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" Dardaniusque Paris. Pallas quas condidit arces ipsa colat : nobis placeant ante omnia silvae. Torva leaena lupum sequitur, lupus ipse capellam, florentem cytisum sequitur lasciva capella, te Corydon, o Alexi : trahit sua quemque voluptas. "
Bucolica, Georgica, et Aeneis: Accedunt clavis metrica, notulae anglicae, et ...
by Virgil - 1829 - 491 pages
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A revised text of the poems of Vergil: with notes and a Vergilian dictionary

Virgil, Henry Simmons Frieze - Aeneas (Legendary character) - 1883 - 974 pages
...austrum Perditus et liquidis immisi fontibus apros. Quem fugis, ah, démens? habitarunt di quoque silvas 60 Dardaniusque Paris. Pallas, quas condidit arces,...Corydon, о Alexi : trahit sua quemque voluptas. 65 Aspice, aratra iugo referunt suspensa iuvenci, Et sol crescentis decedens duplicat umbras : Me tarnen...
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Publi Vergili Maronis Bucolica: Aeneis ; Georgica, Volume 1

Virgil - 1883 - 926 pages
...perditus et liquidis inmisi fontibus apros. — Quem fugis, ah, demens ? Habitarunt di quoque silvas, 60 Dardaniusque Paris. Pallas, quas condidit arces,...florentem cytisum sequitur lasciva capella ; te Corydon, o Alexi : trahit sua quemque voluptas. 63 Aspice, aratra iugo referunt suspensa iuvenci, et sol crescentis...
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A revised text of the poems of Vergil: with notes and a Vergilian dictionary

Virgil, Henry Simmons Frieze - 1883 - 960 pages
...liquidis immisi fontibus apros. Quem fugis, ah, démens? habitarunt di <jiioque silvas 60 Dardaniueqne Paris. Pallas, quas condidit arces, Ipsa colat; nobis...Florentem cytisum sequitur lasciva capella; Te Corydon, o Alexi: trahit sua quemque voluptas. 66 Aspice, aratra iugo referunt suspensa iuvenc!, Et sol crescentis...
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The Philosophical Basis of Theism: An Examination of the Personality of Man ...

Samuel Harris - Atheism - 1883 - 598 pages
...exertions nor the end of his exertion ; he has no freedom of will, he is " like dumb, driven cattle." "Torva leaena lupum sequitur; lupus ipse capellam,...Florentem cytisum sequitur lasciva capella, Te Corydon, O Alexl ; trahit sua quemque voluptas." appetite. In the consciousness of free-will a man says, with...
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The Ćneid, Georgics, and Ecologues rendered into Engl. blank ..., Volume 3

Publius Vergilius Maro - 1883 - 440 pages
...Perditus et liquidis iinmisi fontibus apros. Quern fugis, ab demens ? babitarunt di quoque silvas, Dardaniusque Paris. Pallas, quas condidit, arces Ipsa colat : nobis placeant ante omnia silvai. Torva leama lupam sequitur, lupus ipse capellam ; Florcntem cytisum sequitur lasciva capella...
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Bucolica, Aeneis, Georgica: The Greater Poems of Virgil, Volume 1

Virgil - 1886 - 810 pages
...austrum perditus et liquidis inmisi fontibus apros. Quem fugis, ah, démens? Habitarunt di quoque silvas, 60 Dardaniusque Paris. Pallas, quas condidit arces,...Torva leaena lupum sequitur ; lupus ipse capellam ; áorenteni cytisum sequitur lasciva capella ; te Corydon, о Alexi : trahit sua quemque voluj)tas....
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Fonti per la storia d'Italia pubblicate dall'Istituto storico ..., Volume 17

Italy - 1896 - 760 pages
...discutías, appetitu sint eiusdem per omnia voluntatis. nimisque verum est poeticum illud : 20 Torva leena lupum sequitur, lupus ipse capellam, Florentem cytisum sequitur lasciva capella, Te Corydon, o Alexi : trahit sua quenque voluptas (O. ut vix possit generaliter hec questio dirimí, cura nequeat...
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Le bucoliche

Virgil - 1889 - 162 pages
...limpidis. Cfr. Aen., IX, 679 : liquentia flumina e quem fugis, a, demens ? habitarunt di quoque silvas 60 Dardaniusque Paris. Pallas, quas condidit arces,...torva leaena lupum sequitur, lupus ipse capellam, fiorentem cytisum sequitur lasciva capella, te Corydon, o Alexi : trahit sua quemque voluptas. 65 aspice,...
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Advancement of Learning: And Novum Organum

Francis Bacon - Induction (Logic). - 1900 - 540 pages
...aliment, pursue their prey, or seek their pleasures, and this in a skilful and sagacious manner: — " Torva leaena lupum sequitur, lupus ipse capellam: Florentem cytisum sequitur lasciva capella." — Virgil.* He is also styled the god of the rural inhabitants, because men in this situation live...
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