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  • The idiom, although more common in elegiac verse, is also found in epic: compare _Aen_ X 14 'tum _certare_ odiis, tum res _rapuisse_ licebit'.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • Ne Albinum consularem uirum praeiudicatae accusationis poena corriperet, odiis me Cypriani delatoris opposui.

    The Theological Tractates and The Consolation of Philosophy

  • Here is a known rule laid down, that in all societies a common ruin is the consequence of mutual quarrels: Every kingdom divided against itself is brought to desolation; and every family too: Quae enim domus tam stabilis est, quae tam firma civitas, quae non odiis atque dissidiis funditus everti possit?

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume V (Matthew to John)

  • Some eminent Historian may then probably arise that will not write recentibus odiis (as Tacitus expresses it) with the Passions and Prejudices of a contemporary Author, but make an impartial Distribution of Fame among the Great Men of the present Age.

    Spectator, June 26, 1711

  • _Quae enim domus tam stabilis, quae tam firma civitas est, quae non odiis atque discidiis funditus possit everti?

    The Prose Works of Jonathan Swift, D.D. — Volume 09 Contributions to The Tatler, The Examiner, The Spectator, and The Intelligencer

  • Some eminent historian may then probably arise that will not write _recentibus odiis_, as Tacitus expresses it, with the passions and prejudices of a contemporary author, but make an impartial distribution of fame among the great men of the present age.

    Essays and Tales

  • Obtulit ingenium Anicetus libcr - tus, claffi apud Mifenum praefedus, & pueritise Neronis educator, ac mutuis odiis Agrippinae invifus, Ergo "navem poffe componi" docet,

    C. Cornelii Taciti opera omnia. ...

  • Segeftes, quamquam confenfu gentis in beilum traftus, difcors manebat, auftis privatim odiis, quod Arminius filiam ejus, alii padtam, ra - puerat; gener invifus, inimici foceri; quaeque apud concordes vincula caritatis, incitamenta irarum apud infenfos crant.

    C. Cornelii Taciti opera omnia

  • Ipfe Drufo, fratre Tiberii, genitus, Auguftae nepos: fed an - xius occultis in fe patrui aviseque odiis, quorum caufae acriores, quia iniquae: quippe Drufi magna apud populum Romanum memoria, credebatur - que, fi rerum potitus foret, libertatem redditurus: unde in Germanicum favor, & fpes eadem.

    C. Cornelii Taciti opera omnia

  • I. 45 faevitiae in Sempronium Graccum, qui famiM.nobili, folers ingenio, & prave facundus, eamdem Juliam in matrimonio M. Agrippse temeraverat: ncc is libidini finis; traditam Tiberio, pervicax adulter contumacia & odiis in maritum accende - bat; literseque, quas Julia patri Augufto cum infeftatione Tiberii fcripfit, a Gracco compofitae credebantur.

    C. Cornelii Taciti opera omnia

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