Latin Prosody Made Easy

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Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 1808 - 403 páginas
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Página 268 - Synapheia, the final syllable of the spondee in each measure be either naturally long, or made long by the concourse of consonants ; and that each sentence or period terminate with a complete measure, having the spondee for its close. Horace has used this measure but once (Carm.
Página 253 - Iliae dum se nimium querenti Jactat ultorem, vagus et sinistra Labitur ripa (Jove non probante) uxorius amnis.
Página 253 - Adonic,' has induced an eminent modern prosodian2 to entertain the opinion, that neither Sappho nor Catullus, nor Horace, ever intended the stanza to consist of four separate verses, but wrote it as three, viz.
Página 176 - Terreor admonitu; corque timore micat. Martia picus avis gemino pro stipite pugnant, Et lupa. Tuta per hos utraque palma fuit.
Página 222 - Claudius ut vidit funus suum, intellexit se mortuum esse. Ingenti eum jueyuAip \optK(a nenia caiitabatur anapaestis : Fundite fletus, edite planctus, resonet tristi clamore forum : cecidit pulchre cordatus homo, quo non alius fuit in toto fortior orbe. Ille citato vincere cursu...
Página 12 - ... at the end of a word and the other at the beginning of the next.
Página 297 - Vox quoque per lucos vulgo exaudita silentes Ingens ; et simulacra modis pallentia miris Visa sub obscurum noctis ; pecudesque locutae, Infandum ! sistunt amnes, terraeque dehiscunt, Et maestum illacrimat templis ebur, aeraque sudant.
Página 236 - The iambic trimeter catalectie, or Archilochian , is the iambic trimeter (I.), wanting the final syllable. Like the common iambic trimeter, it admits a spondee into the first and third places, but not into the fifth ; as, Voca- | tus at- | qug non | voca- | tQs ad- | dit.
Página 227 - Et rarus intrat ex iambis omnibus : Ut ille contra, qui secundo et talibus Spondeon aut quem comparem receperit.
Página 225 - But the pure Iambic was rarely used: and the spondee was allowed to take the place of the iambus in the first, third, and fifth feet...

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