|Statement||by Ernest D. Daniells [!] ...|
|LC Classifications||PA6698 .D3 1905|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||45|
|LC Control Number||33016226|
Virgil's Aeneid, book second, with a literal and an idiomatic translation in E. D. (). A study of P. Papinius Statius' Thebais and his imitation of Vergil's Aeneid. Berlin,, Druck von G. Bernstein, New York University, 45 p The growth of the Aeneid; a study of the stages of composition as revealed by the evidences of. 89 is apparently a patron significant to the poet, as Statius dedicates the third book of the Silvae to him. Statius explains the occasion f or his visit: he sailed across the bay after competing in the Augustalia in Naples. 60 immediately apparent as Statius approaches the villa from the sea: Sed iuvere morae. placido lunata recessu hinc. Maphaeus Vegius and his thirteenth book of the Aeneid, chapter on Virgil in the Renaissance, A study of P. Papinius Statius' Thebais and his imitation of Vergil's Aeneid (Berlin, Druck von G. Bernstein, Suggestions introductory to a study of the Aeneid, (Oxford, The Clarendon Press, ). This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.
Full text of "Vergil's Aeneid, Book 1 [microform]" See other formats. O Scribd é o maior site social de leitura e publicação do mundo. Silv. and offer carefully-constructed recusationes that expose Statius' deep ambivalence toward his public poetic role as a writer of epic and panegyric, and his persona in these poems is analogous to that of Horace in his first book of Epistles. Though Statius desires public reknown and in shows how his public and private poetry. Das Abenteuer der Argonauten auf Lemnos bei Apollonios Rhodios (Arg. bis ), Valerius Flaccus (Arg. bis ), Papinius Statius (Theb. bis ). Diss. Kiel
The vigour of prophecy: a study of Virgil's Aeneid. Bedminster, Bristol, Bristol Classical Press. Bedminster, Bristol, Bristol Classical Press. Homer and N. Dietz (). Statius' Sources and Models: Appleby, M., Statius and the Art of Reference: Intertextuality and the Thebaid, PhD Dissertation, Yale University, Bishop, J.H., "The Debt of the Silvae to the Epyllia," La Parola del passato: Rivista di studi antichi 6 (): • The Silvae are a development and extension of the epyllion and serve the same goal. We are far from the world of the Augustan Aeneid,2 in which the deeds of pius Aeneas lead eventually to the birth of Rome, and to a golden age under Augustus.3 Instead, Statius places his poem in the tradition of Lucan, who described Rome’s suicide.4 But if Lucan’s epic was horrifying because it was about cognatas acies (), Statius goes. Monographien. Andrei, Silvia Aspects du vocabulaire agricole Latin.- Roma: L’Erma di Bretschneider, S. (Photokop.) Landwirtschaft: Termini, lat.