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  • Et venit ad eum columba tempore vespertimo, et ecce, folium olivae raptum erat in ore ejus, et cognovit Noah quod extenuatae essent aquae

    Commentary on Genesis - Volume 1

  • On the other hand, he was dead before his son's exile in A.D. 43, for Sen. _ad Helv. _ 2, 5, after enumerating the calamities which had befallen his mother -- among them his father's death -- concludes with the words 'raptum me audisti: hoc adhuc defuerat tibi, lugere vivos.'

    The Student's Companion to Latin Authors

  • Romana pubes, sedato tandem pavore, postquam ex tam turbido die serena, et tranquilla lux rediit, ubi vacuam sedem regiam vidit; etsi satis credebat Patribus, qui proximi steterant, sublimem raptum procella; tamen veluti orbitatis metu icta, maestum aliquamdiu silentium obtinuit.

    The Lives of the Twelve Caesars, Volume 02: Augustus

  • Romana pubes, sedato tandem pavore, postquam ex tam turbido die serena, et tranquilla lux rediit, ubi vacuam sedem regiam vidit; etsi satis credebat Patribus, qui proximi steterant, sublimem raptum procella; tamen veluti orbitatis metu icta, maestum aliquamdiu silentium obtinuit.

    De vita Caesarum

  • According to the scholiast the last four lines -- torva Mimalloneis implerunt cornua bombis, et raptum vitulo caput ablatura superbo

    Post-Augustan Poetry From Seneca to Juvenal

  • Poenorum dimissa cohors. quae maesta repulsa ac minitans capto patrias properabat ad oras. prosequitur volgus, patres, ac planctibus ingens personat et luctu campus. revocare libebat interdum et iusto raptum retinere dolore.

    Post-Augustan Poetry From Seneca to Juvenal

  • Cuius hereditatem cum deinceps Epicureum uulgus ac Stoicum ceterique pro sua quisque parte raptum ire molirentur meque reclamantem renitentemque uelut in partem praedae traherent, uestem quam meis texueram manibus, disciderunt abreptisque ab ea panniculis totam me sibi cessisse credentes abiere.

    The Theological Tractates and The Consolation of Philosophy

  • V. IV.Footnote 61: tunc denique raptam Scisset [raptum] _Bell also has “tum” for “tunc”; both words are valid_

    The Metamorphoses of Ovid Vol. I, Books I-VII

  • LearchwH, - autem, alterum filio» lum, raptum de sinu matris saxo illideret.

    P. Ovidii Nasonis Fastorum libri VI.

  • munere donat, 20 flebili sponsae iuuenemue raptum plorat et uiris animumque moresque aureos educit in astra nigroque

    Pindar

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