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" Alme Sol, curru nitido diem qui Promis et celas aliusque et idem Nasceris, possis nihil urbe Roma Visere majus. Rite maturos aperire partus Lenis, Ilithyia, tuere matres, Sive tu Lucina probas vocari Seu Genitalis. Diva, producás subolem patrumque Prosperes... "
A Handbook of Latin Poetry: Containing Selections from Ovid, Virgil, and ... - 300
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Q. Horatii Flacci opera: ad fidem LXXVI codicum: Accedunt I. Synopsis ...

Horatius Flaccus, Horace - 1770 - : 588
...qibus septem placure colles, Dicere carmen. Chorus Puerorum. Alme Sol, curru nitido diem qui io Promis et celas, aliusque et idem Nasceris, possis nihil urbe Roma Visere majus. Chorus Puellarum. Rite maturos aperire partus Lenis, Ilithyia, ture matres : ij Sive tu Luna...
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Q. Horatii Flacci opera, cum scholiis veteribus castigavit, et notis illustr ...

Quintus Horatius Flaccus - 1806 - : 640
...Virgines lectas puerosque castos Dis, quibiis septem placuere colics, Dicere carmen. Almc Sol, curra nitido diem qui Promis et celas, aliusque et idem Nasceris, possis nihil urbe Roma Visere majiis. Rite maturos aperire partus Lenis Ilithyia, tuere matres ; Sive tu Lucina probas vocari, Seu...
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Correspondance littraire, philosophique et critique ..., 2 5

Friedrich Melchior Freiherr von Grimm - 1812
...admir la manire pleine d'nergie et d'lvation dont il a su rendre la belle strophe : Aime solj curru nitido diem qui Promis et celas, aliusque et idem Nasceris , possis nihil urbe Romd .. . , liser majus. On ne croit pas avoir jamais entendu cl, chaut plus sensible que celui...
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Correspondance littraire, philosophique et critique ..., 4 5

Friedrich Melchior Freiherr von Grimm - 1814 - : 446
...admir la manire pleine d'nergie et d'lvation dont il a su rendre la belle strophe : , \ Aime sol, curru nitido diem qui Promis et celas, aliusque et idem Nasceris, possis n'ihll urbe Rorna Visere majus. On ne croit pas avoir jamais entendu de chant plus sensible que celui...
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Erinnerungen, 4

Friedrich von Matthisson - 1815 - : 276
...Seifenbcn / д(е(ф einet ^ЬГг11феп '2ibcnbfonne/ 1исЬеиаф1. Aime Sol, curru nítido diem qui Promis et celas, aliusque et idem Nasceris , possis nihil urbe Roma Visere majus ! Horat. 22 M 9iiufonnti fptcmbi 1602. )ie Grbet bet Beleño fino una gfinflig!"...
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The Contemplative Philosopher: Or, Short Essays on the Various ..., 2

Richard Lobb - 1817 - : 414
...turtle in sequestered bow'r, And shrill lark carols clear from her aerial low'r. No. XLIII. ON THE SUN. Alme Sol, curru nitido diem qui Promis et celas, aliusque et idem Nasceris HORACE. Fair Sun, who with unchanging beam Rising another and the same, Dost from thy beamy car unfold...
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The Classical Journal, 19

1819
...termino. Et firma stat Dei fides Posterorutn in posteris In sempiterna secula, II. CARMEN S^CULARE. Alme Sol, curru nitido diem qui Promis et celas, aliusque et idem Nasceris, possis nihil hoc videre Pulchrius ortu! Quinquies denos retneans per annos, Phoebe, tu Augusti Friderici amorem...
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An Analysis of the Egyptian Mythology: To which is Subjoined a Critical ...

James Cowles Prichard - 1819 - : 618
...of the Moon. The same goddess is invoked in the Carmen Sseculare, as follows: " Rite matures aperirc partus Lenis Ilithyia, tuere matres, Sive tu Lucina probas vocari, Seu Genitalis." She is termed Genitalis, as being favourable to the production of living creatures. But the lunar goddess...
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Bestätigung der stolbergischen Umtriebe: nebst einem Anhang ber persönliche ...

Johann Heinrich Voss - 1820 - : 244
...UBorte fur fokften 2Вип[ф letjt bem 9i>nu linge ber ÍRomer í?ore¿: Aime Sol, curru nítido diem qui Promis et celas, aliusque et idem Nasceris, possis nihil urbe Roma Visere majus! 9lm folgenben Vormittage b SSciftnadfjtfeftc fa( er te ^abjl in ber фе!еге^гфе Ьае^>офат1...
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The Diary of an Invalid: Being the Journal of a Tour in Pursuit of Health in ...

Henry Matthews - 1820 - : 580
...character of the Romans. With what spirit it breaks out in the invocation of Horace; Alme Sol currunitido diem qui Promis et celas, aliusque et idem Nasceris; possis nihil urbe Roma Visere majust though in these very lines, there is a sufficient indication of that jealous hostility towards...
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