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Ausonius (Decimus Magnus), ca. 310–ca. 395 CE, a doctor's son, used to be born at Burdigala (Bordeaux). After an exceptional schooling in grammar and rhetoric and a brief interval within which he was once an suggest, he took to instructing rhetoric in a college which he begun in 334. between his scholars was once Paulinus, who used to be afterwards Bishop of Nola; and he turns out to became a few type of Christian himself. Thirty years later Ausonius used to be known as by way of Emperor Valentinian to be coach to Gratian, who hence as emperor conferred on him honours together with a consulship in 379. In 383, after Gratian's homicide, Ausonius retired to Bordeaux. Ausonius's surviving works, a few with deep feeling, a few composed it sort of feels for enjoyable, a few didactic, contain a lot poetry: poems approximately himself and relations, particularly "The day-by-day Round"; epitaphs on heroes within the Trojan warfare, memorials on Roman emperors, and epigrams on numerous matters; poems approximately recognized towns and approximately pals and associates. "The Moselle," an outline of that river, is without doubt one of the so much popular of his poems. there's additionally an handle of because of Gratian for the consulship. The Loeb Classical Library variation of Ausonius is in volumes; the second one contains Eucharisticus ("Thanksgiving") by way of Paulinus Pellaeus.

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5). He died during the princiAugustus his Chronicles are not extant. friend (celebrated pate of : 33 VOL. II. D AUSONIUS verum tu, quidem, ut ego loquax iudico etiam nimium inultos putabis. adiuro benevolentiain tuain, verecundiae meae testem, eos paucos cum ; legeris, mihi subita persuasione fluxisse. nam quis hos diii cogitaret? quod sane ipsi per se probabunt. fors fuat, ut si mihi vita suppetet, aliquid rerum tuarum quod tu etsi lectum non probes, scriptum bom" consules. cumque ego imitatus sim vesaniam Choerili, tu ignoscas magnanimitate Alexandri.

Virgil, Aen. ii. 47b 1. This is usually described as a four- wheeled car. but : :1 was evidently somewhat dangerous. j8 it THE EPISTLES such haste as thy strength and years permit; so that I see thee safe, I see thee soon enough. If after that unlucky drive thy powers are restored, and if thy limbs have now regained their wonted pliancy, if to the Muses' joy thou dost again frequent wellwatered Pimpla, 1 a bard once more and no scorching Automedon, 2 banish the clouds of eld which haunt drowsy greybeard, briskly devour the intervening But be heedful, mounting some chaise or slow let no dog-cart 3 tempt thee, no highpost-horse I counsel thee avoid four-wheeled mettled steed.

Choerilus in his madness, you must pardon me with the generosity of Alexander. These verses then (to use Plautus' word 2 ) will serve " meanwhile as " Foreword to the Fables, wordy and treacherous though they are. Though put together 1 convey my dutiful compliments to you, they have rushed oft' with one accord to offend jour ears. Farewell, and give me your good regard. to Go forth, little book, to Sirmium, and to thy lord and mine bid hearty health and greeting. Thou knowest not, little book, who is that our lord ?

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