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 Quintus Ennius: Annaler, 15. bog (Loeb)                             # NA1-LUCR.
 384              Malos diffindunt,   fiunt tabulata falaeque               [ ]
 385              occumbunt   multi letum   ferroque lapique                [ ]
 386                aut intra muros   aut extra praecipe casu.              [ ]
 387              arcus subspiciunt   mortalibus  quae perhibentur.         [ ]
 388             sicut fortis equus   spatio qui saepe supremo              [ ]
 389            vicit Olympia, nunc   senio confectus  quiescit.            [ ]!
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 Quintus Ennius: Annaler, 16. bog (Loeb)                                       .
 390           Quippe vetusta virum   non est satis  bella moveri?          [ ]
 391  post aetate pigret subferre laborem.                                    ..
 392              postremo   longinqua dies   quod fregerit aetas.          [ ]
 393               reges per regnum   statuasque sepulchraque quaerunt;     [ ]
 394              aedificant nomen,   summa nituntur opum vi.               [ ]?
 395              aestatem autumnus   sequitur, post acer hiems it.         [ ]
 396      primus  senex   bradys in regimen   belloque peritus.             [ ]
 397           quos ubi rex   Epulo spexit   de cautibus  celsis.           [ ]
 398              montibus obstipis   obstantibus unde oritur nox.          [ ]?
 399               si luci   si nox si mox   si iam data sit frux.          [ ]
 400            nox quando   mediis signis   praecincta volabit.            [ ]
 401  interea fax                                                             ..
 402                occidit oceanum  -que rubra tractim obruit aethra.      [ ]
 403                hic insidiantes   vigilant, partim requiescunt          [ ]
 404              contecti gladiis,   sub scutis ore faventes.              [ ]
 405              'navorum imperium   servare est induperantum.             [ ]
 406             quo res sapsa loco   sese ostentatque iubetque.            [ ]?
 
  
 Quintus Ennius: Annaler, 16. bog (Loeb)
 407               spero, si speres   quicquam prodesse potis sunt.'        [ ]
 408                non in sperando   cupide rem prodere summam.            [ ]
 409             Undique conveniunt   velut imber tela tribuno:             [ ]
 410              configunt parmam,   tinnit hastilibus umbo                [ ]
 411                aerato   sonitu galeae,   sed nec pote quisquam         [1]?
 412                undique nitendo   corpus discerpere ferro;              [ ]
 413              semper abundantes   hastas frangitque quatitque;          [ ]
 414              totum sudor habet   corpus multumque laborat,             [ ]
 415                 nec respirandi   fit copia; praepete ferro             [ ]
 416               Histri tela manu   iacientes sollicitabant.              [1]?
 417            concidit et sonitum   simul insuper arma dederunt.          [ ]
 418  prandere iubet horiturque.                                              ..
 419  rex deinde citatus                                                      ..
 420  convellit sese.                                                         ..
 421               clamor ad caelum   volvendus  per aethera vagit.         [ ]
 422             qui clamos   oppugnantes   vagore volanti.                 [ ]
 423                ingenio   forti dextrum   latus  pertudit hasta.        [ ]
  
  
  
 Quintus Ennius: Annaler, 16. bog (Loeb)
 424              tunc timido manat   ex omni corpore sudor.                [2]
 425  tamen induvolans secum abstulit hasta                                   ..
 426  insigne.                                                                ..
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 Quintus Ennius: Annaler, 17. bog (Loeb)                                       .
 427           Tum cava sub   monte late   specus intus  patebat.           [1]
 428  dux ipse vias.                                                          ..
 429             it eques et plausu   cava concutit ungula terram.          [ ]
 430            concurrunt   veluti venti   quom spiritus Austri            [ ]
 431            imbricitor   Aquiloque suo   cum flamine contra             [ ]
 432              indu mari   magno fluctus   extollere certant.            [ ]
 433             tollitur in caelum   clamor exortus utrimque.              [ ]
 434            noenu decet   mussare bonos   qui facta labore              [ ]
 435  nixi militiae peperere.                                                 ..
 436  neque corpora firma                                                     ..
 437  longiscunt quicquam.                                                    ..
 438             quom soles   eadem facient   longiscere longe.             [ ]
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 Quintus Ennius: Annaler, 18. bog (Loeb)                                       .
 439  degrumare forum.                                                        ..
 440  aere fulva.                                                             ..
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 Quintus Ennius: Annaler, andre vers (Loeb)                                    .
 441                 hortatore bono   prius  quam iam finibus  termo.       [1]?
 442             labitur uncta carina per aequora cana celocis.             [ ]!
 443  quom a carcere fusi                                                     ..
 444              currus cum sonitu   magno permittere certant.             [ ]
 445             quomque gubernator   magna contorsit equos vi.             [ ]
 446             impetus haud longe   mediis regionibus  restat.            [ ]
 447                ingenti   vadit cursu   qua redditus  termo est.        [ ]
 448  patrem divumque hominumque.                                             ..
 449  divumque hominumque pater rex.                                          ..
 450            Iuppiter hic risit,   tempestatesque serenae                [ ]
 451               riserunt   omnes risu   Iovis omnipotentis.              [1]
 452  qui fulmine claro                                                       ..
 453  omnia per sonitus arcet.                                                ..
 454              tum tonuit laevum   bene tempestate serena.               [ ]
 455                exin per terras   postquam celerissimus  rumor.         [ ]
 456                 olli cernebant   magnis de rebus agentes.              [ ]
 457                effudit   voces proprio   cum pectore sancto.           [ ]
 458  'tibi vita                                                              ..
 459  seu mors in mundo est'                                                  ..
  
 Quintus Ennius: Annaler, andre vers (Loeb)
 460  dictis Romanis incutit iram.                                            ..
 461  ausus es hoc ex ore tuo.                                                ..
 462        'quis pater aut   cognatus  volet   vos contra tueri?'          [ ]
 463                  'aversabuntur   semper vos vostraque vulta'           [ ]
 464  animus quom pectore latrat                                              ..
 465  clamore bovantes                                                        ..
 466  pausam fecere fremendi.                                                 ..
 467               moribus antiquis   res stat Romana virisque.             [ ]
 468               septingenti sunt   paulo plus aut minus anni             [ ]!
 469                augusto augurio   postquam incluta condita Roma est.    [ ]
 470                  fortes Romani   sunt tamquam caelus  profundus.       [ ]
 471           'audire est   operae pretium   procedere recte               [ ]
 472                qui rem Romanam   Latiumque augescere vultis.'          [ ]
 473  quem non virtutis egentem.                                              ..
 474           quom nihil horridius   unquam lex ulla iuberet.              [ ]
 475              nobis unde forent   fructus vitaeque propagmen.           [ ]
 476             hos pestis necuit,   pars occidit illa duellis.            [ ]
 477           cum legionibus  quom   proficiscitur induperator.            [ ]!
 
  
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 478          nec metus ulla tenet;   freti virtute quiescunt.              [ ]
 479         'pandite sultis  genas   et corde relinquite somnum.'          [ ]
 480             quom sese exsiccat   somno Romana iuventus.                [ ]
 481  fortunasque suas coepere latrones                                       ..
 482  inter se memorare.                                                      ..
 483  tergus igitur sagus pinguis opertat.                                    ..
 484  unus Surus surum ferre tamen defendere posset.                          ..
 485            qui vicit   non est victor   nisi victus  fatetur.          [ ]
 486          dum quidem  unus homo   Romanus  toga superescit.             [2]?
 487            iam cata signa fere   sonitum dare voce parabant.           [ ]
 488             inde loci   lituus sonitus   effudit acutos.               [ ]
 489            optima cum pulchris   animis Romana iuventus.               [ ]
 490            succincti   gladiis media   regione cracentes.              [ ]
 491  succincti corda machaeris.                                              ..
 492  levesque sequuntur in hastis.                                           ..
 493  incedit veles vulgo sicilibus latis.                                    ..
 494  quae valide veniunt; falarica missa.                                    ..
 495               pila retunduntur   venientibus obvia pilis               [ ]
 496  teloque trabali.                                                        ..
 497  runata recedit.                                                         ..
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 498  spiras legionibus nexit.                                                ..
 499         quomque caput caderet,   carmen tuba sola peregit              [ ]
 500               et pereunte viro   raucus sonus aere cucurrit.           [ ]
 501              oscitat in campis   caput a cervice revulsum              [ ]
 502           semianimesque micant   oculi lucemque requirunt.             [1]
 503  stant pulvere campi.                                                    ..
 504  'nam me gravis impetus Orci                                             ..
 505  percutit in latus.'                                                     ..
 506  euax! aquast aspersa Latinis.                                           ..
 507  hic pede pes premitur, armisque teruntur                                ..
 508  arma viro vir.                                                          ..
 509  hic tum nostri cessere parumper.                                        ..
 510  'quo tam temere itis?'                                                  ..
 511          decretum est stare et   fossari corpora telis.                [ ]
 512  taetros elephantos.                                                     ..
 513  it nigrum campis agmen.                                                 ..
 514  viresque valentes                                                       ..
 515  contudit crudelis hiems.                                                ..
 516  tanto sublatae sunt agmine tunc lapides.                                ..
 
  
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 517             Et tum sicut equus   qui de praesepibus  fartus            [ ]
 518           vincla suis   magnis animis   abrupit et inde                [ ]
 519                fert sese campi   per caerula laetaque prata            [ ]?
 520             celso pectore; saepe iubam quassat simul altam;            [ ]!
 521              spiritus ex anima   calida spumas agit albas.             [1]?
 522  it equitatus uti celerissimus.                                          ..
 523  heia machaeras!                                                         ..
 524           deque totondit agros   laetos atque oppida cepit.            [ ]
 525  'quianam legiones caedimus ferro?'                                      ..
 526                proletarius  publicitus scutisque feroque               [ ]!
 527                 ornatur ferro,   muros urbemque forumque               [ ]
 528  excubiis curant.                                                        ..
 529            atque atque accedit   muros Romana iuventus.                [ ]
 530                aut permarceret   paries percussa trifaci               [ ]
 531             cum magno strepitu   Volcanum ventus  vegebat.             [ ]
 532           flamma loci postquam   concussa est turbine saevo.           [ ]
  
  
  
  
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 533               multa foro ponit   et (?)agea longa repletur.            [u]?
 534  ratibusque fremebat                                                     ..
 535  imber Neptuni.                                                          ..
 536  fluctusque natantes.                                                    ..
 537     'haud temere est   quod tu tristi   cum corde gubernas.'           [ ]
 538           'dum clavum   rectum teneam   navemque gubernem.'            [ ]
 539               tonsillas apiunt   configunt litus aduncas.              [ ]
 540              navibus explebant   sese terrasque replebant.             [ ]
 541               atque manu magna   Romanos inpulit amnis.                [ ]?
 542             Brundisium pulchro   praecinctum praepete portu.           [ ]
 543  Bruttace bilingui.                                                      ..
 544  inde Parum ululabant.                                                   ..
 545            huic statuam statui   maiorum obatus Athenis.               [ ]?
 546               Europam   Libyamque rapax   ubi dividit unda.            [ ]
 547           non si, lingua loqui   saperet quibus ora decem sint,        [ ]
 548             innumerum,   ferro cor sit   pectusque revinctum.          [ ]
 549                 omnes mortales   sese laudarier optant.                [ ]
 550  irarum effunde quadrigas.                                               ..
 
  
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 551              contempsit fontes   quibus exerugit aquae vis.            [ ]
 552  vertunt crateras ahenos.                                                ..
 553          sicuti si quis  ferat   vas vini dimidiatum.                  [ ]?
 554  quom illud 'quo iam semel est imbuta veneno'.                           ..
 555              sed sola terrarum   postquam permensa parumper.           [ ]
 556  iamque fere quattuor partum.                                            ..
 557             vix solum   complere cohum   terroribus  caeli.            [ ]
 558                 inde patefecit   radiis rota candida caelum.           [2]
 559             interea   fugit albus  iubar   Hyperionis  cursum.         [ ]
 560  funduntque elatis naribus lucem.                                        ..
 561  furentibus ventis.                                                      ..
 562  vestro sine nomine, venti.                                              ..
 563            perque fabam repunt   et mollia crura reponunt.             [ ]
 564  terrai frugiferai.                                                      ..
 565  capitibus nutantes pinos rectosque cupressos.                           ..
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 Titus Lucretius Carus: Om verdens natur, 1. bog (Oxford C.T.)                 .
   1             Aeneadum genetrix,   hominum divumque voluptas,            [ ]
   2            alma Venus,   caeli subter   labentia signa                 [ ]
   3           quae mare navigerum,   quae terras frugiferentis             [ ]
   4          concelebras,   per te quoniam   genus omne animantum          [ ]
   5               concipitur visit  -que exortum lumina solis:             [ ]
   6          te, dea, te   fugiunt venti,   te nubila caeli                [ ]?
   7              adventumque tuum,   tibi suavis daedala tellus            [ ]
   8              summittit flores,   tibi rident aequora ponti             [ ]
   9              placatumque nitet   diffuso lumine caelum.                [ ]?
  10           nam simul ac species   patefactast verna diei                [ ]
  11              et reserata viget   genitabilis aura favoni,              [ ]
  12                aëriae   primum volucres   te, diva, tuumque            [ ]
  13             significant initum   perculsae corda tua vi.               [ ]
  14             inde ferae pecudes   persultant pabula laeta               [ ]
  15           et rapidos   tranant amnis:   ita capta lepore               [ ]
 
  
 Titus Lucretius Carus: Om verdens natur, 1. bog (Oxford C.T.)
  16             te sequitur cupide   quo quamque inducere pergis.          [1]
  17           denique per maria ac   montis fluviosque rapaces             [ ]
  18           frondiferasque domos   avium camposque virentis              [ ]
  19              omnibus incutiens   blandum per pectora amorem            [ ]
  20              efficis ut cupide   generatim saecla propagent.           [ ]
  21             quae quoniam rerum   naturam sola gubernas                 [ ]
  22         nec sine te   quicquam dias   in luminis oras                  [ ]
  23           exoritur   neque fit laetum   neque amabile quicquam,        [ ]
  24               te sociam studeo   scribendis versibus esse              [ ]?
  25              quos ego de rerum   natura pangere conor                  [2]?
  26            Memmiadae   nostro, quem tu,   dea, tempore in omni         [ ]
  27                omnibus ornatum   voluisti excellere rebus.             [ ]
  28             quo magis aeternum   da dictis, diva, leporem.             [ ]
  29              effice ut interea   fera moenera militiai                 [ ]
  30          per maria ac   terras omnis   sopita quiescant.               [ ]
  31              nam tu sola potes   tranquilla pace iuvare                [1]
  32            mortalis,   quoniam belli   fera moenera Mavors             [ ]
  33         armipotens   regit, in gremium   qui saepe tuum se             [ ]
  
