The Satires of Persius Translated: with Notes

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Strana 2 - Venter, negatas artifex sequi voces. Quod si dolosi spes refulserit nummi, Corvos poetas et poetrias picas Cantare credas Pegasei'um nectar. SATIRA I. ' O CURAS hominum! O quantum est in rebus inane! Quis leget haec V Min' tu istud ais ?
Strana 46 - Samios diduxit littera ramos, Surgentem dextro monstravit limite callem. Stertis adhuc ? laxumque caput compage soluta Oscitat hesternum dissutis undique malis ? Est aliquid quo tendis, et in quod dirigis arcum? An passim sequeris corvos, testaque, lutoque, Securus quo pes ferat, atque ex tempore vivis ? Helleborum frustra, cum jam cutis aegra tumebit, Poscentes videas: venienti occurrite morbo.
Strana 60 - ... hoc bene sit' tunicatum cum sale mordens 30 cepe et farratam pueris plaudentibus ollam pannosam faecem morientis sorbet aceti?" at si unctus cesses et figas in cute solem, est prope te ignotus cubito qui tangat et acre despuat: "hi mores!
Strana 82 - ... indulge Genio, carpamus dulcia! nostrum est quod vivis; cinis et manes et fabula fies. vive memor leti! fugit hora; hoc quod loquor inde est.
Strana 68 - ... voce traham pura, totumque hoc verba resignent, quod latet arcana non enarrabile fibra.
Strana 52 - Hesterni capite induto subiere Quirites. " Tange, miser ! venas; et pone in pectore dextram ; " Nil calet hie. Summosque pedes attinge, manusque :
Strana 10 - En pallor seniumque ! O mores ! usque adeone Scire tuum nihil est, nisi te scire hoc sciat alter ? ' At pulchrum est digito monstrari, et dicier, Hie est ! Ten' cirratorum centum dictata fuisse Pro nihilo pendas V Ecce inter pocula quaerunt 30 Romulidae saturi, quid dia poemata narrent.
Strana xxxv - Alas ! the flower was just expanded in full blossom to the morning sun, when the day overcast, and this promised pride of the garden perished by the relentless storm. THE LIFE OF PERSIUS. AULUS PERSIUS FLACCUS, according to the fragment ascribed to Probus, was born on the day before the Nones of December, in the consulship of Fabius Persicus, and Lucius Vitellius; and died in that of Rubrius Marius, and Asinius Callus, on the eighth of the Kalends of December. But as there were only twenty•eight...
Strana 82 - Quo deinde insane ruis ? quo ? Quid tibi vis ? Calido sub pectore mascula bilis Intumuit, quam non exstinxerit urna cicutae. Tun' mare transilias ? tibi, torta cannabe fulto, Cena sit in transtro?
Strana 76 - An quisquam est alius -liber, nisi ducere vitam Cui licet, ut voluit ? licet, ut volo, vivere : non sim Liberior Bruto ?' Mendose colligis, inquit 85 Stoi'cus hic, aurem mordaci lotus aceto.

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