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  • [2021] Qui Pelago credit, magno se faenore tollit,

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • The variant AGER (_TM2I2_) for _amor_ was clearly induced by such passages as Tib II vi 21-22 'spes sulcis credit aratis/semina quae magno _faenore_ reddat _ager_', _RA_ 173-74 'obrue uersata Cerealia semina terra,/quae tibi cum multo _faenore_ reddat _ager_', and _EP_ I

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • = _Adiecto faenore_ = 'with interest added on'; Ovid will make up for his past negligence by sending Tuticanus more than one poem ( 'tibi _carmina_ mittam').

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • A similar use of _faenus_ at _EP_ III i 79-81 'nec ... debetur meritis gratia nulla meis./redditur illa quidem grandi cum _faenore_ nobis'.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • Sub veteribus, ibi sunt qui dant quique accipiunt faenore.

    A History of Rome During the Later Republic and Early Principate

  • _respondeo_ 8c cites for the literal sense Virgil _G_ II 63-64 'truncis oleae melius, propagine uites/respondent', Columella II 1 3 'humus ... magno faenore ... colono respondet', Col III 3 4; for a transferred use see Sen _Ep_ LXXXI 1 'non respondeant [_sc_ beneficia] potius quam non dentur'.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • v 25-26 'at, puto ... sata cum multo _faenore_ reddit _ager_': these passages refer to the original meaning of _faenus_ ( 'faenum appellatur naturalis terrae fetus; ob quam causam et nummorum fetus _faenus_ est uocatum' -- Festus 94 Muller, 83 Lindsay).

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • post obitum duplici faenore reddet Honos; omnia post obitum fingit maiora uetustas:

    His Place in Poetry

  • semina quae magno faenore reddat ager: haec laqueo uolucres, haec captat harundine piscis,

    He appeals to Nemesis by the Memory of her dead Sister

  • Talis hortos extruit, et per haec suburbana incedit, et tantis agrorum spatiis, tam lato faenore exuberat? "'

    The Student's Companion to Latin Authors

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