  
 Titus Lucretius Carus: Om verdens natur, 1. bog (Oxford C.T.)
  34                 reicit aeterno   devictus vulnere amoris,              [ ]?
  35           atque ita suspiciens   tereti cervice reposta                [ ]
  36            pascit amore avidos   inhians in te, dea, visus,            [ ]
  37                eque tuo pendet   resupini spiritus ore.                [2]
  38             hunc tu, diva, tuo   recubantem corpore sancto             [ ]?
  39              circumfusa super,   suavis ex ore loquelas                [ ]
  40          funde petens placidam   Romanis, incluta, pacem.              [ ]?
  41        nam neque nos agere hoc   patriai tempore iniquo                [2]
  42           possumus aequo animo   nec Memmi clara propago               [ ]
  43               talibus in rebus   communi desse saluti.                 [ ]?
  50        quod superest,   vacuas auris   (animumque sagacem)             [ ]
  51              semotum a   curis adhibe   veram ad rationem,             [1]?
  52               ne mea dona tibi   studio disposta fideli,               [ ]
  53               intellecta prius   quam sint, contempta relinquas.       [ ]
  54            nam tibi de   summa caeli   ratione deumque                 [ ]
  55          disserere incipiam et   rerum primordia pandam,               [ ]
 
  
 Titus Lucretius Carus: Om verdens natur, 1. bog (Oxford C.T.)
  56              unde omnis   natura creet   res auctet alatque            [ ]
  57             quove eadem rursum   natura perempta resolvat,             [2]
  58           quae nos materiem et   genitalia corpora rebus               [ ]
  59              reddunda in ratione vocare et semina rerum                [ ]!
  60                  appellare suemus et haec eadem usurpare               [ ]!
  61         corpora prima, quod ex   illis sunt omnia primis.              [ ]
  62             Humana ante oculos   foede cum vita iaceret                [ ]
  63             in terris   oppressa gravi   sub religione                 [ ]
  64             quae caput a caeli   regionibus ostendebat                 [ ]
  65           horribili   super aspectu   mortalibus instans,              [ ]
  66             primum Graius homo   mortalis tollere contra               [ ]
  67               est oculos ausus   primusque obsistere contra,           [ ]
  68           quem neque fama deum   nec fulmina nec minitanti             [ ]
  69             murmure compressit   caelum, sed eo magis acrem            [ ]
  70                  irritat animi   virtutem, effringere ut arta          [1]
  71                 naturae primus   portarum claustra cupiret.            [ ]
  
  
  
  
 Titus Lucretius Carus: Om verdens natur, 1. bog (Oxford C.T.)
  72                ergo vivida vis   animi pervicit, et extra              [1]!
  73                processit longe   flammantia moenia mundi               [ ]
  74            atque omne immensum   peragravit mente animoque,            [ ]
  75            unde refert   nobis victor   quid possit oriri,             [ ]
  76             quid nequeat, finita potestas denique cuique               [u]!
  77               quanam sit ratione atque alte terminus haerens.          [ ]!
  78                  quare religio   pedibus subiecta vicissim             [ ]?
  79            obteritur,   nos exaequat   victoria caelo.                 [ ]
  80           Illud in his   rebus vereor,   ne forte rearis               [ ]
  81                 impia te rationis inire elementa viamque               [ ]!
  82            indugredi sceleris.   quod contra saepius illa              [ ]
  83                religio peperit   scelerosa atque impia facta.          [ ]
  84               Aulide quo pacto   Triviai virginis aram                 [2]?
  85                    Iphianassai   turparunt sanguine foede              [ ]
  86                ductores Danaum   delecti, prima virorum.               [ ]
  87           cui simul infula virgineos circumdata comptus                [ ]!
 
  
 Titus Lucretius Carus: Om verdens natur, 1. bog (Oxford C.T.)
  88                ex utraque pari   malarum parte profusast,              [ ]?
  89          et maestum   simul ante aras   adstare parentem               [ ]
  90       sensit et hunc   propter ferrum   celare ministros               [ ]
  91                 aspectuque suo   lacrimas effundere civis,             [ ]
  92             muta metu   terram genibus   summissa petebat.             [ ]
  93             nec miserae prodesse in tali tempore quibat                [2]!
  94           quod patrio princeps   donarat nomine regem.                 [ ]
  95              nam sublata virum   manibus tremebundaque ad aras         [ ]
  96              deductast, non ut   sollemni more sacrorum                [ ]
  97              perfecto   posset claro   comitari Hymenaeo,              [1]
  98              sed casta inceste   nubendi tempore in ipso               [ ]
  99              hostia concideret   mactatu maesta parentis,              [ ]?
 100               exitus ut classi   felix faustusque daretur.             [1]
 101                 tantum religio   potuit suadere malorum.               [ ]
 102                Tutemet a nobis   iam quovis tempore vatum              [2]
 103           terriloquis   victus dictis   desciscere quaeres.            [ ]
 104       quippe etenim   quam multa tibi   iam fingere possunt            [ ]
 105              somnia quae vitae   rationes vertere possint              [ ]
  
  
 Titus Lucretius Carus: Om verdens natur, 1. bog (Oxford C.T.)
 106               fortunasque tuas   omnis turbare timore!                 [ ]
 107            et merito.   nam si certam   finem esse viderent            [ ]
 108            aerumnarum homines,   aliqua ratione valerent               [ ]
 109                religionibus at  -que minis obsistere vatum.            [ ]!
 110           nunc ratio nulla est   restandi, nulla facultas,             [ ]
 111             aeternas   quoniam poenas   in morte timendumst.           [ ]
 112                 ignoratur enim   quae sit natura animai,               [1]
 113             nata sit an contra   nascentibus insinuetur,               [ ]
 114              et simul intereat   nobiscum morte dirempta               [ ]
 115             an tenebras   Orci visat   vastasque lacunas               [ ]?
 116               an pecudes alias   divinitus insinuet se,                [1]
 117               Ennius ut noster   cecinit qui primus amoeno             [ ]
 118              detulit ex Helicone perenni fronde coronam,               [ ]!
 119            per gentis   Italas hominum   quae clara clueret;           [ ]
 120                 etsi praeterea   tamen esse Acherusia templa           [ ]
 121                Ennius aeternis   exponit versibus edens,               [ ]
 122           quo neque permaneant   animae neque corpora nostra,          [ ]
 123           sed quaedam   simulacra modis   pallentia miris;             [ ]
 
  
 Titus Lucretius Carus: Om verdens natur, 1. bog (Oxford C.T.)
 124              unde sibi exortam   semper florentis Homeri               [ ]
 125           commemorat   speciem lacrimas   effundere salsas             [ ]
 126              coepisse et rerum   naturam expandere dictis.             [ ]
 127          quapropter   bene cum superis   de rebus habenda              [ ]
 128               nobis est ratio,   solis lunaeque meatus                 [ ]
 129              qua fiant   ratione, et qua   vi quaeque gerantur         [u]!
 130          in terris,   tunc cum primis   ratione sagaci                 [ ]
 131         unde anima atque animi   constet natura videndum,              [ ]
 132              et quae res nobis   vigilantibus obvia mentis             [ ]
 133          terrificet   morbo adfectis   somnoque sepultis,              [ ]
 134            cernere uti   videamur eos   audireque coram,               [ ]
 135           morte obita   quorum tellus   amplectitur ossa.              [2]
 136            Nec me animi fallit   Graiorum obscura reperta              [ ]
 137             difficile inlustrare Latinis versibus esse,                [ ]!
 138             multa novis verbis   praesertim cum sit agendum            [ ]
 139              propter egestatem   linguae et rerum novitatem;           [ ]
 140              sed tua me virtus   tamen et sperata voluptas             [ ]
 141               suavis amicitiae   quemvis efferre laborem               [ ]
  
  
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 142              suadet et inducit   noctes vigilare serenas               [ ]
 143            quaerentem   dictis quibus et   quo carmine demum           [ ]
 144              clara tuae possim   praepandere lumina menti,             [ ]
 145            res quibus occultas   penitus convisere possis.             [ ]
 146            Hunc igitur   terrorem animi   tenebrasque necessest        [ ]
 147                non radii solis   neque lucida tela diei                [2]
 148           discutiant,   sed naturae   species ratioque.                [ ]
 149        principium   cujus hinc nobis   exordia sumet,                  [ ]
 150              nullam rem e nilo   gigni divinitus umquam.               [ ]
 151             quippe ita formido   mortalis continet omnis,              [ ]
 152         quod multa in   terris fieri   caeloque tuentur                [ ]
 153         quorum operum   causas nulla   ratione videre                  [ ]
 154               possunt ac fieri   divino numine rentur.                 [ ]?
 155           quas ob res   ubi viderimus   nil posse creari               [ ]
 156            de nilo,   tum quod sequimur   iam rectius inde             [1]
 157            perspiciemus, et unde queat res quaeque creari              [ ]!
 
  
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 158            et quo quaeque modo   fiant opera sine divum.               [u]
 159               Nam si de   nilo fierent,   ex omnibus  rebus            [ ]?
 160             omne genus   nasci posset,   nil semine egeret.            [ ]
 161         e mare primum homines,   e terra posset oriri                  [ ]?
 162         squamigerum   genus et volucres   erumpere caelo;              [1]
 163            armenta atque aliae   pecudes, genus omne ferarum,          [ ]
 164                incerto   partu culta ac   deserta tenerent.            [ ]
 165          nec fructus   idem arboribus   constare solerent,             [ ]
 166                sed mutarentur,   ferre omnes omnia possent.            [ ]
 167          quippe ubi non essent   genitalia corpora cuique,             [ ]
 168             qui posset   mater rebus   consistere certa?               [ ]
 169              at nunc seminibus   quia certis quaeque creantur,         [ ]
 170              inde enascitur at  -que oras in luminis exit,             [ ]!
 171             materies ubi inest   cuiusque et corpora prima;            [ ]
 172          atque hac re nequeunt   ex omnibus omnia gigni,               [ ]
 173            quod certis   in rebus inest   secreta facultas.            [ ]
 174             praeterea   cur vere rosam,   frumenta calore,             [ ]
 175                  vitis autumno   fundi suadente videmus,               [ ]
  
  
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 176              si non, certa suo   quia tempore semina rerum             [ ]
 177              cum confluxerunt,   patefit quodcumque creatur,           [ ]
 178                dum tempestates   adsunt et vivida tellus               [ ]
 179               tuto res teneras   effert in luminis oras?               [ ]
 180              quod si de   nilo fierent,   subito exorerentur           [ ]?
 181              incerto spatio at  -que alienis partibus anni,            [ ]
 182        quippe ubi nulla forent   primordia quae genitali               [ ]
 183               concilio possent   arceri tempore iniquo.                [ ]?
 184             nec porro augendis   rebus spatio foret usus               [ ]
 185             seminis ad coitum,   si e nilo crescere possent.           [ ]
 186          nam fierent   iuvenes subito ex   infantibus  parvis          [ ]
 187                e terraque exorta repente arbusta salirent.             [ ]!
 188               quorum nil fieri   manifestum est, omnia quando          [ ]
 189             paulatim crescunt,   ut par est, semine certo              [ ]
 190            crescentesque genus   servant; ut noscere possis            [ ]
 191            quidque sua   de materia   grandescere alique.              [ ]?
 192                huc accedit uti   sine certis imbribus anni             [ ]
 193           laetificos   nequeat fetus   summittere tellus               [ ]
 
  
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 194              nec porro   secreta cibo   natura animantum               [2]?
 195                propagare genus   possit vitamque tueri;                [1]
 196               ut potius multis   communia corpora rebus                [ ]
 197         multa putes   esse, ut verbis   elementa videmus,              [ ]
 198           quam sine principiis   ullam rem exsistere posse.            [ ]
 199            denique cur homines   tantos natura parare                  [ ]
 200            non potuit, pedibus   qui pontum per vada possent           [ ]
 201           transire et   magnos manibus   divellere montis              [ ]
 202               multaque vivendo   vitalia vincere saecla,               [ ]?
 203               si non, materies   quia rebus reddita certast            [ ]
 204              gignundis   e qua constat   quid possit oriri?            [ ]
 205               nil igitur fieri   de nilo posse fatendumst,             [ ]?
 206         semine quando opus est   rebus quo quaeque creatae             [ ]
 207               aëris in teneras   possint proferrier auras.             [ ]
 208          postremo   quoniam incultis   praestare videmus               [ ]?
 209          culta loca et manibus   meliores reddere fetus,               [ ]
 210              esse videlicet in   terris primordia rerum                [ ]!
 211              quae nos fecundas   vertentes vomere glebas               [ ]
  
  
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 212                terraique solum   subigentes cimus ad ortus.            [u]
 213          quod si nulla forent,   nostro sine quaeque labore            [ ]
 214             sponte sua   multo fieri   meliora videres.                [ ]
 215                Huc accedit uti   quidque in sua corpora rursum         [ ]
 216               dissoluat   natura neque ad   nilum interimat res.       [2]
 217              nam si quid mortale e cunctis partibus esset,             [ ]!
 218             ex oculis res quae  -que repente erepta periret.           [ ]
 219             nulla vi   foret usus enim   quae partibus eius            [u]!
 220          discidium   parere et nexus   exsolvere posset.               [ ]
 221             quod nunc, aeterno   quia constant semine quaeque,         [ ]
 222                donec vis obiit   quae res diverberet ictu              [ ]
 223             aut intus penetret   per inania dissoluatque               [ ]
 224                nullius exitium   patitur natura videri.                [ ]
 225              praeterea quaecum  -que vetustate amovet aetas,           [ ]
 226             si penitus perimit   consumens materiem omnem,             [ ]
 227             unde animale genus   generatim in lumina vitae             [ ]
 228            redducit Venus, aut   redductum daedala tellus              [ ]
 229          unde alit atque auget   generatim pabula praebens?            [ ]
 
  
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 230              unde mare ingenui   fontes externaque longe               [ ]
 231           flumina suppeditant?   unde aether sidera pascit?            [ ]
 232              omnia enim debet,   mortali corpore quae sunt,            [ ]?
 233                 infinita aetas   consumpse anteacta diesque.           [ ]
 234        quod si in eo spatio at  -que anteacta aetate fuere             [ ]
 235            e quibus haec rerum   consistit summa refecta,              [ ]
 236                 immortali sunt   natura praedita certe;                [ ]
 237            haud igitur possunt   ad nilum quaeque reverti.             [ ]
 238              denique res omnis   eadem vis causaque vulgo              [ ]
 239          conficeret,   nisi materies   aeterna teneret,                [ ]
 240                  inter se nexu   minus aut magis indupedita.           [ ]
 241               tactus enim leti   satis esset causa profecto,           [ ]?
 242        quippe ubi nulla forent   aeterno corpore quorum                [ ]
 243             contextum   vis deberet   dissolvere quaeque.              [ ]
 244              at nunc, inter se   quia nexus principiorum               [ ]!
 245            dissimiles constant   aeternaque materies est,              [ ]
 246              incolumi remanent   res corpore, dum satis acris          [ ]
 247            vis obeat   pro textura   cuiusque reperta.                 [ ]
  
