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" Let others fashion from bronze more lifelike, breathing images For so they shall— and evoke living faces from marble; Others excel as orators, others track with their instruments The planets circling in heaven and predict when stars will appear. But,... "
Paths from Ancient Greece - Pagina 51
geredigeerd door - 1988 - 206 pagina’s
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Roman and European Mythologies

Yves Bonnefoy - 1992 - 319 pagina’s
...the vows had thus been kept and Anchises was able to formulate the celebrated program: "But, Roman, never forget that government is your medium! Be this...generosity to the conquered, and firmness against aggressors."23 III. The Universality of Virgil A question now arises. Virgil has appeared to us to...
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Reflections on Cultural Policy: Past, Present and Future

Evan Alderson, Robin Blaser, Harold Coward - 1993 - 194 pagina’s
...for his country to be known more for its government of the world than for its artistic creativity: Let others fashion from bronze more lifelike, breathing...government is your medium! Be this your art — to practise men in the habit of peace, Generosity to the conquered, and firmness against aggressors.31...
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Diophantus and Diophantine Equations

Isabella G. Bashmakova, Joseph H. Silverman - 1997 - 90 pagina’s
...was no such thing as Roman science, and the Romans remained true to the legacy of Vergil, who wrote: Let others fashion from bronze more lifelike, breathing...Romans, never forget that government is your medium! In order to make use of all that is known about the person of Diophantus, we quote the following riddle:...
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The Aeneid

Virgil - 1986 - 450 pagina’s
...you lead my lagging steps ? O Fabius* The greatest, you the preserver of Rome by delaying tactics! Let others* fashion from bronze more lifelike, breathing...government is your medium ! Be this your art: — to practise men in the habit of peace,* Generosity to the conquered, and firmness against aggressors....
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Roman Epic: An Interpretative Introduction

Michael Von Albrecht - 1999 - 371 pagina’s
...my lagging steps? O Fabius, (845) / the greatest, you the preserver of Rome by delaying tactics! / Let others fashion from bronze more lifelike, breathing...circling in heaven and predict when stars will appear. (850) / But, Romans, never forget that government is your medium! / Be this your art; — to practise...
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Experiencing Rome: Culture, Identity and Power in the Roman Empire

Janet Huskinson - 2000 - 378 pagina’s
...Virgil's words: But, Romans, never forget that government is your medium! Be this your art: - to practise men in the habit of peace, Generosity to the conquered, and firmness against aggressors. (Aeneid 6,851-3; trans. Day-Lewis, 1966, p.314) Achieving this balance was necessary to ensure the 'popularity...
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Experiencing Rome: Culture, Identity and Power in the Roman Empire

Janet Huskinson - 2000 - 378 pagina’s
...it is 'justified' by the stability it brings to conquerors and conquered alike. In Virgil's words: But, Romans, never forget that government is your medium! Be this your art: - to practise men in the habit of peace, Generosity to the conquered, and firmness against aggressors. (Aenrid...
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