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“If the reader who has no Latin, gets a pleasing impression of Tibullus, that is what I have chiefly hoped to do.”
“Marsus, found in the best MSS., calls Tibullus 'iuvenis' at the time of his death, which must have occurred about the same time as”
“Tibullus" in Dresden in the room of a poor comrade, and who, while he was editing his "Tibullus," had to gather his pease-cod shells on the streets and boil them for his dinner.”
“Englishings of Tibullus and, mirabillime dictu, the riddles of St. Aldhelm are in the works.”
“Horace's epistle to Albius Tibullus: me pingeum et nitidum bene curate cute vises, cum ridere voles, Epicuri de grege porcum.”
“Sure Virgil would have won – three times – and Horace, and Tibullus and Propertius and Sulpicia and Cicero and … well, everybody.”
“Many of our best classical texts have come down to us from these monastic scriptoria of the ninth century; practically all extant Latin poetry except Catullus, Tibullus, and Propertius, and nearly all extant Latin prose except Varro, Tacitus, and Apuleius, were preserved for us by the monks of the Carolingian age.”
““Sulpicia, a Roman woman writer, wrote elegies in Latin that had been attributed to Tibullus.””
“On this principle they may as well accuse Caius Catullus for calling Clodia Lesbia, Ticidas for substituting the name Perilla for that of Metella, Propertius for concealing the name Hostia beneath the pseudonym of Cynthia, and Tibullus for singing of Delia in his verse, when it was Plania who ruled his heart.”
“The whims of Imperial Rome were there in life, the bath was disclosed, the toilette of a languid Julia, dreaming, waiting for her Tibullus.”
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