from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Plural of umbraculum.
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Letous uatum pater et Semeleius Euhan; 220 hic mouet Ortygia, mouet hic rapida agmina Nysa. huic Lycii montes gelidaeque umbracula Thymbrae et, Parnase, sonas: illi Pangaea resultant
April, though I cannot feel sure that the following lines are also meant to refer to it: -- tunc operata deo pubes discumbet in herba, arboris antiquae qua levis umbra cadit, aut e veste sua tendent umbracula sertis vincta, coronatus stabit et ipse calix.
Here it is too much to suppose that the _umbracula_ were contrived to make up for the want of shade in a country so covered with woodland as Italy was then; and the words "_sertis vincta_" show that there was some special meaning in the practice.
Frondeme illae cosme suo notnine umbrae efcebantur, atque, ut e Sexto Pompeio constat, etiam Neptu - nalibus ligebantur; quemadmo - etum e vestibus umbracula in Pa - ltltbu* a Tibul.
arboris antiquae qua leuis umbra cadit; aut e ueste sua tendent umbracula sertis
But if we could have store of the _philyrea folio leviter serrato_ (of which I have rais’d some very fine plants from the seeds) we might fear no weather, and the verdure is incomparable, and all of them tonsile, fit for cradle-work and _umbracula frondium_: a decoction of the
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