University of Illinois Studies in Language and Literature

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University of Illinois Press, 1925
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Seite 46 - Eous, hanc rediens sero vespere vidit anum. sed bene quod paucis licet interitura diebus succedens aevum prorogat ipsa suum. collige, virgo, rosas, dum flos novus et nova pubes, et memor esto aevum sic properare tuum.
Seite 198 - and "Ours "have been successfully revived — the one at the beginning, the other at the end of the season, while "Good for Nothing,
Seite 79 - Stoic doctrine. primusque dies dedit extremum. non illa deo vertisse licet quae nexa suis currunt causis. 990 it cuique ratus prece non ulla mobilis ordo, multis ipsum metuisse nocet, multi ad fatum venere suum dum fata timent.
Seite 36 - Felix, qui potuit rerum cognoscere causas, atque metus omnis et inexorabile fatum subiecit pedibus strepitumque Acherontis avari.
Seite 54 - Pindus alit 4 ubi inveniam malum cui cedat ille ? carmine in terras mago descendat astris Luna desertis licet et bruma messes videat et cantu fugax stet deprehensum fulmen et versa vice 470 medius coactis ferveat stellis dies : non flectet illum.
Seite 71 - Megaeralead on her band bristling with serpents and with baleful hand snatch a huge faggot from the blazing pyre. To work ! claim vengeance for outraged Styx. Shatter his heart ; let a fiercer flame scorch...
Seite 95 - Fortuna suo. vela secundis inflata notis 90 ventos nimium timuere suos, nubibus ipsis inserta caput turris pluvio vapulat Austro, densasque nemus spargens umbras annosa videt robora frangi ; feriunt celsos fulmina colles, corpora morbis maiora patent et cum in pastus armenta vagos vilia currant, placet in vulnus maxima cervix.
Seite 94 - Conferat tecum decus omne priscum fama miratrix senioris aevi ; pulchrior tanto tua forma lucet, clarior quanto micat orbe pleno cum suos ignes coeunte cornu iunxit et curru properante pernox exerit vultus rubicunda Phoebe nee tenent stellae faciem minores, talis est.
Seite 143 - Perge, detestabilis umbra, et penates impios furiis age. certetur omni scelere et alterna vice stringatur crisis ; ne sit irarum modus pudorve, mentes caecus instiget furor, rabies parentum duret et longum nefas eat in nepotes ; nee vacet cuiquam vetus odisse crimen — semper oriatur novum, 3O nee unum in uno, dumque punitur scelus, crescat.
Seite 362 - Lengo, a wanton fleet 150 The battle was ruined, the armies were torn. There will come from Alclud, men, bold, faithful, To drive from Prydein bright armies. There will come from Llydaw, a seasonable ally, Warriors from their war-horses will not regard their origin. Saxons on all sides into disgrace will come ; Their age has passed away ; there is not a country. Death has been accomplished to the black auxiliary. . Disease and duty will deli ver us, After gold and silver and what is congenial.

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