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" Praeteritum temnens extremos inter euntem. Inde fit, ut raro, qui se vixisse beatum Dicat et exacto contentus tempore vita Cedat, uti conviva satur, reperire queamus. "
The Works of Horace - Page 14
by Horace - 1821
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M. Tulli Ciceronis Cato maior de senectute

Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1911 - 200 pages
...Arganthonius belongs to the sixth century BC quod . . . esse contentus. Cf. Hor. Sat. I. 1, 117-119: — Inde fit, ut raro, qui se vixisse beatum Dicat, et, exacto contentus tempore, vita Cedat uti conviva satur, reperire i Plaudite. Plays usually closed with this word. Cf....
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Revue de philologie, de littérature et d'histoire anciennes, Volume 27

Léon Renier, Édouard Tournier, Louis Havet, Charles Henri Graux, Charles Thurot, Othon Riemann, Emile Chatelain, Louis Léon Duvau, Bernard Haussoullier, Pierre Jouguet, Alfred Ernout - Classical philology - 1903
...missos rapit ungula currus, instat equis auriga suos vincenlibus, illum praeteritum temnens extrêmes inter euntem; inde fit ut raro qui se vixisse beatum dicat et exacte contentus tempore vita cédât, uti conviva satur, reperire queamus. Sic constituto famoso hoc...
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The Poetry of Criticism: Horace Epistles II and the Ars Poetica

Ross Kilpatrick - Literary Collections - 1990 - 125 pages
...nunc aliena tua tamen aetate, omnia mitte 74 and Horace's own earlier statement (Satire 1.1.117-19): inde fit, ut raro, qui se vixisse beatum dicat et exacto contentus tempore vita cedat uti conviva satur, reperire queamus. In that satire, the overture to all of Horace's...
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Satires of Rome: Threatening Poses from Lucilius to Juvenal

Kirk Freudenburg - History - 2001 - 289 pages
...the pile has been substantially removed, making room for something new, and of Horace's own making: inde fit ut raro qui se vixisse beatum dicat et exacto contentus tempore vita cedat, uti conviva satur, reperire queamus. iam satis est. ne me Crispin! scrinia lippi...
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Lezione di buon governo per un dittatore: Cicerone, Pro Marcello : saggio di ...

Antonella Tedeschi - Literary Criticism - 2005 - 179 pages
...animoque capis securam, stulte, quietem?) e in Hor. sat. 1, 1, 115-120 (... illum / praeteritum temnens extremos inter euntem. / Inde fit, ut raro, qui se vixisse beatum / dicat et exacto contentus tempore vita / cedat uti conviva satur, reperire queamus). Anche Seneca giocherà sul concetto dell'essere...
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Satire and the Threat of Speech: Horace's Satires, Book 1

Catherine M. Schlegel - Literary Criticism - 2005 - 198 pages
...metaphor of his poem and enlists Lucretius's philosophical program in the workings of Horatian satire: inde fit ut raro qui se vixisse beatum dicat, et exacto contentus tempore vita cedat uti conviva satur, reperire queamus. iam satis est. ne me Crispini scrinia lippi...
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Horatius' Satiren en Brieven.

W.G. van der Weerd - Verse satire, Latin - 1942 - 198 pages
...carceribus misses rapit úngula currus, 115 Instat equis auriga suos vincentibus, illum Praeteritum temnens extremos inter euntem. Inde fit, ut raro, qui se vixisse beatum Dicat et exacto contentus tempore vita Cédât uti conviva satur, reperire queamus. 120 lam satis est. Ne me Crispini scrinia...
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