ab urbe condita


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ab urbe condita

(æb ˈɜːbɪ ˈkɒndɪtə)
(Historical Terms) the full form of AUC
[literally: from the founding of the city]
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Livio, Tito; Ab urbe condita liber XXVII, Feraco, F.
1) The translation, commissioned by James V (1512 - 1542) , reworked the first five books of Livy's Ab Urbe Condita (hereafter AUC), a period of Roman history spanning from the city's legendary foundation by Romulus and Remus to its sack by the Gauls in 390 BC.
So while the action of the poem is set in time ab urbe condita, the time-scheme of Rome, the writing of it happens in Christian time, the time of Jerusalem.
10) O autor discute a coerencia da lenda a respeito da origem de Roma, tal como apresentada no primeiro livro do Ab Urbe Condita, de Tito Livio.
En su obra Ab Urbe Condita (desde la Fundacion de la Ciudad), nos narra la historia de la ciudad desde la fundacion de la Republica hasta su epoca, el Siglo de Augusto.
151-161), porquanto se baseia maioritariamente em texto de Tito Livio, em especial no comeco de Ab urbe condita (I, 3, 1-3), dedicado a Ascanio.
of Sydney, Australia) present 21 essays that explore such topics as political literary suppression in Imperial Rome, the political nuances of the disparities between the way of life advocated in Lucretius' De Rerum Natura and that lived by leading politicians, Cicero's speech acts of minor political resistance under Julius Caeser, connections between political and geographical features of the Vergilian narrative, Livy's discussion of modes of distributing power in society in Ab Urbe Condita, and Ovid's response to Augustan discourse.
como punto de referencia para registrar los acontecimientos del mundo latino, lo que se conoce como Ab urbe condita o <<desde la fundacion de la ciudad>> 1914 Segunda invasion de EE.
Philippides ends his volume here, adding in appendices a French text of the Tetaldi document, a Greek and Italian version of the aman-name granted by Mehmed II to Pera, the Genoese suburb of Constantinople, and a sort of official account of the fall of the two cities as presented by the Venetian Pietro Giustiniani in his Rerum Venetarum ab urbe condita ad annum MDLXXXV.
Tucidides no hubiera aceptado que la guerra y la paz admiten una misma logica, ni Titus Livius hubiera confundido un juez con aquellos arbitri moderatoresque de los que nos habla en su Ab urbe condita.
Each of the five chapters in Marchesi's book traces the contours and explores the implications of these hidden strata of the Decameron: allusions to Livy's Ab urbe condita are discovered in the plague description of the Decameron's introduction; a passage from Aristotle's Rhetoric clarifies Boccaccio's enigmatic classification of his novelle; strains of Horace's Satire 1.
4-5) di Paolo Diacono, il breve resoconto di Livio sulla peste, scoppiata negli accampamenti romani e cartaginesi durante l'assedio di Siracusa, in Ab urbe condita XXV.