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Carmina Latina

Cum praefatione Valahfridi Stroh

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Michael von Albrecht

Laudat poeta multa loca pulcherrima, quae vidit visitavitque in multis orbis terrarum partibus. Alloquitur autem amicos, inter quos poetas philosophosque antiquos et novos. Quod fit et metris Horatianis et distichis elegiacis. Latine autem scribit, quia omnium gentium homines invitare vult, ut tandem inimicitias armaque deponant pacemque defendant. Ad quod litterae studiaque liberalia plurimum conferunt.

The poet praises many beautiful places he visited all over the world. Among the friends addressed there are poets and philosophers, both ancient and modern. He writes in Latin, wishing to invite human beings from all nations to banish discord and weapons and to defend peace. Liberal studies will contribute much to reach this aim.

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STUDIEN ZUR KLASSISCHEN PHILOLOGIE

Herausgegeben von Michael von Albrecht

Band  1 Ulrike Kettemann: Interpretationen zu Satz und Vers in Ovids erotischem Lehrgedicht. 1979.

Band  2 Walter Kißel: Das Geschichtsbild des Silius Italicus. 1979.

Band  3 Peter Smith: Nursling of Mortality. A Study of the Homeric Hymn to Aphrodite. 1981.

Band  4 Änne Bäumer: Die Bestie Mensch. Senecas Aggressionstheorie, ihre philosophischen Vorstufen und ihre literarischen Auswirkungen. 1982.

Band  5 Christiane Reitz: Die Nekyia in den Punica des Silius Italicus. 1982.

Band  6 Markus Weber: Die mythologische Erzählung in Ovids Liebeskunst. Verankerung, Struktur und Funktion. 1983.

Band  7 Karin Neumeister: Die Überwindung der elegischen Liebe bei Properz. (Buch I - III). 1983.

Band  8 Werner Schubert: Jupiter in den Epen der Flavierzeit. 1984.

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