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" Nunc ego (namque super tibi erunt qui dicere laudes, Vare, tuas cupiant et tristia condere bella) agrestem tenui meditabor harundine Musam. "
A revised text of the poems of Vergil: with notes and a Vergilian dictionary - Page xxxi
by Virgil, Henry Simmons Frieze - 1883 - 912 pages
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Le bucoliche: Testo, costruzione, versione letterale e brevi note

Virgil - 1903 - 157 pages
...ammonì : •O Titiro, bisogna pastorem pascere pingues che un pastore faccia pascere le grasse Nunc ego — namque super tibi erunt, qui dicere laudes,...tristia condere bella — Agrestem tenui meditabor arundìne Musai n. Non iniussa cano. Siquis tamen haec quoque, siquis Captus amore leget, te nostrae,...
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Las Bucólicas de Publio Virgilio Maron

Virgil - Country life - 1903 - 444 pages
...«pastorem, Tityre, pinguis Pascere oportet ovis, deductum dicere carmen.» Nunc ego (namque snper tibi erunt qui dicere laudes, Vare, tuas cupiant et tristia condere bella.) Agrestem tenui meditabor barundine mnsam. Non iniussa cano, siquis lamen haec quoque, siquis Captus amore leget: te nostrae,...
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Carmina

Lygdamus - 1906 - 179 pages
...dativus : ad tanta facta canenda.— conditor, scriptor, narrator; poeta respexit Verg. Ecl. 6, 6—7 : «namque super tibi erunt, qui dicere laudes, Vare, tuas cupiant et tristia condere bella». — Nee tua prœter te chartis intexere quisquam Facta queat, erat enim Messalla orator clarissimus....
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Philologische Wochenschrift, Volume 21

Classical philology - 1901
...Kriegsmann eine Verherrlichung seiner Thaten erwarten kann, wie sie ecl. VI 6 in Aussicht gestellt ist (namque super tibi erunt qui dicere laudes, Vare, tuas cupiant et tristia coqdere bella), das weiß ich allerdings nicht. Und noch weniger wird man sich wohl in Ecl. IX mit...
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Opera: recognovit brevique adnotatione critica instruxit R. A. B. Mynors

Publio Virgilio Marón, Publius Vergilius Maro, Virgil, P. Vergili, Sir Roger Mynors - Bibles - 1969 - 452 pages
...'pastorem, Tityre, pinguis pascare oportet ouis, deductum dicere carmen.' 5 nunc ego (namque super tibí erunt qui dicere laudes, Vare, tuas cupiant et tristia...harundine Musam: non iniussa cano, si quis tarnen haec quoque, si quis captus amore leget, te nostrae. Vare, myricae, ю te nemus omne canet ; née Phoebo...
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The Lyre and the Oaten Flute: Garcilaso and the Pastoral

Dario Fernandez-Morera, Darío Fernández-Morera - Literary Criticism - 1982 - 128 pages
...vellit et admonuit: «Pastorem, Tityre, pinguis pascere oportet ovis, deductum dicere carmen. » Nunc ego (namque super tibi erunt, qui dicere laudes, Vare,...meditabor harundine musam. Non iniussa cano. Si quis tamen haec quoque, si quis captus amore leget: te nostrae, Vare, myricae, te nemus omne canet; nec...
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Latin Literature, Volume 2, Issue 1

E. J. Kenney - Latin literature - 1982 - 973 pages
...uellit et admonuit: 'pastorem, Tityre, pinguis pascere oportet ouis, deductum dicere carmen.' nunc ego (namque super tibi erunt qui dicere laudes, Vare,...condere bella) agrestem tenui meditabor harundine Musam. (3~8) When I was singing of kings and battles, Cynthian Apollo tweaked my ear and warned: 'A shepherd,...
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Classical Epic Tradition

John Kevin Newman - Literary Criticism - 2003 - 572 pages
...aurein Vellit et admonuit 'Pastorem, Tityre, pingues Pascere oportet oves, deductum dicere carmen." Nunc ego (namque super tibi erunt qui dicere laudes, Vare,...meditabor harundine Musam. Non iniussa cano. Si quis tamen haec quoque, si quis Captus amore leget, te nostrae, Vare, myricae, Te nemus omne canet . . ....
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The Chaonian Dove: Studies in the Eclogues, Georgics, and Aeneid of Virgil

Anthony James Boyle - Literary Criticism - 1986 - 196 pages
...uellit et admonuit : 'pastorem, Tityre, pinguis pascere oportet ouis, deductum dicere carmen'. nunc ego (namque super tibi erunt qui dicere laudes. Vare,...condere bella) agrestem tenui meditabor harundine Musam. (£.6.1. -8) My first Muse saw fit to play in Syracusan verse, And Thalea was not ashamed to inhabit...
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Georgics: Books 1-2. Vol.1

Publio Virgilio Marón, Publius Vergilius Maro, Virgil - History - 1988 - 288 pages
...uellit et admonuit: 'pastorem, Tityre, pinguis pascere oportet ouis, deductum dicere carmen.' nunc ego (namque super tibi erunt qui dicere laudes, Vare,...agrestem tenui meditabor harundine Musam: non iniussa can0. (E. 6.3-9) And in the same relative position of the Aeneid, in the delayed proem of Book 7, with...
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