History of Rome

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[italics]"S. Livy p.532 - Cumis, (adeo minimis etiam rebum prava religio inserit Deos) mures in aede Jovis aurum rosisse 556. 2 vol. Maie says that if we had met the Emperor Julian in private life he would have appeared a very ordinary man The fables of Aesop in Greek. - Boethius consolation of philosophy - how in the reign of Theodoric [underlined] a Christian? [end underlining] gr - Lord Bacon"s works - Gibbon likes Boethius - [end italics] Mary reads Gibbon (100)." [italic text is by PBS, non-italic by MG]

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Notes
Latin quotation is from Livy xxvii.xxxi. 2 and means 'At Cumae (so small are the hapenings in which a debased supersition sees the hand of the Gods), mice gnawed at the gold in the temple of Jupiter'.

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History of Rome

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[italics]"S. Livy p.532 - Cumis, (adeo minimis etiam rebum prava religio inserit Deos) mures in aede Jovis aurum rosisse 556. 2 vol. Maie says that if we had met the Emperor Julian in private life he would have appeared a very ordinary man The fables of Aesop in Greek. - Boethius consolation of philosophy - how in the reign of Theodoric [underlined] a Christian? [end underlining] gr - Lord Bacon"s works - Gibbon likes Boethius - [end italics] Mary reads Gibbon (100)." [italic text is by PBS, non-italic by MG]

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Notes
Latin quotation is from Livy xxvii.xxxi. 2 and means 'At Cumae (so small are the hapenings in which a debased supersition sees the hand of the Gods), mice gnawed at the gold in the temple of Jupiter'.

How to cite this record

You can copy this item for personal use, share it, and post it on a blog or website. It cannot be used commercially without permission. Please ensure the following credit accompanies it:

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http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/65908
Accessed on 2020/09/24 22:20:26

Related place
England
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Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Related text or manuscript
The Journals of Mary Shelley, 1814-1844
Related place
England
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