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Sunt, qui Iudaico cognatum dogma furori instituunt m edia Christum ratione secuti, hoc tantum, quod uerus homo est at caelitus illum adfirmant non esse D eum : pietate fatentur, m aiestate negant, morum pro laude sacratum concelebrant, adimunt naturae summa supernae.

Omne opus egregium, per quod sollertia pollens em icat, ingenii est aut roboris, illud acuto corde uiget, duris excellet uiribus istud. M ortale est sed utrumque homini ; nam cana senescunt ingenia et ualidos consumunt saecla lacertos. H aec nos in Domini uirtute et laude perenni non sequimur ; sequimur, nullo quod semine terrae germinat immundum quod non de lab e uirili sumit principium ; tener illum sem inat ignis, non caro nec sanguis patrius nec foeda uoluptas.

Intactam thalam i uirtus diuina puellam sincero adflatu per uiscera casta maritat. C lau d. Namque illic numerosa cohors sub principe tali militat horrendisque anim as circumsidet armis : ira, superstitio, moeror, discordia, luctus, sanguinis atra sitis, uini sitis, et sitis auri, liuor, adulterium , dolus, obtrectatio, furtum. Informes horrent facies habituque m inaces, ambitio uentosa tumet, doctrina superbit, personat eloquium, nodos fraus abdita nectit. Inde canina foro latrat facundia toto, hinc gerit H erculeam uilis sapientia clauam ostentatque suos uicatim gymnosofistas, incerat lapides fumosos idolatrix relligio et surdis pallens aduoluitur aris.

Heu quantis mortale genus premit improbus hostis arm igeris, quanto ferrata satellite ductor b ella gerit, quanta uictos dicione triumfat! Surgit in auxilium Chananeus atque agm ina denset, Casside terribilis, saetarum pondera mento concutiens dextramque graui cum cuspide quassans, ast alia de parte furens exercitus ardet regis Am orraei, tum m ilia Gergeseorum effundunt aciem toto uolitantia campo ; eminus hi feriunt, confligunt comminus illi.

Ecce Iebusiacae f eruent ad proelia turmae, aurea tela quibus de sanguine tincta draconis mortifero splendore nitent radiantque necantque. Necnon terrificas pilis armare cateruas te, Cittaee, iuuat, sed gens Ferezea sagittis insultat uirtute pari sed dispare ferro. Postrem um cuneum rex prom ouet Euuaeorum X Cor. L a postrera columna la m anda el rey de los heveos S II, 88 3. Im ita d o en la E cba sis captiiii, , His subnixa uiris scelerum peruersa potestas edom at inualidas mentes quae sim plicitate indociles bellique rudes sub foedere falso tristis am icitiae primum socia agm ina credunt m am m oneam que fidem pacis sub amore sequuntur.

M ox faciles ad uincla rapi iuga dura uolentes addictis subeunt ceruicibus et nebulonum spirituum iussis seruire ferocibus optant. Ille superuacuis augens patrimonia fundis finitim isque inhians contempto lim ite agellis 'ducitur innexus m anicis et m ille catenis ante trium fales currus post terga reuinctus nec se barbaricis addictum sentit habenis.

Hic qui uentosae scandis fastigia fam ae inflaturque cauo pom pae popularis honore, qui summum solidumque bonum putat ambitionis crescere suoctessu praeconum uoce trementes exanim are reos, miserorum in corpora fasces frangere, terribiles legum exercere secures, in laqueum iam colla dedit, iam compede dura nectitur et pedibus seruilia uincula limat. Num latet aut dubium est animas de semine Iacob exilium gentile pati, quas Persica regna captiuas retinent, atque in sua foedera cogunt?

Creed, cautivos -mortales, a los que y a tienen condenados las mazmorras enem igas, a los que la virtud m al entendida oprime con la servidumbre de las -penas. C laud. Quem qui rite suis per propugnacula muris nouerit insertum seque ac sua moenia uallo praecingat triplici celsa stans eminus arce, fretus amore petrae castis et peruigil armis, non illum regina T yri, non accola m agni Eufratis Parthus rapiet, non decolor Indus tempora pinnatis redimitus nigra sagittis.

Quin si fulmineos cogens ad bella gigantas Allofilus tua castra uelit delere tyrannus, tutus eris nec te firma statione mouebit Nam uanum quidquid sol aspicit, ex elem entis cuncta solubilibus fluxo que creamine constant. His conluctamur praedonibus, ut sacra nobis oris apostolici testis sententia prodit. Nemo habitum naturae aut inritam ina peccans corporis accuset ; facile est frenare rebelles adfectus carnis nimiosque retundere pulsus m ateriae fragilis et uiscera uicta domare.

Quippe animus longe praestantior, utpote summo aethere demissus ; subiectos si uelit artus imperio quassare graui iussisque seueris dedere, regnanti domino uis nulla resistit. Parthica non aeque uentos transcurrit harundo, cuius iter nullus potis est comprendere uisus ; praepes enim uolucres dum pinnis transuolat auras, improuisa uenit, nec stridor nuntiat ante aduentum leti, quam pectoris abdita rumpat securam rapiens m edicato uulnere uitam.

Sed magis aligera est m agis et m edicata sagitta, quam iacit umbrosi dominatio lubrica mundi eludens excussa oculos calam ique uolantis praepete transcursu cordis penetralia figens. Nostra itidem diros urente propagine natos pectora parturiunt, uersis qui protinus in nos morsibus insuescunt gignentum uiuere poenis ; depopulantur enim nimium fecunda parentum uiscera et interitu genitalis stirpis aluntur. Progeniem uerum ille suam rex utpote summus atque Dei uates pariturae et uirginis auctor tristibus atque piis uariauerat, ut Salomonis frater Abessalon sereret sua crimina iustis pigneribus, dulcem que domum turbaret amaris.

Nos dignum SaJlomone nihil, nos degener im plet solus A bessalon lacerans pia uiscera ferro. Si licet ex ethnicis quidquam praesum ere uel si Nupta uoluptatis ui saucia mordicus haustum frangit amatoris blanda inter foedera guttur infusasque bibit caro pereunte saliuas.

Nam quia nascendi nullus patet exitus aluus fetibus in lucem nitentibus excruciata carpitur atque uiam lacerata per ilia pandit. Tandem obitu altricis prodit grex ille dolorum ingressum uitae uix eluctatus et ortum iper scelus exculpens, lambunt natale cadaver reptantes catuli, proles dum nascitur orba haud experta diem, m iserae nisi postum a matris. Tunc praegnans letale genus concepta m aligni fert opera ingenii d e sem ine complicis hydri, quem poenis pensare prius sua facta necesse est corruptae pro stupro anim ae proque orbe perempto.

Ipsam porro animam crudelia uulnera carpunt m ille puerperiis, suboles dum parturit ex se contra naturam genitas, peccam ina crebra scilicet et pastos materno funere natos. Hinc illa est domini iusta obiurgatio Christi : «Nonne pater daemon, uos increpo, peccatores, concubitu carnis semen sitientis iniquum uos genuit? Sentio, quam contra m olieat p ellacia litem , quo dente obnitens spinosa calum nia pugnet nosque lacessito uocet ad luctam ina uero.

Condidit ergo malum dominus, quod spectat ab alto, et patitur fierique probat, tam quam ipse crearit ; ipse creauit enim, quod, cum discludere possit, non abolet longoque sinit grassarier usu. Quis ferat haec iniecta Deo conuicia, qui se diuinis meminit praecellere nobilitatum m uneribus? Qui si foret auctor seruatorque mali, numquam post damna salutis peccantum que obitus rediuiuam ferre m edellam uellet et amissos ope instaurare secunda.

Juvenal, 3, : e x forn ice nati, Lactancio, I n st. Juvenal, 1, 85 : quidquid agunt hom ines, Lactancio, E p it. In st. El incendio devora todas las cosas de los sodomitas y los castiga por decreto de Cristo. S II, ; ss. En tiempo de Prudencio existieron dos Olibrios : el uno, prefecto de la ciudad bajo el consulado segundo de Valentiniano y Valente, y otro, su hijo, que obtuvo el consulado.

