ecce iste reprobat principatus et dominationes, ille probat.
This was written in 1904; ecce Homo has appeared in the meantime.
ecce quam crudelis et deceptor Deus, qui sic eos decepit ut perirent.
This museum also contains a carving in wood, representing the “ecce Homo.”
The engraving "ecce Homo" is in two states, a fine proof having been added.
To me,” he said in ecce Homo, “they are promises: I know not what they mean to others.
A sermon was preached on the occasion by Francisco Borja, from the text, "ecce longavi fugiens et mansi in solitudine."
Over the mantle she had hung the finest picture in the house,—an "ecce Homo," and an exquisite engraving.
ecce ubi unum pro papa stare inveni, tres pro te contra papam stabant.
"ecce, inquam, Veneris hortator et armiger Liber advenit ultro," where see Pricus.
Latin, literally "behold the man" (John xix:5).