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  • The manuscript has many corruptions: a few examples are i 30 _igne_ for _imbre_, ii 18 _supremo_ for _suppresso_, iv 6 _pace_ for _parte_, vi 34 _uirtus_ for _uirus_, vii 15 _piacula_ for _pericula_, ix 42

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • The line looks ahead to 63-64 'et modo, Caesar, auum, quem uirtus addidit astris,/sacrarunt aliqua carmina parte tuum'.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • (_FacI_), joining _ingens_ with _uirtus_ in the following line, arguing that the honour would not seem a great one to a member of a royal family.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • As well, if _ingens_ is connected with _titulus_, _uirtus

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • A particularly fine example of the use Ovid makes of differing levels of diction is found at 35-38: excitat auditor studium, laudataque uirtus crescit, et immensum gloria calcar habet. hic mea cui recitem nisi flauis scripta Corallis, quasque alias gentes barbarus Hister obit?

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • = See at viii 63 _quem uirtus addidit astris_ (p 277).

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • _Finis enim precepti caritas est, quia caritas propria et specialis uirtus est Christianorum.

    The Latin & Irish Lives of Ciaran Translations Of Christian Literature. Series V. Lives Of The Celtic Saints

  • Alcides capta traxit ab Oechalia; et modo, Caesar, auum, quem uirtus addidit astris, sacrarunt aliqua carmina parte tuum.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • = Compare _Met_ V 269-70 (the Muses to Minerva) 'o nisi te uirtus opera ad maiora tulisset,/in partem uentura chori

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • Nec me animi fallit Graiorum obscura reperta130 difficile inlustrare Latinis uersibus esse, multa nouis uerbis praesertim cum sit agendum propter egestatem linguae et rerum nouitatem; sed tua me uirtus tamen et sperata uoluptas suauis amicitiae quemuis sufferre laborem135 suadet et inducit noctes uigilare serenas quaerentem dictis quibus et quo carmine demum clara tuae possim praepandere lumina menti, res quibus occultas penitus conuisere possis.

    Exordium

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