John Lateran, the Campagna, the Appian Way, the Seven Hills, the Baths of Caracalla, the Claudian
Aqueduct, the Cloaca Maxima--the eternal bore designed the Eternal City, and unless all men and books do lie, he painted every thing in it
One good example was the poet Claudian
who had written five such texts for celebrating the new year and the inauguration of new heads of state.
Another memorial name was Leonard Sidney Claudian
Davison, who lived at Girdle Cake Cottage at Fat-field on the Wear, where users of pleasure boats would call at the family cafe.
At first glance, John Glover's view of Ben Lomond might seem a typical idealised Claudian
Although Edith Kern has pointed out that the Valley of the Ladies was largely modeled on the description of Paradise in the Roman de la Rose by Jean de Meun, it seems appropriate to relate the garden described by Claudian
to that of the valley.
4) 'Horace retained his standing as a school author throughout late antiquity, and it is not surprising to find him frequently evoked by the major Latin poets of the period, such as Claudian
and Ausonius' (Tarrant 2007:281-282)
As Byron observes in an 1817 letter to John Murray in which he compares contemporary poetry with Pope's, "it is all Horace then and Claudian
now amongst us" (qtd.
invasion of Britain, the intervention which led to more than 350 years of Roman control, was a massive undertaking.
Robert Graves's Claudian
Novels: A Case of Pseudotranslation.
After the relative failure of Claude Lowther's The Gordian Knot (referred to as "The Claudian
Rot" by the actor Gilbert Hare), and productions of Trilby, Alfred Austin's Flodden Field, and Kinsey Peile's The Man Who Was, Nash's time with Tree concluded with Richard the Second in September 1903.
With the resurgence of interest in late antiquity, Claudian
is emerging as a poet who has been unjustly neglected.
depicted the phoenix as living on an island surrounded by Ocean.