Statius, Theb. Pasa a hablar de la credulidad de la plebe. Iu u en. I quique terit silicem uariis discursibus atram et quem panis alit gradibus dispensus ab altis aut V aticano tumulum sub monte frequentat, quo c i n i s i il e la t e t g e n it o r i s a m a b i l i s obses, coetibus aut magnis Laterani adcurrit ad aedes, unde sacrum referat leg ali chrismate,, signum.

Si consulta Patrum subsistere conscriptorum non aliter licitum prisco sub tempore, quam si ter centum sensisse senes legerentur in unum, seruemus leges patrias ; infirma minoris uox cedat numeri paruaque in parte silescat. Aspice, quam pleno subsellia nostra senatu decernant infame Iouis puluinar et omne idolium longe purgata ex urbe fugandum! Lactancio In st. Migne, P L 60, col. Es una apologia del cristianismo frente a la gentilidad en toda regla. Clamor nauticus aethera plangens atque ululans ferit cum stridore rudentium nec quidquam suberat spei m ergendis prope naufragis, cum Christum procul aspicit pallens turba periculis calcantem pedibus mare, acsi per solidam uiam 20 siccum litus obambulet.

H aec m iracula ceteri uectores pauidi stupent, solus non trepidus Petrus agnoscit Dominum poli i. Claro testimonio del primado de San Pedro. M ueve en Ja noche el viento de forma que revuelve las aguas y azota violentam ente a la navecilla. El clamor de los marinos llegaba a las estrellas y se m ezclaban los suspiros con el chirriar de las maromas. Pedro 30 obedece la orden, mas em pezaban a mojarse sus pies y a hundirse en el agua, resbalando su pisada.

Dios amo- 35 nesta a Pedro que, si no es con una fe firme, no puede andar sobre las aguas ni seguir a Cristo. II Hactenus et ueterum cunabala prima deorum et causas, quibus error hebes conflatus in orbe est, diximus, et nostro Romam iam credere Christo ; nunc obiecta legam , nunc dictis dicta refellam. Non aris, non farre m olae uictoria felix exorata uenit ; labor impiger, aspera uirtus, vis anim i excellens, ardor, molentia, cura hanc tribuunt, durum tractandis robur in armis.

Quae si defuerint bellantibus, aurea quamuis i. Los vv. S I, s. Se refiere el poeta a A rc a d io y Honorio. Si esto falta a los brosio. A juzgar por el v. Puech, P ru den ce, p. Allard, Pruden ce historien, en «Revue des Questions Historiques»,. Il marmoreo in templo rutilas Victoria pinnas explicet et multis surgat formata talentis, non aderit uersisque offensa uidebitur hastis.

Quid, miles, propriis diffisus uiribus aptas inrita fem ineae tibim et solatia formae? Numquam pinnigeram legio ferrata puellam uidit, anhelantum regeret quae tela uirorum. V incendi quaeris dominam? Sic unum sectantur iter, sic inania rerum somnia concipiunt et Homerus et acer A pelles et Numa cognatumque m alum pigm enta, cam enae, idola ; conualuit fallendi trina potestas.

Desine, si pudor est, gentilis ineptia, tandem res incorporeas simulatis fingere membris, desine terga hominis plum is obducere: frustra fertur auis mulier m agnusque eadem dea uultur. V is decorare tuum, ditissim a Roma, senatum? Suspende exuuias armis et sanguine captas, congere caesorum uictrix diadem ata regum, Nunca pudieron ver las legiones a la alad a doncella que dirigiera las saetas de los soldados anhelantes.

D eja de cubrir de plumas las espaldas d el hombre. D escuelga los despojos ganados con las armas y con Sobre estos versos, c. Pauly-W issowa, Real E n e. Sobre Atis, cf. II frange repulsorum foeda ornamenta ideorum. Enumerat longi uim temporis, excitat ipsam crinibus albentem niueis et fronte uietam, ore reposcentem querulo sua numina Romam : «L ibera sum, liceat proprio mihi uiuere more ; ecquis erit, qui m ille meos reprehenderit annos?

Nam cum diuinis agimus de rebus et illum, 95 qui uel principio caruit uel fine carebit, quique chao anterior fuerit mundumque coniectare animo contendimus, exigua est uis humani ingenii tantoque angusta labori. San Paulino Nol:, Carm. Todos estamos puestos bajo el mismo sol, todos respiramos el mismo aire.

Po csie, pp. Contesta el poeta, armado con la fe, ai orador latino. II Quippe minor natura aciem si intendere temptet acrius ac penetrare Dei secreta supremi, quis dubitet uicto fragilem lassescere uisu uimque fatigatae mentis sub pectore paruo turbari inualidisque hebetem subcumbere curis? M uneris auctores ipso de munere pendas : aeterna aeternus tribuit, m ortalia confert mortalis, diuina Deus, peritura caducus. Omnia, quae tempus peragit quaeque exitus aufert, uilia sunt breuitate sui, nec digna perenni largitore, cui propria est opulentia, numquam desinere idque homini dare, quod non desinat umquam.

Nam si corruptum corrumpendumue Deus quid praestat habetque nihil, quod sit pretiosius istis, pauper et infirmus et summo indignus honore et non omnipotens sed inanis numinis umbra est. Hac ratione fides sapienter conicit, immo non dubitat, uerum esse Deum,. Nam 'quantum subiecta situ tellus iacet infra diuiditurque ab humo conuexi regia caeli, tantum uestra meis distant m undana futuris, dira bonis, scelerata piis, tenebrosa serenis.

Quidquid obire potest, fugiatis, censeo, 'quidquid naturae ratione capit uitium atque senescit, pro nihilo, in nihilum quia sunt reditura, putetis. Cuncta quidem, quae gignit humus, quae continet, ipSe principio institui nitidoque insignia mundo ornamenta dedi speciosaque semina finxi, sed tam en esse modum uolui parcisque fruenda moribus indulsi, quantum moribundus et aeger corporis ac uitae uolucris sibi posceret usus, Sedulio Carm.

W eym aun, o. L act. S ed quid ego h aec'm editor? Nil uos, o miseri, physicorum dogmata fallant! Interea, dum mixta uiget substantia in unum, sit memor auctoris proprii, ueneretur et oret artificem submissa suum. Non condidit alter 17 6. A m a n u estro poeta los n om bres e n -amen, e tc.

Yo, que m u e rto. II H aec domus apta m ihi est, haec me pulcherrim a sedes accipit, 'aeterno caelestique hospite digna. A n ueterem tantum morem ratione relicta eligis et dici id patitur sapientis a c u m e n ingemumque iuri? C laucl. Adripe dilatam tua, dux, in tempora famam, - quodque patri superest, successor laudis habeto : ille urbem uetuit taurorum sanguine tingui, tu mortes miserorum hominum prohibeto litari.

Nullus in urbe cadat, cuius sit poena uoluptas, nec sua uirginitas oblectet caedibus ora. Hic calentes hausit undas caede tinctus duplici, inlitas cruore sancto nunc harenas incolae confrequentant obsecrantes uoce, uotis, munere. Nemo puras ihic rogando frustra congessit preces, laetus hinc tersis reuertit supplicator fletibus 15 omne, quod iustum poposcit, impetratum sentiens.

T anta pro nostris periclis cura suffragantium est, non sinunt inane ut ullus uoce murmur fuderit, audiunt statim que ad aurem regis aeterni ferunt. L a fecunda tierra ibera es gloriosa en todo el mundo por esta corona. Pulchra res ictum sub ense persecutoris pati, nobilis per uulnus amplum porta iustis panditur, 30 lota mens in fonte rubro sede cordis exilit. Caesaris uexilla linquunt, eligunt signum crucis 35 proque uentosis draconum, quos gerebant, palliis praeferunt insigne lignum, quod draconem subdidit.

