Authors:Patricia A. Johnston and Attilo Mastrocinque
Perenna in Vergil, Ovid, and Statius – A Curse or A Blessing?
The discovery of the fountain of Anna Perenna in Rome in 1999, and especially the presence there of curse tablets, establishes that she was known as a religious presence in the
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Carna-Cranaë-Cardea is the nymph of the threshold. Ovid ( Fasti 6. 101–182) recalls a myth in which Janus, in exchange for sexual intercourse with her, gave Carna a branch of hawthorn that had the
English equivalents of the biblical texts are based on The New American Bible . New York: Catholic Book Publishing, 1991. 5 The English equivalent of the above text is based on Ovid’s Metamorphoses translated by Ian Johnston ( http
slikari, bakroresci i drugi umjetnici izmislili, nacrtali i urezali u baker / Various engravings to Ovid's Metamorphoses, Virgil's and love poems as well as other similar engravings, invented, designed and engraved by different painters, engravers and
Authors:Ju-O Wang, Tzeng-Ji Chen, Senyeong Kao, Te-Chun Yeh, Li-Fang Chou, and Shung-Tai Ho
Medline and Ovid databases. Other studies analyzed anesthesia publications in specific countries and regions. Li et al. ( 2010a , b ) compared scientific contributions from authors in three major regions—China, Hong Kong and Taiwan in terms of
, 74. Hausmann, F.-R. : Datierte Quattrocento-Handschriften lateinischer Dichter (Tibull, Catull, Properz, Ovid-Epistula Saphus ad Phaonem, Martial, ‘Carmina Priapea’) und ihre Bedeutung für die Erforschung des italienischen Humanismus. In Stache, U