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Exegi monumentum aere perennius regalique situ pyramidum altius, quod non imber edax, non Aquilo inpotens possit diruere aut innumerabilis annorum series et fuga temporum.
For instance, some Latin sources refer to the Western faith (the Latin rite) as "Orthodox." Thus, on 28 October 1364, when Hungarian King Louis I confirmed an older document granted to the Saxons of Brasov (Kronstadt), the sovereign stated that the Bosnian heretics and Patarenes were erring in regard to the "Orthodox" faith (in the sense of "true" or "canonical"), referring, of course, to Catholicism (in regno nostro Bozne innumerabilis multitudo hereticorum et patarinorum pululasset in erorem fidei ortodoxe).
Exegi monumentum aere perennius regalique situ pyramidum altius, quod non imber edax, non Aquilo impotens possit diruere aut innumerabilis annorum series et fuga temporum (31) Sono stati individuati qui due modelli, greci entrambi (32): da un lato Pindaro (33), nella sua orgogliosa dichiarazione di aver eretto un "tesoro" di inni che non sarebbe mai stato leso ne da pioggia ne da vento di tempesta (34); dall'altro Simonide (35), nella sua celebrazione del monumento sepolcrale ai caduti delle Termopili, destinato a non essere scalfito, secondo il poeta, ne da ruggine ne da lunga serie di anni.
Insect Species Family Scientific Name Common name Aleyrodidae Dialeurodes Citrus whitefly citri (Ashmead) * Aphididae Aphis craccivora Cowpea aphid Koch * Aphis vernoniae Thomas Chaitophorus Willow aphid vimincola Hille Ris Lambers Cinara juniperivora Juniper aphid (Wilson) Sanbornia juniperi Pergande Shivaphis celti Das * Asian wooly hackberry aphid Coccidae Ceroplastes Florida wax scale floridensis Neopulvinaria Cottony maple innumerabilis scale (Rathvon) Kermesidae Allokermes sp.
Post modicum vero surgentes aterra, aspeximus lacum magnum, et multitudinem serpentium in eo ignitorum; et ex ipso lacu exierunt voces, et audivimus ululatum et planctum magnum, quasi populi innumerabilis, et de codo vox sonuit, dicens: Locus iste judicii et poenarum est, in quo cruciantur qui Christum negaverunt (33).
Quare si omnis absentium multitudo civium nostrorum, que per universum terrarum orbem varie diffusa est, huic presentium multitudini adiungatur, resultet profecto infinita quedam et innumerabilis multitudo populi, cui nulla penitus civitatum Italicarum in ista quidem parte fuerit comparanda." For the expansionist chauvinism of this work, see Viti, 1992, 395-401.
(42.) Ibid., 78, 1100: "Venerunt clerici catholici per idem tempus et fideles laici de civitate Mediolanensi ad senem patrem, illius terrae referentes miseriam, scilicet per multos retros annos innumerabilis multitudo tam virorum quam mulierem illius civitatis pro timore symonicae heresis nec penitentiam nec comrnunionem ab aliqua sumpserat persona mortali.
The translations have room to breathe on their spacious pages, and--admirably!--on the facing pages stands the eternal Latin: EXEGI MONUMENTUM AERE PERENNIUS REGALIQUE SITU PYRAMIDUM ALTIUS, QUOD NON IMBER EDAX, NON AQUILO IMPOTENS POSSIT DIRUERE ALIT INNUMERABILIS ANNORUM SERIES ET FUGA TEMPORUM.
Exegi monumentum aere perennius regalique situ pyramidum altius, quod non imber edax, non Aquilo impotens ossit diruere aut innumerabilis annorum series et fuga temporum.
[GREEK TEXT OMITTED] the word ouranous must have referred to Anaximander's celestial rings of fire and suggests that in Cicero's Anaximandri autem opinio est nativos esse deos longis intervallis orientis occidentisque, eosque innumerabilis esse mundos the word mundos (= kosmous) is substituted for the original caelos (= ouranous).(35) Now apart from the erroneous character of the assumption that ouranoi must have referred to the rings of the heavenly bodies, it is difficult to believe that these "rings of fire enclosed in opaque mist, from which the fire escapes at the points we see in the sky [the stars, sun, and moon!," could have been counted by Anaximander as gods.
3.30.3-5: quod non imber cdax, non Aquilo inpotens / possit diruere nut innumerabilis / anna-rum series et fuga temporum.