V ile censent expeditis ferre dextris spicula, m achinis murum ferire, castra fossis cingere, im pias manus cruentis inquinare stragibus. C 10, C 1, go. Career inligata duris colla bacis impedit, barbaras forum per omne tortor exercet manus, ueritas crimen putatur, uox fidelis plectitur. Hic duorum cara fratrum concalescunt pectora, fida quos per omne tempus iunxerat sodalitas, starit parati ferre, quidquid sors tulisset ultima, 55 seu foret praebenda ceruix ad bipennem publicam uerberum post uim crepantum, post catastas igneas, siue pardis offerendum pectus aut leonibus.

Sit satis, quod capta primo uita sub chirografo debitum persoluit omne functa rebus Caesaris tempus est Deo rependi, quidquid est proprium Dei. Ite, signorum magistri et uos, tribuni, absistite, 65 aureos auferte torques, sauciorum praem ia! Clara nos hinc angelorum iam uocant stipendia. Dulce cosa parece a los santos e l ser quemados, dulce el ser atravesados por el hierro. Baste el que fuera arrebatada la vida por el primer compromiso.

Y a es tiempo de dar a Dios lo que es propio de Dios. O ue-tustatis silentis obsoleta obliuio! Inuidentur ista nobis fam a et ipsa extinguitur, chartulas blasfem us olim nam satelles abstulit, ne tenacibus libellis erudita saecula ordinem, tempus modumque passionis proditum dulcibus linguis per aures posterorum spargerent. Hoc tam en solum uetusta subtrahunt silentia, iugibus longum catenis an capillum pauerint, quo uiros dolore tortor -quaue pompa orn auerit.

Illa laus occulta non est nec senescit tempore, m issa. Illius fidem figurans nube fertur anulus, hic sui dat pignus oris, ut ferunt, orarium, -quae superno rapta flatu lucis intrant intimum. V idit hoc conuen-tus adstans, ipse uidit carnifex et manum repressit haerens ac stupore obpalluit, sed tamen peregit ictum, ne periret gloria. Iamne credis, bruta quondam Vasconum gentilitas, quam isacrum crudelis error immolarit sanguinem? Cerne, quam -palam -feroces hic -domentur -daemones, qui lupino ca-pta rictu deuorant praecordia, strangulant mentes et i-psas seque miscent sensibus.

Tunc suo iam plenus -hoste sistitur furens homo spumeas -efflans saliuas, cruda torquens lumina, expiandus quaestione non suorum criminum. Esto mismo se nos envidia, y se extingue la mism a fam a. Entonces, un hombre furioso, lleno de su enemigo, se planta echando salivas espumosas, retorciendo sus encendidos ojos, y h ay que purgarlo n o precisam ente de sus pecados. I A udias, nec tortor adstat, heiulatus flebiles, scinditur per flagra corpus, nec flagellum cernitur, crescit et suspensus ipse uinculis latentibus.

H is modis spurcum latronem martyrum uirtus quatit, h aec coercet, torquet, urit, haec catenas incutit, praedo uexatus relictis se m edullis exuit. Quid loquar purgata longis alb a morbis corpora, algidus cum decoloros horror artus concutit, hic tumor uultum relinquit, hic color uerus redit?

State nunc, hym nite, m atres, pro receptis paruulis, coniugum salute laeta uox maritarum strepat, sit dies haec festa nobis, sit sacratum gaudium! A rgenteis scyfis ferunt fum are sacrum sanguinem auroque nocturnis sacris adstare fixos cereos.

Tum sum m a cura est fratribus, ut serm o testatur loquax, o fferre fundis uenditis sestertiorum milia. A ddicta auorum praedia foedis sub auctionibus successor exheres gemit sanctis egens parentibus. H aec occuluntur abditis ecclesiarum in angulis et sum m a pietas creditur nudare dulces liberos. D eprom e thesauros, malis suadendo quos praestrigiis exaggeratos obtines, nigrante quos claudis specu. Hoc poscit usus publicus, hoc fiscus, hoc aerarium, ut dedita stipendiis ducem iuuet pecunia.

En Caesar agnoscit suum nom ism a nummis inditum. El emperador reconoce su im agen impresa en las monedas. Ni fallor, haud ullam tuus signat Deus pecuniam , ' nec, cum ueniret, aureos secum , Filippos detulit, praecepta sed uerbis dedit, inaiiis a marsupio. Sed nec recuso prodere locupletis arcam numinis, uulgabo cuncta et proferam, pretiosa -quae Christus tenet.

Pepigere tem pus tridui, laudatus inde absoluitur Laurentius, sponsor sui WO e t sponsor ingentis lucri. Tribus p er urbem cursitat diebus infirma agmina om nesque, qui poscunt stipem, cogens in unum et congregans. T ales plateis omnibus exquirit, adsuetos ali ecclesiae matris penu, iquos ipse promus nouerat. R ecenset exim singulos scribens uiritim nomina, longo et locatos ordine adstare pro tem plo iubet.

Tum m artyr: «Adsistas uelim coram que dispostas opes m irere, quas noster Deus praediues in sanctis habet. Ventum ad sacratam ianuam , stabant cateruae pauperum inculta uisu exam ina. L ucr. M arcell. Morate, P lin io , Nal. S til. Indignus agnosco et scio, quem Christus ipse exaudiat ; sed p e r patronos m artyras potest m edellam consequi. A u di benignus supplicem Ohristi reum Prudentium et seruientem corpori absolue uinclis saeculi!

Paroximus occiduo locus est, qui tulit hoc decus egregium, urbe potens, populis locuples, sed mfa ge sanguine m artyrii uirgineoque potens titulo. Ingreditur pedibus laceris p er loca senta situ et uepribus angelico com itata choro et, licet horrida nox sileat, lucis h abet tam en illa ducem. Non aliter pia uirgo uiam nocte secuta diem meruit nec tenebris adoperta fuit, regna C anopica cum fugeret et super astra pararet iter. Cf, E x, 14, zo. En ego sum daem onicis inimica sacris, idola protero sub pedibus, pectore et ore Deum fateor.

M axim ianus, opum dominus, et tam en ipse cliens lapidum , prostituat uoueatque suis numinibus caput ipse suum, pectora cur generosa quatit? Soluere rem fragilem facile est, non penetrabitur interior exagitante dolore animus.

Todos son m endaces, todos son la nada. Quam cuperem tam en ante necem, si potis est, reuocare tuam, torua puellula, nequitiam! R espice, gaudia quanta metas, Nec m ora, carnifices gemini iuncea pectora dilacerant et latus ungula uirgmeum pulsat utrim que et ad ossa secat E ulalia num erante notas. No se hacen esperar ; sendos verdugos le arrancan sus pechos gemelos y el garfio horrible abre de una y otra parte sus costados y llega hasta los huesos mientras Eulalia. V ltim a carnificina dehinc: non laceratio uulnifica crate tenus nec arata cutis, flam m a sed undique lam padibus jn latera stom achum que furit.

Emicat inde colum ba repens m artyris os niue candidior uisa relinquere et astra seq u i; spiritus hic erat Eulaliae lacteolus, celer, innocuus. V idit et ipse satelles auem fem inae ab ore m eare palam , Hic, ubi m arm ore perspicuo atria lumin! Carpite purpureas uiolas sanguineosque crocos m etite! Ista comantibus e foliis m unera, uirgo puerque, date! Los resplandecientes techos brillan siempre con sus antorchas de oro y el pavimento aparece combinado de m anera que lo creyeras un prado en que se mezclaran las flores y las rosas.

Sic uenerarier ossa libet ossibus altar et impositum, illa D ei sita sub pedibus prospicit haec populosque suos carmine propitiata fouet. A poc. H aec ipsa uirtus iusserat, rubrum salum dehiscere, patente dum fundo aridum secura plebs iter terit. Como en C 10, 31, uiscera equivale a membra.

Tertuliano, De patientia, S II, A ; S II, ss. Consulta a, Pirra. El despreciar los templos es despreciar al em perador. Hoc, opto, lumen imperator nouerit tuus m eusque, si uelit fieri meus : nam si resistit Christiano nomini, meus ille talis imperator non erit, scelus iubenti, crede, numquam seruiam. Statis, m anusque continetis uindices?

