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Bernardi Silvestris De mundi universitate libri duo

sive, Megacosmus et microcosmus.

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      • On spine: Megacosmus et microcosmus.Facsim. reproduction of the 1st ed. published in Innsbruck in 1876 by the Wagnersche Universitätsbuch-handlung.Introd. in German; text in Latin.

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        PublishersMinerva
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        LC Classifications1964
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 65 p. :
        Number of Pages45
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
        Series
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quatuor 25 ventos cardinales sibi invicem opponit. Gustus aquae cognatior est propiorque liquori, Constat ab humecto, quicquid in ore sapit. 480 Multa peregrinis excursibus hospita turba Descendit fluvios regnaque dulcis aquae.

Carl Sigmund Bernard Silvestris, Johann Bernard, Barach & Wrobel, Bernardi Silvestris de Mundi Universitate Libri Duo Sive, Megacosmus Et Microcosmus

sta- bilitatem bonumque tranquillitatis excussit. Then the earth and its creatures are described, with catalogues of mountains, beasts, rivers, plants which are treated in particular detailfish, and birds.

Mittellateinische Studien und Texte 47. 465 Cuique foret didicisse minus, plus vivere perdix. Expromptas Urania manus traducit ad artem S Ingeniumque movet. neque enim conveniens est, ut Natura dubitet, rerum prudentior indagatrix. More recordantis quam multa reducet eorum, Quae cemet penitus non inmemor. De quo concursu vis et natura videndi Essendi causam materiamque trahit Ad formas rerum se porrigit huius acumen, 20 Lucis et examen iudiciate facit.

10 verse : Noys explains that Natura, Urania, and Physis can collaborate to complete the creation by fashioning a creature who participates in both the divine and earthly realms. Ergo moribus 190 ad gratiam inmutatis cum alteri in altero conplaceret, consensus amicitiam peperit, amicitia fidem.

Et solus qui sentit olor, discrimine quanto Vivitur, et spreto funere cantor obit. Ut — quid enim permixta trahit confusus acervus? abundantior enim et nativis erecta potentiis quibus insedit sedibus, facile non recedit. Et quae laeta novum laudat alauda diem. Quae quidem omnes vultibus quibus itur ad exe- quias et quibusdam quasi lacrimis conturbatae. Fagus amans hederas et coniuga vitibus ulmus, Quaeque parum cynus matre recedit humo. I, Natura, sequar, nec enim vagus incidet error, Si directa tuis via ductibus.

Mens, corpus diversa licet iungentur ad unum. Pisce natantur aquae, volucri discurritur aer, Incedunt pecudes, vipera serpit humo. 1 203in dessen Schriften er noch nach- weisbar ist. Victor haben diesen Versen ausfiihrliche Commentare ge- widmet.