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Поэма «Фасты» («Fasti»), посвящённая сказаниям, связанным с римским календарем, праздничным и священным дням (ценный источник для изучении римской религии). От неё сохранилось шесть книг (I-VI), охватывающих первую половину года древних римлян. Автор её крупнейший римский поэт Публий Овидий Назон ― Publius Ovidius Naso (20 марта forty three г. до н. э. – 18 г. н. э.). Поэма издана в серии в серии «The Loeb Classical Library» в одном томе, ― латинский текст, английский перевод, статьи и указатель

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Then the field submits to tillage and is renewed by the plough. " ^^^ Thus questioned I at length he answered prompt and tersely, throwing his words into twain " Midwinter is the beginning of the verses, thus new sun and the end of the old one. " : ; ; ; : ^^^ Next I wondered why the first day was not exempt from lawsuits. ** Hear the cause," quoth 13 OVID " tempora commisi nascentia rebus agendis, tot us ab auspicio ne foret annus iners. " ego, " cur, quamvis aliorum numina placem, mox lane, tibi primum tura merumque fero " ?

Looking down Rome. '' 18 the river ; on the river's left bank was FASTI, I. 227-256 but again in calm speech, as before, I addressed the god who bears the key "I have learned much indeed but why is the figure of a ship stamped on one side of the copper coin," and a two-headed figure on the other ? " " Under the double image," said he, " you might have recognized myself, if the long lapse of time had not worn the type away. Now for the reason of the ship. In a ship the sickle-bearing god came to the Tuscan river after wandering over the world.

Vis " 27. As from 1). wrong. 10 eo ; : so Cicero suggests, for Eanus {Nat. D. ii. for derivations, which are mostly Ovid has a craze FASTI, I. 104-134 observe the long, long ages of which my Yon lucid air and the three other bodies, fire, water, earth, were huddled all in one. When once, through the discord of its elements, the mass parted, dissolved, and went in diverse ways to seek new homes, flame sought the height, air filled the nearer space, while earth and sea sank in the middle deep. 'Twas then that I, till that time a mere ball, a shapeless lump, assumed the face and members of a god.

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