Nitendo anhelant, diffluunt sudoribus, cum sit quietus heros, in quem saeuiunt. H aec inter addit sponte Romanus loqui: «Si quaeris, o praefecte, uerum noscere, hoc omne, quidquid lancinamur, non dolet. Dolet, quod error pectori insedit tuo, populos quod istos perditus teeum trahis. Currqnt frequentes undique ad spectaculum, gentile uulgus, heu, gem enda corpora, crudumque nostrae sortis exemplum tremunt. A udite cuncti, clamo longe ac praedico, emitto uocem de catasta celsior : Christus paternae gloriae splendor, Deus, rerum creator, noster idem particeps spondet salutem perpetem credentibus, anim ae salutem, sola quae non occidit, sed iuge durans dispares casus subit : aut luce fulget aut tenebris mergitur, Christum secuta Patris intrat gloriam, disiuncta Christo mancipatur tartaro.

M edere, quaeso, carnifex, tantis malis, concide, carpe fomitem peccaminum, fac, ut resecto 'debilis carnis situ dolore ab omni mens supersit libera nec gestet ultra quod tyrannus amputet. Nec terrearis turba circumstantium : hoc perdo solum, quod peribit omnibus, regi, clienti pauperique et diuiti. Sic uernularum, sic senatorum caro tabescit, imo cum sepulcro condita est.

Iactura uilis mordet et damnum leue, si, quo carendum est, perdere extimescimus. Cur, quod necesse est, non uoluntas occupat, natura cur non uertit in rem gloriae? Sed praemiorum forma quae sit fortibus, uideam us, illa nem pe, quae numquam perit.

Caelo refusus subuolabit spiritus. Dei Parentis perfruetur lumine regnante Christo stans in arce regia. Quandoque caelum ceu liber plicabitur; cadet rotati solis in terram globus, sferam ruina menstrualem distruet, Deus superstes solus et iusti simul cum sempiternis permanebunt angelis. Contemne praesens utile, o prudens 'homo, -quod term inandum, quod relinquendum est tibi, omitte corpus, rem sepulcri et funeris. Tende ad futuram gloriam, perge ad Deum, agnosce, qui sis, uince mundum et saecu lu m!

Exemplum ad istud nitere, o fortis puer, generosa prolis matris et potentia! Omnes capaces esse uirtutum Pater mandauit annos, nem inem excepit diem ipsis triunfos adnuens uagitibus. M ach. Linguam deinde longe ab ore protrahens scalpellum in usque guttur insertans agit.

Que se presente un tal que sep a curar los huesos dislocados y componerlos cuando se han roto por las junturas. Ella, libertina, se h a lanzado con movimiento procaz contra nuestros dioses y ha profanado el antiguo derecho divino, y atrevida, no ha dudado en injuriar al mismo em perador.

Inridet hoc A sclepiades laetior, addit deinde: «Numquid inclementius, sicut solebas, es paratus dicere? V is scire nostri numinis potentiam? Rom ano : os en im erat cithara, lingua- p lectrum; H o m il. V irg'. O ptim e igitur Quintilianus in Fanatico, etc.

S obre este p oem a pru d en cian o se ha escrito bastan te : G. Laurent, de St. I lim , Dam. Ep igr. E li los vv. Oscula perspicuo figunt impressa metallo, balsam a diffundunt, fletibus ora rigant. Nec minus Alfcanis acies se candida portis explicat et longis ducitur ordinibus, exultant fremitus «ariarum ihinc inde uiarum, indigena et Picens, plebs et Etrusca uenit. V ix capiunt patuli populorum gaudia campi haeret et in m agnis densa cohors spatiis. Angustum tantis illud specus e s s e cateruis haud dubium est, am pla fauce licet pateat.

V I Cons. A t medios aperit tractus uia latior alti culminis exsurgens editiore apice. P lena laborantes aegre domus accipit undas artaque confertis aestuat in foribus maternum pandens gremium, quo condat alumnos a c fo u e a t fe to s a d c u m u la t a s in u s. Si bene commemini, colit hunc puldherrima Roma idibus Augusti mensis, ut ipsa uocat prisco more diem, quem te quoque, sancte m agister, annua festa inter dinumerare uelim.

Inter sollemnes Cypriani ueil Cheledoni Eulaliaeque dies currat et iste tibi. R a p t 3, s, : sic crine fruaris sem per A p ollineo, aeumn mater agas. E strofa: a rq u ilo q u ia cuarta. Rom am per omnem cursitant ouantque. Scit Tiberina palus, quae flumine lam bitur propinquo, binis dicatum caespitem tropeis, 10 et crucis et gladii testis, quibus inrigans easdem bis fluxit im ber sanguinis per iherbas.

Prim a Petrum rapuit sententia legibus Neronis, pendere iussum praem inente ligno. Figitur ergo m anus subter, sola uersus in cacumen, ihoc mente maior, quod minor figura. Vt teres orbis iter flexi rota percucurrit anni diem que eumdem sol reduxit ortus, i. Iob 33, 39 ; Lc. Spiritus ille Dei, qui fluxerat auctor in profetas, 10 fontibus eloquii te caelitus actus inrigauit. O niue candidius linguae, genus, o nouum saporem! Ut liquor ambrosius cor mitigat, imbuit palatum , sedem anim ae penetrat, mentem fouet et pererrat artus, sic Deus interius sentitur et inditur medullis.

Derat apostolicis scriptis opulentus executor, eligitur locuples facundia, quae doceret orbem quaeque uoluminibus P auli fam ulata disputaret, quo m age cruda hominum praecordia perpolita nossent 20 siue timoris opus seu m ystica uel profunda Christi.

Vnus erat iuuenum doctissimus artibus sinistris : fraude pudicitiam perfringere, nil sacrum putare i. Por el martirio es del A frica, pero es nuestro por su amor y por su lengua. Luxuriae rabiem tantae cohibet repente Christus, discutit et tenebras de pectore, pellit et furorem, im plet amore sui, dat credere, dat pudere facti.

Iamque figura alia est quam quae fuit, oris et nitoris : exuitur tenui uultus cute, transit in seueram , deflua caesaries compescitur ad breues capillos, ipse modesta loqui, spem quaerere, regulam tenere, uiuere iustitiam Christi, penetrare dogm a nostrum. His igitur meritis dignissimus usque episcopale prouehitur solium doctor, capit et sedile summum. V alerianus opum princeps erat atque Gallienus : constituere simul poenam capitis Deum fatenti.

M ilia terrigenum spurcissim a iusserant sacrari ; contra animos populi doctor Cyprianus incitabat, ne quis ab egregiae uirtutis honore discreparet neu fidei pretium quis sum ere degener timeret. Se fore principium pulchrae necis et ducem cruoris seque caput gladio submittere, sanguinem dicare ; qui sociare animam Christo uelit, ut comes sequatur.

His ubi corda uirum Christo calefacta praeparauit, ducitur ante alios proconsule perfurente uinctus. Antra latent T yriae Carthaginis, abditis reposta, conscia tartareae caliginis, abdicata soli. Clausus in his specubus sanctus Cyprianus et catena nexus utram que manum nomen Patris invocat supremi : «Omnipotens genitor Christi Deus et creator orbis, Christe, parens hominis, quem diligis et uetas perire! Cingit coronis interea Deus frontem duabus m artyris innubae ; unam decem plex ed ita sexies m erces perenni lum ine conficit, centenus extat fructus in altera.

Nil non pudicum est, quod p ia uisere dignaris almo uel pede tangere. In tr. En seguida, la serpiente vencedora, cubre su desnudez con hojas de higuera. E cce Dei famulis scissim freta R ubra dehiscunt,, 35 cum peccatores rabidos eadem freta m ergant: obruitur Farao, patuit uia lib era M oysi. X I,—«Ma n n a et c o t v r n ic e s Panibus angelicis albent tentoria patrum. Certa fides facti: tenet urceus aureus exim seruaturn m anna ; ingratis uenit altera nubis atque auidos carnis saturat congesta coturnix.

