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" Moenia Romanosque suo de nomine dicet. His ego nee metas rerum nee tempora pono; Imperium sine fine dedi. Quin aspera Juno, Quae mare nunc terrasque metu coelumque fatigat, Consilia in melius referet, mecumque fovebit Romanos, rerum dominos, gentemque... "
Selections from Ovid and Virgil: A Shorter Handbook of Latin Poetry. With ... - Seite 121
von Ovid - 1866 - 648 Seiten
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Aeneid, Bücher 1-6

Virgil - 1904
...condet moenia Romanosque suo de nomine dlcet. His ego nee metas rgrum nee tempora p6no; 265 260 265 270 imperium sine fine dedi. Quin aspera Juno, quae mare nunc terrasque metu caeluroque fatigat, 280 consilia in melius referet mecumque fovebit Romanes, rerum dominos, gentemque...
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The Holy Roman Empire

James Bryce Bryce (Viscount) - 1904 - 575 Seiten
...confidently predict its eternity." The proud belief of his countrymen which Virgil had expressed — ' His ego nee metas rerum, nee tempora pono: Imperium sine fine dedi' — was shared by the early Christians when they prayed for the persecuting power whose fall would...
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An Historical Review of Waterways and Canal Construction in New York State

Henry Wayland Hill - 1908 - 547 Seiten
...much more liberal and enduring basis than that empire, of whose people and dominion the poet said: "His ego nee metas rerum nee tempora pono: Imperium sine fine dedi." 1 The Colossus of Rhodes, the Pharos of Alexandria and the Statue of Liberty in New York harbor are...
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Roman History and Mythology, Teil 1

Henry Arthur Sanders - 1910 - 427 Seiten
...etc., pp. 29 and 39. 2 Aen. 1, 279-282: .... quin aspera Inno, quae mare nunc terrasque metu caelumque fatigat, consilia in melius referet mecumque fovebit Romanos, rerum dominos, gentemque togatam. 3 Cf. Heynacher, p. 39; Wezel, no. 9. 'Aen. 1, 19-20: progeniem sed enim Troiano a sanguine duci audierat,...
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Reminiscences of Ennius in Silius Italicus

Loura Bayne Woodruff - 1910 - 69 Seiten
...etc., pp. 29 and 39. 2 Aen. 1, 279-282: .... quin aspera luno, quae mare nunc terrasque metu caelumque fatigat, consilia in melius referet mecumque fovebit Romanos, rerum dominos, gentemque togatam. 3 Cf. Heynacher, p. 39; Wezel, no. 9. 4 Aen. 1, 19-20: progeniem sed enim Troiano a sanguine duel audierat,...
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Corpus Tibullianum

Tibullus - 1913 - 542 Seiten
...Jupiter says, ' Romulus excipiet gentem et Mavortia condet | moenia Romanosque suo de nomine dicet. I his ego nee metas rerum nee tempora pono: | imperium sine fine dedi,' etc. See also Livy, 4, 4, 4; 6, 23, 7; 28, 28, II; Tiberius (in Tac. Ann. 3, 6), 'principes mortales...
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Heart of Man, and Other Papers

George Edward Woodberry - 1920 - 323 Seiten
...centuries under every sky, will constitute a moral dominion to which Virgil's line may proudly apply — His ego nee metas rerum nee tempora pono: Imperium sine fine dedi. TWO PHASES OF CRITICISM HISTORICAL AND ESTHETIC Lectures delivered on the Larwill Foundation of Kenyon...
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Mémoires de la Société de linguistique de Paris, Band 2

Société de linguistique de Paris - 1875
...née tempora pono ; Imperium sine fine dedi. Quin aspera Juno Qux mare nunc terrasque metu cœlum.que fatigat, Consilia in melius referet, mecumque fovebit Romanos rerum dominos gentemque togatam (Virg., Enéide, I, 278-282). Dans ce texte le rapport de ce qui précède qui-n à ce qui le suit...
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The Roman's World

Frank Gardner Moore - 1965 - 502 Seiten
...shores was even to the age of Augustus such a marvel as could be explained only by the divine will. His ego nee metas rerum nee tempora pono; imperium sine fine dedi are the words in which Vergil's Jupiter promises that the future city shall have no limits to its power...
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Das Fremde Wort: Studien zur Interdependenz von Texten : Festschrift für ...

Ilse Nolting-Hauff, Joachim Shulze - 1988 - 515 Seiten
...So verheißt Jupiter selbst den Römern, deren Stammvater Aeneas sein wird, ein grenzenloses Reich: His ego nee metas rerum nee tempora pono: Imperium sine fine dedi. [...] (V. 278 f.) Daß dieses „sine fine" aber wie selbstverständlich die Grenze einschließt, die...
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