  
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 248         haud igitur   redit ad nilum   res ulla, sed omnes             [ ]
 249               discidio redeunt   in corpora materiai.                  [ ]
 250             postremo   pereunt imbres,   ubi eos pater aether          [ ]
 251              in gremium matris   terrai praecipitavit;                 [ ]?
 252           at nitidae   surgunt fruges   ramique virescunt              [ ]
 253          arboribus,   crescunt ipsae   fetuque gravantur;              [ ]
 254            hinc alitur   porro nostrum   genus atque ferarum,          [ ]
 255            hinc laetas   urbis pueris   florere videmus                [ ]
 256           frondiferasque novis   avibus canere undique silvas;         [ ]
 257          hinc fessae   pecudes pingui   per pabula laeta               [ ]
 258               corpora deponunt   et candens lacteus umor               [2]
 259                 uberibus manat   distentis; hinc nova proles           [ ]
 260               artubus infirmis   teneras lasciva per herbas            [ ]
 261               ludit lacte mero   mentis perculsa novellas.             [ ]
 262          haud igitur   penitus pereunt   quaecumque videntur,          [ ]
 263          quando alid ex   alio reficit   natura nec ullam              [ ]
 264              rem gigni patitur   nisi morte adiuta aliena.             [ ]
 265        Nunc age, res   quoniam docui   non posse creari                [ ]
 
  
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 266           de nilo   neque item genitas   ad nil revocari,              [1]
 267              nequa forte tamen   coeptes diffidere dictis,             [ ]
 268         quod nequeunt   oculis rerum   primordia cerni,                [ ]
 269               accipe praeterea   quae corpora tute necessest           [ ]
 270             confiteare esse in   rebus nec posse videri.               [ ]
 271                principio venti   vis verberat incita pontum            [ ]
 272               ingentisque ruit   navis et nubila differt,              [ ]
 273                interdum rapido   percurrens turbine campos             [ ]
 274             arboribus   magnis sternit   montisque supremos            [ ]
 275            silvifragis   vexat flabris:   ita perfurit acri            [1]
 276             cum fremitu saevit  -que minaci murmure ventus.            [2]
 277              sunt igitur venti   nimirum corpora caeca                 [ ]?
 278        quae mare, quae terras,   quae denique nubila caeli             [ ]
 279              verrunt ac subito   vexantia turbine raptant,             [ ]
 280             nec ratione fluunt   alia stragemque propagant             [ ]
 281            et cum mollis aquae   fertur natura repente                 [ ]
 282             flumine abundanti,   quam largis imbribus auget            [ ]
 283              montibus ex altis   magnus decursus aquai                 [ ]
  
  
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 284             fragmina coniciens   silvarum arbustaque tota,             [ ]
 285           nec validi   possunt pontes   venientis aquai                [ ]
 286             vim subitam tolerare: ita magno turbidus imbri             [ ]!
 287               molibus incurrit   validis cum viribus amnis.            [ ]
 288             dat sonitu   magno stragem   volvitque sub undis           [ ]?
 289              grandia saxa ruit   qua quidquid fluctibus obstat.        [ ]
 290            sic igitur   debent venti   quoque flamina ferri,           [ ]
 291            quae veluti validum   cum flumen procubuere                 [ ]
 292           quamlibet in partem,   trudunt res ante ruuntque             [ ]
 293             impetibus crebris,   interdum vertice torto                [ ]
 294              corripiunt rapide  -que rotanti turbine portant.          [ ]
 295        quare etiam atque etiam   sunt venti corpora caeca,             [ ]
 296            quandoquidem factis   et moribus aemula magnis              [ ]
 297               amnibus inveniuntur, aperto corpore qui sunt.            [ ]!
 298             tum porro   varios rerum   sentimus odores                 [ ]
 299             nec tamen ad naris   venientis cernimus umquam,            [ ]
 300           nec calidos   aestus tuimur   nec frigora quimus             [ ]
 301                usurpare oculis   nec voces cernere suemus;             [ ]
 
  
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 302           quae tamen omnia corporea constare necessest                 [ ]!
 303              natura,   quoniam sensus   impellere possunt.             [ ]
 304         tangere enim et tangi,   nisi corpus, nulla potest res.        [ ]
 305            denique fluctifrago   suspensae in litore vestes            [ ]
 306               uvescunt, eaedem   dispansae in sole serescunt.          [ ]
 307             at neque quo pacto   persederit umor aquai                 [ ]
 308             visumst nec rursum   quo pacto fugerit aestu.              [ ]
 309             in parvas   igitur partis   dispergitur umor               [ ]
 310             quas oculi   nulla possunt   ratione videre.               [ ]
 311            quin etiam   multis solis   redeuntibus annis               [ ]
 312               anulus in digito   subter tenuatur habendo,              [ ]
 313                stilidici casus   lapidem cavat, uncus aratri           [1]
 314                ferreus occulte   decrescit vomer in arvis,             [ ]?
 315            strataque iam vulgi   pedibus detrita viarum                [ ]
 316             saxea conspicimus;   tum portas propter aëna               [ ]
 317            signa manus dextras   ostendunt attenuari                   [ ]
 318               saepe salutantum   tactu praeterque meantum.             [ ]
 319             haec igitur minui,   cum sint detrita, videmus.            [ ]
  
  
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 320            sed quae corpora decedant in tempore quoque,                [u]!
 321              invida praeclusit   speciem natura videndi.               [ ]
 322             postremo   quaecumque dies   naturaque rebus               [ ]
 323              paulatim tribuit,   moderatim crescere cogens,            [ ]
 324           nulla potest   oculorum acies   contenta tueri,              [ ]
 325            nec porro   quaecumque aevo   macieque senescunt;           [ ]
 326      nec, mare quae impendent,   vesco sale saxa peresa                [ ]
 327           quid quoque amittant   in tempore cernere possis.            [ ]?
 328            corporibus   caecis igitur   natura gerit res.              [ ]
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 329          Nec tamen undique corporea stipata tenentur                   [ ]!
 330                  omnia natura;   namque est in rebus inane.            [ ]
 331          quod tibi cognosse in   multis erit utile rebus               [ ]
 332             nec sinet errantem   dubitare et quaerere semper           [ ]
 333            de summa   rerum et nostris   diffidere dictis.             [ ]
 334           quapropter locus est   intactus inane vacansque.             [ ]
 335             quod si non esset,   nulla ratione moveri                  [ ]?
 336       res possent;   namque officium   quod corporis exstat,           [ ]
 337           officere atque obstare, id in omni tempore adesset           [ ]!
 
  
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 338           omnibus; haud igitur   quicquam procedere posset,            [ ]
 339             principium quoniam   cedendi nulla daret res.              [ ]
 340         at nunc per   maria ac terras   sublimaque caeli               [ ]
 341           multa modis   multis varia   ratione moveri                  [ ]
 342          cernimus ante oculos,   quae, si non esset inane,             [ ]?
 343              non tam sollicito   motu privata carerent                 [ ]?
 344              nam genita omnino   nulla ratione fuissent,               [ ]?
 345               undique materies   quoniam stipata quiesset.             [ ]
 346            praeterea   quamvis solidae   res esse putentur,            [ ]
 347          hinc tamen esse licet   raro cum corpore cernas.              [ ]
 348              in saxis   ac speluncis   permanat aquarum                [ ]
 349             liquidus umor et uberibus flent omnia guttis.              [ ]!
 350             dissipat in corpus   sese cibus omne animantum.            [1]
 351            crescunt arbusta et   fetus in tempore fundunt,             [ ]
 352          quod cibus in   totas usque ab   radicibus imis               [ ]
 353           per truncos   ac per ramos   diffunditur omnis.              [ ]
 354             inter saepta meant   voces et clausa domorum               [ ]
 355         transvolitant, rigidum   permanat frigus ad ossa,              [ ]
  
  
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 356        quod, nisi inania sint,   qua possent corpora quaeque           [ ]
 357          transire, haud   ulla fieri   ratione videres.                [ ]
 358            denique cur   alias aliis   praestare videmus               [ ]
 359            pondere res   rebus nilo   maiore figura?                   [ ]?
 360             nam si tantundemst   in lanae glomere quantum              [ ]
 361        corporis in plumbo est,   tantundem pendere par est,            [ ]
 362            corporis officiumst   quoniam premere omnia deorsum,        [ ]
 363            contra autem   natura manet   sine pondere inanis.          [2]
 364             ergo quod magnumst   aeque leviusque videtur,              [ ]
 365              nimirum   plus esse sibi   declarat inanis;               [ ]?
 366            at contra   gravius plus in   se corporis esse              [ ]
 367               dedicat et multo   vacui minus intus habere.             [ ]
 368              est igitur   nimirum id quod   ratione sagaci             [ ]
 369            quaerimus, admixtum   rebus, quod inane vocamus.            [ ]
 370             Illud in his rebus   ne te deducere vero                   [ ]?
 371            possit, quod quidam   fingunt, praecurrere cogor.           [ ]
 372             cedere squamigeris   latices nitentibus aiunt              [ ]
 373            et liquidas   aperire vias,   quia post loca pisces         [ ]
 
  
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 374          linquant, quo possint   cedentes confluere undae.             [ ]
 375         sic alias   quoque res inter   se posse moveri                 [ ]
 376               et mutare locum,   quamvis sint omnia plena.             [1]
 377              scilicet id falsa   totum ratione receptumst.             [1]
 378             nam quo squamigeri   poterunt procedere tandem,            [1]?
 379          ni spatium   dederint latices?   concedere porro              [ ]
 380            quo poterunt undae,   cum pisces ire nequibunt?             [ ]
 381                aut igitur motu   privandumst corpora quaeque           [ ]?
 382              aut esse admixtum   dicendumst rebus inane                [ ]
 383           unde initum   primum capiat   res quaeque movendi.           [ ]
 384                postremo duo de   concursu corpora lata                 [ ]
 385            si cita dissiliant,   nempe aër omne necessest,             [ ]?
 386             inter corpora quod   fiat, possidat inane.                 [ ]!
 387             is porro   quamvis circum   celerantibus auris             [ ]
 388         confluat, haud poterit   tamen uno tempore totum               [2]
 389              compleri spatium;   nam primum quemque necessest          [ ]
 390            occupet ille locum,   deinde omnia possideantur.            [ ]
 391         quod si forte aliquis,   cum corpora dissiluere,               [ ]
  
  
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 392             tum putat id fieri   quia se condenseat aër,               [ ]
 393              errat; nam vacuum   tum fit quod non fuit ante            [ ]
 394               et repletur item   vacuum quod constitit ante,           [ ]
 395               nec tali   ratione potest   denserier aër,               [2]?
 396            nec, si iam posset,   sine inani posset, opinor,            [2]
 397        ipse in se   trahere et partis   conducere in unum.             [ ]
 398            Quapropter, quamvis   causando multa noreris,               [ ]
 399              esse in rebus inane tamen fateare necessest.              [ ]!
 400             multaque praeterea   tibi possum commemorando              [ ]
 401                argumenta fidem   dictis corradere nostris.             [ ]
 402         verum animo satis haec   vestigia parva sagaci                 [ ]
 403           sunt per quae possis   cognoscere cetera tute.               [ ]
 404          namque canes   ut montivagae   persaepe ferarum               [ ]
 405              naribus inveniunt   intectas fronde quietes,              [ ]
 406          cum semel institerunt   vestigia certa viai,                  [ ]
 
  
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 407               sic alid ex alio   per te tute ipse videre               [ ]?
 408               talibus in rebus   poteris caecasque latebras            [ ]
 409                insinuare omnis   et verum protrahere inde.             [ ]
 410               quod si pigraris   paulumve recesseris ab re,            [ ]
 411            hoc tibi de   plano possum   promittere, Memmi:             [2]
 412            usque adeo   largos haustus   e fontibus  magnis            [ ]?
 413            lingua meo   suavis diti   de pectore fundet,               [ ]?
 414             ut verear   ne tarda prius   per membra senectus           [ ]
 415             serpat et in nobis   vitai claustra resolvat,              [ ]?
 416          quam tibi de   quavis una   re versibus omnis                 [2]?
 417                   argumentorum   sit copia missa per auris.            [ ]
 418          Sed nunc ut   repetam coeptum   pertexere dictis,             [ ]
 419         omnis, ut est   igitur per se,   natura duabus                 [ ]?
 420            constitit in rebus;   nam corpora sunt et inane,            [ ]
 421        haec in quo   sita sunt et qua   diversa moventur.              [2]
 422             corpus enim per se   communis dedicat esse                 [ ]
 423         sensus; cui   nisi prima fides   fundata valebit,              [ ]
 424             haud erit occultis   de rebus quo referentes               [ ]
  
  
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 425               confirmare animi   quicquam ratione queamus.             [ ]
 426           tum porro   locus ac spatium,   quod inane vocamus,          [ ]
 427        si nullum   foret, haud usquam   sita corpora possent           [ ]
 428              esse neque omnino   quoquam diversa meare;                [ ]?
 429             id quod iam supera   tibi paulo ostendimus ante.           [ ]
 430              praeterea nil est   quod possis dicere ab omni            [ ]
 431              corpore seiunctum   secretumque esse ab inani,            [ ]
 432          quod quasi tertia sit   numero natura reperta.                [2]!
 433     nam quodcum  -que erit, esse aliquid   debebit id ipsum;           [ ]
 434             cui si tactus erit   quamvis levis exiguusque,             [ ]
 435             augmine vel grandi   vel parvo denique, dum sit,           [ ]
 436               corporis augebit   numerum summamque sequetur.           [ ]
 437            sin intactile erit,   nulla de parte quod ullam             [ ]?
 438            rem prohibere queat   per se transire meantem,              [ ]
 439          scilicet hoc id erit,   vacuum quod inane vocamus.            [ ]
 440               praeterea per se   quodcumque erit, aut faciet quid      [ ]
 