X III. M oyses sanctus a it: «Lignum date, gurgitem in istum conicite, in dulcem ueitentur am ara saporem. Hospita sanctorum m eretrix, tanta est fidei uis, incolumi secura domo spectabile coccum ignibus aduersis in signum sanguinis offert. Tem pus adest, quo templum hominis sub pectore Christus aedificet, iquod Graia colant, quod barbara ditent. Introducido luego en la corte del rey, se hace pronto guerrero y derroca a Goliat con su chasqueante honda.

Vrbs hominem Christum genuit qui Christus agebat ante Deus, quam sol fieret, quam lucifer esset. Se adm ira la M adre de tantos obsequios como traen al Hiio y de que ella h aya engendrado al Dios hombre y al R ey de los reyes. Inueniunt tectum pannis, praesepe iacenti cuna erat ; exultant alacres et numen adorant.

X X X IV ,—P a s s i o iI o h a n n is P raem ia saltatrix poscit funebria uirgo Iohannis caput abscissum quod lance reportet incestae ad gremium matris ; fert regia donum psaltria respersis manibus de sanguine iusto.

X X X V II,—Q v i n q v e et o v o p is c e s Quinque Deus panes fregit piscesque gemellos, his hominum large saturauit m ilia quinque ; implentur nimio micarum fragmine corbes bis seni aeternae tanta est opulentia mensae. Con los restos se llenan doce canastos. El monumento de donde salieron los miembros del difunto y a putrefacto queda con las puertas abiertas. X LV II. X LVII. Approbat tam en Deus pedestre carmen et benignus audit.

M ilita diuitis domo sita est per omnes angulos supellex: 15 fulget aureus scyfus nec aere defit expolita peluis, est et olla fictilis grauisque et am pla argentea est parabsis, sunt eburn'a quaepiam , 20 nonnulla quercu sunt cauata et ulmo. Dios Padre los dones de su conciencia, en que abunda intensamente el alm a feliz. T iene otros m uebles de marfil, otros de encina y de olmo. Attarnen uel infimam Deo obsequellam praestitisse prodest. Quidquid illud accidit, iuuabit ore personasse Christum 35 Quiero ofrecer a la Iglesia m i presente de b.

Sea lo que quiera, siento el placer inmenso de haber cantado a Cristo, por cuyo amor vivo. Ham artigeni. A ! C 9, A H H 34il. O 3, 96 ss. O 3, A 85B. O 10, Pe 5 , Ps p r ' Pe 10, C 2, O 6, D C 12, O 12, O 12, C 5, Pe 6, P or error m aterial, en el C a t h.

PC 7, P s Ps C 7, Pe 12, C 4, P e , O 9, C 11, P s , I. O laud. L aot. P yrram P yrram consule Q uintilian um , Q uirinali Q uirino Q uirinum Q uirinus Q uirites Q uirinali togae seruire Q uirinum pCacitum Deo Q uirinus u t em inens os circum tulit Pe 4, S II Pe 7, H« Pe S IX Q uiritum Pe 2, D XVI. R atio arm ip otens R atio n is R em i populo S I Rhenus S 1 R om a subd ita Christo tsm iit R om a Deo S I I Pe 2 , R om a c a e la stis sibi legit P e 2, R o m a pollet au spicato comdita R om a p lacet Tjabem, R om a, tu is in ie r a j id olis G aud ete S I A rp in as consul!

R om a, saecu li sum m um capu t P e 10, R om ae F legeto n tia uicfcima R om ae S Rom ae Pe 2, 4. R om ana R om an is R om anorum. R om anos R om anum R om anus R om an us R om ulea R om uleis Rom uleo R om uli Rom ulus R om am Rom am tibi, Ohrigte, d ic ata m S XI Rom am dico liiros When dissyllabic and accented on the first syllable, they are called trochaic:. When trisyllabic and accented on the second syllable, they are amphibrachs; Mena:.

The terms given marked in Latin a quantitative division into feet, while in Spanish they denote only accentual conditions. But all verses are not subjected rigorously to rhythmical division according to the types explained. In trochaic and iambic verses not exceeding eight syllables in length xxxiii and not intended for singing, no accent is obligatory except that of the last division or foot. The rhythmical nature of the composition then depends upon the regular recurrence of this final accent.

Not all accents satisfy the rhythmical requirements in a verse. Insufficient accents are those of the prepositions that have one contra , para , etc. The different kinds of verse. In naming Spanish verse forms, all syllables, even those after the final accent, are taken into account.

The longest trochaic verse is the octosyllabic. In its typical form it has four accents, viz. But only one of the rhythmical accents is necessary, viz. For the purposes of singing, the third syllable should be stressed as well as the seventh. Compositions in six-syllabled verses, with the accent on the fifth syllable hexasyllables , may have the trochaic xxxiv metre, but are likely to intermingle the trochees with amphibrachs; e.

Four-syllabled tetrasyllabic trochaic lines may accent the first and third syllables, but only the accent on the third syllable is requisite; Iriarte:. When it alternates with other longer verses, the four-syllabled trochaic is called the verso quebrado. At all events, the only necessary rhythmical accents are those on the sixth and the twelfth syllable. An older form of the alexandrine also existed see below. The eleven-syllabled iambic line is called the heroic xxxv verse, from its use in epics, or the hendecasyllable see below.

The nine-syllabled iambic verse is of French origin. The perfect type, with accents on the second, fourth, sixth and eighth syllables, is seen in. The seven-syllabled iambic the heptasyllabic or anacreontic verse has a necessary accent on the sixth syllable; Villegas:.

In songs the fourth syllable is also stressed. Some modern poets have imitated this alexandrine, avoiding the hiatus, however. The five-syllabled pentasyllabic iambic verse has a xxxvi necessary stress on the fourth syllable. In this line the iambics easily yield to dactyls; e.

Here, verses 2 and 4 are typical iambic pentasyllables, 1 and 3 have only the requisite accent on the fourth syllable, 5 and 6 are dactylic. Twelve-syllabled dodecasyllabic amphibrachs were xxxvii formerly of much use and were called versos de arte mayor ; e.

Properly there should be four accents, viz. The iambic hendecasyllable or heroic verse. The latter two forms are always introduced into a composition according to some design. The typical form with five accents is rare:. All these accents are not necessary, but one of two main schemes of accentuation must be followed; viz. Sapphic verse. The full requirements are:. Requirements 1 , 4 and 5 must be met; the others may occasionally be neglected, thus the accent of the first syllable is lacking in Villegas:.

Every sapphic is a good heroic hendecasyllable, but not all heroic hendecasyllables are good sapphics, since the latter are heroics subjected to certain conditions. Adonic verse. It is really the first hemistich of a sapphic, and in strophic arrangement the two are always associated; cf.

The strict laws of the sapphic and adonic are sometimes infringed. Still, as b and v represent the same sound, they may rhyme together, acaba — esclava , recibo — cautivo. A word should not form consonantal rhyme with itself; although, at times, a simplex is found rhyming with a derivative precio — menosprecio or two derivatives rhyme with each other menosprecio — desprecio.

Similar suffixes verbal, substantival, adjectival, etc. Adverbs in mente should not rhyme together. A series of assonances is offensive in verses having consonantal rhyme, as that in e—o in these four verses of Garcilaso:. Words having a weak accent or none at all, e. Consonantal rhyme may extend to three or more words as in sonnets, octaves, terza rima , but combinations of three successive rhymes are not very common.

Occasionally xli inner rhyme is found cf. Penults may assonate arbitrarily with antepenults, but the effect is better when penults assonate with penults and antepenults with antepenults. But little use is made in rhyme of words accented on a syllable preceding the antepenult.

In the final unaccented syllable, as the result of an obscured pronunciation, i and u , if not in diphthongs, assonate as e and o respectively, e. In strophic compositions, unrhymed antepenults may terminate certain lines occurring at regular intervals in the poem. Consonant rhyme should be avoided in assonanced poems. In modern Spanish, the assonance of alternate lines is the rule, and, if the composition is short, the one assonance may run all the way through it.

