De Bello Civili I
Cambridge University Press, 2013 - 222 pagine
Originally published in 1955, as the second edition of a 1940 original, this book contains the Latin text of the first book of Lucan's Pharsalia or De bello civili, in which Caesar crosses the Rubicon to march on Rome. Getty provides a biography of Lucan, an assessment of his ostensibly hero-less epic, and the historical sources informing the narrative, as well as explanatory notes on the text and a critical apparatus. This book will be of value to anyone interested in Lucan or in Neronian literature.
Cosa dicono le persone - Scrivi una recensione
Nessuna recensione trovata nei soliti posti.
adjective aethera Ariminum arma asyndeton bella belli bello bellum Biturix C.Q. xxx caeli caelo Caes Caesar castra Chauci Cisalpine Gaul Ciuili Compare Ouid compare Verg Cortius Critical Apparatus cruor dative Duff edition epithet Fast ﬁgures ﬁnd ﬁrst follows Fortuna Frazer on Ouid Gaul Georg Haskins compares Heitland Hosius Housman compares hypallage Ibid inﬁnitive infr Introduction Latin Lejay Lejay compares Lejay observes Livy longa Lucan Manil manus meaning metonymy motus Nero noun numina orbe orbem Ouid Ovid passage Pease on Cic pectore Pharsalia phrase Plin plural Plut Plutarch poem poet poetry Pompey Pompey’s populi Postgate quae quam Quintilian quod quoque quotes rhetoric Rice Holmes robore Roma Roman Rome saec sanguine Servius sidera signa singular Stat Suet synecdoche Taranis Teutates Theb tibi Tibull trope uertice undas verb Vergil word