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Aeneid

Virgil’s epic poem glorifying the origin of the Roman people. [Rom. Lit.: Aeneid]
See: Epic
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Centum et decem tabulis aeneis exhibitae (Tubingen: Cellius, 1614), Plate 89.
Geschichte, Typologie, Zyklen und kommentierter Katalog der Holzschnitte und Kupferstiche zur Aeneis in Allen Drucken (Hildesheim, 2008).
Sobre este mismo tema se registra la bella edicion parisina de Plantae per Galliam, Hispaniam et Italiam observatae iconibus aeneis exhibitae, de Jacques Barelier (1606-1673), estampada en el taller de Stefano Ganeau en 1714 y que tiene mas de 300 hojas de grabados.
A questi versi (Virgilio, Aeneis, III 301-329) fa riferimento Baudelaire, quando accenna al petit fleuve, al Simoi's menteur, pauvre et triste miroir ou jadis resplendit / l'immense majeste de vos douleurs de veuve, ingrossato, dice, rivolto ad Andromaca, dalle vostre lacrime (qui par vos pleurs grandit): proprio questo ricordo ha fecondato la mia fertile memoria (a feconde soudain ma memoire fertile), mentre attraverso il nuovo Carrousel; e, in tal modo, sulla Parigi che cambia volto si riverbera la luce tragica del mito.
Vom Kosmos zum Chaos: Ovids Metamorphosen and Vergils Aeneis.
There are texts on moral philosophy, including Cicero's De officiis, De divinatione, and De senectute, Virgil's Aeneis, Georgica, and Eclogae, and the plays of Terence and Plautus.
175) En la edicion Metamorphoseon sive Transformationum Ovidianarum libri quindecim Aeneis formis ab Antonio Tempesta Florentino incisi, Amsterdam: Petrus de Jode, ca.
Die Aeneis, Pretoria 1975) to the Rector of the University of the Orange Free State, Prof B Kok.
52) Virgil, Translation of the First Four Books of the Aeneis, trans.
In the sixteenth century, Baldassare Castiglione claimed that Isabel found her inspiration for justice in the ideals specified in Virgil's Aeneis 6.
Like Douglas, John Dryden set his AEneis (1697) in heroic couplets, a form that has aged poorly--but even so, both Britons' translations retain a certain elegance.