Blank verse. Into compositions in verso suelto consonantal rhyme may, however, enter, particularly at the end of the chief sections into which the subject matter is divided. One of the more common forms is the romance strophe. This generally consists of four verses having the same number of syllables each normally trochaic octosyllables , and having besides, in the alternate verses, an assonance which remains the same throughout the poem.

The Anacreontic is a romance in seven-syllabled verses, dealing with matter of light import; cf. Romances in short lines of less than eight syllables are called romancillos ; e. The distinguishing features of the romance are, then, 1 the assonance of the alternating lines, and 2 the greater or less pause occurring at the end of every fourth verse.

An estribillo , or refrain, may occur at regular intervals in a romance ; cf. In older Spanish, the romance did not necessarily consist of strophes of four lines, but rather of shorter strophes having two lines only; cf. Compositions in seven-syllabled quatrains, dealing with matter of serious or mournful content, are called endechas ; and if the last line of each quatrain is a hendecasyllable, they are called endechas reales ; e.

The seguidilla is a stanza made up of lines of five and seven syllables arranged in two divisions. The first division consists of a quatrain of alternating seven-syllabled and five-syllabled verses, with the second and fourth verses in assonance.

The second division, separated from the first by at least a moderate pause, is made up of three lines, the first and third of five syllables and in assonance, the second of seven syllables. The assonance may vary from stanza to stanza. Consonantal rhyme, as well as assonance, occurs in the endechas. In the other stanzas thus far described, assonance prevails, although consonantal rhyme is not excluded. Of ancient as well as modern use is the strophe well illustrated in the Coplas of Jorge Manrique, cf.

In the text, two independent stanzas are printed together as one stanza. The scheme is that of a strophe of six trochaic verses with consonantal rhyme in the series a b c a b c ; lines 1, 2, 4, 5 have eight syllables each, and lines 3 and 6 have four. Sometimes an extra syllable is xlv prefixed to the short lines, making them iambic in character; cf. The letrilla is a strophic composition of short verses and varied structure. The peculiarity is a refrain estribillo , recurring at regular intervals; cf.

Sometimes there are two refrains that alternate. The redondilla stanza is a quatrain of eight-syllabled verses redondilla mayor —and occasionally of shorter length, especially of six syllables redondilla menor —in which verse 1 stands in consonantal rhyme with verse 4, and verse 2 with verse 3; cf.

Occasionally the rhymes alternate; cf. The quintilla is a stanza of five verses and only two rhymes, the latter being so distributed that not more than two verses with the same rhyme ever come together; cf. The verses may be all of eight syllables, cf. The usual scheme for rhyme agreement is 1, 4, 5—2, 3—6, 7, 10—8, 9. In this scheme, a pause occurs at the end of the fourth verse. The tercetos borrowed from Italy and called in Italian terza rima are stanzas of three verses—generally hendecasyllables—so constituted that each stanza is connected by rhyme with the following stanza.

It is also used in a specific way to denote a poem of iambic hendecasyllables, generally intermingled with verses of seven and even of five syllables. Each line of the strophe stands in consonantal rhyme with some other. The poet constructs the typical strophe according to his fancy, but he must make all the others like it.

A xlvi short envoi —usually addressed to the composition itself—may end the poem. The octava rima , or octave, is an eight-lined stanza, generally of hendecasyllables, with consonantal rhyme according to the scheme a b a b a b c c. A pause usually occurs at the end of the fourth line, and frequently also at the end of the second and sixth lines. Examples of octaves in eight-syllabled trochaics and seven-syllabled iambics are also found. The sonnet —a short poem of fourteen hendecasyllables—is of Italian origin and has the conventional Italian forms.

It always consists of four divisions, i. To the composition called versos sueltos , rules hardly apply. While it often consists of iambic hendecasyllables only, or of such verses mingled with seven-syllabled lines, it is really very free in form. Rhyme is only accidental in it; there is no fixed arrangement of verses of different lengths; the position of the pauses is wholly arbitrary.

There are found other free compositions into which rhyme enters as an essential feature, but which are governed by no law regulating the number and the order of the various kinds of verse, or the distribution of the rhymes and the pauses.

Of this class is the silva , composed of iambic hendecasyllables intermingled with seven-syllabled lines. Every verse is made to rhyme by the best xlvii versifiers; but occasionally some lines are left unrhymed; cf.

There are also silvas with lines of eight syllables or less, having rhyme throughout, but no fixed order of verses; cf. Many other and quite artificial forms exist, of which space forbids a description. Thus, there are the glosa , cf. Our text also presents examples of certain old forms, originally popular, such as the villancico and the serranilla ; cf.

In these the refrain is always an important element. In more recent times, and especially since the advent of the Romantic Movement of the nineteenth century, the caprice of the poet has invented many forms, the arrangement of which is generally self-evident and need not be explained here. Then come the last two stanzas of the poem. The following equations—the first element being Old Spanish and the second modern—may facilitate the reading of the 13th and 14th century texts:.

Initial h may be suppressed; h trihunfo and y peyor may intervene between vowels. For modern Spanish equivalents of the more difficult Old Spanish words see the Glosario. This anonymous poem, first published by M. It is, therefore, one of the oldest Spanish lyrics extant. In the manuscript it is followed, or continued, by another poem, a Debate between Wine and Water.

By reason of its subject, M. Some of the metrical irregularities may be scribal only. Page 3. Page 4. Under certain conditions the imperfect indicative endings ia , etc. These lines seem to show assonance instead of rhyme. The modern distinctions between ser and estar were not observed in early Spanish. Page 6. The article often appeared with the attributive possessive adjective in Old Spanish. Gonzalo de Berceo is the first Castilian poet known to us by name.

He is mentioned in documents ranging in date from the second decade to the middle of the thirteenth century. Most of his work consists of religious, legendary and narrative verse, in the production of which he was most prolific.

As this lyric resembles watch-songs found in Latin and German Easter-plays, it has been supposed that Berceo borrowed it from a lost Easter play in Spanish. Like them it represents Mary as entreating the apostles to guard the body of the buried Christ. Page 8. Archpriest of Hita, in the vicinity of Guadalajara, Ruiz, the most original Old Spanish poet, wrote during the first half of the fourteenth century.

On account of his irregular life, his ecclesiastical superiors found it necessary to imprison him. The selections here given are taken from the Biblioteca volume already cited; cf. Page 9. VI, pp. Page Occasional imperfections of rhyme are noticeable here. Alfonso , of which several stanzas are here given, were really the work of the Infante D.

Juan Manuel , the author of the famous framework of prose tales entitled the Conde Lucanor , it would belong in the place here assigned to it. Ticknor, History of Spanish Literature , vol. Abteilung, p. One of the most important figures of the fourteenth century. Active in court and camp, he still found time to produce much prose and verse.

He was a trusted servant of Don Pedro and the three succeeding monarchs, and was Chancellor of Castile from on. Several times taken in battle, he was once imprisoned at Oviedes for fifteen months. He was at one time the captive of the Black Prince, but there is probably no truth in the account that he was carried a prisoner to England.

Here, in somewhat over stanzas, the author assails all abuses—social, political and others—of the time. Not merely the decay in court life, but general social degeneracy is his main theme. In the second part, which opens with our first cantar , we find plaints, prayers and songs to the Virgin interspersed among the didactic and satiric passages.

They mark Ayala as one of the earliest of the court poets, who were to become so numerous in the reign of Juan II. The shorter lines are arranged in redondillas. Note the inner rhymes in the longer lines, which might also be divided into octosyllabic verses. Occasionally the Old Spanish participle conjugated with haber is found agreeing with its object. This octosyllabic song begins with stanza of the Rimado de Palacio. With the epithets here applied to Mary compare those addressed to the Spouse in the Song of Songs , with whom she has been often identified by the exegetists.

This anonymous poem of seventy-nine octaves belongs to the general category of poetical and pictorial works, which in the Occident, and especially in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, celebrated the triumph of Death over all earthly creatures.

