Ennius


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Ennius

Quintus . 239--169 bc, Roman epic poet and dramatist
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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.
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.
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.
There we encounter Petrarch's epic hero Scipio and his biographer Ennius (20) on a boat leaving the African shores after his victories.
The reference to Virgil in line 55 of the Ars pertains to the introduction of neologisms into the Latin language and the biased preference which is often given to writers of the past, such as Cato and Ennius.
A hundred years later another Greek, Quintus Ennius (239-169) poet and dramaturgist considered as the "father of Latin literature" introduced in program of these schools classical Latin writers.
Many other scholars like Naevius and Ennius translated a number of Greek plays into Latin.
He says that "[t]hese possessions common to all men are, it seems, of the kind which [the poet] Ennius applies to a single instance, but which can be extended to many.
52) Similarly, the humanist Simon Ennius Klatovsky (1520-61) stated in his celebration of Olomouc, the capital of Moravia, that 'in this city happy harmony blossoms'.
Cosi come il voluto omaggio ase stesso che Petrarca introduce qui nel II libro, con il definirsi l'alter Ennius (v.
The myrocheine stink bug genus Ennius Stal with its species Ennius monteironis Distant is redescribed with special reference to its metathoracic scent auricle and male genitalia including inflated aedeagus and a key to all the species of the genus Ennius and in this light the phylogenetic relationships of Ennius within its tribe Myrocheini StAl are also briefly discussed.
In another case, an unknown accuser charged Lucius Ennius, a Roman Knight, with maiestas upon information that Ennius melted down a statue of Tiberius and had it formed into a silver plate.