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" JAMQUE opus exegi, — quod nee Jovis ira nee ignis nee poterit ferrum nee edax abolere vetustas. cum volet, ilia dies, quae nil nisi corporis hujus jus habet, incerti spatium mihi finiat aevi : parte tamen meliore mei super alta perennis... "
Selections from Ovid: Chiefly the Metamorphoses - Seite 167
von Ovid - 1898 - 349 Seiten
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Medulla poetarum Romanorum: or, The most beautiful and instructive ..., Band 1

Henry Baker - 1737
...Cùm ne dctcriùs íkpiat pannucia Baucis, Cùm benè diftinfto cantaverit ocima vemas Per/. Sat. IV. Jamque opus exegi : quod nee Jovis ira, nee ignis, Nee poterit ferrum, nee edax abolere Vetuftas. Cùm volet ilia dies, qua; nil nifi corporis hujos Jus habet, incerti fpatium mihi finiat...
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Hudibras: In Three Parts, Written in the Time of the Late Wars, Band 1

Samuel Butler - 1744
...modefty permit fed him, might with H0RACE havefaid, t Exegi Monumentum ./Ere perennius j Or -with OVID, / Jamque opus exegi, quod nee Jovis Ira, nee Ignis, Nee poterit ferrum, nee edax abolere Vetuftas. 'fhe Author of this celebrated Poem was of this loft Compofition ; for althtf he had not...
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Metamorphoses

Ovid - 1762
...Jamque opus exegi , quod nee Jovis ira , nee ignes, Nee poterit ferrum , nee edax abolere vetuftas. Cum volet ilia dies , quae nil nisi corporis hujus Jus habet , incerti fpatium mihi lini.it ,vvi ; Syj Parte tarnen meliore mei fuper alta perennis Aftra ferar : nomenque...
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Impartial Strictures on the Poem Called "The Pursuits of Literature:": And ...

PURSUITS. - 1798 - 56 Seiten
...perennius, &c. Ovid concludes his great work with the fame aflured anticipation of future celebrity: Jamque opus exegi, quod nee Jovis ira, nee ignis, Nee poterit ferrum, nee edax abolere vetuftas, &c. And in feveral other places we obferve him dwelling with fond complacency on the importance...
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature, Band 30

Tobias Smollett - 1800
...writer, that he is not afraid of concluding with the exulting (trains of the Roman poet, 4 Jam ... opus exegi, quod nee Jovis ira, nee ignis, Nee poterit ferrum, nee edax abolere vctuftas.' Alas ! what neither Jove, nor fire, nor fword, nor age can do, thofe impious grocers will...
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Specimens of Literary Resemblance: In the Works of Pope, Gray, and Other ...

Samuel Berdmore - 1801 - 127 Seiten
...perennins, Sue. Ovid concludes his great work with the fame allured anticipation of future celebrity : Jamque opus exegi, quod nee Jovis ira, nee ignis, Nee poterit ferrum, nee edax abolere vetufias, &c. And in feveral other places we obferve him dwelling with fond complacency on the importance...
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Dryden, Smith, Duke, King, Sprat, Halifax, Parnell, Garth, Rowe, Addison

Samuel Johnson - 1810
...words engage ; Until, through milky gauntlet soundly beat, His prudent heels secure a quick retreat 'i" opus exegi, quod nee Jovis ira, nee ignis, Nee poterit ferrum, nee edax abolere vetustas ! MULLY OF MOITNTOWW. FIRST PRINTED BY THE AUTHOR IN 1704. MOUNTOWN '! thou sweet retreat from Dublin...
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The Works of the Right Reverend William Warburton, D.D., Lord Bishop ..., Band 3

William Warburton, Richard Hurd - 1811
...surprise at the Author's presumption, in so confidently predicting immortality to his performance : " Jamque OPUS exegi, quod nee Jovis ira, nee ignis, " Nee poterit ferrum, nee edax abolere vetustas." To proceed with our subject. From what hath been said of Pythagoras's character, it appears, that he...
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The Works of the Right Reverend William Warburton ...

William Warburton - 1811
...surprise at the Author's presumption, in so confidently predicting immortality to his performance : " Jamque OPUS exegi, quod nee Jovis ira, nee ignis, " Nee poterit ferrum, nee edax abolere vetustas." To proceed with our subject. From what hath been said of Pythagoras's character, it appears, that he...
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Hudibras, Band 1

Samuel Butler - 1819 - 294 Seiten
...permitted him, might with HORACE have said, Exegi Monumentum JEre perennius ; Or with OVID, Jamqueopus exegi, quod nee Jovis Ira, nee Ignis, Nee poterit ferrum, nee edax abolere Vetustas. The Author of this celebrated Poem was of this last composition ; for although he had not the happiness...
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