Ausonius


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Ausonius

(ɔːˈsəʊnɪəs)
n
(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.
Concluding with a piece out of Ausonius. and another out of Virgil.
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. I studied classical philology in order to be able to read in the language of our forefathers, who weren't Adam and Eve but rather the Greeks and Romans.
63.112), Cassius Dio (46.18.3-4), and Ausonius (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.