Studi italiani di filologia classica, Volume 9 (Google eBook)

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G. C. Sansoni, 1901 - Classical philology
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Page 291 - Arcadia dicat se iudice victum. incipe, parve puer, risu cognoscere matrem ; 60 matri longa decem tulerunt fastidia menses. incipe, parve puer ; cui non risere parentes, nec deus hunc mensa, dea nec dignata cubili est.
Page 114 - Diomedes, in der Rechten das Schwert"), in der Linken das Palladion, schleicht behutsam vorwrts; ihm folgt eilig Odysseus, auf dem Kopfe den Pilos, in der Rechten das Schwert Beide sind nackt; um den Hals ist die Chlamys getoSpfl ') Ofer eine Fackel?
Page 30 - ... prodiderunt, in quis etiam Granius Flaccus in libro quem ad Caesarem de indigitamentis scriptum reliquit.
Page 448 - ... Sparta. In the Republic and elsewhere are many places which, given the now prevailing notion about Tyrtaeus, must suggest his name to the mind. Yet we find it nowhere before the work of Plato's last years. But the fact is that, although the career of Tyrtaeus is worth curiosity, his poetry, divested of its fictitious date, is not remarkable. It is clear and spirited, correct in sentiment and diction, but wonderfully verbose and platitudinous. I speak of the elegiacs ; of the anapaestic marches...
Page 296 - Servio spiega: et tu et hic digni estis vitula et quicumque similis vestri est.
Page 448 - ... who certainly wanted not interest in the antiquities either of poetry, or of education, or of Sparta. In the Republic and elsewhere are many places which, given the now prevailing notion about Tyrtaeus, must suggest his name to the mind. Yet we find it nowhere before the work of Plato's last years. But the fact is that, although the career of Tyrtaeus is worth curiosity, his poetry, divested of its fictitious date, is not remarkable. It is clear and spirited, correct in sentiment and diction,...
Page 44 - Il mio lavoro dedicato a questo confronto; che verser principalmente sui monumenti pi arcaici, nei quali con maggior fedelt si riflettono gli originali letterar.
Page 413 - Senece epistolas; nunquid ipsemet tibi videtur suas, sicut michi de meis consulis, collegisse? Quid referam Plinium, Ausonium, Symmachum vel Ennodium, apud quos sue congregationis vestigium nullatenus reperitur? Et ut de catholicis prosequar, an...
Page 295 - Ablative steht. Das Moment der vorausgehenden Bewegung muss als das vorherrschende aufgefasst werden knnen.
Page 405 - Ciceronis epistolarum familiarium volumen antiquissimum, de quo etiam supra dixi, tum ex eo ipso alterum desciptum, sicuti quidam putant, Francisci Petrarchae manu. Descriptum autem ex ipso liquet multis argumentis, quae nunc omiserim: sed hic posterior, quem dixi, codex ita est ab indiligente bibliopola conglutinatus, uti una transposita paginarum decuria, contra quam notata [ed.

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