Thirteen satires of Juvenal, Volume 2

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Macmillan, 1878 - Rome

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Page 166 - I sit by and sing, Or gather rushes, to make many a ring For thy long fingers ; tell thee tales of love, How the pale Phoebe, hunting in a grove, First saw the boy Endymion, from whose eyes She took eternal fire that never dies ; How she...
Page 411 - II brise de Séjan la statue adorée ; Soit qu'il fasse au conseil courir les sénateurs , D'un tyran soupçonneux pâles adulateurs...
Page 126 - When that this body did contain a spirit, A kingdom for it was too small a bound ; But now, two paces of the vilest earth Is room enough : this earth, that bears thee dead, Bears not alive so stout a gentleman.
Page 410 - Igitur quod liberi nostri quos in potestate habemus, item quod servi nostn mancipio accipiunt, vel ex traditione nanciscuntur, sive quid stipulentur, vel ex aliqualibet causa adquirunt, id nobis adquiritur : ipse enim qui in potestate nostra est nihil suum habere potest...
Page 52 - ... exceptusque effusius, solos scire audire Graecos, solosque se et studiis suis dignos ait.
Page 330 - Sever. 2 § 8 in quadam civitate Africana, cum sollicitus mathematicum consuluisset positaque hora ingentia vidisset astrologus, dixit ei ' tuam non alienam pone genituram.
Page 232 - Lavinii multitudine florentem iam, ut turn res erant, atque opulentam urbem matri seu novercae reliquit; novam ipse aliam sub Albano monte condidit, quae ab situ porrectae in dorso urbis Longa Alba appellata.
Page 409 - ... dum eunt, nulla est in angiporto amphora quam non impleant, quippe qui vesicam plenam vini habeant.
Page 82 - ... For, where the changes of the seasons are most frequent, and where they differ most from one another, there you will find their forms, dispositions, and nature the most varied. These are the strongest of the natural causes of difference, and next the country in which one lives, and the waters; for, in general, you will find the forms and dispositions of mankind to correspond with the nature of the country...
Page 139 - Debilem facito manu, Debilem pede, coxa; Tuber adstrue gibberum, Lubricos quate dentes; Vita dum superest, bene est; Hanc mihi vel acuta Si sedeam cruce sustine.

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