The original form may have been that of a pantomime. Its date has been variously estimated. This anonymous vision in twenty-five octaves published in the Biblioteca , vol. See also C. V gives evidence. It is a dance-song of a kind called cossante by the author. One of the most important trovadores at the court of Juan II Leipzig, In expression they are frequently coarse and vituperative.

Wolf, Studien zur Gesch. The son of a Genovese goldsmith established in Seville, Imperial was one of the first to import an Italian influence into Spanish poetry. His poems published in the Cancionero of Baena mark the beginning of an allegorizing tendency in Castilian literature which harks back to Dante.

The latter, Imperial constantly imitates and quotes, as he does in the present decir , or short poem. Rribera del rio , on the bank of the river. They are marked, furthermore, by a spirit of unrest which is somewhat socialistic in its expression. Prominent among the two hundred or more poets of the reign of Juan II. For a long time he enjoyed the favor of the monarch, who even raised him to one of the highest ranks to which a subject could attain, but, incurring the hatred of his fickle master, he was persecuted and finally executed in His tragic career has been several times treated in Spanish verse and prose.

In his poems conventional gallantry borders on what the devout would call blasphemy. E non He is more important as a prose writer than as a poet, being one of the best of the early Spanish historians. This is the reading of this line in the Cancionero of Baena ed.

Elaborate but cold, the work was a great favorite with his contemporaries. Wolf, Studien , etc. Literature , I, f. A converted Hebrew, who has owed a great deal of his fame to the false attribution to him of the Coplas de Mingo Revulgo and of the Celestina. IV, p. A burlesque ascribed to him may be seen in the Revue hispanique , vol. This is one of several satires, lyrico-dramatic in form, written during the reign of Enrique IV.

It is in the nature of a dialogue in thirty-two stanzas, between two shepherds, Mingo Revulgo, representing the more inferior class, and Gil Arribato, representing the more elevated class, who discuss the moral and social decay of the time and the dissolute behavior of the king.

The work has been attributed without warrant to Rodrigo Cota, Juan de Mena and others. Ticknor, I, f. A line of doubtful sense. But llotrarse seems to mean vestirse ; hence a possible sense would be, Do you not arm yourself with good courage? According to the glosses, the three ravenous she-wolves are the three persecutions—hunger, war and pestilence—which Ezekiel promised to the Israelites in punishment for their sins; cf.

Perhaps the most impressive literary figure of the fifteenth century. Of these, two of the most important are represented by our selections, viz. The Dantesque allegory plays a prominent part in his poetical vision not a drama , the Comedieta de Ponza , in the Coronacion de Mossen Jordi and the Infierno de enamorados. The most original and most interesting element of all his work is that represented by the obras de amores , that is to say, the serranillas mountain-girl songs or vaqueiras cowherd songs, a Galician word , such as the famous one on p.

Santillana was deeply imbued with an admiration for classic letters. In his prose Carta al Condestable de Portugal he is the first real historian of Spanish literature. In tone this sonnet is paralleled by that of Quevedo on p. Tabor : Mount Tabor, the supposed scene of the Transfiguration of Christ; cf.

Matthew xvii. Mark ix. Luke ix. As the caption states, this was composed by the Marquis for his three daughters. The assimilation of the infinitive r to the l of the appended pronoun is still frequent in poetry.

Probably a converted Jew. His verse is contained in the Cancionero de Juan Baena , an anthology which he himself compiled around , as a typical collection of the productions of the court poets of Juan II. The system of poetical pleas, replications, replies, etc. Vergil is mentioned because of the importance which Dante gave to him. Uncle of the more illustrious Jorge Manrique, and a poet of considerable lyric merit. As in the work of his nephew, so in his poems, pathos is a distinguishing trait.

He had some success also in political satire. The most eminently successful of the Spanish lyric poets of the fifteenth century, Jorge Manrique fell in battle when but thirty-eight years old. The greater part of his verse is to be found in the Cancionero General of The love-poems and humorous pieces given there and in other Cancioneros are of no decided merit, except perhaps an occasional poem, such as that printed here on p.

His real title to enduring fame is based upon the exquisite coplas , in which he commemorates the death of his father, the Maestre de Santiago, and proclaims the vanity and fleetingness of all earthly things. In sweetness and mournfulness of tone, as in finish of form, they are surpassed by nothing prior to them. Ticknor, I, ff. The rhyme seems to require yervas secretas. Otros que por , etc. Otros is in the same construction as unos of l.

Translate: How low and abject do people deem others who, since they have nothing, maintain themselves by means of undeserved offices! Don Enrique : Enrique IV. Unsuccessful in war, degraded and deposed by his subjects , he was finally allowed to end his life on the throne only after consenting to the right of succession of his sister Isabel as opposed to that of his alleged daughter Juana. Alfonso died, poisoned it is said, in A legend has it that they were discovered in the pocket of the author after his death on the battlefield.

Octaviano : the allusions to events in ancient history conveyed by this and the following names will readily suggest themselves. The present song is from the Cancionero General of , and has been translated into English verse by Ticknor, I, The theme is the same as that of St.

Theresa in the Glosa on p. A legend makes him the lover of the wife of the Castilian monarch of the time. Penetre : in assonance only with Contemple. The title of this personage may indicate an Aragonese origin for him. His devotional poems are found in the Cancionero General. A verse translation of this one is given by Ticknor, I, ; cf. Both Longfellow Riverside ed. VI, p.

The author of love-songs and devotional lyrics that show in him considerable mastery of form. His individual Cancionero exists in manuscript; only the poems found in the Cancionero General have been published. A wide-spread conceit, given Spanish form in this poem. A member of the household of the Duke of Alba, whence he passed over into Italy. There he became master of the papal choir; he then took orders and went to Jerusalem. He is supposed to have died at Salamanca.

His eclogues were, perhaps, the first Spanish dramas actually staged. This noble published his lyrics in in a volume dedicated to his mother. They are partly secular and partly religious in nature, and show some Italian influence. Urrea also cultivates popular Spanish forms. His Cancionero has been reprinted in the Biblioteca de escritores aragoneses. II The present song occurs in his play, El auto de la Sibila Casandra.

See the edition of his works, Hamburg, , and cf. Ticknor, I, , where there is a metrical translation of the song. A Catalonian who wrote in Castilian with great success. He served in the Spanish army in Italy, and was later a tutor to the Duke of Alba. His earlier verses are in the national manner. Prompted, it is said, by the Venetian ambassador Navagiero, he became an Italianate, and, following the lead of Imperial and Santillana, was much more influential than they in establishing Italian verse methods in Castilian.

He has made a large use of the hendecasyllable, the verso suelto or blank verse imitated from the Italian versi sciolti , the ottava rima and the sonnet, and has frequently imitated Dante, Petrarch, and the cinque cento poets of Italy. Among his more important poetical works are the Hero y Leandro and the Octava rima , this latter being an allegorical poem from which the verses on p. The influence of the Italian poet Bembo is clear in the Octava rima. This soldier-poet, a native of Toledo, took part in the battle of Pavia, distinguished himself in several succeeding campaigns, and was killed in an assault when but thirty-three years of age.

But very little of his work is in the old Castilian manner; the Italians are his masters in the important part of his production, although the eclogues show also a Vergilian influence. Tomando : if fe is the object of tomando , then it is by a poetical license that presupuesto is left invariable. If fe is the subject of tomando , the participle agrees with the idea in lo que no entiendo. A member of the court of Charles V.

In imitation of Garcilaso de la Vega, he adopted the Italian measures, and was particularly successful with the sonnet. Another follower of Garcilaso. Like the latter he was a soldier, and distinguished himself in Italy. About he appears to have wandered as far as Mexico.

Cetina cultivated the sonnet with great skill. His madrigals are famous. Soldier, diplomat, historian, humanist, poet; one of the most illustrious figures in the history of Spain. His long sojourn in Italy acquainted him with the Italian verse methods, which he adopted, although he constantly recurred to the regular Spanish forms, such as the quintillas and the redondillas. His fame rests secure, despite the unfounded attribution to him of the picaresque novel Lazarillo de Tormes.

