Soracte

Soracte

(sōrăk`tē), isolated mountain, 2,267 ft (691 m) high, in Latium, central Italy, N of Rome. It was celebrated in the poetry of Vergil and Horace. In ancient times it was crowned with a temple of Apollo; there is now a convent near the summit.
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Nach ihrer Heimkehr beschliessen sie jedoch, sich ins Faliskerland zum Apollonheiligtum des Bergs Soracte (25) zuruckzuziehen: la dunque condottici, [.
Do you see the depth of snowfall On Soracte standing bright?
9 (vides ut alta stet nive candidum / Soracte, do you see how Soracte stands white with deep snow) contains a straightforward admonition not to let time pass one by.
One moonlit night, high up, Fermor was guarding the general when Kreipe, gazing up at the snowy peak, recited the first line of an Horatian ode (Ad Thaliarchum): "Vides ut alta stet nive candidum" ("See how Soracte stands white with snow on high").
We were all three lying smoking in silence," he wrote of himself, Kreipe, and another English soldier, "when the general, half to himself, slowly said: Vides et ulta stet nive candidum Soracte.
Tambien los Hirpi Soriani tenian por sede una cueva con aguas sulfureas situada en Roma, cerca de la via Flaminia, en el monte Soracte consagrado a los Mani (Mastrocinque 1996: 148).
En la noche siguiente se le aparecen en suenos los apostoles Pedro y Pablo que le ordenan que llame al obispo Silvestre que se habia ocultado en una cueva del monte Soracte huyendo de la persecucion decretada por el propio emperador.
John Hollander builds a sturdy stanza for the popular Soracte ode (1.
There are some interesting similarities between Levi and West: both repeat the story of General Kreipe and the Soracte Ode; and just as West opens with a comment about there being no dead poet `who is a closer friend' and `none whom they [sc.
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ix: "Vides ut alta stet nive candidum/ Soracte,"(1) he murmured.