5 edition of Il De rosis nascentibus found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.Includes text of De rosis nascentibus in Latin and Italian prose translation.
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15 20 One might doubt whether Aurora steals blushes from the rose, or dayrise donates its colours to these flowers. This work has now been supplemented by an Oxford Classical Text edition of the works, with a simplified critical apparatus, which also allows G.
clerico convicto commisso gaolae in defectu ordinarii deliberando In law, a writ for the delivery of a clerk to his ordinary, that was formerly convicted of felony; by reason that his ordinary did not challenge him according to the privilege of clerks.
claves Sancti Petri the keys of A symbol of the.
Errantes silva in magna et sub luce maligna inter harundineasque comas gravidumque papaver et tacitos sine labe lacus, sine murmure rivos, quorum per ripas nebuloso lumine marcent fleti, olim regum et puerorum nomina, flores. ros unus, color unus, et unum mane duorum: sideris et floris nam domina una Venus. Perchance, too, one is their fragrance ; but that is diffused on the breezes far above us, this, near at hand, breathes forth a sweetness more perceptible.
concordia parvae res crescunt small things grow in harmony Il De rosis nascentibus of condemnant quod non intellegunt They condemn what they do not understand or They condemn because they do not understand The here is ambiguous: it may be the or a.  's speech in 57 BC to regain his confiscated house Said of someone who pleads cases for their own benefit; see c.
comme alors la vue errante Saisit le monde en un vrai jour! The following attempts to list the changes to the text and the significant additions to the critical apparatus it does not claim to be comprehensive. The manuscript variations are dissicuit, discicuit and discutiit. Virgil referred to the beauty and success of its rosaries.
One stanza from a long poem about the month of May The vanitas topic. The or 's rejection of a mundane life and worldly values. proposes the deletion of in horto sepultis from the title.
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One is close capped with a covering of green leaves; another flecks her narrow sheath with ruddy purple ; a third is opening the tip of her tapering spire and freeing the point of her crimson head.