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" ... ad summam: sapiens uno minor est love, dives, liber, honoratus, pulcher, rex denique regum, praecipue sanus, nisi cum pituita molesta est. "
The Correspondence of M. Tullius Cicero: Arranged According to Its ... - Page 35
by Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1885
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La Grecia: nella letteratura, nella religione, nel costume, nell'arte ...

Enrico Bianchi - Art, Greek - 1913 - 494 pages
...pi¨ (1) Grazio fa la caricatura del sapiente stoico nei noti versi (ep. 1, 106, sgg.): Ad su m muný sapiens uno minor est love, dives, Liber, honoratus, pulcher, rex denique regum, Praecipue sanus nisi clini pituita molesta est. Fig. 18.— Epicuro o Metrodoro, erma del Museo Capitolino....
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Horace in the English Literature of the Eighteenth Century

Caroline Mabel Goad - Comparative literature - 1918 - 678 pages
...wealth he always had wholesome respect. He seems to have had in mind the ironical lines of Horace, Sapiens uno minor est love, dives, Liber, honoratus, pulcher, rex denique regum; etc. E. 1. I. 106 f. 1 [Det vitam, det opes; aequum mi animum ipse parabo.] (4.60) To Alexander Pope....
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Yale Studies in English, Volume 58

Caroline Mabel Goad - Comparative literature - 1918 - 662 pages
...wealth he always had wholesome respect. He seems to have had in mind the ironical Jines of Horace, Sapiens uno minor est love, dives. Liber, honoratus, pulcher, rex denique regum; etc. E. 1. 1. 106 f. (4.60) To Alexander Pope. March 6, 1728. I know not whether you are in earnest...
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Stoicism in Horace and in Persius

Mary M. Howard - 1921 - 166 pages
...advantages of philosophy half jestingly, as is his wont, in Stoic phrase, as if somewhat indifferent,2 "Sapiens uno minor est love, dives, Liber, honoratus, pulcher, rex denique regum, Praeoipue sanus, nisi cum pituita molesta est." How like the perfectly human churchman he is when he...
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Gabriele d'Annunzio convittore

Tomaso Fracassini - 1922 - 182 pages
...Traduzione : Tutte le terrene cose sono brevi e caduche, e niuna parte occupano dell' eternitÓ. Ad summum sapiens uno minor est love : dives Liber, honoratus, pulcher, rex denique regum. GRAZIO. Traduzione : Infine 1' uomo sapiente ha solo Giove superiore, Ŕ ricco, Ŕ libero, Ŕ onorato,...
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Satires, Epistles and Ars Poetica

Horace - 1926 - 554 pages
...cum sis et prave sectum stomacheris ob unguem de te pendentis, te respicientis amici. 105 Ad summam : sapiens uno minor est love, dives, liber, honoratus, pulcher, rex denique regum, praecipue sanus, nisi cum pituita molesta est. 1 occurrit or occurro. 2 mecum R5ir Goth. 8 putas, /...
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A Variorum Commentary Of The Poems Of John Milton

Merritt Yerkes Hughes - 1970 - 412 pages
...and Michael in PL 8. 66-178 and 12. 575-87, which seem a sweeping repudiation of studies of all 11 sapiens uno minor est love, dives, liber, honoratus, pulcher, rex denique regum, praecipue sanus, nisi cum pituita molesta est. kinds, have been variously explained; but the most persistent...
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The Stoic Tradition from Antiquity to the Early Middle Ages, Volume 1

Marcia l. Colish - History - 1985 - 468 pages
...of the Stoic sage who not only claims that such perfection can exist but also that he embodies it: Sapiens uno minor est love, dives, liber, honoratus, pulcher, rex denique regum, praecipue sanus, nisi cum pitvita molesta est.89 The wise man is only surpassed by Jove. He is well...
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Modern Critical Theory and Classical Literature

Irene J. F. De Jong, J. John Patrick Sullivan - Literary Criticism - 1994 - 312 pages
...meet the irony of the moralist, who breaks the tension of preaching with a joke, as in 1.1: ad summam, sapiens uno minor est love, dives, liber, honoratus, pulcher, rex denique regum; praecipue sanus, nisi cum pituita molesta est. In short, the wise man is inferior only to Jupiter,...
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Vergils Weltsicht: Optimismus und Pessimismus in Vergils Georgica

Robert Cramer - Latin poetry - 1998 - 330 pages
...Verńnderung gegenŘber ecl. 5,37. Vgl. auch carduus in 152 und ecl. 5,39. 94 JENKYNS 1993,248. ad summam: sapiens uno minor est love, dives, liber, honoratus, pulcher, rex denique regum, praecipue sanus, nisi cum pitvita molestasi. Bei aller Leichtigkeit des Tones bleiben die in 118-121a...
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