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Songs about Sacer:
Sacer by Gang Gang Dance from the Album Eye Contact
Tua Graça Me Basta (feat. Verônica Sacer) by Davi Sacer from the Album No Caminho do Milagre - Ao Vivo
Antiphona O Adalberte sacer antistes / Cant. Magnificat by Schola Gregoriana Pragensis from the Album Anno Domini 997
Ave Sacer by Simonetta & FourEver from the Album Ineffable
Ave sacer Christi - Balanced Voices by Matthew Curtis from the Album Ave sacer Christi
Ave sacer Christi - Bass Muted by Matthew Curtis from the Album Ave sacer Christi
Ave sacer Christi - Bass Part Left by Matthew Curtis from the Album Ave sacer Christi
Books about Sacer:
Homo Sacer: Sovereign Power and Bare Life (Meridian: Crossing Aesthetics) by Giorgio Agamben and Daniel Heller-Roazen (Apr 1, 1998)
School-Age Care Environment Rating Scale (SACERS) Updated Edition by Thelma Harms, Ellen Vineberg Jacobs and Donna Romano White (Nov 30, 2013)
Politics, Metaphysics, and Death: Essays on Giorgio Agamben's Homo Sacer by Andrew Norris (Jul 11, 2005)
Sacer: Webster's Timeline History, 44 BC - 2005 by Icon Group International (May 28, 2010)
Estado De Excepcion/state of Exception: Homo Sacer, Ii, I (Filosofia E Historia) (Spanish Edition) by Giorgio Agamben and Fabian Lebenglik (Sep 30, 2004)
Homo Sacer (Italian Edition) by Giorgio Agamben (Oct 29, 2009)
Homo Sacer (Spanish Edition) by Giorgio Agamben (Mar 1999)
Movies about Sacer:
No Caminho do Milagre - Ao Vivo - Davi Sacer 2012 Unrated -
Promessas 2012 - Ana Paula Valadao/Andre Valadao/Davi Sacer . . . 2012 Unrated -
Wiki information Sacer:
Scarabaeus sacer is a species of dung beetle. It occurs in coastal dunes and marshes around the Mediterranean Basin. Among the coprophagous species of beetles, it is typical of those that collect dung into balls. Such a beetle rolls its ball to a...
Homo sacer is a figure of Roman law: a person who is banned, may be killed by anybody, but may not be sacrificed in a religious ritual. The meaning of the term sacer in Ancient Roman religion is not fully congruent with the meaning it took after...