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" ... inquit >frondoso vertice collem/ - quis deus, incertum est - habitat deus: Arcades ipsum/ credunt se vidisse lovem, cum saepe nigrantem/ aegida concuteret dextra nimbosque cieret./ haec duo praeterea disiectis oppida muris,/ reliquias veterumque vides... "
L'Énéide, - Page 336
by Virgil - 1804 - 350 pages
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The Gardener's Magazine and Register of Rural & Domestic Improvement

Agriculture - 1832
...saint, i forget whether male or female, presides over its recesses : — ' Nemus, et nigra formidine collem, Quis Deus incertum est, habitat Deus, Arcades ipsum Credunt se vidisse." On all other days of the week, no one ventures to intrude upon my retirement, not even the prebendary...
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Oeuvres de Delille, Volume 4

Jacques Delille - 1833
...ad Tarpeiam sedem et Capitolia ducit, Aurea nunc , olim silvestribus horrida dumis. Jam tum religio pavidos terrebat agrestes Dira loci ; jam tum silvam...habitat deus : Arcades ipsum Credunt se vidisse Jovem , quum saepe nigrantcm jEgida concuterct dextra , nimbosque cieret. v.4»g- L'ÉNÉIDE, LIVRE VIII....
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Œuvres complètes de Virgile: traduction nouvelle, Volume 3

Virgil - 1834
...hospitis Argi. HINC ad Tarpeiam sedem et Capitolia ducit, Aurea nunc , olim silvestribus horrida dumis. Jam tum relligio pavidos terrebat agrestes Dira loci;...habitat deus: Arcades ipsum Credunt se vidisse Jovem, quum saepe nigrantem ^Egida concuteret dextra , nimbosque cieret. K POUR moi, banni de ma patrie, après...
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Oeuvres, Volume 2

Jacques Delille - 1834
...hospitïs Argi. Hinc ad Tarpeiam sedem et Capitolia ducit , Aureanunc, olim silvestribus horrida dumis. * Jam tum relligio pavidos terrebat agrestes Dira loci...Quis deus , incertum est , habitat deus : Arcades ipsnm Credunt se vidisse Jovem, quurn sœpe nigrantem, 5îgida concuteret dextrâ , nimbosque cieret....
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Remarks on Forest Scenery and Other Woodland Views

William Gilpin - Forests and forestry - 1834 - 344 pages
...Arcadians believed they saw heavenly forms behind the groves of the Tarpeian rock : Hoc nemus, hunc, inquit, frondoso vertice collem, (Quis deus, incertum...est) habitat deus. Arcades ipsum Credunt se vidisse Joran, cum scepe nigrantem ida conculeret dextra, nimbosque cieret. As these great effects are certainly...
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Bibliothèque Latine-Française, Volume 49

1836
...847 : Hinc ad Tarpeiam sedem , et Capitolia ducit , " Aurea nunc , olim silvestribus horrida durais. Jam tum relligio pavidos terrebat agrestes Dira loci : jam tum silvam saxumque tremebant. Talibus inter se dictis ad tecta subibant Pauperis Evandri , passimque arment» videbant Romanoque...
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Publii Virgilii Maronis opera: or, The works of Virgil. With copious notes ...

Virgil - 1836 - 615 pages
...relligio pavidos terrebat agrestes Dira loci ; jam turn sylvam saxumque tremebant. 350 Hoc nemus, hunc, inquit, frondoso vertice collem, Quis Deus, incertum est, habitat Deus. Arcades ipsum NOTES. 333. Sequent: in : experiencing the dangers of the sea. K UK-US says, quierentem ultima tpstia...
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A classical tour through Italy. From the 6th Lond. ed, Volume 1

John Chetwode Eustace - 1837
...religio pavidos terrebat agrosi.es Dira loci : jam turn sjiram saiumque I reluctant. Hoc nemus, hunc, inquit, frondoso vertice collem, (Quis Deus, incertum est) habitat Deus. Arcades ipsum Crednnl se vidisse Jovem : cum ssepe nigrantem yCf-'ida concuteret deitra, nimbosque cieret.i MmiA....
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The History of Fiction: Being a Critical Account of the Most ..., Volume 1

John Colin Dunlop - Fiction - 1842
...sufficient, separately or united, to explain the origin of the supernatural ornaments of romance, still Hoc nemus, hune, inquit, frondoso vertice collem,...habitat deus. Arcades ipsum Credunt se vidisse Jovem : cum seepe nigrantem jEgida concuteret dextra, nimbosque cieret. * In Dr. Zachary Grey's notes on...
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P. Virgilii Maronis Aeneidos libri i-vi (vii-xii) ed. et ..., Volume 2

Publius Vergilius Maro - 1843
...agrestis Dira loci; iam turn silvam saxumque tremebant. Hoc nemus, hunc, inquit, frondoso vértice collem, Quis deus, incertum est, habitat deus; Arcades ipsum Credunt se vidisse lovem, quum saepe nigrantem Testaturque locum. Servias: »ЛГоя- Heynii et Wagneri, qui Servianuui...
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