Ausonius


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Ausonius

(ɔːˈsəʊnɪəs)
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(Biography) Decimus Magnus (ˈdɛsɪməs ˈmæɡnəs). ?310–?395 ad, Latin poet, born in Gaul
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Ausonius, 9 the friend of the Emperor Valentinian, and the latest poet of eminence in the Western Empire, has handed down some of these fables in verse, which Julianus Titianus, a contemporary writer of no great name, translated into prose.
As the Greeke tongue is made famous and eloquent by Homer, Hesiod, Euripedes, AEschylus, Sophocles, Pindarus, Phocylides, and Aristophanes; and the Latine tongue by Virgil, Ovid, Horace, Silius Italicus, Lucanus, Lucretius, Ausonius, and Claudianus: so the English tongue is mightily enriched and gorgeously invested in rare ornaments and resplendent abiliments by Sir Philip Sidney, Spenser, Daniel, Drayton, Warner, Shakespeare, Marlowe, and Chapman (Meres, 1933, [1598], p.
Les mutations des societes indigenes d'Hispanie centrale et septentrionale sous domination romaine, Bordeaux, Ausonius, Scripta Antiqua (35), 2011, 468 pp.
I learned to write from authors like Callimachus and Meleager, including the Roman elegists (Catullus and Propertius, but less so Tibullus), and the indispensable Martial and Ausonius.
46) A century and a half later, Ausonius offers a similar, though less damning, reading of Cicero and Caerellia's correspondence: in praeceptis Ciceronis exstare severitatem, in epistulis ad Caerelliam subesse petulantiam (In Cicero's teachings there was plenty of sternness, but there were notes of cheekiness in his letters to Caerellia, Cento, nupt.
The parallels between the cento and the DJ mix are thus formal, ideological, and aesthetic: in the major treatise on cento poetics, the fourth-century rhetorician Ausonius "emphasi[zes] the neat coalescence of the individual .
Kottke spells Bakkalareat, and consequently writes Bakkalar, his statements on the Appendix Vergiliana and Ausonius lack professional insight.
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I shall be comparing the poetic theme of the river as both object of praise and means to praise a surrounding region in both Ausonius and Garcilaso (6).
1721 Caesa-rum, with Ausonius, Versus ([Bologna: Printer of the Suetonius "Vitae" (H 15113), about 1475-1477?
In How the Irish Saved Civilization Thomas Cahill uses the poet Ausonius as a foil to show why gentrified Romans could not see that changes all around them would soon lead to their empire's collapse.