Facilis iactura sepulcri with a note on the character of Anchises in the Aeneid by L. J. D. Richardson

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Published by Hodges, Figgis, & Co. in Dublin .

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  • Virgil. -- Criticism, Textual.,
  • Virgil. -- Translations -- History and criticism.

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StatementL.J.D. Richardson.
SeriesProceedings of the Royal Irish Academy -- v. 46, section C, no 2
ContributionsMoody, T. W. 1907-1984 former owner.
The Physical Object
Paginationp. 85-101 ;
Number of Pages101
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Open LibraryOL20269469M

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FACILIS IACTURA SEPULCRI, With a Note on the Character of Anchises in the Aeneid. By L. RICHARDSON. [Read 30 November, Published 13 July, ] sic, o sic positum affati discedite corpus. ipse manu mortem inveniam: miserebitur hostis exuviasque petet.

facihs?actura sepulcn. iampridem mvisus divis et inutilis annos. exuuiasque petet. facilis iactura sepulcri. iam pridem inuisus diuis et inutilis annos demoror, ex quo me diuum pater atque hominum rex fulminis adflauit uentis et contigit igni.' Talia perstabat memorans fixusque manebat.

nos contra effusi lacrimis coniunxque Creusa Ascaniusque omnisque domus, ne. Richardson: Facilis Iactura Sepulcri. (Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, Vol. XLVI, Facilis iactura sepulcri book. C, No. 2.) Pp. Dublin: Hodges, Figgis & Co., Facilis iactura sepulcri.

- quote by on YourDictionary. Yes, I'd like to receive Word of the Day emails from exuviasque petet. facilis iactura sepulcri. iam pridem invisus divis et inutilis annos demoror, ex quo me divum pater atque hominum rex fulminis adflavit ventis et contigit igni.' Talia perstabat memorans fixusque manebat.

nos contra effusi lacrimis coniunxque Creusa Ascaniusque omnisque domus, ne. exuviasque petet; facilis iactura sepulcri.

Iam pridem invisus divis et inutilis annos demoror, ex quo me divom pater atque hominum rex fulminis adflavit ventis et contigit igni.” Talia perstabat memorans, fixusque manebat. Nos contra effusi lacrimis, coniunxque Creüsa Ascaniusque omnisque domus, ne vertere secum cuncta pater fatoque.

“Insepultus iacebis.” Quid aliud huic respondeam quam Virgilianum illud: facilis iactura sepulcri. [Facilis, inquam, sic, ut nulla facilior.] si nihil sentio, non pertinet ad me iactura corporis insepulti: si sentio, omnis sepultura tormentum est.

“Insepultus iacebis.” Quid interest, ignis me an fera consumat an tempus, ultima. exuviasque petet; facilis iactura sepulcri. iam pridem invisus divis et inutilis annos/demoror Aeneas tries again to persuade his father to flee but the stubborn old man continues to refuse.

pritiri{g\. iactura). The context is ' facilis iactura sepulcri,' ' the loss of a tomb will fall on me lightly ;' over iactura is written ' dampnum vel pritiri proiectio mea in sepulchro '.

The glosso- grapher seems to have regarded iactura as possibly meaning 'consideration' (cf. iaciantem pectore curas, Aen. I, ). Book II. put an end to your toil.

Nowhere will I leave you but will set you safely on your father’s threshold.’ She spoke, and vanished in the thick shades of night.

Dread shapes come to view and, hating Troy, great presences divine. Facilis iactura sepulcri. Iam pridem inuisus diuis et inutilis annos demoror, ex quo me diuum pater atque hominum rex fulminis adflauit uentis et contigit igni.' Y cuando ya se llegó al umbral de la sede paterna y a la antigua casa, mi padre, a quien llevarme el primero a los altos nec minus haec nostri notescet fama sepulcri, quam fuerant Pthii busta cruenta viri.

tu quoque si quando venies ad fata, memento, non ego tam facilis: sat erit mihi cognitus unus, famae iactura pudicae tanta tibi miserae, quanta meretur, erit. Félix Gaffiot; Karl Ernst Georges; Latin to English Dictionary; Latin to English translations; Latin to French Dictionary; Latin to German Dictionary; Lewis and Short.

facilis iactura sepulcri. virgil — He lacks not much that lacks a follows his father, but not with equal steps. Line (translated by John Conington).Cf. Dryden's translation: As for my sepulchre, let Heav'n take care.

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Iam pridem invisus divis et inutilis annos demoror, ex quo me divom pater atque hominum rex fulminis adflavit ventis et contigit igni. exuviasque petet: facilis iactura sepulcri est. Iam pridem invisus divis, et inutilis annos. demoror, ex quo me divom pater, atque hominum rex.

fulminis afflavit ventis, et contigit igni." Talia perstabat memorans, fixusque manebat. Nos contra effusi lacrimis, coniunxque. ipse manu mortem inveniam; miserebitur hostes exuviasque petet.

facilis iactura sepulcri. Iam pridem invisus divis et inutilis annos demoror, ex quo me divum pater atque hominum rex fulminis adflavit ventis et contigit igni.” “Mene efferre pedem, genitor, te.

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exuviasque petet; facilis iactura sepulcri. Iam pridem invisus divis et inutilis annos demoror, ex quo me divom pater atque hominum rex fulminis adflavit ventis et contigit igni.' Talia perstabat memorans, fixusque manebat. Nos contra effusi lacrimis, coniunxque Creusa Ascaniusque omnisque domus, ne.

exuviasque petet. facilis iactura sepulcri. It is enough and more that we have seen a destruction, and survived a captured city: saying farewell to my body, thus, o thus placed, leave: I myself will find death by my own hand; the enemy will take pity, and seek spoils.

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nos contra effusi lacrimis coniunxque Creusa. Book 2. tum uero omne mihi uisum considere in ignis. Ilium et ex imo uerti Neptunia Troia. ac ueluti summis antiquam in montibus ornum. exuuiasque petet facilis iactura sepulcri. iam pridem inuisus diuis et inutilis annos. demoror ex quo me diuum pater atque hominum rex.

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facilis iactura. The latter was the first to print the Greek words in Greek type. The de Officiis is, therefore, the first classical book to be issued from a printing press, with the possible exception of Lactantius and Cicero's de Oratore which bear the more exact date of Octoand were likewise issued from the Monastery press at Subiaco.

Facilis iactura sepulcri. He lacks not much that lacks a grave. Line (tr. John Conington) Arma, viri, ferte arma: vocat lux ultima victos. Reddite me Danais: sinite instaurata revisam Proelia; numquam omnes hodie moriemur inulti.

Arms, my comrades, bring me arms. The last light calls the defeated. Send me back to the Greeks, let me go back. i: i, sequere Italiam ventis, pete regna per undas. i: i, soror, atque hostem supplex adfare superbum: i: i decus, i, nostrum; melioribus utere.

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utcumque erit, iuvabit tamen rerum gestarum memoriae principis terrarum populi pro.OCR: P VIRGILII MARONIS OPERA AD PIDEM EDITINI HEYNIAN LONpirfl T wV t m r w m I P VIRGIUI MARONIS GT: null null null null null null null null null null null null null null null.iactum translation in Latin-English dictionary.

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