  
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 441                aut aliis fungi   debebit agentibus ipsum               [2]?
 442            aut erit ut possint   in eo res esse gerique.               [ ]
 443             at facere et fungi   sine corpore nulla potest res         [ ]
 444             nec praebere locum   porro nisi inane vacansque.           [ ]
 445               ergo praeter inane et corpora tertia per se              [ ]!
 446        nulla potest   rerum in numero   natura relinqui,               [1]
 447            nec quae sub sensus   cadat ullo tempore nostros            [ ]
 448              nec ratione animi   quam quisquam possit apisci.          [ ]
 449         Nam quaecumque cluent,   aut his coniuncta duabus              [ ]
 450              rebus ea invenies   aut horum eventa videbis.             [ ]?
 451       coniunctum est   id quod nusquam   sine permitiali               [ ]
 452             discidio potis est   seiungi seque gregari,                [ ]
 453              pondus uti saxis,   calor ignist, liquor aquai,           [ ]
 454              tactus corporibus   cunctis, intactus inani.              [ ]
 455               servitium contra   paupertas divitiaeque,                [ ]
 456                libertas bellum   concordia, cetera quorum              [ ]
 457             adventu   manet incolumis   natura abituque,               [ ]
 458        haec soliti   sumus, ut par est,   eventa vocare.               [ ]
  
  
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 459           tempus item   per se non est,   sed rebus ab ipsis           [ ]?
 460            consequitur sensus,   transactum quid sit in aevo,          [ ]
 461           tum quae res instet,   quid porro deinde sequatur.           [ ]
 462          nec per se   quemquam tempus   sentire fatendumst             [ ]
 463             semotum ab   rerum motu   placidaque quiete.               [1]
 464             denique Tyndaridem   raptam belloque subactas              [ ]
 465              Troiugenas gentis   cum dicunt esse, videndumst           [ ]
 466         ne forte haec   per se cogant   nos esse fateri,               [ ]
 467      quando ea saecla hominum,   quorum haec eventa fuerunt,           [ ]
 468               irrevocabilis abstulerit iam praeterita aetas.           [ ]!
 469           namque aliud terris,   aliud regionibus ipsis                [ ]
 470                 eventum   dici poterit   quodcumque erit actum.        [1]
 471               denique materies   si rerum nulla fuisset                [ ]
 472          nec locus ac spatium,   res in quo quaeque geruntur,          [ ]
 473             numquam Tyndaridis   forma conflatus amoris                [ ]
 474               ignis, Alexandri   Phrygio sub pectore gliscens,         [ ]
 475              clara accendisset   saevi certamine belli,                [ ]
 476              nec clam durateus   Troianis Pergama partu                [ ]
 
  
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 477             inflammasset equus   nocturno Graiugenarum;                [ ]
 478           perspicere ut possis   res gestas funditus omnis             [ ]
 479           non ita uti   corpus per se   constare neque esse,           [ ]
 480               nec ratione cluere eadem qua constet inane,              [ ]!
 481          sed magis ut   merito possis   eventa vocare                  [ ]?
 482           corporis atque loci,   res in quo quaeque gerantur.          [ ]?
 483             Corpora sunt porro   partim primordia rerum,               [ ]
 484                partim concilio   quae constant principiorum.           [ ]
 485            sed quae sunt rerum   primordia, nulla potest vis           [ ]
 486          stinguere; nam solido   vincunt ea corpore demum.             [ ]
 487              etsi difficile esse videtur credere quicquam              [ ]!
 488                in rebus solido   reperiri corpore posse.               [2]?
 489          transit enim   fulmen caeli   per saepta domorum,             [ ]
 490            clamor ut ac voces;   ferrum candescit in igni              [ ]
 491             dissiliuntque fero   ferventia saxa vapore;                [ ]
 492               tum labefactatus   rigor auri solvitur aestu;            [ ]
 493            tum glacies   aeris flamma   devicta liquescit;             [ ]?
 494            permanat   calor argentum   penetraleque frigus,            [ ]
  
  
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 495           quando utrumque manu   retinentes pocula rite                [ ]
 496                sensimus infuso   lympharum rore superne.               [ ]
 497          usque adeo in   rebus solidi   nil esse videtur.              [1]
 498            sed quia vera tamen   ratio naturaque rerum                 [ ]
 499            cogit, ades, paucis   dum versibus expediamus               [ ]
 500         esse ea quae solido at  -que aeterno corpore constent,         [ ]
 501              semina quae rerum   primordiaque esse docemus,            [ ]
 502               unde omnis rerum   nunc constet summa creata.            [ ]
 503              Principio quoniam   duplex natura duarum                  [ ]
 504             dissimilis   rerum longe   constare repertast,             [ ]
 505           corporis atque loci,   res in quo quaeque geruntur,          [ ]?
 506             esse utramque sibi   per se puramque necessest.            [ ]?
 507           nam quaecumque vacat   spatium, quod inane vocamus,          [ ]
 508             corpus ea non est;   quae porro cumque tenet se            [ ]
 509              corpus, ea vacuum   nequaquam constat inane.              [ ]
 510          sunt igitur solida ac   sine inani corpora prima.             [2]
 511            praeterea   quoniam genitis   in rebus inanest,             [ ]
 512              materiem   circum solidam   constare necessest,           [ ]
 
  
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 513            nec res ulla potest   vera ratione probari                  [ ]
 514              corpore inane suo   celare atque intus habere,            [ ]?
 515          si non, quod cohibet,   solidum constare relinquas.           [ ]
 516              id porro   nil esse potest   nisi materiai                [ ]
 517          concilium,   quod inane queat   rerum cohibere.               [ ]
 518               materies igitur,   solido quae corpore constat,          [ ]
 519           esse aeterna potest,   cum cetera dissoluantur.              [ ]
 520             tum porro   si nil esset   quod inane vacaret,             [ ]?
 521            omne foret solidum;   nisi contra corpora certa             [ ]
 522         essent quae   loca complerent   quaecumque tenerent,           [ ]!
 523        omne quod est   spatium vacuum   constaret inane.               [ ]
 524                alternis igitur   nimirum corpus inani                  [ ]
 525          disiunctumst, quoniam   nec plenum naviter exstat             [ ]
 526              nec porro vacuum.   sunt ergo corpora certa               [ ]
 527           quae spatium   pleno possint   distinguere inane.            [ ]
 528            haec neque dissolui   plagis extrinsecus icta               [ ]?
 529              possunt nec porro   penitus penetrata retexi              [ ]
 530             nec ratione queunt   alia temptata labare;                 [ ]
  
  
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 531              id quod iam supra   tibi paulo ostendimus ante.           [ ]
 532              nam neque collidi   sine inani posse videtur              [2]?
 533            quicquam nec frangi   nec findi in bina secando             [ ]
 534              nec capere umorem   neque item manabile frigus            [2]
 535          nec penetralem ignem,   quibus omnia conficiuntur.            [ ]
 536           et quo quaeque magis   cohibet res intus inane,              [ ]
 537          tam magis his   rebus penitus   temptata labascit.            [ ]
 538              ergo si solida ac   sine inani corpora prima              [3]
 539            sunt ita uti docui,   sint haec aeterna necessest.          [ ]
 540            praeterea   nisi materies   aeterna fuisset,                [ ]
 541               antehac ad nilum   penitus res quaeque redissent         [ ]
 542             de nilo  -que renata forent   quaecumque videmus.          [2]
 543             at quoniam   supra docui   nil posse creari                [ ]
 544           de nilo   neque quod genitum est   ad nil revocari,          [1]
 545                 esse immortali   primordia corpore debent,             [ ]?
 
  
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 546              dissolui quo quae  -que supremo tempore possint,          [2]
 547              materies   ut suppeditet   rebus reparandis.              [ ]
 548             sunt igitur solida   primordia simplicitate                [ ]?
 549             nec ratione queunt   alia servata per aevum                [ ]
 550                    ex infinito   iam tempore res reparare.             [ ]?
 551              Denique si nullam   finem natura parasset                 [ ]
 552              frangendis rebus,   iam corpora materiai                  [ ]
 553           usque redacta forent   aevo frangente priore,                [ ]
 554                ut nil ex illis   a certo tempore posset                [ ]
 555       conceptum ad   summum aetatis   pervadere finem.                 [ ]
 556             nam quidvis citius   dissolvi posse videmus                [ ]
 557            quam rursus refici;   quapropter longa diei                 [ ]?
 558                 infinita aetas   anteacti temporis omnis               [ ]
 559           quod fregisset adhuc   disturbans dissoluensque,             [ ]
 560                numquam reliquo   reparari tempore posset.              [2]?
 561                at nunc nimirum   frangendi reddita finis               [ ]
 562         certa manet,   quoniam refici   rem quamque videmus            [ ]
  
  
  
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 563                et finita simul   generatim tempora rebus               [1]
 564         stare, quibus   posint aevi   contingere florem.               [ ]
 565               huc accedit uti,   solidissima materiai                  [ ]
 566          corpora cum constant,   possint tamen omnia reddi,            [ ]
 567             mollia quae fiunt,   aër aqua terra vapores,               [1]
 568              quo pacto   fiant et qua   vi quaeque gerantur,           [ ]
 569             admixtum   quoniam semel est   in rebus inane.             [ ]
 570             at contra   si mollia sint   primordia rerum,              [ ]!
 571           unde queant   validi silices   ferrumque creari              [ ]
 572            non poterit   ratio reddi;   nam funditus omnis             [ ]
 573              principio   fundamenti   natura carebit.                  [ ]?
 574             sunt igitur solida   pollentia simplicitate                [ ]
 575                quorum condenso   magis omnia conciliatu                [ ]
 576                 artari possunt   validasque ostendere viris.           [ ]?
 577               porro si nullast   frangendis reddita finis              [ ]
 578           corporibus, tamen ex   aeterno tempore quaeque               [ ]
 579              nunc etiam superare necessest corpora rebus,              [ ]!
 580          quae nondum   clueant ullo   temptata periclo.                [ ]
 
  
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 581             at quoniam fragili   natura praedita constant,             [ ]?
 582             discrepat aeternum   tempus potuisse manere                [ ]
 583                innumerabilibus   plagis vexata per aevum.              [ ]
 584            Denique iam quoniam   generatim reddita finis               [ ]
 585              crescendi   rebus constat   vitamque tenendi,             [ ]
 586         et quid quaeque queant   per foedera naturai,                  [u]
 587           quid porro nequeant,   sancitum quandoquidem exstat,         [ ]
 588                 nec commutatur   quicquam, quin omnia constant         [ ]
 589           usque adeo,   variae volucres   ut in ordine cunctae         [ ]
 590              ostendant maculas   generalis corpore inesse,             [ ]
 591                immutabilis  materiae quoque corpus habere              [1]!
 592                debent nimirum.   nam si primordia rerum                [ ]
 593               commutari aliqua   possent ratione revicta,              [1]?
 594          incertum   quoque iam constet   quid possit oriri,            [ ]
 595             quid nequeat, finita potestas denique cuique               [u]!
 596               quanam sit ratione atque alte terminus haerens,          [ ]!
 597            nec totiens possent   generatim saecla referre              [ ]
 598                naturam   mores victum   motusque parentum.             [ ]
  
  
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 599          Tum porro quoniam est   extremum quodque cacumen              [ ]
 600                corporis illius   quod nostri cernere sensus            [ ]
 601          iam nequeunt,   id nimirum   sine partibus exstat             [ ]
 602              et minima constat   natura nec fuit umquam                [ ]?
 603                per se secretum   neque posthac esse valebit,           [ ]?
 604           alterius   quoniamst ipsum   pars, primaque et una,          [ ]
 605         inde aliae atque aliae   similes ex ordine partes              [ ]
 606                agmine condenso   naturam corporis explent,             [ ]?
 607          quae quoniam   per se nequeunt   constare, necessest          [ ]
 608            haerere unde queant   nulla ratione revelli.                [ ]
 609             sunt igitur solida   primordia simplicitate                [ ]?
 610             quae minimis stipata cohaerent partibus arte,              [u]!
 611                 non ex illarum   conventu conciliata,                  [ ]
 612              sed magis aeterna   pollentia simplicitate,               [ ]
 613              unde neque avelli   quicquam neque deminui iam            [ ]
 614                  concedit natura reservans semina rebus.               [u]!
 615          praeterea   nisi erit minimum,   parvissima quaeque           [ ]
 616             corpora constabunt   ex partibus infinitis,                [ ]
 
  
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 617            quippe ubi dimidiae   partis pars semper habebit            [ ]
 618              dimidiam   partem nec res   praefiniet ulla.              [ ]
 619               ergo rerum inter   summam minimamque quid escit?         [ ]?
 620            nil erit ut distet;   nam quamvis funditus omnis            [ ]
 621               summa sit infinita, tamen, parvissima quae sunt,         [u]!
 622                   ex infinitis   constabunt partibus aeque.            [ ]
 623             quod quoniam ratio   reclamat vera negatque                [ ]
 624          credere posse animum,   victus fateare necessest              [ ]
 625            esse ea quae nullis   iam praedita partibus exstent         [ ]
 626             et minima constent   natura. quae quoniam sunt,            [ ]?
 627          illa quoque esse tibi   solida atque aeterna fatendum.        [ ]
 628             denique si minimas   in partis cuncta resolvi              [ ]
 629              cogere consuesset   rerum natura creatrix,                [ ]
 630             iam nil ex   illis eadem   reparare valeret                [ ]
 631         propterea   quia, quae nullis   sunt partibus aucta,           [ ]
 632          non possunt   ea quae debet   genitalis habere                [ ]
 633               materies, varios   conexus pondera plagas                [ ]
 634               concursus motus,   per quae res quaeque geruntur.        [ ]
  
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 635            Quapropter   qui materiem   rerum esse putarunt             [ ]
 636          ignem atque ex   igni summam   consistere solo,               [ ]
 637           magno opere a   vera lapsi   ratione videntur.               [2]?
 638                Heraclitus init   quorum dux proelia primus,            [ ]
 639             clarus ob obscuram   linguam magis inter inanis            [ ]
 640            quamde gravis inter   Graios qui vera requirunt.            [ ]
 641             omnia enim stolidi   magis admirantur amantque,            [ ]
 642            inversis   quae sub verbis   latitantia cernunt,            [ ]
 643            veraque constituunt   quae belle tangere possunt            [ ]
 644                auris et lepido   quae sunt fucata sonore.              [ ]
 645             Nam cur tam variae   res possent esse requiro,             [ ]
 646               ex uno   si sunt igni   puroque creatae.                 [ ]
 647             nil prodesset enim   calidum denserier ignem               [ ]
 648                 nec rarefieri,   si partes ignis eandem                [ ]?
 649              naturam   quam totus habet   super ignis haberent.        [ ]
 650              acrior ardor enim   conductis partibus esset,             [ ]
 651               languidior porro   disiectis disque sipatis.             [ ]
 
