Definition of Virgilian. Meaning of Virgilian. Synonyms of Virgilian

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Definition of Virgilian

Virgilian
Virgilian Vir*gil"i*an, a. [L. Virgilianus, better Vergilianus.] Of or pertaining to Virgil, the Roman poet; resembling the style of Virgil. [Spelt also Vergilian.] The rich Virgilian rustic measure Of Lari Maxume. --Tennyson.

Meaning of Virgilian from wikipedia

- important example of post-Virgilian response to the epic genre. Lucan's epic, the Bellum Civile, has been considered an anti-Virgilian epic, disposing of the...
- The Sortes Vergilianae (Virgilian Lots) is a form of divination by bibliomancy in which advice or predictions of the ****ure are sought by interpreting...
- Melpomene. Muses in po****r culture The Nine Muses Blyth, Charles (1990), Virgilian Tragedy and Troilus, 24, The Chaucer Review, pp. 211–218 Bruce Merry,...
- revolutionary claims regarding horse-hoeing husbandry and rejection of Virgilian, "old" husbandry presented in The Horse-Hoeing Husbandry drew fire from...
- Chapter 1, where Booth is talking to Miss Matthews). There are strong Virgilian overtones in Amelia. Fielding claimed, in his 28 January The Covent Garden...
- The Virgilian Progression is a literary term to define Virgil's progression in his career as a poet. This progression shows that Virgil moved from pastoral...
- The Virgilian series is the most recent part of the Pennsylvanian epoch in the North American geologic cl****ification series. In the older Appalachian...
- current in Roman po****r culture. Suetonius cites three instances in which Virgilian lines were quoted. C****ius Dio cites an instance of a praetorian tribune...
- the very act of writing a secular epic in a Germanic world represents Virgilian influence. Virgil was seen as the pinnacle of Latin literature, and Latin...
- Christi (Latin: [ˈkɛntoː wɛrɡɪlɪˈaːnʊs deː ˈlau̯dɪbʊs ˈkʰriːstiː]; A Virgilian Cento Concerning the Glory of Christ) is a Latin poem arranged by Faltonia...
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