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Nam simul expletus dapibus, vinoque sepultus Cervicem inflexam posuit, jacuitque per antrum Immensus, saniem eructans, ac frusta cruenta Per somnum commixta mero.
3, 397: "Quaedam sunt nomina, quae significant rem, cuius veritas est in Deo et oppositum in creatura, ut immensus et aetemus; et taha millo modo transferantur, nec secundum rem, nec secundum impositionem.
When Man is running from God in fear, as shown in plate 5, he is exiled in a dry wilderness; at the end of act 2, he exclaims 'Affligit me immensus dolor frigus et calorem et sitim et esuriew euitare non ualeo' [Immense sorrow afflicts me, and I cannot escape cold and heat and thirst and hunger] (f 20v, 35--f 21r, 1).
(71) Ibid., SC 255, 4:4:58-9, 66: "immensus pelagus divinitatis."
Tum uero immensus surgens ferit aurea clamor sidera; deiecta crudescit pugna Camilla.
Barolini, Dante's Poets, 227n43, similarly remarks that in Inferno 31, Dante "follows Statius, who describes Briareus simply as 'immensus' (Thebaid II, 596)."