Camenae


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Camenae

(kəˈmiːniː)
pl n
(Classical Myth & Legend) Roman myth a group of nymphs originally associated with a sacred spring in Rome, later identified with the Greek Muses
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"Tell me where is Fancy bred" (Latin) Rogo vos Amor unde sit, Camenae. Quis ilium genuit?
Dolores RINCON-Isabel VELAZQUEZ (eds.), Dulces Camenae. Poetica y Poesia Latinas, Granada, 2012, pp.
Among well-known brands, a few are domestic, such as AFU, PrettyVally, Camenae and Herborist.
/ exsoluit promissa Venus (Moved by my Camenae, Cytherea has brought and placed him in my arms.
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L'orateur commehomme de bien habile a parler": Camenae, no 1 (janvier).
Horace proceeds to detail the divine protection that he has enjoyed, especially from the Muses (21 vester, Camenae, vester ...), the goddesses who can play such Apolline music.
Pindar is recognized through his camenae,(22) as are Simonides/Bacchylides, Alcaeus, and Stesichorus.
38]; y Martin FRUH, L'Epodon liber d'Antonio Geraldini: imitation d'Horace entre paraphrase de psaumes et transformation des Set goigs terrenals de la Verge, en Camenae 18 (2016), pp.
Lenibus imperiis quotiensque, educet in agros Aetolis onerata plagis iumenta canesque, surge et inhumanae senium depone Camenae, cenes ut pariter pulmenta laboribus empta.