Classical Philology, Volume 6

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University of Chicago Press, 1911 - Classical philology
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Page 494 - No proud one ! no jewelled circlet flaming through Heaven above the height of the unmerited throne, only some few leaves of wild olive, cool to the tired brow, through a few years of peace.
Page 330 - Sed ecce in manibus vir et praestantissimo ingenio et flagranti studio et doctus a puero C. Gracchus. Noli enim putare quemquam, Brute, pleniorem aut uberiorem ad dicendum fuisse. Et ille : Sic prorsus, inquit, existimo atque istum de superioribus paene solum lego.
Page 66 - Quid iuvat ornato procedere, vita, capillo et tenuis Coa veste movere sinus ? ' qui versus, Coae dederit nee munera vestis, ipsius tibi sit surda sine acre 2 lyra. dum vernat sanguis, dum rugis integer annus, utere, ne quid eras libet ab ore dies ! 60 vidi ego odorati victura rosaria Paesti sub matutino cocta iacere Noto.
Page 80 - Et nondum nati funeris auctor eris, Cumque parente sua frater morietur luli, Poenaque conexos auferet una duos. 'Sed iubet ire deus.
Page 81 - Abstrahor, Hypsipyle. sed dent modo fata recursus: Vir tuus hinc abeo, 60 vir tibi semper ero. Quod tamen e nobis gravida celatur in alvo, Vivat, et eiusdem simus uterque parens!

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