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Ausonius,R. P. H. Green
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Decimus or Decimius Magnus Ausonius (/ɔːˈsoʊniəs/; c. 310 – c. 395) was a Roman poet and teacher of rhetoric from Burdigala in Aquitaine, modern Bordeaux, France.

Decimus or Decimius Magnus Ausonius (/ɔːˈsoʊniəs/; c.

Ausonius of Bordeaux, poet, professor, and statesman, whose long life almost spanned the fourth century AD, lived at a time of great cultural and political change, and was for many .

Ausonius of Bordeaux, poet, professor, and statesman, whose long life almost spanned the fourth century AD, lived at a time of great cultural and political change, and was for many years, as an imperial courtier, closely involved in the administration of the Roman Empire. Ausonius of Bordeaux, poet, professor, and statesman, whose long life almost spanned the fourth century AD, lived at a time of great cultural and political change, and was for many years, as an imperial courtier, closely involved in the administration of the Roman Empire.

The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work. Green recensuit et emendavit hunc librum doctissime et accuratissime.

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THE works of Ausonius were held in high esteem by the poet's contemporaries : Symmachus protests that he classes the Mosella as equal with the poems of Virgil, and Paulinus of Nola has grave doubts as to whether " Tully and Maro " could have borne one yoke with his old master. Extravagant as such judgments may be, 1 they have their value as indicating wherein (from the modern point of view) the importance of Ausonius really lies.

The Works of Ausonius book. Ausonius of Bordeaux, poet, professor, and statesman, lived during the Fourth Century ., a time of great cultural and political change

The Works of Ausonius book., a time of great cultural and political change. As an imperial courtier, he was closely involved in the administration of the Roman Empire. A prolific and original poet, Ausonius covered an astonishing stylistic range in his many and varied poems. This revised text of his complete wor Ausonius of Bordeaux, poet, professor, and statesman, lived during the Fourth Century .

Ausonius's works, including lost works, composed by Giovanni Mansionario in c. 1320. A book as good as The Works of Ausonius is likely to increase interest even further, not only in Ausonius, but also in all later Latin literature. It is a pity that most readers will not be able to express their appreciation of its worth by purchasing a copy.

Similar books and articles. Ausonius' Fasti and Caesares Revisited. Testi e manuali per l'insegnamento universitario del Latino, 4. Pp. 266.

Download books for free This revised text of his complete works offers over 100 new emendations, and includes detailed.

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Ausonius: Volume 1, Books 1-17 (Loeb Classical Library). Ausonius, Hugh G. Evelyn-White (Translator), H. G. Evelyn-White (Translator). The Works of Ausonius. Decimus Magnus Ausonius. pdf, 3. 6 Mb. Ausonius: Volume 2, Books 18-20 (Loeb Classical Library). Evelyn White (Translator). pdf, 1. 2 Mb. Ausonius of Bordeaux: Genesis of a Gallic Aristocracy.

The Works of Ausonius. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1991. Exclusive Licence to Publish: The Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies. Recommend this journal. The Journal of Roman Studies.

Ausonius of Bordeaux, poet, professor, and statesman, lived during the Fourth Century A.D, a time of great cultural and political change. As an imperial courtier, he was closely involved in the administration of the Roman Empire. A prolific and original poet, Ausonius covered an astonishing stylistic range in his many and varied poems. This revised text of his complete works offers over 100 new emendations, and includes detailed commentary as well as four introductory chapters that consider the nature of Ausonius' poetry, his life and career, his influence, and the manuscripts of his works.