There is an edition of his verse by Knapp ; cf. Fesenmair, Diego Hurtado de Mendoza, ein span. Humanist des This writer was abroad for a long period as the secretary of Ferdinand I. Although he spent much time in Italy, and occasionally adopted the Italian manner, he usually protested loudly against the Italianizing tendencies in Spanish literature.

Anabaptistas : allusion is here made to the fact that this sect does not recognize any but adult baptism. One baptized in unconscious childhood has to be rebaptized to enter this communion. Petrarquistas : imitators of the Italian poet Petrarch He appears here as an enemy of the Italianates. Torres Naharro : one of the most important of the early Spanish dramatists. His plays were published at Naples in Following the rule of Horace, he was the first to divide the Spanish drama into five acts.

Despite the large Italian influence upon him, he is here made an opponent of the Italian movement in Spain. Garcilaso : cf. The praise here given is, of course, ironical. Luis de Haro : although Castillejo singles this personage out as a leading Italianate, little is known of him. Ticknor, I, , note. A Portuguese, organist of the cathedral at Granada. He imitated Castillejo in abusing the Italianates, yet he later wrote in the foreign manner.

Simplicity of expression and considerable finish of form are the chief characteristics of his verse. He is famous as the author of the prose pastoral romance Diana Enamorada. He wrote a good deal of verse in Spanish—satires, elegies, ballads, lyrics, etc. The glory of Portuguese literature, author of the Portuguese epic Os Lusiadas.

Like so many of his countrymen, he wrote verse in Spanish as well as in his own language. She is one of the greatest of the Spanish mystics, and is in every way an attractive figure. Cunninghame Graham This Letrilla has been translated by Longfellow Riverside ed. An ecclesiastic, and head of the so-called Seville school of lyric poetry in the sixteenth century.

Not much is known of his life. Eminently a poet, and as such called the Divine by his countrymen, he wrote with exceeding purity of style and greatly enriched Spanish poetic diction. His masterpiece is the ode: Por la vitoria de Lepanto. The influence of Petrarch is clear in his sonnets. Ticknor, III, 7 ff. This sonnet has been Englished by Archdeacon Churton in his translations from Gongora, etc. The Christians triumphed and Mohammedan inroads into the Occident were checked.

Cervantes was crippled in this battle. Morel-Fatio, Paris, Allusions to the campaigns of the Turks in Hungary and Dalmatia, and their seizure of Rhodes Egito : cf. De Tiro , i. Tyre had been in their hands since Cleric, poet, humanist, mystic, professor at the University of Salamanca. Accused of a violation of church law in publishing a Spanish translation of the Song of Solomon , he was arrested by order of the tribunal of the Inquisition and spent five years in its dungeons.

Then, his innocence being made clear, he was released, rehabilitated in the University, and promoted to high honors in his Order the Augustinians. There is no good edition of his works, but his poems and his prose treatises in expositive theology may be found in vol. It shows generally a strongly marked mystical tendency, but bears also the impress of his humanistic temperament.

With Herrera and Garcilaso, he occupies the highest place among the lyric poets of the age. XIV, No. Phillips Philadelphia, An extremely venturesome enjambement. But the entity of mente in adverbs is always clear to the Spanish mind. Constantina : a town of the province of Seville. For an identification with Saxony cf.

Churton l. Theresa a Carmelite, and like her also one of the most illustrious of the mystics and an energetic monastic reformer. His prose works of contemplative mysticism gained him the title of the Ecstatic Doctor. Storck ; and see Ticknor, I, David Lewis has made a rhythmical version in English of this beautiful poem. An Augustinian mystic with ascetic tendencies. The present verses are taken from his metrical paraphrase of the Song of Solomon.

A Valencian bookseller and one of the earliest playwrights of the sixteenth century, successful especially in his pasos. Ticknor, III, 81 ff. He was successful in the pastoral, and firmly established blank verse the verso suelto in Castilian. His eclogue Thyrsis was the first composition in Spanish wholly in that metrical form. Only a part of his poems are preserved, as at his death he seems to have ordered them to be destroyed. Some pleasing lyrics of his are found in the Flores de poetas ilustres of Espinosa Valladolid, ; cf.

This beautiful sonnet has been ascribed without warrant to St. Theresa, St. Ignatius Loyola, St. Francis Xavier and others. It remains anonymous; cf. II, p. In romances or ballads, Spain is the richest of all lands. During the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries particularly, there appeared many collections romanceros of these short lyrico-narrative poems, dealing with subjects drawn from the history—more or less legendary—of Spain and of France, and with subjects purely chivalrous and erotic in nature.

The great majority of the romances are in octosyllabic lines bearing the stress on the seventh syllable and having assonance—that is, vowel rhyme only, as distinguished from vowel and consonant rhyme—in the alternate lines. At one time it was believed that the romances were of very ancient origin, although written down only at the end of the fifteenth and in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. As a matter of fact, most of them are rather artificial in nature, and in composition belong to the period when they were written.

Gaston Paris maintains, however, that a number of them deal with detached episodes from old epic poems, and there seems to be ample evidence to prove his assertion. Wolf, Ueber die Romanzen-poesie der Spanier in his Studien , etc. Many of the ballads have been translated into English by J. Lockhart and others. For the subject, cf. See the English poetical version of J. Bernardo del Carpio : Largely a fictitious figure invented in Spain to take the place of the Roland of French epic poetry, when the latter became known in the Spanish peninsula.

The king requires certain concessions of Bernardo, and then orders the release of the count. The latter has died in the meantime, and Alfonso delivers over only the dead body. Note the change from asonantes to rhymed octaves, indicating a certainly late origin for this part of the ballad. Lockhart, l. A ballad dealing with an episode of the second part of the tragic history of the seven Infantes nobles of Lara cf.

After some years, Gonzalo is released and returns to Lara, whither he is later followed by his illegitimate half-Moorish son, Mudarra, who is to take vengeance for the death of his half-brothers and the injury done to his father. The present one is interesting as giving a picture of a wedding in high life in the fifteenth or the sixteenth century. Our ballad has the essentials of the story there told.

Blanche was poisoned in The Moorish ballads are more romantic and lyric, as a rule, than those dealing with the purely Christian side of Spanish history. This one on the conquest of Alhama—a city of the province of Granada, taken from the Moors by the marquis of Cadiz, Feb. This use is a living one. Abencerrajes : one of the two leading tribes among the Moors. The French epic poems dealing with Charlemagne and his peers early became favorites in Spain, and before long received a peculiarly Spanish treatment.

The present romantic ballad, however, shows no Spanish modification of this kind. There may be an allusion here to the old Spanish custom according to which a refugee had sanctuary under the cloak or skirt of a lady. The Rosa fresca and the Fonte-frida are the most beautiful of the erotic ballads. They are found in various Romanceros and Cancioneros. Wolf and Hoffman, Primavera y flor , etc. See the translations of these ballads by J. Gibson, The Cid Ballads , etc. A Sevillan poet with strongly marked epigrammatic tendencies, natural in tone and witty.

The author of the famous Don Quijote and a dramatist of considerable power, Cervantes does not occupy a high rank as a lyric poet. Ticknor, I, 90 ff. The poems here printed occur in the Don Quijote. A good example of the artificiality of the Glosa. Aragonese of Italian descent, Lupercio and Bartolomeo Argensola occupy a high rank among the lyric poets of the beginning of the seventeenth century.

Lupercio also essayed the drama, but with little success. The Rimas of the brothers, first published by the son of Lupercio in , show in them an influence of the literature of their ancestral land, both modern and ancient, and above all the influence of Horace. They opposed the Gongoristic movement and adopted only sane and natural methods. It is in his later manner that he reaches the height of extravagance in metaphor and that general obscurity of expression which is exemplified by the selection here given from his Soledades.

See his verse in vol. Rennert in the Revue hispanique , vol. This first of the Solitudes , although a mass of verbal absurdities, was rendered into English verse by Thomas Stanley; cf. Quien , etc. A noble of the court of Philip IV. He is said to have loved the queen—a daughter of Henry IV. The sonnet on p. His verse is printed in vol.

Ticknor, III, 23 ff. Ticknor, III, 5.

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