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P. Virgilii Maronis Opera, Vol. 2

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Excerpt from P. Virgilii Maronis Opera, Vol. 2: Optimorum Librorum Fidem Edidit Perpetua Et Aliorum Et Sua Adnotatione Illustravit Dissertationem De Virgilii Vita Et Carminibus Atque Indicem Rerum Locupletissimum; Aeneidos L. I-Vi, Continens Dwr1's 'agrestì'bus arma, nunc ad argu mentum epieum transiens iam oppo siti causa ']lfartz's addere debuerit; simplex-autem arma in principio car minis admodum frigere, atque etiam Aen. I, 545. Coniunge1e poètam verba bello et armzs. Ille ego, ut Ovid. Met_ I, 757. Ille ego Zibe1, Ille feroce tacuz'. Ibid. IV, 226. Ille ego sum, di xit, qui longum mètz'or annum. Fast. III,\505. Illa ego sum, cui tu solz°tns prom1'ttere coelum. Tibull: III, 4, 72. Ille ego Latonae filius atque louis. Plim. Epist. I, 6, 1. Ego ille, quem nosti, ubi vid. Cort. Markland. Ad Stat. Silv. V, 3, 8. Et Dr.akenb ad Sil Ital. IX, 128. Q111' quondam modùlatus, sci]. Sum, quod re cte supplent Wuu-.derl et Wagn., Comma vulgo post quondam positum tollentes; quorum ille praeter Val. Flacc. I,' 757. Comparat Aen. I, 365. Devenere, locos nzereatique (sunt) solum,'hic vero bene adhotat, si mo dulatus Participium esset, quod Hey nio aliisque videtur, Bucolica collata quodammodo cum Georgicis deprimi; quod sane ab h. 1. Alienum, ub1 poeta nihil aliud vult significare, quam a Bucòlicis ad Georgica, a Geòrgicis ad Aenei'dem se processisse. Alia autem non minus dura omissi Verbi substan tivi exempla ad Ecl. I, 54. Prolata vide. De ipso verbo madalandi vid. Ecl. V, 14. (ibique adnott.) X, 51. Tibull. II, 1, 58. III, 4, 39. Claud. Rapt. Pros. II. Praef. 15. Etc. Gra cil1' avena, quae Eo]. I, 2. Tenu1's Vocatur, ubi vid. Adnott. Videt'ur hunc versum imitatus esse Nemes. Ec]. I, 3. Inc1'pe, si quod habes gracih' sub a1u11d1'11e_carmen, ad quem vid. Titius et Barth. Ceterum animadverte, quam submisse poe'ta dicut de Buco licis, quam ornate de Georgicis, quam graviter de bellicis rebus Aeneidis. Egressas silvis, relicta poesi bucolica. Silvae enim sunt pascua. Vid. Ecl I, (ibique adnott.) II, 81. Et IV, 3. Q2uare Peerìkamp. Errat, contendens, eum, qui se silvis egres sum dicat, cogitationem carmi¿is oe 11at1'01' non excitare non posse. Vicina arva, soil. Silvis, quod. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
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