  
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 652              amplius hoc fieri   nil est quod posse rearis             [ ]
 653             talibus in causis,   nedum variantia rerum                 [ ]
 654             tanta queat densis   rarisque ex ignibus esse.             [ ]
 655          id quoque, si faciant   admixtum rebus inane,                 [ ]
 656             denseri   poterunt ignes   rarique relinqui.               [1]
 657            sed quia multa sibi   cernunt contraria (?)muse             [ ]
 658              et fugitant in rebus inane relinquere purum,              [ ]!
 659             ardua dum metuunt,   amittunt vera viai,                   [ ]
 660             nec rursum cernunt   exempto rebus inani                   [ ]
 661                  omnia denseri   fierique ex omnibus unum              [ ]?
 662              corpus, nil ab se   quod possit mittere raptim;           [ ]
 663             aestifer ignis uti   lumen iacit atque vaporem,            [ ]?
 664                ut videas non e   stipatis partibus esse.               [ ]
 665             quod si forte alia   credunt ratione potesse               [ ]?
 666                 ignis in coetu   stingui mutareque corpus,             [ ]
 667              scilicet ex nulla   facere id si parte reparcent,         [ ]
 668               occidet ad nilum   nimirum funditus ardor                [ ]
  
  
  
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 669              omnis et e   nilo fient   quaecumque creantur.            [2]?
 670            nam quodcumque suis   mutatum finibus exit,                 [ ]
 671          continuo hoc mors est   illius quod fuit ante.                [ ]
 672         proinde aliquid superare necesse est incolume ollis,           [ ]!
 673            ne tibi res redeant   ad nilum funditus omnes               [ ]
 674                de niloque renata vigescat copia rerum.                 [u]!
 675            nunc igitur quoniam   certissima corpora quaedam            [ ]
 676           sunt quae conservant   naturam semper eandem,                [ ]
 677         quorum abitu aut aditu   mutatoque ordine mutant               [ ]?
 678                 naturam res et   convertunt corpora sese,              [ ]
 679             scire licet non esse haec ignea corpora rerum.             [ ]!
 680              nil referret enim   quaedam decedere, abire,              [ ]
 681           atque alia attribui,   mutarique ordine quaedam,             [ ]?
 682               si tamen ardoris   naturam cuncta tenerent;              [ ]
 683          ignis enim   foret omnimodis   quodcumque crearent.           [ ]
 684       verum, ut opinor, itast:   sunt quaedam corpora quorum           [ ]
 685              concursus   motus ordo   positura figurae                 [ ]?
 686               efficiunt ignis,   mutatoque ordine mutant               [ ]?
 
  
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 687           naturam   neque sunt igni   simulata neque ulli              [ ]
 688                  praeterea rei   quae corpora mittere possit           [u]
 689            sensibus et nostros   adiectu tangere tactus.               [ ]
 690             Dicere porro ignem   res omnis esse neque ullam            [ ]
 691          rem veram in   numero rerum   constare nisi ignem,            [1]
 692           quod facit hic idem,   perdelirum esse videtur.              [2]?
 693              nam contra sensus   ab sensibus ipse repugnat             [ ]
 694             et labefactat eos,   unde omnia credita pendent,           [ ]
 695          unde hic cognitus est   ipsi quem nominat ignem.              [ ]!
 696           credit enim   sensus ignem   cognoscere vere,                [ ]
 697             cetera non credit,   quae nilo clara minus sunt.           [ ]?
 698            quod mihi cum vanum   tum delirum esse videtur.             [ ]?
 699            quo referemus enim?   quid nobis certius ipsis              [ ]
 700          sensibus esse potest,   qui vera ac falsa notemus?            [ ]
 701              praeterea   quare quisquam   magis omnia tollat           [ ]?
 702               et velit ardoris   naturam linquere solam,               [ ]
 703         quam neget esse ignis,   aliam tamen esse relinquat?           [ ]
 704             aequa videtur enim   dementia dicere utrumque.             [ ]
  
  
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 705            Quapropter   qui materiem   rerum esse putarunt             [ ]
 706          ignem atque ex   igni summam   consistere posse,              [ ]
 707              et qui principium   gignundis aëra rebus                  [ ]
 708             constituere, aut umorem quicumque putarunt                 [ ]!
 709              fingere res ipsum   per se, terramve creare               [ ]
 710              omnia et in rerum   naturas vertier omnis,                [ ]
 711           magno opere a   vero longe   derrasse videntur.              [2]
 712           adde etiam   qui conduplicant   primordia rerum              [ ]
 713                 aëra iungentes   igni terramque liquori,               [ ]
 714             et qui quattuor ex   rebus posse omnia rentur              [ ]!
 715             ex igni   terra atque anima   procrescere et imbri.        [1]
 716            quorum Acragantinus   cum primis Empedocles est,            [ ]?
 717         insula quem triquetris   terrarum gessit in oris,              [ ]
 718         quam fluitans   circum magnis   anfractibus aequor             [ ]
 719                 Ionium glaucis   aspergit virus ab undis,              [ ]
 720               angustoque fretu   rapidum mare dividit undis            [ ]
 721                Italiae   terrarum oras   a finibus eius.               [ ]?
 722           hic est vasta Charybdis et hic Aetnaea minantur              [ ]!
 
  
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 723              murmura flammarum   rursum se colligere iras,             [ ]
 724               faucibus eruptos   iterum vis ut vomat ignis             [ ]
 725             ad caelumque ferat   flammai fulgura rursum.               [ ]?
 726           quae cum magna modis   multis miranda videtur                [ ]
 727               gentibus humanis   regio visendaque fertur,              [2]
 728             rebus opima bonis,   multa munita virum vi,                [ ]?
 729         nil tamen hoc   habuisse viro   praeclarius in se              [ ]
 730         nec sanctum   magis et mirum   carumque videtur.               [ ]
 731             carmina quin etiam   divini pectoris eius                  [ ]?
 732             vociferantur et exponunt praeclara reperta,                [ ]!
 733                  ut vix humana   videatur stirpe creatus.              [ ]?
 734             Hic tamen et supra   quos diximus inferiores               [ ]
 735               partibus egregie   multis multoque minores,              [ ]
 736         quamquam multa bene ac   divinitus invenientes                 [1]
 737             ex adyto   tamquam cordis   responsa dedere                [ ]
 738              sanctius et multo   certa ratione magis quam              [ ]
 739          Pythia quae tripodi a   Phoebi lauroque profatur,             [ ]
 740          principiis   tamen in rerum   fecere ruinas                   [ ]
  
  
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 741            et graviter   magni magno   cecidere ibi casu;              [ ]
 742              primum quod motus   exempto rebus inani                   [ ]
 743           constituunt   et res mollis   rarasque relinquunt,           [ ]
 744               aëra solem ignem   terras animalia fruges,               [ ]
 745            nec tamen admiscent   in eorum corpus inane;                [ ]
 746             deinde quod omnino   finem non esse secandis               [ ]?
 747             corporibus faciunt   neque pausam stare fragori            [ ]
 748         nec prorsum in   rebus minimum   consistere quicquam;          [ ]
 749             cum videamus id extremum cuiusque cacumen                  [ ]!
 750          esse quod ad   sensus nostros   minimum esse videtur,         [ ]
 751           conicere ut   possis ex hoc,   quae cernere non quis         [ ]
 752          extremum quod habent,   minimum consistere in illis.          [ ]
 753              huc accedit item,   quoniam primordia rerum               [ ]
 754            mollia constituunt,   quae nos nativa videmus               [ ]
 755                esse et mortali   cum corpore funditus, utqui           [ ]?
 756                debeat ad nilum   iam rerum summa reverti               [ ]
 
  
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 757                de niloque renata vigescere copia rerum;                [u]!
 758         quorum utrumque quid a   vero iam distet habebis.              [2]
 759           deinde inimica modis   multis sunt atque veneno              [ ]
 760            ipsa sibi inter se;   quare aut congressa peribunt          [u]!
 761             aut ita diffugient   ut tempestate coacta                  [ ]
 762           fulmina diffugere at  -que imbris ventosque videmus.         [ ]
 763            Denique quattuor ex   rebus si cuncta creantur              [ ]!
 764            atque in eas rursus   res omnia dissoluuntur,               [ ]
 765          qui magis illa queunt   rerum primordia dici                  [ ]
 766           quam contra   res illorum   retroque putari?                 [ ]
 767              alternis   gignuntur enim   mutantque colorem             [ ]
 768              et totam inter se   naturam tempore ab omni.              [ ]!
 770            sin ita forte putas   ignis terraeque coire                 [ ]
 771               corpus et aërias   auras roremque liquoris,              [ ]
 772                nil in concilio   naturam ut mutet eorum,               [ ]?
 773          nulla tibi ex   illis poterit   res esse creata,              [ ]
 774          non animans,   non exanimo   cum corpore, ut arbor.           [ ]
 775       quippe suam   quidque in coetu   variantis acervi                [ ]
  
  
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 776               naturam ostendet   mixtusque videbitur aër               [ ]
 777           cum terra   simul atque ardor   cum rore manere.             [ ]
 778               at primordia gignundis in rebus oportet                  [ ]!
 779              naturam   clandestinam   caecamque adhibere,              [ ]
 780                 emineat nequid   quod contra pugnet et obstet          [ ]
 781            quominus esse queat   proprie quodcumque creatur.           [ ]
 782            Quin etiam repetunt   a caelo atque ignibus auras           [ ]
 783            et primum   faciunt ignem   se vertere in auras             [ ]
 784             aëris, hinc imbrem   gigni terramque creari                [ ]
 785                 ex imbri retro  -que a terra cuncta reverti,           [ ]
 786                 umorem primum,   post aëra, deinde calorem,            [ ]
 787            nec cessare haec inter se mutare, meare                     [ ]!
 788             a caelo ad terram,   de terra ad sidera mundi.             [ ]
 789        quod facere haud   ullo debent   primordia pacto.               [ ]?
 790                immutabile enim   quiddam superare necessest,           [1]
 791                ne res ad nilum   redigantur funditus omnes.            [ ]
 792            nam quodcumque suis   mutatum finibus exit,                 [ ]
 793          continuo hoc mors est   illius quod fuit ante.                [ ]
 
  
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 794             quapropter quoniam   quae paulo diximus ante               [ ]
 795                  in commutatum   veniunt, constare necessest           [ ]
 796            ex aliis   ea, quae nequeant   convertier usquam,           [ ]
 797            ne tibi res redeant   ad nilum funditus omnes.              [ ]
 798               quin potius tali   natura praedita quaedam               [ ]?
 799            corpora constituas,   ignem si forte crearint,              [ ]
 800          posse eadem   demptis paucis   paucisque tributis,            [ ]
 801               ordine mutato et   motu, facere aëris auras,             [2]
 802              sic alias   aliis rebus   mutarier omnis?                 [ ]
 803            'At manifesta palam   res indicat' inquis 'in auras         [ ]
 804                  aëris e terra   res omnis crescere alique;            [ ]?
 805              et nisi tempestas   indulget tempore fausto               [ ]
 806              imbribus, ut tabe   nimborum arbusta vacillent,           [ ]
 807           solque sua   pro parte fovet   tribuitque calorem,           [ ]?
 808           crescere non possint   fruges arbusta animantes.'            [ ]
 809           scilicet et nisi nos   cibus aridus et tener umor            [ ]
 810                adiuvet, amisso   iam corpore vita quoque omnis         [ ]
 811               omnibus e nervis   atque ossibus exsoluatur.             [ ]
  
  
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 812                 adiutamur enim   dubio procul atque alimur nos         [1]
 813               certis ab rebus,   certis aliae atque aliae res.         [ ]
 814             nimirum   quia multa modis   communia multis               [ ]
 815            multarum   rerum in rebus   primordia mixta                 [ ]
 816            sunt, ideo   variis variae   res rebus aluntur.             [ ]
 817            atque eadem   magni refert   primordia saepe                [ ]?
 818            cum quibus et quali   positura contineantur                 [2]?
 819               et quos inter se   dent motus accipiantque;              [ ]!
 820            namque eadem caelum   mare terras flumina solem             [ ]
 821           constituunt,   eadem fruges   arbusta animantis,             [ ]
 822             verum aliis   alioque modo   commixta moventur.            [ ]
 823            quin etiam   passim nostris   in versibus ipsis             [ ]
 824           multa elementa vides   multis communia verbis,               [ ]
 825             cum tamen inter se   versus ac verba necessest             [ ]!
 826            confiteare et re et   sonitu distare sonanti.               [ ]
 827         tantum elementa queunt   permutato ordine solo.                [ ]?
 828             at rerum quae sunt   primordia, plura adhibere             [ ]
 829            possunt unde queant   variae res quaeque creari.            [ ]
 
  
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 830             Nunc et Anaxagorae   scrutemur homoeomerian                [2]
 831             quam Grai memorant   nec nostra dicere lingua              [u]
 832               concedit   nobis patrii   sermonis egestas,              [ ]
 833            sed tamen ipsam rem   facilest exponere verbis.             [ ]!
 834               principio, rerum   quam dicit homoeomerian,              [2]
 835               ossa videlicet e   pauxillis atque minutis               [ ]!
 836              ossibus hic et de   pauxillis atque minutis               [ ]
 837            visceribus   viscus gigni   sanguenque creari               [ ]
 838             sanguinis inter se   multis coeuntibus  guttis             [ ]!
 839               ex aurique putat   micis consistere posse                [ ]
 840           aurum et de   terris terram   concrescere parvis,            [ ]
 841              ignibus ex ignis,   umorem umoribus esse,                 [ ]?
 842               cetera consimili   fingit ratione putatque.              [ ]
 843          nec tamen esse ulla idem ex parte in rebus inane              [ ]!
 844           concedit   neque corporibus   finem esse secandis.           [ ]
 845          quare in utraque mihi   pariter ratione videtur               [ ]
 846             errare atque illi,   supra quos diximus ante.              [ ]
 847              adde quod imbecilla nimis primordia fingit;               [ ]!
  
