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[[Fasciculus:Weddingring.JPG|thumb|Anulus nuptialis]]
'''Anulus nuptialis'''<ref>''Anulus nuptialis'', titulus operis saec. XV. Vide: Rollin David Larrick, ed., ''[https://www.researchgate.net/publication/34397326_An_Edition_of_the_Anulus_nuptialis_a_fifteenth_century_Latin_dialogue_on_the_love_of_the_Heavenly_Bridegroom An Edition of the Anulus nuptialis: a fifteenth century Latin dialogue on the love of the Heavenly Bridegroom]'' (dissertatio Universitatis Civicae Floridensis, 1981)</ref><ref>[[Iohannes Traupman]], ''Latin and English Dictionary'' (Novi Eboraci: Bantam Books, 2007), s.v. ''wedding ring.'' [Citatio verificanda, vide disputationem]</ref><ref>[[Reijo Pitkäranta]], ''[[Suomi-latina-suomi-sanakirja|Suomi-latina-suomi-sanakirja: Lexicon Finnico-Latino-Finnicum]]'', sub voce ''vihkisormus'' (Helsinki 2002). [Citatio verificanda, vide disputationem]</ref> est anulus indicans indutum in [[matrimonium]] esse. In [[anularius|digito anulario]] dextro aut sinistro geri solet. Consuetudo induentis talem anulum extensa est ultra originem [[Europa]]e.{{dubsig}}<ref>{{cite web|last1=Oliver|first1=Juliet|title=Where Do Wedding Rings Come From?|url=http://www.julietoliver.com/blog/where-do-wedding-rings-come-from-/|accessdate=9 September 2014|date=4 September 2014|quote=The earliest ceremonies involving rings, hearkening back from ancient Greece and Rome.}}</ref>
 
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