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  • * Erat erim in singulis animae partibus temperatura quae suis numeris constabat: [965] 1

    Commentary on Genesis - Volume 1

  • -- Ed. [89] "Erat erim in singulis animae partibus temperatura quae suis numeris constabat."

    Commentary on Genesis - Volume 1

  • _C_ also contains a greater number of purely palaeographical errors than any other manuscript: _hunc_ for _nunc_ (i 25), _humeris_ for _numeris_

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • = Ovid often mentions the alternating pattern of elegiac verse: compare xvi 11 _numeris ... imparibus ... uel aequis_ and the passages there cited, _Am_ III i 8 (of Elegy) 'et, puto, pes illi _longior alter_ erat', and _EP_ III iv 85-86 'ferre etiam molles elegi tam uasta triumphi/pondera _disparibus_ non potuere _rotis_'.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • Quod legis, o uates magnorum maxime regum, uenit ab intonsis usque, Seuere, Getis; cuius adhuc nomen nostros tacuisse libellos, si modo permittis dicere uera, pudet. orba tamen numeris cessauit epistula numquam 5 ire per alternas officiosa uices; carmina sola tibi memorem testantia curam non data sunt -- quid enim quae facis ipse darem? quis mel Aristaeo, quis Baccho uina Falerna,

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • I take _numeris_ as a dative; no close parallel presents itself, but compare _Aen_ IV 239-40

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • Haec tibi mittuntur quem sum modo carmine questus non aptum numeris nomen habere meis, in quibus, excepto quod adhuc utcumque ualemus, nil te praeterea quod iuuet inuenies.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • 'Haec tibi mittuntur quem sum _modo_ carmine questus/non aptum numeris nomen habere meis'.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • It is clear from the opening distich of poem xiv that Ovid sent the poem to Tuticanus very soon after the composition of xii: 'Haec tibi mittuntur quem sum _modo_ carmine questus/non aptum numeris nomen habere meis'.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • In numeris itaque magnam latere efficaciam et virtutem tam ad borum quam ad malum, non modo splendidissimi philosophi unanimiter docent, sed etiam doctores

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 03, No. 17, March, 1859

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