Rerum may refer to :

  • Lacrimae rerum is the Latin for tears for things.
  • Rerum Novarum is an encyclical issued by Pope Leo XIII on May 16, 1891.
  • Rerum Moscoviticarum Commentarii was a Latin book by Baron Sigismund von Herberstein on the geography, history and customs of Muscovy.
  • Rerum Prussicarum (disambiguation) refers to works on the history of Prussia.
  • Rerum Deus Tenax Vigor is the daily hymn for None in the Roman Catholic Breviary.
  • Silva rerum was a specific type of a book, a multi-generational chronicle.

Other articles related to "rerum":

Christian Socialism - Catholic Criticisms
... The encyclical Rerum Novarum encyclical of Pope Leo XIII from 1891 was the starting point of a teaching on social questions that was expanded and updated all ... Despite the introduction of social thought as an object of religious thought, Rerum Novarum explicitly rejects what it calls "the main tenet of socialism" "H ... masses, must be the inviolability of private property." Rerum Novarum, paragraph 16 ...
Silva Rerum
... Silva rerum (from Latin silva rerum — forest of things), polonized sylwa or and sometimes described as a home chronicle was a specific type of a ... postmodern literature try to create works similar to the silvae rerum of the past ... Some silvae rerum were of truly enormous proportions, with thousands of pages (Gloger cites one of 1764 pages) although most common size is from 500 to 800 pages ...
List Of Doctoral Degrees Awarded By Country - Czech Republic and Slovakia - Doctoral Degrees Gained After Graduation and Rigorous Examination
... Philosophiæ doctor – PhDr.) Doctor of natural sciences (Rerum naturalium doctor – RNDr.) Doctor of pharmacy (Pharmaciæ doctor – PharmDr ... Republic) Doctor of theology (Theologiæ doctor – ThDr.) Doctor of economy (Rerum commercialum doctor – RCDr ... no longer used) Doctor of social sciences (Rerum socialium doctor – RSDr ...
Henry Of Rebdorf
... Its title is Chronica, or Annales rerum ab imperatoribus Adolpho, Alberto, Friderico, Ludovico Bavarico et Carolo IV ... particularly in its second part, has some importance, and was first edited by Marquard Freher in Rerum Germanicarum Scriptores, I, 411-52 (Frankfurt-am-Main, 1600) 2nd ed. 1618) later by Struve (Strasbourg, 1717), and finally by Böhmer-Huber in Fontes rerum Germanicarum, IV (1868), 507-68 ...
List Of Doctoral Degrees Awarded By Country - Germany
... (Doctor rerum medicarum - "Doktor der Medizinwissenschaften" or Doctor of medical science) Dr ... (Doctor rerum physiologicarum- Doctor of Biomedicine and or Human Biology) Dr ... (Doctor rerum naturalium - literally "Doctor of natural things" - all natural sciences, mathematics and computer science) Dr ...