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" De te pendentis, te respicientis amici. 105 Ad summam : sapiens uno minor est Jove, dives, Liber, honoratus, pulcher, rex denique regum, Praecipue sanus, nisi cum pituita molesta est. EPISTOLA II. TROJANI belli scriptorem, maxime Lolli, Dum tu declamas... "
Q. Horatii Flacci Opera illustrated from antique gems - Page 308
by Horace - 1869 - 456 pages
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Q. Horatii Flacci Opera omnia

Horace - 1867 - 640 pages
...república honores maniré videtar studaisso. Sic enim intelligenda est illa declamaQui quid sitpulchrum, quid turpe, quid utile, quid non, Planius ac melius Chrysippo et Crantore dicit. tio, qua Romae oocupatum Lolliiim fuisse dicit huius epistolae v. 2. Cf. Cic. de Fin. V, 2, 5. »Ad...
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Des Q. Horatius Werke

Horace - Latin poetry - 1868
...regum, Praecipue sanus, nisi cum pituita molesta est. Epistula II. Troiani belli scriptorem, Maxime Lolli, Dum tu declamas Romae, Praeneste relegi, Qui,...non, Planius ac melius Chrysippo et Crantore dicit. sollemnia, es sei ein allgemeiner Wahnsinn, sollemnia, adverbial, zu sat. I, 4, 44. insanire, nach...
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Opera omnia

Horace - 1868 - 294 pages
...EPÍSTOLA II.— AD LOLLIÏÏM. TKOJANI belli scriptorem, maxime Lolli, Dum tu declamas Romse, Prseneste relegi ; Qui, quid sit pulchrum, quid turpe, quid utile, quid non, Planius ас melius Chrysippo et Crantore dicit. Cur ita crediderim, nisi quid te detinet, audi. Fabula, qua...
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Œuvres poétiques ...

Joachim Du Bellay - 1919
...BD — 215. bruire BD ; quelquefois C. 1. Traduit d'Horace, Epist. I, n, 3-4 (à propos d'Homère): Qui, quid sit pulchrum, quid turpe, quid utile, quid...non, Planius ac melius Chrysippo et Crantore dicit. 2. Cf. Horace, Epist. I, iv, 16 : « Epicuri de grège porcum ». Qui en despit de Mercure Grongnent...
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Dramatic Essays

John Dryden - 1921 - 299 pages
...praises Homer in these verses — • Trojani Belli scriptorem, maxime Lolli, Dum tu declamas Roma?, Praeneste relegi: Qui quid sit pulchrum, quid turpe, quid utile, quid non, Plenius ac melius Chrysippo et Crantore dicit. And in another place, modestly excluding himself from...
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Report on the Manuscripts of the Marquess of Downshire, Preserved at ...

Great Britain. Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts - Great Britain - 1924
...of our friend Horace, whose words are truer of himself (in my opinion) than what he says of Homer : Qui quid sit pulchrum, quid turpe, quid utile, quid...non, Planius ac melius Chrysippo et Crantore dicit. " You have done bravely and wisely to resist the beginning of any ill humour, especially in such domestics...
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Sermonvm libri II, Epistvlarvm libri II, Liber de arte poetica. Itervm ...

Horace - 1925
...cupit uita Ml molesta z (a in ras.) est от. g molesta est Q II. Troiani belli scriptorem, Maxime Lolli, dum tu declamas Romae, Praeneste relegi : qui,...non, planius ac melius Chrysippo et Crantore dicit. e cur ita crediderim, nisi quid te distinct, audi. fabula, qua Paridis propter narratur amorem Graecia...
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Proceedings

Classical Association (Great Britain) - Classical philology - 1925
...immortal words, beloved of all Mancunians, " sapere aude," explains the lesson to be learned from Homer : Qui quid sit pulchrum, quid turpe, quid utile, quid...non, Planius ac melius Chrysippo et Crantore dicit — or, as Conington translates : What's good, what's bad, what helps, what hurts, he shows Better...
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The Epistulae Morales of Seneca in Relation to the Text and Interpretation ...

Alma Olive Carlton - 1925 - 120 pages
...1. Albert iti» E. La Composition dans les Ouvrages Philosophiques de Sene que. Paris, 1923. p. 238. Qui quid sit pulchrum, quid turpe, quid utile, quid non Planius ac те! lus Chrysippo et G ran to re dioit."^ Since the subject of this thesis cannot be understood without...
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From Pascal to Proust: Studies in the Genealogy of a Philosophy

Gladys Turquet-Milnes - French literature - 1926 - 192 pages
...greatness where it dwells, and let us be grateful to Bergson for having helped us to discover it. 1 Qui quid sit pulchrum, quid turpe, quid utile, quid...non Planius ac melius chrysippo et Crantore dicit. CHAPTER FOUR Balzac * BALZAC has been the subject of several remarkable critical studies, and yet none...
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