  
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 848             si primordia sunt,   simili quae praedita constant         [ ]!
 849             natura atque ipsae   res sunt aequeque laborant            [ ]
 850       et pereunt   neque ab exitio   res ulla refrenat.                [ ]?
 851           nam quid in oppressu   valido durabit eorum,                 [1]?
 852            ut mortem effugiat,   leti sub dentibus ipsis?              [ ]
 853            ignis an umor an aura? quid horum? sanguen an ossa?         [ ]!
 854         nil, ut opinor, ubi ex   aequo res funditus omnis              [ ]
 855              tam mortalis erit   quam quae manifesta videmus           [ ]
 856            ex oculis   nostris aliqua   vi victa perire.               [1]?
 857          at neque reccidere ad   nilum res posse neque autem           [ ]
 858               crescere de nilo   testor res ante probatas.             [2]
 859              praeterea quoniam   cibus auget corpus alitque,           [ ]
 860            scire licet   nobis venas   et sanguen et ossa              [ ]
 861               sive cibos omnis   commixto corpore dicent               [ ]
 862           esse et habere in se   nervorum corpora parva                [ ]
 863              ossaque et omnino   venas partisque cruoris,              [1]
 864              fiet uti cibus omnis, et aridus et liquor ipse,           [ ]!
 865                 ex alienigenis   rebus constare putetur,               [ ]
 
  
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 866              ossibus et nervis   sanieque et sanguine mixto.           [ ]
 867              praeterea quaecum  -que e terra corpora crescunt          [ ]
 868             si sunt in terris,   terram constare necessest             [ ]
 869                ex alienigenis,   quae terris exoriuntur.               [ ]
 870       transfer item,   totidem verbis   utare licebit.                 [ ]?
 871            in lignis   si flamma latet   fumusque cinisque,            [ ]
 872                 ex alienigenis   consistant ligna necessest.           [ ]
 873               praeterea tellus   quae corpora cumque alit, auget       [ ]
 874                ex alienigenis,   quae lignis exoriuntur.               [ ]
 875          Linquitur hic quaedam   latitandi copia tenuis,               [ ]
 876             id quod Anaxagoras   sibi sumit, ut omnibus omnis          [ ]
 877             res putet immixtas   rebus latitare, sed illud             [ ]
 878                  apparere unum   cuius sint plurima mixta              [ ]
 879            et magis in promptu   primaque in fronte locata.            [1]
 880            quod tamen a   vera longe   ratione repulsumst.             [2]?
 881               conveniebat enim   fruges quoque saepe, minaci           [ ]
 882                robore cum saxi   franguntur, mittere signum            [ ]
 883         sanguinis aut aliquid,   nostro quae corpore aluntur,          [ ]
  
  
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 884        cum lapidi in   lapidem terimus,   manare cruorem.              [ ]
 885              consimili   ratione herbas   quoque saepe decebat         [ ]
 886            et latices   dulcis guttas   similique sapore               [ ]
 887             mittere, lanigerae   quali sunt ubere lactis,              [ ]
 888            scilicet, et glebis   terrarum saepe friatis                [ ]
 889           herbarum   genera et fruges   frondisque videri              [ ]
 890               dispertita inter   terram latitare minute,               [ ]
 891           postremo in   lignis cinerem   fumumque videri,              [ ]
 892         cum praefracta forent,   ignisque latere minutos.              [ ]
 893               quorum nil fieri   quoniam manifesta docet res,          [ ]
 894             scire licet non esse in rebus res ita mixtas,              [ ]!
 895               verum semina multimodis immixta latere                   [ ]!
 896            multarum   rerum in rebus   communia debent.                [ ]
 897            'At saepe in magnis   fit montibus' inquis 'ut altis        [ ]
 898                 arboribus vicina cacumina summa terantur               [u]!
 899              inter se, validis   facere id cogentibus austris,         [ ]
 900                  donec flammai   fulserunt flore coorto.'              [ ]
 901            scilicet et non est   lignis tamen insitus ignis,           [ ]
 
  
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 902              verum semina sunt   ardoris multa, terendo                [ ]!
 903              quae cum confluxere, creant incendia silvis.              [ ]!
 904            quod si facta foret   silvis abscondita flamma,             [ ]
 905            non possent   ullum tempus   celarier ignes,                [ ]
 906            conficerent   vulgo silvas,   arbusta cremarent.            [ ]
 907            iamne vides igitur,   paulo quod diximus ante,              [ ]
 908               permagni   referre eadem   primordia saepe               [ ]
 909            cum quibus et quali   positura contineantur                 [2]?
 910               et quos inter se   dent motus accipiantque,              [ ]!
 911         atque eadem   paulo inter se   mutata creare                   [ ]!
 912               ignis et lignum?   quo pacto verba quoque ipsa           [ ]
 913                 inter se paulo   mutatis sunt elementis,               [ ]
 914          cum ligna atque ignis   distincta voce notemus.               [ ]
 915            denique iam quaecum  -que in rebus cernis apertis           [ ]
 916             si fieri   non posse putas,   quin materiai                [ ]
 917              corpora consimili   natura praedita fingas,               [ ]?
 918               hac ratione tibi   pereunt primordia rerum:              [ ]
  
  
  
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 919                fiet uti   risu tremulo   concussa cachinnent           [2]
 920             et lacrimis salsis   umectent ora genasque.                [ ]?
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 921         Nunc age quod superest   cognosce et clarius audi.             [ ]
 922          nec me animi   fallit quam sint   obscura; sed acri           [ ]
 923             percussit   thyrso laudis   spes magna meum cor            [ ]
 924              et simul incussit   suavem mi in pectus amorem            [ ]
 925              musarum, quo nunc   instinctus mente vigenti              [ ]
 926                  avia Pieridum   peragro loca nullius ante             [ ]
 927         trita solo.   iuvat integros   accedere fontis                 [ ]
 928           atque haurire, iuvat  -que novos decerpere flores            [ ]
 929                insignemque meo   capiti petere inde coronam            [ ]
 930               unde prius nulli   velarint tempora musae;               [ ]?
 931             primum quod magnis   doceo de rebus et artis               [ ]
 932              religionum animum   nodis exsolvere pergo,                [ ]
 933            deinde quod obscura   de re tam lucida pango                [ ]?
 934                carmina, musaeo   contingens cuncta lepore.             [ ]
 935        id quoque enim   non ab nulla   ratione videtur;                [ ]
 936              sed veluti pueris   absinthia taetra medentes             [ ]
 
  
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 937             cum dare conantur,   prius oras pocula circum              [ ]
 938            contingunt   mellis dulci   flavoque liquore,               [ ]
 939              ut puerorum aetas   improvida ludificetur                 [ ]
 940           labrorum   tenus, interea   perpotet amarum                  [ ]
 941               absinthi laticem   deceptaque non capiatur,              [ ]
 942              sed potius   tali pacto   recreata valescat,              [ ]?
 943   sic ego nunc,   quoniam haec ratio   plerumque videtur               [ ]
 944           tristior esse quibus   non est tractata, retroque            [ ]
 945        vulgus abhorret ab hac,   volui tibi suaviloquenti              [ ]
 946                 carmine Pierio   rationem exponere nostram             [ ]
 947                et quasi musaeo   dulci contingere melle,               [ ]
 948           si tibi forte animum   tali ratione tenere                   [ ]
 949            versibus in nostris   possem, dum perspicis omnem           [ ]
 950                  naturam rerum   qua constet compta figura.            [ ]
 951              Sed quoniam docui   solidissima materiai                  [ ]
 952               corpora perpetuo   volitare invicta per aevum,           [ ]
 953               nunc age, summai   quaedam sit finis eorum               [ ]
 954              necne sit, evolvamus; item quod inane repertumst          [ ]!
  
  
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 955          seu locus ac spatium,   res in quo quaeque gerantur,          [ ]
 956              pervideamus utrum   finitum funditus omne                 [ ]
 957            constet an immensum   pateat vasteque profundum.            [ ]
 958         Omne quod est   igitur nulla   regione viarum                  [ ]
 959         finitumst;   namque extremum   debebat habere.                 [ ]
 960                 extremum porro   nullius posse videtur                 [ ]
 961           esse, nisi ultra sit   quod finiat; ut videatur              [ ]!
 962           quo non longius haec   sensus natura sequatur.               [ ]!
 963            nunc extra   summam quoniam   nil esse fatendum,            [ ]
 964            non habet extremum,   caret ergo fine modoque.              [ ]
 965         nec refert   quibus adsistas   regionibus eius;                [ ]
 966        usque adeo,   quem quisque locum   possedit, in omnis           [ ]
 967               tantundem partis   infinitum omne relinquit.             [ ]
 968               praeterea si iam   finitum constituatur                  [ ]
 969         omne quod est spatium,   siquis procurrat ad oras              [ ]
 970               ultimus extremas   iaciatque volatile telum,             [ ]
 
  
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 971               id validis utrum   contortum viribus ire                 [ ]
 972            quo fuerit   missum mavis   longeque volare,                [ ]
 973           an prohibere aliquid   censes obstareque posse?              [ ]
 974             alterutrum   fatearis enim   sumasque necessest.           [ ]
 975     quorum utrum  -que tibi effugium   praecludit et omne              [ ]
 976               cogit ut exempta   concedas fine patere.                 [ ]
 977           nam sive est aliquid   quod probeat efficiatque              [ ]
 978       quominus  quo missum est   veniat finique locet se,              [ ]
 979             sive foras fertur,   non est a fine profectum.             [ ]
 980          hoc pacto   sequar atque, oras   ubicumque locaris            [1]
 981              extremas, quaeram   quid telo denique fiat.               [ ]
 982             fiet uti   nusquam possit   consistere finis               [ ]
 983              effigiumque fugae   prolatet copia semper.                [ ]
 984           postremo ante oculos   res rem finire videtur;               [ ]
 985                  aër dissaepit   collis atque aëra montes,             [ ]
 986           terra mare et contra   mare terras terminat omnis;           [ ]
 987             omne quidem   vero nil est   quod finiat extra.            [ ]?
 988              Praeterea spatium   summai totius omne                    [ ]?
  
  
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 989            undique si inclusum   certis consisteret oris               [ ]
 990              finitumque foret,   iam copia materiai                    [ ]
 991             undique ponderibus   solidis confluxet ad imum             [ ]
 992              nec res ulla geri   sub caeli tegmine posset              [ ]
 993               nec foret omnino   caelum neque lumina solis,            [ ]?
 994            quippe ubi materies   omnis cumulata iaceret                [ ]
 995                    ex infinito   iam tempore subsidendo.               [ ]?
 996                at nunc nimirum   requies data principiorum             [ ]
 997            corporibus nullast,   quia nil est funditus imum            [ ]
 998         quo quasi confluere et   sedis ubi ponere possint.             [1]
 999              semper in assiduo   motu res quaeque geruntur             [ ]?
 1000            partibus e cunctis   infernaque suppeditantur              [ ]
 1001                   ex infinito   cita corpora materiai.                [ ]?
 1002             est igitur   natura loci   spatiumque profundi,           [2]
 1003          quod neque clara suo   percurrere fulmina cursu              [ ]
 1004            perpetuo   possint aevi   labentia tractu                  [ ]?
 1005       nec prorsum   facere ut restet   minus ire meando;              [ ]
 1006             usque adeo passim   patet ingens copia rebus              [ ]
 
  
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 1007              finibus exemptis   in cunctas undique partis.            [ ]
 1008              Ipsa modum porro   sibi rerum summa parare               [ ]
 1009             ne possit,   natura tenet,   quae corpus inani            [2]
 1010       et quod inane autem est   finiri corpore cogit,                 [ ]?
 1011               ut sic alternis   infinita omnia reddat,                [ ]
 1012         aut etiam alterutrum,   nisi terminet alterum eorum,          [ ]
 1013               simplice natura   pateat tamen immoderatum.             [2]?
 1014           nec mare nec tellus   neque caeli lucida templa             [ ]
 1015             nec mortale genus   nec divum corpora sancta              [ ]
 1016               exiguum possent   horai sistere tempus.                 [ ]?
 1017              nam dispulsa suo   de coetu materiai                     [ ]?
 1018                copia ferretur   magnum per inane soluta,              [ ]
 1019            sive adeo   potius numquam   concreta creasset             [ ]
 1020            ullam rem, quoniam   cogi disiecta nequisset.              [ ]
 1021         nam certe   neque consilio   primordia rerum                  [ ]?
 1022            ordine se suo quae  -que sagaci mente locarunt             [2]
 1023      nec quos quaeque (darent   motus pepigere profecto)              [ ]
 1024          sed quia multa modis   multis mutata per omne                [ ]
  
  
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 1025                   ex infinito   vexantur percita plagis,              [ ]
 1026              omne genus motus   et coetus experiundo                  [ ]
 1027              tandem deveniunt   in talis disposituras,                [ ]
 1028           qualibus haec rerum   consistit summa creata,               [ ]
 1029             et multos   etiam magnos   servata per annos              [ ]
 1030             ut semel in motus   coniectast convenientis,              [ ]
 1031             efficit ut largis   avidum mare fluminis undis            [ ]
 1032               integrent amnes   et solis terra vapore                 [ ]
 1033              fota novet fetus   summissaque gens animantum            [ ]
 1034             floreat et vivant   labentes aetheris ignes;              [ ]
 1035         quod nullo   facerent pacto,   nisi materiai                  [ ]
 1036                   ex infinito   suboriri copia posset,                [2]?
 1037            unde amissa solent   reparare in tempore quaeque.          [ ]
 1038            nam veluti   privata cibo   natura animantum               [2]?
 1039             diffluit amittens   corpus, sic omnia debent              [ ]
 1040             dissolui simul ac   defecit suppeditare                   [ ]
 
  
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 1041               materies aliqua   ratione aversa viai.                  [2]?
 1042            nec plagae possunt   extrinsecus undique summam            [ ]
 1043              conservare omnem   quaecumque est conciliata.            [ ]
 1044          cudere enim   crebro possunt   partemque morari,             [ ]
 1045          dum veniant aliae ac   suppleri summa queatur.               [ ]?
 1046             interdum   resilire tamen   coguntur et una               [ ]
 1047            principiis   rerum spatium   tempusque fugai               [ ]
 1048           largiri, ut possint   a coetu libera ferri.                 [ ]
 1049       quare etiam atque etiam   suboriri multa necessest,             [2]
 1050            et tamen ut plagae   quoque possint suppetere ipsae,       [ ]
 1051             infinita opus est   vis undique materiai.                 [1]
 1052          Illud in his   rebus longe   fuge credere, Memmi,            [ ]
 1053              in medium summae   quod dicunt omnia niti,               [ ]
 1054              atque ideo mundi   naturam stare sine ullis              [ ]?
 1055              ictibus externis   neque quoquam posse resolvi           [ ]
 1056      summa atque ima, quod in   medium sint omnia nixa                [ ]
 1057            (ipsum si quicquam   posse in se sistere credis):          [ ]
 1058          et quae pondera sunt   sub terris omnia sursum               [ ]!
  
