Zeitschrift für vergleichende Sprachforschung auf dem Gebiete des Deutschen, Griechischen und Lateinischen, Volume 8

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Dümmler, 1859 - Indo-European philology
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Page 176 - Sic erat instabilis tellus, innabilis unda, lucis egens aer : nulli sua forma manebat, obstabatque aliis aliud, quia corpore in uno frigida pugnabant calidis, humentia siccis, mollia cum duris, sine pondere habentia pondus.
Page 24 - ... fronti langueat ante meae. at mihi quod formas unus vertebar in omnes, nomen ab eventu patria lingua dedit; et tu, Roma, meis tribuisti praemia Tuscis jo (unde hodie Vicus nomina Tuscus habet), tempore quo sociis venit Lycomedius armis atque Sabina feri contudit arma Tati. vidi ego labentes acies et tela caduca atque hostes turpi terga dedisse fugae.
Page 215 - sarta tecta uti sint" opera publica [publice] locantur, et ut Porphyrio ex Verrio et Festo „in auguralibus...
Page 177 - Saipovot d^an-os, were lighted by the dive, to prognosticate * the destined union, of which the water in the bath was a further omen. Thus Lactantius : "A veteribus institutum est, ut sacramento ignis et aquae nuptiarum foedera sanciantur, quod foetus animantium calore et humore corporentur atque animentur ad vitam. Unde aqua et igne uxorem accipere dicitur.
Page 86 - ... and pestle, not the implements themselves, that are addressed. 7. Implements of sacrifice, bestowers of food, loud-sounding, sport like the horses of INDRA champing the grain. 8. Do you two forest lords, of pleasing form, prepare with agreeable libations our sweet (Soma) juices for INDRA. 9. Bring the remains of the Soma juice upon the platters, sprinkle it upon the blades of Kusa grass, and place the remainder upon the cow-hide.
Page 108 - Mos erat Cypriis , virgines ante nuptias statutis diebus dotalem pecuniam quaesituras , in quaestum ad litus maris mittere , pro reliqua pudicitia libamenta Veneri soluturas.
Page 23 - Tyria voluit procedere palla: urit, seu nivea candida veste venit. talis in aeterno felix Vertumnus Olympo mille habet ornatus, mille decenter habet.
Page 209 - Silicernium erat genus farciminis, quo fletu familia purgabatur. Dictum autem silicernium, quia cujus nomine ea res instituebatur, is jam silentium cerneret. Caecilius: „Credidi, silicernium ejus me esse esurum.
Page 101 - Silvium creât. is deinde Latinum Silvium. Ab eo coloniae aliquot deductae, Prisci Latini appellati. Mansit Silviis postea omnibus cognomen, qui Albae regnarunt. Latino Alba ortus, Alba Atys, Atye Capys, Capye Capetus, Capeto Tiberinus ; qui, in trajectu Albulae amnis submersus, celebre ad posteros nomen flumini dedit. Agrippa inde Tiberini filius; post Agrippam Romulus Silvius, a patre accepto imperio, regnat.
Page 86 - ... (with a cord), like reins to restrain (a horse), INDRA, recognize and partake of the effusions of the mortar. 5. If, indeed, O Mortar, thou art present in every house, give forth (in this rite) a lusty sound, like the drum of a victorious host. 6. Lord of the forest, as the wind gently blows before thee, so do thou, O Mortar, prepare the Soma juice for the beverage of INDRA.

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