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" ... tui. tu quoque, qui spectas post nos, tua contrahe crura, si pudor est, rigido nee preme terga genu ! Sed nimium demissa iacent tibi pallia terra. "
Travels in Sicily, Greece and Albania - Page 100
by Thomas Smart Hughes - 1820 - 532 pages
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Opera, Volume 1

Ovid - 1815
...Circus habet. 20 Tu tamen, à dextrâ quicumque es, parce puellae. Contactu lateris laêditHr ista tui. Tu quoque, qui spectas post nos, tua contrahe crura, Si pudor est, riigido nec preme terga genu. Sed nimiùm demissa jacent tibi pallia terne. vestis eras, iluae tam...
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A Classical and Topographical Tour Through Greece: During the ..., Volume 2

Edward Dodwell - 1819
...to disagreeable accidents and unavoidable disputes, a circumstance to which Ovid* seems to allude, " Tu quoque, qui spectas post nos, tua contrahe crura Si pudor est, rigido nee preme terga genu." The seats are not perfectly horizontal, but incline gently inwards, which was perhaps intended to render...
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A Classical and Topographical Tour Through Greece: During the ..., Volume 2

Edward Dodwell - 1819
...to disagreeable accidents and unavoidable disputes, a circumstance to which Ovid* seems to allude, " Tu quoque, qui spectas post nos, tua contrahe crura Si pudor est, rigido nee preme terga genu." The seats are not perfectly horizontal, but incline gently inwards, which was perhaps intended to render...
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PUBLII OVIDII NASONIS QUE EXTANT OMNIA OPERA

Johan Aug. Amar - 1820
...multi et tres srripti : sed mollior son us , ¡tac in. Виня. Contactu lateris laeditur ista tui. Tu quoque, qui spectas post nos, tua contrahe crura, Si pudor est, rígido ne preme terga genu. Sed nimium demissa jacent tibi pallia terra : 95 Collige ; vel digitis...
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P. Ovidii Nasonis Opera omnia, Volume 1; Volume 39

Ovide - 1821 - 4315 pages
...Circus habet. 20 Tu tarnen, a dextra quicumqne es, parce puellae : Contactu lateris lacditur isla tui. Tu quoque, qui spectas post nos, tua contrahe crura, Si pudor est, rígido nee preme terga «renn. et habena elapsa ex meit manibus codent. Ah quam fere Pelops afflictus...
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P. Ovidii Nasonis opera, Volume 1

Ovid - 1825
...Circus habet. 20 Tu tarnen, a dextra quicumque es, parce pucllae. Contactu lateris laeditur ista tui. Tu quoque, qui spectas post nos, tua contrahe crura, Si pudor est, rígido пес preme terga genu. Sed nimium demissa jacent tibi pallia teme. 25 Collige; vel digitis...
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Description of the Circus on the Via Appia, Near Rome: With Some Account of ...

Richard Burgess - 1828 - 111 pages
...Juvenal, Sat. ii., v. 144. The common people might probably. envy the comfortable seats of the Podium, Tu quoque qui spectas post nos tua contrahe crura...pudor est, rigido nee preme terga genu. Ovid., Amor. Lib. Hi., Eleg. ii., v. 23. _ + Praecinctiones ad altitudines theatrorum pro rata parte faciundse recommenced...
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The Classic and Connoisseur in Italy and Sicily

George William David Evans - 1835
...least two feet and a half in breadth, the stone being a little raised at the back of each row of seats, to accommodate the feet of those who sat upon the...est, rigido nee preme terga genu. — OVID. AMOR. lib. iii. El. 2. Do you, who sit behind, if so it please, Draw back, nor gall us with your rigid knees....
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The Classic and Connoisseur in Italy and Sicily: With an Appendix ..., Volume 2

George William David Evans - 1835
...least two feet and a half in breadth, the stone being a little raised at the back of each row of seats, to accommodate the feet of those who sat upon the...Si pudor est, rigido nee preme terga genu.— OVID. AMOK. lib. iii. £1. 2. Do you, who sit behind, if so it please, Draw back, nor gall us with your rigid...
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The classic and connoisseur in Italy and Sicily, with an appendix ..., Volume 2

George William D. Evans - 1835
...least two feet and a half in breadth, the stone being a little raised at the back of each row of seats, to accommodate the feet of those who sat upon the...qui spectas post nos, tua contrahe crura, Si pudor ett, rigido nee preme terga genu. — OVID. AMOR. lib. iii. El. 2. Do you, who sit behind, if so it...
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