …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Johannes Climacus — Ikonographie der „Himmelsleiter“ Johannes Klimakos (griechisch Ἰωάννης Κλίμακος, * vor 579; † um 649)[1] war ein Heiliger, Mönch und griechischer asketischer Schriftsteller …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Johannes Climacus, S. (40) — 40S. Johannes Climacus Abb. (30. März). Das Wenige, was wir von diesem Heiligen wissen, haben uns zwei seiner Zeitgenossen überliefert, ein anomymer Mönch von Sinai und Daniel von Raithu, einem Kloster am rothen Meere. Johannes, vielleicht ein… …   Vollständiges Heiligen-Lexikon

  • John Climacus, Saint — • Sometimes called Scholasticus or the Sinaita. Article on the sixth century Syrian abbot of Mt. Sinai. He is called Climacus because he wrote the spiritual classic The Ladder of Divine Ascent, Klimax being the Greek for ladder. Catholic… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • John Climacus, Saint — ▪ Byzantine monk born c. 579 died c. 649, Mt. Sinai, Sinai Peninsula; feast day March 30       Byzantine monk and author of Climax tou paradeisou (Greek: “The Ladder of Divine Ascent,” the source of his name “John of the Ladder”), a handbook on… …   Universalium

  • JOHN CLIMACUS — (570 649)    an ASCETIC spiritual writer who became an ANCHORITE and promoted the dispassionateness as the ideal of CHRISTIAN PERFECTION …   Concise dictionary of Religion


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