catena borrows right and left, and tries to follow every new indication of contemporary taste.
What wonder is it, that Catherine should have a chain,—catena?
Kircher's catena Magnetica might haply tell us something in reply to these inquiries.
Where was what is probably a copy of the second edition of the catena Aurea of Aquinas printed?
This picture—ascribed by Morelli and others to catena (see 234)—is by some connected with the name of Giorgione.
Here he wrote his literal commentary on Job, and the catena Aurea.
It would be easy to compile a catena of bellicose maxims from our literature, reaching down to the end of the 19th century.
Let not the weary reader imagine that the catena of evidence ends here!
As catena often brings in a little white lap-dog, so Bonifazio constantly has as an accessory a liver-and-white spaniel.
The name of catena has been proposed, but is now no longer seriously supported.