  
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 1059               nitier in terra  -que retro requiescere posta,          [ ]
 1060      ut per aquas   quae nunc rerum   simulacra videmus.              [ ]
 1061               et simili ratione animalia suppa vagari                 [ ]!
 1062          contendunt neque posse e terris in loca caeli                [ ]!
 1063             reccidere inferiora magis quam corpora nostra             [ ]!
 1064            sponte sua possint   in caeli templa volare:               [ ]
 1065              illi cum videant   solem, nos sidera noctis              [ ]
 1066          cernere, et alternis   nobiscum tempora caeli                [ ]
 1067          dividere et   noctes parilis   agitare diebus.               [ ]
 1068            sed vanus stolidis   haec (error falsa probavit,)          [ ]
 1069           amplexi quod habent   perversa (rem ratione;)               [ ]
 1070           nam medium   nil esse potest,   (quando omnia constant)     [ ]
 
  
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 1071            infinita. neque omnino, si iam (medium sit,)               [u]!
 1072           possit ibi quicquam   consistere (eam magis ob rem,)        [ ]
 1073            quam quavis   alia longe   ratione (repelli:)              [ ]?
 1074         omnis enim   locus ac spatium,   quod inane (vocamus,)        [ ]
 1075         per medium,   per non medium,   concedere (debet)             [ ]
 1076             aeque ponderibus,   motus quacumque feruntur.             [ ]
 1077       nec quisquam locus est,   quo corpora cum venere,               [ ]
 1078               ponderis amissa   vi possint stare in inani;            [ ]?
 1079      nec quod inane autem est   ulli subsistere debet,                [ ]
 1080         quin, sua quod   natura petit,   concedere pergat.            [2]
 1081         haud igitur   possunt tali   ratione teneri                   [ ]
 1082              res in concilium   medii cuppedine victae.               [ ]
 1083             Praeterea quoniam   non omnia corpora fingunt             [ ]
 1084               in medium niti,   sed terrarum atque liquoris,          [ ]
 1085                  umorem ponti   magnasque e montibus undas,           [ ]
 1086              et quasi terreno   quae corpore contineantur,            [ ]?
 1087              at contra tenuis   exponunt aëris auras                  [ ]
 1088          et calidos   simul a medio   differrier ignis,               [ ]
  
  
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 1089            atque ideo   totum circum   tremere aethera signis         [ ]
 1090              et solis flammam   per caeli caerula pasci,              [ ]
 1091          quod calor a   medio fugiens   se ibi colligit omnis,        [ ]
 1092         nec prorsum arboribus   summos frondescere ramos              [ ]
 1093          posse, nisi a terris   paulatim cuique cibatum               [ ]
 1102               ne volucri ritu   flammarum moenia mundi                [2]
 1103           diffugiant   subito magnum   per inane soluta               [ ]
 1104              et ne cetera consimili ratione sequantur                 [1]!
 1105              neve ruant caeli   tonitralia templa superne             [ ]
 1106           terraque se pedibus   raptim subducat et omnis              [ ]
 1107               inter permixtas   rerum caelique ruinas                 [ ]
 1108             corpora solventis   abeat per inane profundum,            [ ]
 1109            temporis ut puncto   nil exstet reliquiarum                [ ]?
 1110            desertum   praeter spatium et   primordia caeca.           [ ]
 1111          nam quaecumque prius   de parti corpora desse                [ ]
 1112         constitues,   haec rebus erit   pars ianua leti,              [ ]
 1113            hac se turba foras   dabit omnis materiai.                 [ ]
 1114            Haec sic pernosces   parva perductus opella;               [ ]
 
  
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 1115           namque alid ex alio   clarescet nec tibi caeca              [ ]?
 1116              nox iter eripiet   quin ultima naturai                   [u]
 1117            pervideas: ita res   accendent lumina rebus.               [ ]
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   1              Suave, mari magno   turbantibus aequora ventis,           [ ]
   2            e terra   magnum alterius   spectare laborem;               [ ]
   3                non quia vexari   quemquamst iucunda voluptas,          [ ]
   4          sed quibus ipse malis   careas quia cernere suave est.        [ ]
   5              suave etiam belli   certamina magna tueri                 [ ]
   6           per campos   instructa tua   sine parte pericli.             [ ]
   7           sed nil dulcius est,   bene quam munita tenere               [ ]!
   8                 edita doctrina   sapientum templa serena,              [ ]?
   9           despicere unde queas   alios passimque videre                [ ]
  10              errare atque viam   palantis quaerere vitae,              [ ]
  11               certare ingenio,   contendere nobilitate,                [ ]
  12              noctes atque dies   niti praestante labore                [ ]
  13               ad summas   emergere opes   rerumque potiri.             [ ]
  14            o miseras   hominum mentis,   o pectora caeca!              [ ]?
  15           qualibus in tenebris   vitae quantisque periclis             [ ]
  16               degitur hoc aevi   quodcumquest! nonne videre            [ ]
 
  
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  17            nil aliud   sibi naturam   latrare, nisi utqui              [2]
  18              corpore seiunctus   dolor absit, mente fruatur            [ ]
  19                iucundo   sensu cura   semota metuque?                  [ ]
  20              ergo corpoream ad   naturam pauca videmus                 [ ]
  21              esse opus omnino,   quae demant cumque dolorem,           [ ]
  22          delicias   quoque uti multas   substernere possint.           [ ]
  23               gratius interdum   neque natura ipsa requirit,           [2]
  24              si non aurea sunt   iuvenum simulacra per aedes           [ ]
  25             lampadas igniferas   manibus retinentia dextris,           [ ]
  26               lumina nocturnis   epulis ut suppeditentur,              [ ]
  27              nec domus argento   fulget auroque renidet                [ ]
  28           nec citharae reboant   laqueata aurataque templa,            [ ]
  29             cum tamen inter se   prostrati in gramine molli            [ ]!
  30            propter aquae rivum   sub ramis arboris altae               [ ]?
  31              non magnis opibus   iucunde corpora curant,               [ ]
  32           praesertim   cum tempestas   arridet et anni                 [ ]
  33            tempora conspergunt   viridantis floribus herbas.           [ ]
  34             nec calidae citius   decedunt corpore febres,              [ ]
  
  
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  35         textilibus   si in picturis   ostroque rubenti                 [ ]
  36           iacteris, quam si in   plebeia veste cubandum est.           [ ]
  37             quapropter quoniam   nil nostro in corpore gazae           [ ]
  38          proficiunt   neque nobilitas   nec gloria regni,              [ ]
  39         quod superest,   animo quoque nil   prodesse putandum;         [ ]
  40              si non forte tuas   legiones per loca campi               [ ]
  41             fervere cum videas   belli simulacra cientis,              [ ]
  42               subsidiis magnis   (?)epicuri constabilitas,             [2]?
  43                ornatas   armis (?)ita stuas   pariterque animatas,     [1]?
  43             fervere cum videas   classem lateque vagari,               [ ]
  44             his tibi tum rebus   timefactae religiones                 [ ]
  45              effugiunt   animo pavidae;   mortisque timores            [ ]
  46            tum vacuum   pectus linquunt   curaque solutum.             [ ]
 
  
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  47          quod si ridicula haec   ludibriaque esse videmus,             [1]
  48               re veraque metus   hominum curaeque sequaces             [1]
  49            nec metuunt sonitus   armorum nec fera tela                 [ ]
  50              audacterque inter   reges rerumque potentis               [ ]
  51          versantur   neque fulgorem   reverentur ab auro               [ ]
  52              nec clarum vestis   splendorem purpureai,                 [ ]
  53         quid dubitas   quin omnis  sit haec   rationis  potestas?      [ ]
  54          omnis cum in tenebris   praesertim vita laboret.              [ ]
  55             nam veluti   pueri trepidant   atque omnia caecis          [ ]
  56           in tenebris metuunt,   sic nos in luce timemus               [ ]
  57               interdum,   nilo quae sunt   metuenda magis quam         [ ]
  58       quae pueri in   tenebris pavitant   finguntque futura.           [ ]
  59            hunc igitur   terrorem animi   tenebrasque necessest        [ ]
  60                non radii solis   neque lucida tela diei                [2]
  61           discutiant,   sed naturae   species ratioque.                [ ]
  62             Nunc age, quo motu   genitalia materiai                    [2]?
  63             corpora res varias   gignant genitasque resolvant          [ ]
  
  
  
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  64            et qua vi facere id   cogantur quaeque sit ollis            [1]
  65              reddita mobilitas   magnum per inane meandi,              [ ]
  66              expediam:   tu te dictis   praebere memento.              [ ]
  67             nam certe   non inter se   stipata cohaeret                [ ]!
  68            materies,   quoniam minui   rem quamque videmus             [ ]
  69             et quasi longinquo   fluere omnia cernimus aevo            [ ]
  70          ex oculis  -que vetustatem   subducere nostris,               [ ]
  71            cum tamen incolumis   videatur summa manere                 [ ]
  72           propterea quia, quae   decedunt corpora cuique,              [ ]
  73           unde abeunt minuunt,   quo venere augmine donant,            [ ]
  74         illa senescere at haec   contra florescere cogunt,             [u]!
  75            nec remorantur ibi.   sic rerum summa novatur               [ ]
  76            semper, et inter se   mortales mutua vivunt.                [ ]!
  77              augescunt   aliae gentes,   aliae minuuntur,              [ ]
  78             inque brevi spatio   mutantur saecla animantum             [ ]?
  79              et quasi cursores   vitai lampada tradunt.                [ ]?
  80               Si cessare putas   rerum primordia posse                 [ ]
  81              cessandoque novos   rerum progignere motus,               [ ]
 
  
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  82                   avius a vera   longe ratione vagaris.                [ ]?
  83            nam quoniam per inane vagantur, cuncta necessest            [ ]!
  84              aut gravitate sua   ferri primordia rerum                 [1]?
  85            aut ictu   forte alterius.   nam cum cita saepe             [ ]
  86                 obvia conflixere, fit ut diversa repente               [ ]!
  87       dissiliant;   neque enim mirum,   durissima quae sint            [ ]
  88             ponderibus solidis   neque quicquam a tergo ibus obstet.   [ ]
  89                 et quo iactari   magis omnia materiai                  [ ]?
  90             corpora pervideas,   reminiscere totius imum               [ ]
  91             nil esse in summa,   neque habere ubi corpora prima        [ ]
  92          consistant,   quoniam spatium   sine fine modoquest           [ ]
  93               immensumque patere in cunctas undique partis             [ ]!
  94            pluribus ostendi et   certa ratione probatumst.             [ ]
  95          quod quoniam constat,   nimirum nulla quies est               [ ]
  96             reddita corporibus   primis per inane profundum,           [ ]
  97              sed magis assiduo   varioque exercita motu                [ ]
  98             partim intervallis   magnis confulta resultant,            [ ]
  99          pars etiam   brevibus spatiis   vexantur ab ictu.             [ ]
  
  
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 100            et quaecumque magis   condenso conciliatu                   [ ]
 101                exiguis   intervallis   convecta resultant,             [ ]
 102                indupedita suis   perplexis ipsa figuris,               [ ]
 103              haec validas saxi   radices et fera ferri                 [ ]?
 104            corpora constituunt   et cetera de genere horum.            [ ]
 105             cetera, quae porro   magnum per inane vagantur,            [ ]
 106             paucula dissiliunt   longe longeque recursant              [ ]
 107              in magnis   intervallis;   haec aëra rarum                [ ]
 108               sufficiunt nobis   et splendida lumina solis.            [1]
 109             multaque praeterea   magnum per inane vagantur,            [ ]
 110                conciliis rerum   quae sunt reiecta nec usquam          [ ]
 111               consociare etiam   motus potuere recepta.                [ ]
 112             cuius, uti memoro,   rei simulacrum et imago               [u]?
 113           ante oculos   semper nobis   versatur et instat.             [ ]
 114             contemplator enim,   cum solis lumina cumque               [ ]
 115              inserti   fundunt radii   per opaca domorum:              [ ]
 116             multa minuta modis   multis per inane videbis              [ ]
 117                corpora misceri   radiorum lumine in ipso               [ ]?
 
  
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 118               et velut aeterno   certamine proelia pugnas              [ ]
 119                 edere turmatim   certantia nec dare pausam,            [ ]
 120             conciliis   et discidiis   exercita crebris;               [ ]
 121           conicere ut   possis ex hoc,   primordia rerum               [ ]
 122             quale sit in magno   iactari semper inani.                 [ ]?
 123                 dumtaxat rerum   magnarum parva potest res             [ ]
 124              exemplare dare et   vestigia notitiai.                    [ ]
 125         hoc etiam   magis haec animum   te advertere par est           [ ]
 126          corpora quae in solis   radiis turbare videntur,              [ ]
 127            quod tales   turbae motus   quoque materiai                 [ ]
 128          significant   clandestinos   caecosque subesse.               [ ]
 129             multa videbis enim   plagis ibi percita caecis             [1]
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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 130                 commutare viam   retroque repulsa reverti              [ ]
 131            nunc huc nunc illuc   in cunctas undique partis.            [ ]
 132          scilicet hic   a principiis   est omnibus error.              [u]!
 133            prima moventur enim   per se primordia rerum;               [ ]?
 134             inde ea quae parvo   sunt corpora conciliatu               [ ]
 135          et quasi proxima sunt   ad viris principiorum,                [ ]!
 136                ictibus illorum   caecis impulsa cientur,               [ ]
 137               ipsaque proporro   paulo maiora lacessunt.               [ ]
 138               sic a principiis   ascendit motus et exit                [ ]
 139               paulatim nostros   ad sensus, ut moveantur               [ ]
 140          illa quoque, in solis   quae lumine cernere quimus            [ ]
 141        nec quibus id   faciant plagis   apparet aperte.                [ ]
 142            Nunc quae mobilitas   sit reddita materiai                  [ ]
 143           corporibus,   paucis licet hinc   cognoscere, Memmi.         [ ]
 144             primum aurora novo   cum spargit lumine terras             [ ]
 145             et variae volucres   nemora avia pervolitantes             [ ]
 146               aëra per tenerum   liquidis loca vocibus opplent,        [ ]
 147             quam subito soleat   sol ortus tempore tali                [ ]
 
  
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 148                 convestire sua   perfundens omnia luce,                [ ]
 149             omnibus in promptu   manifestumque esse videmus.           [ ]
 150         at vapor is   quem sol mittit   lumenque serenum               [ ]
 151             non per inane meat   vacuum; quo tardius ire               [ ]
 152                cogitur, aërias   quasi dum diverberat undas.           [ ]
 153                nec singillatim   corpuscula quaeque vaporis            [ ]
 154             sed complexa meant   inter se conque globata;              [ ]
 155          quapropter   simul inter se   retrahuntur et extra            [ ]!
 156               officiuntur, uti   cogantur tardius ire.                 [ ]?
 157            at quae nunc solida   primordia simplicitate,               [ ]?
 158            cum per inane meant   vacuum nec res remoratur              [ ]
 159          ulla foris   atque ipsa suis   e partibus una                 [ ]?
 160           unum in quem   coepere locum   conixa feruntur,              [ ]
 161                 debent nimirum   praecellere mobilitate                [ ]
 162              et multo   citius ferri   quam lumina solis               [ ]
 163              multiplexque loci   spatium transcurrere eodem            [ ]
  
  
  
