Thomas Coryate Coryat's crudities

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Coryat's crudities

 
9781236218698: Coryat's crudities

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1905 Excerpt: ...prisci his habitasse feruntur, Servat adhuc sedes signa decusque Patrum. Sed praeter veterum monumenta augusta Parentum Nil prius Aonidum vertice collis habet. Dum licuit cultos hos olim intravimus hortos, Et posthac tempus visere forsan erit. Nunc age, fas magni Vas instar visere montis, Divina structum Palladis arte cadum. Vel Cuppam, vel quo te molem nomine dicam, Seu monstrum, salva te pietate, vocem. Authorem primam si Pallada vasis habemus, (Nam rerum artificem tot posuere Deam.) Tnvideat Bacchus, fiatque injuria Divae, Cum Baccho quid enim mascula Pallas habet? Vitisator Dux acer ades; tibi nostra parentet, Te Musa authorem Dux Casimire canit. Pro charo Princeps dum sceptra Nepote gerebas, Pace Palatinam multiplicante domum. Inter, quae domus alta colit, decora alta Parentum, Qui tantae, optabas, conderet artis opus. Nobilis author, adest, urbs quem Landavia misit, Fine potita suo gloria ponit opus. Ponit opus, decus acre Ducum, non quale priorum, iEtas vel vidit, nulla vel ausa manus. Non, mihi si praestent mirandam Daedalus artem Ipse, Syracusius vel faber ille suam: Immanem molem satis hanc describere possem, Ante suo voluam pondus onusque loco. Clara Rhodos jactet miraclum immane Colossum, Et Laurentiacum Boetica terra suum, Et Batavi currum, qui praevolat ocyor Euro, Quodque fide majus nullo agitatur equo. Quisque suum jactet: par huic tamen esse negamus Dolium, onus, molem, pondus, & artis opus. Laude opus hoc dignum est: oculos cum caetera pascant, Spectaclum ventres hoc satiare potest. Thus finally I shut up the description of this strange Vessell with a certaine admirable thing that I heard reported of it in Frankford, after my departure from Heidelberg, that the same being full of Wine was once drunke out in the space of eight dayes, at...

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Book Description RareBooksClub. Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. 154 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.5in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1905 Excerpt: . . . prisci his habitasse feruntur, Servat adhuc sedes signa decusque Patrum. Sed praeter veterum monumenta augusta Parentum Nil prius Aonidum vertice collis habet. Dum licuit cultos hos olim intravimus hortos, Et posthac tempus visere forsan erit. Nunc age, fas magni Vas instar visere montis, Divina structum Palladis arte cadum. Vel Cuppam, vel quo te molem nomine dicam, Seu monstrum, salva te pietate, vocem. Authorem primam si Pallada vasis habemus, (Nam rerum artificem tot posuere Deam. ) Tnvideat Bacchus, fiatque injuria Divae, Cum Baccho quid enim mascula Pallas habet Vitisator Dux acer ades; tibi nostra parentet, Te Musa authorem Dux Casimire canit. Pro charo Princeps dum sceptra Nepote gerebas, Pace Palatinam multiplicante domum. Inter, quae domus alta colit, decora alta Parentum, Qui tantae, optabas, conderet artis opus. Nobilis author, adest, urbs quem Landavia misit, Fine potita suo gloria ponit opus. Ponit opus, decus acre Ducum, non quale priorum, iEtas vel vidit, nulla vel ausa manus. Non, mihi si praestent mirandam Daedalus artem Ipse, Syracusius vel faber ille suam: Immanem molem satis hanc describere possem, Ante suo voluam pondus onusque loco. Clara Rhodos jactet miraclum immane Colossum, Et Laurentiacum Boetica terra suum, Et Batavi currum, qui praevolat ocyor Euro, Quodque fide majus nullo agitatur equo. Quisque suum jactet: par huic tamen esse negamus Dolium, onus, molem, pondus, and artis opus. Laude opus hoc dignum est: oculos cum caetera pascant, Spectaclum ventres hoc satiare potest. Thus finally I shut up the description of this strange Vessell with a certaine admirable thing that I heard reported of it in Frankford, after my departure from Heidelberg, that the same being full of Wine was once drunke out in the space of eight dayes, at. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 9781236218698

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