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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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.
John Hollander builds a sturdy stanza for the popular Soracte ode (1.
Soracte towering above: the snow-capt Apennines in the eastern horizon: the deep silence, the seclusion: the absence of human habitation (not even a shepherd's hut) .
Contract notice: Provision of school meals service for pupils in secondary schools, and kindergartens, and daycare including teachers in charge of assistance, the union of municipalities of the common tiber valley - soracte (sant~oreste, nazzano, torrita tiberina, civitella st.
ix: "Vides ut alta stet nive candidum/ Soracte,"(1) he murmured.