Bucolica: Georgica ; et neis : accedunt clavis metrica, notulae Anglic, et qustiones, nec non index vocabulorum uberrima

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Sumptibus Cummings, Hilliard, 1826 - Latin language - 809 pages
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Page 7 - Nunc ego (namque super tibi erunt qui dicere laudes, Vare, tuas cupiant et tristia condere bella) agrestem tenui meditabor harundine Musam.
Page 171 - ... in somnis ferus Aeneas, semperque relinqui sola sibi, semper longam incomitata videtur ire viam et Tyrios deserta quaerere terra...
Page 285 - Talia dicta dabat ; sed viribus ensis adactus Transabiit costas et candida pectora rumpit. Volvitur Euryalus leto, pulchrosque per artus It cruor, inque...
Page 486 - But because it was necessary for the reader to know what had happened to him in the taking of Troy, and in the preceding parts of his voyage, Virgil makes his hero relate it by way of episode in the second and third books of the ^ZEneid.
Page 94 - Tres Notus abreptas in saxa latentia torquet (saxa vocant Itali mediis quae in fluctibus Aras...
Page 34 - Jam varias pelagi volucres, et quae Asia circum Dulcibus in stagnis rimantur prata Caystri...
Page 221 - Haec ubi dicta dedit, lacrimantem et multa volentem 790 dicere deseruit, tenuesque recessit in auras. Ter conatus ibi collo dare bracchia circum ; ter frustra comprensa manus effugit imago, par levibus ventis volucrique simillima somno.
Page 167 - ... si bene quid de te merui, fuit aut tibi quicquam dulce meum, miserere domus labentis, et istam — oro, si quis adhuc precibus locus — exue mentem.
Page 9 - Phoebi chorus assurrexerit omnis ; ut Linus haec illi divino carmine pastor floribus atque apio crines ornatus amaro dixerit: 'Hos tibi dant calamos, en accipe, Musae, 'Ascraeo quos ante seni, quibus ille solebat 70 'cantando rigidas deducere montibus ornos. 'His tibi Grynei nemoris dicatur origo, 'ne quis sit lucus, quo se plus iactet Apollo.

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