  
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 164              tempore quo solis   pervulgant fulgura caelum.            [2]
 165                 nec persectari   primordia singula quaeque,            [ ]?
 166            ut videant qua quid  -que geratur cum ratione.              [ ]
 167         At quidam contra haec,   ignari materiai,                      [ ]
 168              naturam   non posse deum   sine numine credunt            [ ]
 169            tanto opere humanis   rationibus admoderate                 [2]
 170              tempora mutare annorum frugesque creare,                  [u]!
 171             et iam cetera, mortalis quae suadet adire                  [ ]!
 172                ipsaque deducit   dux vitae dia voluptas                [2]
 173             et res per Veneris   blanditur saecla propagent,           [ ]
 174            ne genus occidat humanum. quorum omnia causa                [u]!
 175              constituisse deos   cum fingunt, omnibus  rebus           [ ]
 176           magno opere a   vera lapsi   ratione videntur.               [2]?
 177         nam quamvis   rerum ignorem   primordia quae sint,             [ ]
 178           hoc tamen ex   ipsis caeli   rationibus ausim                [ ]
 179               confirmare aliis  -que ex rebus reddere multis,          [ ]
 
  
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 180                nequaquam nobis   divinitus esse creatam                [1]
 181                 naturam mundi:   tanta stat praedita culpa.            [ ]
 182           quae tibi posterius,   Memmi, faciemus aperta.               [ ]
 183          nunc id quod superest   de motibus expediemus.                [1]
 184       Nunc locus est,   ut opinor, in his   illud quoque rebus         [ ]
 185               confirmare tibi,   nullam rem posse sua vi               [ ]
 186             corpoream   sursum ferri   sursumque meare;                [ ]
 187             ne tibi dent in eo   flammarum corpora fraudem.            [ ]
 188             sursus enim versus   gignuntur et augmina sumunt           [ ]
 189            et sursum   nitidae fruges   arbustaque crescunt,           [ ]
 190    pondera, quantum in se est,   cum deorsum cuncta ferantur.          [ ]
 191             nec cum subsiliunt   ignes ad tecta domorum                [ ]
 192               et celeri flamma   degustant tigna trabesque,            [ ]?
 193         sponte sua   facere id sine vi   subiecta putandum est.        [ ]
 194            quod genus e nostro   cum missus corpore sanguis            [ ]
 195               emicat exsultans   alte spargitque cruorem.              [ ]
 196            nonne vides   etiam quanta   vi tigna trabesque             [ ]?
 197            respuat umor aquae?   nam quo magis ursimus alte            [ ]
  
  
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 198               derecta et magna   vi multi pressimus aegre,             [ ]
 199            tam cupide   sursum revomit   magis atque remittit,         [ ]
 200            plus ut parte foras   emergant exsiliantque.                [ ]?
 201  nec tamen haec,   quantum est in se,   dubitamus, opinor,             [ ]
 202            quin vacuum per inane deorsum cuncta ferantur.              [ ]!
 203            sic igitur   debent flammae   quoque posse per auras        [ ]
 204                aëris expressae   sursum succedere, quamquam            [ ]
 205      pondera, quantum in sest,   deorsum deducere pugnent.             [ ]
 206             nocturnasque faces   caeli sublime volantis                [ ]
 207             nonne vides longos   flammarum ducere tractus              [ ]
 208            in quascumque dedit   partis natura meatum?                 [ ]
 209         non cadere in   terram stellas   et sidera cernis?             [ ]
 210                sol etiam caeli   de vertice dissipat omnis             [ ]?
 211              ardorem in partis   et lumine conserit arva;              [ ]
 212               in terras igitur   quoque solis vergitur ardor.          [ ]
 213             tranversosque volare per imbris fulmina cernis;            [ ]!
 214           nunc hic nunc illinc   abrupti nubibus ignes                 [ ]
 215         concursant;   cadit in terras   vis flammea vulgo.             [ ]
 
  
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 216       Illud in his   quoque te rebus   cognoscere avemus,              [2]
 217            corpora cum deorsum   rectum per inane feruntur             [ ]
 218           ponderibus propriis,   incerto tempore ferme                 [ ]
 219              incertisque locis   spatio depellere paulum,              [ ]
 220              tantum quod momen   mutatum dicere possis.                [ ]
 221              quod nisi declinare solerent, omnia deorsum,              [u]!
 222             imbris uti guttae,   caderent per inane profundum,         [ ]
 223             nec foret offensus   natus nec plaga creata                [ ]
 224          principiis:   ita nil umquam   natura creasset.               [ ]
 225          Quod si forte aliquis   credit graviora potesse               [ ]
 226            corpora, quo citius   rectum per inane feruntur,            [ ]
 227             incidere ex supero   levioribus atque ita plagas           [ ]
 228           gignere quae possint   genitalis reddere motus,              [ ]
 229                   avius a vera   longe ratione recedit.                [ ]?
 230        nam per aquas   quaecumque cadunt   atque aëra rarum,           [ ]
 231            haec pro ponderibus   casus celerare necessest              [ ]
 232           propterea   quia corpus aquae   naturaque tenuis             [ ]
 233             aëris haud possunt   aeque rem quamque morari,             [ ]
  
  
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 234              sed citius cedunt   gravioribus exsuperata.               [ ]
 235                at contra nulli   de nulla parte neque ullo             [ ]
 236           tempore inane potest   vacuum subsistere rei,                [ ]
 237          quin, sua quod   natura petit,   concedere pergat;            [2]
 238               omnia quapropter   debent per inane quietum              [ ]
 239               aeque ponderibus   non aequis concita ferri.             [ ]
 240           haud igitur poterunt   levioribus incidere umquam            [ ]
 241               ex supero graviora neque ictus gignere per se            [ ]!
 242            qui varient   motus per quos   natura gerat res.            [ ]
 243        quare etiam atque etiam   paulum inclinare necessest            [ ]
 244         corpora; nec plus quam   minimum, ne fingere motus             [ ]
 245               obliquos   videamur et id   res vera refutet.            [ ]
 246          namque hoc in promptu   manifestumque esse videmus,           [ ]
 247      pondera, quantum in sest,   non posse obliqua meare,              [ ]
 248           ex supero   cum praecipitant,   quod cernere possis.         [ ]
 249                 sed nil omnino   recta regione viai                    [ ]?
 
  
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 250             declinare quis est   qui (?)possit cernere sese?           [1]
 251              Denique si semper   motus conectitur omnis                [ ]
 252             et vetere exoritur   semper novus ordine certo             [ ]
 253                 nec declinando   faciunt primordia motus               [ ]?
 254             principium quoddam   quod fati foedera rumpat,             [ ]?
 255                    ex infinito   ne causam causa sequatur,             [ ]
 256              libera per terras   unde haec animantibus exstat,         [ ]
 257       unde est haec,   inquam, fatis   avulsa voluntas                 [ ]
 258           per quam progredimur   quo ducit quemque voluptas,           [ ]
 259                declinamus item   motus nec tempore certo               [1]
 260               nec regione loci   certa, sed ubi ipsa tulit mens?       [ ]
 261         nam dubio   procul his rebus   sua cuique voluntas             [ ]
 262       principium   dat et hinc motus   per membra rigantur.            [ ]
 263              nonne vides etiam   patefactis tempore puncto             [ ]
 264           carceribus   non posse tamen   prorumpere equorum            [ ]
 265           vim cupidam   tam de subito   quam mens avet ipsa?           [ ]
 266               omnis enim totum   per corpus materiai                   [ ]
  
  
  
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 267                  copia conciri   debet, concita per artus              [ ]
 268               omnis ut studium   mentis conixa sequatur;               [ ]
 269             ut videas   initum motus   a corde creari                  [ ]?
 270           ex animi  -que voluntate id   procedere primum,              [ ]
 271                inde dari porro   per totum corpus et artus.            [ ]
 272       nec similest   ut cum impulsi   procedimus ictu                  [ ]?
 273               viribus alterius   magnis magnoque coactu.               [ ]
 274               nam tum materiem   totius corporis omnem                 [ ]
 275             perspicuumst nobis   invitis ire rapique,                  [ ]?
 276              donec eam   refrenavit   per membra voluntas.             [ ]?
 277            iamne vides igitur,   quamquam vis extera multos            [ ]
 278              pellat et invitos   cogat procedere saepe                 [ ]
 279           praecipitesque rapi,   tamen esse in pectore nostro          [ ]
 280            quiddam quod contra   pugnare obstareque possit?            [ ]
 281             cuius ad arbitrium   quoque copia materiai                 [ ]
 282               cogitur interdum   flecti per membra per artus           [ ]
 
  
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 283              et proiecta refrenatur retroque residit.                  [2]!
 284             quare in seminibus   quoque idem fateare necessest,        [ ]
 285           esse aliam   praeter plagas   et pondera causam              [ ]
 286         motibus, unde haec est   nobis innata potestas,                [ ]
 287              de nilo   quoniam fieri   nil posse videmus.              [ ]
 288           pondus enim prohibet   ne plagis omnia fiant                 [ ]?
 289              externa quasi vi.   sed ne mens ipsa necessum             [ ]
 290              intestinum habeat   cunctis in rebus agendis              [ ]
 291               et devicta quasi   cogatur ferre patique,                [ ]?
 292               id facit exiguum   clinamen principiorum                 [ ]
 293               nec regione loci   certa nec tempore certo.              [ ]
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 294              Nec stipata magis   fuit umquam materiai                  [1]
 295                copia nec porro   maioribus intervallis.                [1]?
 296           nam neque adaugescit   quicquam neque deperit inde.          [ ]
 297            quapropter quo nunc   in motu principiorum                  [ ]
 298            corpora sunt, in eodem ante acta aetate fuere               [ ]!
 299            et posthac   semper simili   ratione ferentur,              [ ]
 300             et quae consuerint   gigni gignentur eadem                 [ ]
  
  
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 301            condicione et erunt   et crescent vique valebunt,           [ ]
 302       quantum cuique datum est   per foedera naturai.                  [u]
 303               nec rerum summam   commutare ulla potest vis;            [ ]
 304          nam neque, quo possit   genus ullum materiai                  [ ]
 305              effugere ex omni,   quicquam est extra, neque in omne     [ ]
 306              unde coorta queat   nova vis irrumpere et omnem           [ ]
 307                  naturam rerum   mutare et vertere motus.              [ ]
 308             Illud in his rebus   non est mirabile, quare,              [ ]
 309                omnia cum rerum   primordia sint in motu,               [ ]
 310              summa tamen summa   videatur stare quiete,                [ ]
 311           praeterquam   siquid proprio   dat corpore motus.            [ ]
 312             omnis enim   longe nostris   ab sensibus infra             [ ]
 313                primorum   natura iacet;   quapropter, ubi ipsa         [2]
 314           cernere iam nequeas,   motus quoque surpere debent;          [ ]
 315           praesertim cum, quae   possimus cernere, celent              [ ]
 316            saepe tamen   motus spatio   diducta locorum.               [ ]
 317             nam saepe in colli   tondentes pabula laeta                [ ]
 318            lanigerae   reptant pecudes   quo quamque vocantes          [ ]
 
  
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 319                invitant herbae   gemmantes rore recenti,               [ ]
 320                et satiati agni   ludunt blandeque coruscant;           [ ]?
 321             omnia quae   nobis longe   confusa videntur                [ ]
 322           et velut in   viridi candor   consistere colli.              [ ]
 323               praeterea magnae   legiones cum loca cursu               [ ]
 324            camporum   complent belli   simulacra cientes,              [ ]
 325           fulgor ibi ad caelum   se tollit totaque circum              [ ]
 326                aere renidescit   tellus subterque virum vi             [ ]
 327              excitur   pedibus sonitus   clamoreque montes             [ ]
 328                 icti reiectant   voces ad sidera mundi                 [ ]
 329              et circumvolitant   equites mediosque repente             [ ]
 330            transmittunt valido   quatientes impete campos.             [ ]
 331            et tamen est quidam   locus altis montibus unde             [ ]
 332           stare videntur et in   campis consistere fulgor.             [ ]
 333          Nunc age iam deinceps   cunctarum exordia rerum               [ ]
 334            qualia sint et quam   longe distantia formis                [ ]
 335            percipe, multigenis   quam sint variata figuris;            [ ]
 336            non quo multa parum   simili sint praedita forma,           [ ]
  
  
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 337             sed quia non vulgo   paria omnibus omnia constant.         [ ]
 338             nec mirum; nam cum   sit eorum copia tanta                 [ ]
 339            ut neque finis, uti   docui, neque summa sit ulla,          [ ]
 340                 debent nimirum   non omnibus omnia prorsum             [ ]
 341                 esse pari filo   similique adfecta figura.             [2]
 342           praeterea   genus humanum   mutaeque natantes                [2]
 343            squamigerum pecudes   et laeta armenta feraeque             [ ]
 344            et variae volucres,   laetantia quae loca aquarum           [ ]
 345          concelebrant   circum ripas   fontisque lacusque,             [ ]
 346             et quae pervulgant   nemora avia pervolitantes;            [ ]
 347            quorum unum quidvis   generatim sumere perge,               [ ]
 348            invenies   tamen inter se   differre figuris.               [ ]!
 349               nec ratione alia   proles cognoscere matrem              [ ]?
 350             nec mater   posset prolem;   quod posse videmus            [ ]
 351        nec minus atque homines   inter se nota cluere.                 [ ]
 352            nam saepe ante deum   vitulus delubra decora                [ ]
 353             turicremas propter   mactatus concidit aras                [ ]
 354            sanguinis exspirans   calidum de pectore flumen.            [ ]
 
  
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 355             at mater   viridis saltus   orbata peragrans               [ ]
 356       (?)non quit humi pedibus   vestigia pressa bisulcis,             [ ]
 357                omnia convisens   oculis loca si queat usquam           [ ]
 358             conspicere amissum   fetum, completque querelis            [ ]
 359         frondiferum   nemus adsistens   et crebra revisit              [ ]
 360             ad stabulum   desiderio   perfixa iuvenci,                 [ ]
 361            nec tenerae salices   atque herbae rore vigentes            [ ]
 362         fluminaque illa queunt   summis labentia ripis                 [ ]
 363               oblectare animum   subitamque avertere curam,            [ ]
 364            nec vitulorum aliae   species per pabula laeta              [ ]
 365                derivare queunt   animum curaque levare:                [ ]
 366           usque adeo   quiddam proprium   notumque requirit.           [ ]
 367             praeterea   teneri tremulis   cum vocibus haedi            [ ]
 368            cornigeras   norunt matres   agnique petulci                [ ]
 369              balantum pecudes:   ita, quod natura reposcit,            [ ]
 370            ad sua quisque fere   decurrunt ubera lactis.               [ ]?
 371               postremo quodvis   frumentum non tamen omne              [ ]
 372         quique suo   genere inter se   simile esse videbis,            [ ]!
  
  
  
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