attollere

See: elevate
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Huis deus ipse loci fluuio Tiberinus amoeno populeas inter senior se attollere frondes uisus; eum tenuis glauco eulebat amictu carbasus et crines umbrosa tegebat harundo, tum sic adfari et curas his demere dictis: "O sate gente deum, Troianam ex hostibus urbem qui reuehis nobis aeternaque Pergama seruas, exspectate solo Laurenti aruisque Latinis, hic tibi certa domus, certi, ne absiste, Penates; neu belli terrere minis: tumor omnis et irae concessere deum.
Portarum quisquis attollere quaeris honorem, Aurum nec sumptus, operis mirare laborem, Nobile claret opus, sed opus quod nobile claret Clarificet mentes, ut eant per lumina vera Ad verum lumen, ubi Christus janua vera .
I have translated, paraphrased, and condensed Digges's words, although the last sentence is a fairly close translation of the last sentence of Alce: "indubieque alijs stupendum dei Miraculum testificari, quibus non datum est a Terris sursum attollere vultus, vt cunctis denique; innotescant magnalia dei, cui soli omnis lavs, honor, et gloria, exhibeatur in Aeuum.
Illa grauis oculos conata attollere rursus deficit; infixum stridit sub pectore uolnus.
In this connection it is interesting to recall Dido's repeated swooning after she has stabbed herself at the end of Aeneid 4, in particular, lines 688-89: "illa gravis oculos conata attollere rursus / deficit" |She, trying to lift her heavy eyes, swoons again~ (cf.