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  • Videat ecclesia, iudicet orbis terrarum quibus magis obserandum sit regnum celorum, uobis, qui contradicitis uerbis celorum, an paruulis, de quibus ipse rex ait: talium est enim regnum celorum. back

    A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

  • For the language compare Cic _Leg Agr_ II 53 'ponite ante oculos uobis Rullum ... _hasta posita_ ... auctionantem'.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • Ite, leues elegi, doctas ad consulis aures, uerbaque honorato ferte legenda uiro. longa uia est, nec uos pedibus proceditis aequis, tectaque brumali sub niue terra latet. cum gelidam Thracen et opertum nubibus Haemon 5 et maris Ionii transieritis aquas, luce minus decima dominam uenietis in urbem, ut festinatum non faciatis iter. protinus inde domus uobis Pompeia petetur; non est Augusto iunctior ulla foro.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • Housman is wrong to adduce this line as though it were a statement made under oath (compare the claim made in 26 'littera de uobis est mea questa nihil').

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • 'Discite quae faciem commendet cura, puellae,/et _quo_ sit uobis forma tuenda _modo_' and _Ibis_ 55-56 'nunc _quo_ Battiades inimicum deuouet

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • = Compare _EP_ III vii entire (an apology to his friends for the monotony of his verse), and especially the opening lines: 'Verba mihi desunt eadem tam saepe roganti,/iamque pudet uanas fine carere preces./taedia consimili fieri de carmine uobis,/quidque petam cunctos edidicisse reor'.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • = Compare v 9-10 'protinus inde domus uobis Pompeia petetur:/_non est Augusto iunctior ulla foro'_.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • Ovid often uses the phrasing of his exile: see _Tr_ I ii 65-66 'mittere me _Stygias_ si iam uoluisset in _undas_/Caesar, in hoc uestro non eguisset ope', _Tr_ IV v 22, _EP_ I viii 27 'careo uobis, _Stygias_ detrusus in _oras_', and _EP_ II iii 44 'a _Stygia_ quantum mors

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • _EP_ III ii 43-44 'nos ... quos procul a uobis Pontus et [_uar_ barbarus]

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • Now when Ninned reached him, Ciaran was going over the central text of the book of Matthew: _Omnia quaecumque uultis ut faciant homines uobis, ita et uos faciatis illis.

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

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