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Ennius

Quintus . 239--169 bc, Roman epic poet and dramatist
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Widely regarded as the father of Roman literature, Quintus Ennius (239-169 BC) was instrumental in creating a new Roman literary identity, and inspired major developments in Roman religion, social organization, and popular culture.
Varr., R., III, 5, 15: rota radiata, et Ennius, Ann., 558 Vahl2: inde patefecit radiis rota candida caelum (voir supra n.
(27) Cicero's Latin text reads: Qua re suo iure noster ille Ennius sanctos appellat poetas, quod quasi deorum aliquo dono atque munere commendati nobis esse videantur.
ibi allatis Iunio poeta, cuius epigramma elegans nuper primus protulit Ennius Quirinus Visconti in libro docto: Lettera su due monimenti, ne' quali e memoria d'Antonia Augusta p.
Vulgares notas Ennius primus mille et centum invenit.
The Annals of Quintus Ennius and the Italic Tradition.
One hoped that Zakaria would have learned from another great teacher, Cicero, who quoted Quintus Ennius [the father of Roman poetry] in one of his more important speeches, saying: "People hate the man they fear -- and whomever they hate, they want to see dead".
It is not about mutual profit, because a true friend is only proved in hard times, as Cicero quotes Ennius, 'a certain friend is discerned in uncertain circumstances' (amicus certus in re incerta cernitur, Amic.
7) que tiene la inscripcion Tur (ma) Enni, es decir, 'el escuadron de caballeria de Ennius' (Junkelmann, 1997: 33, fig.
He observed after hundreds of examples that that Indo-European poeta vatres used a very sophisticated technique of eponymy and paronomasia, and also noted that this technique could be found in classical poetry--and considered it a trade secret that he could not explain: "Comment Naevius, Ennius, Pacuvius, Attius conseraient encore une tradition qui pouvait sembler inviolable a leur epoque imitative, je le comprends encore.
Philippe Ermelier (Ennius), Bernard Imbert (Anmhes), Jean-Marie Delpas (Severus), Norbert Dol (the Slave) and Antoinette Dennefeld (Charmion) handsomely completed the cast.
There we encounter Petrarch's epic hero Scipio and his biographer Ennius (20) on a boat leaving the African shores after his victories.