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I see the beard and cloak, but I don't yet see a philosopher~Aulus Gellius

I see the beard and cloak, but I don't yet see a philosopher~Aulus Gellius

Aulus Gellius - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Aulus Gellius - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

“I see the beard and cloak, but I don’t yet see a philosopher.” – Aulus Gellius

“I see the beard and cloak, but I don’t yet see a philosopher.” – Aulus Gellius

The Attic Nights of Aulus Gellius ( Loeb Classical Library) (Hardcover)

The Attic Nights of Aulus Gellius ( Loeb Classical Library) (Hardcover)

Libros De Tapa Dura, El Ático, Historia Natural, Agricultura, Bibliotecas, Santos

Aulus Gellius Erased Arms

Aulus Gellius Erased Arms

Noctes Atticae, Aulus Gellius, calf binding,1485, Boninus de Boninis, The Morgan Library & Museum

Auli gelii noctium atticarum.

Noctes Atticae, Aulus Gellius, calf binding,1485, Boninus de Boninis, The Morgan Library & Museum

Gellius, Attic Nights, Volume III: Books 14-20  Aulus Gellius (ca. 123–170 CE) is known almost wholly from his Noctes Atticae, 'Attic Nights', so called because it was begun during the nights of an Attic winter. The work collects in twenty books (of Book VIII only the index is extant) interesting notes covering philosophy, history, biography, all sorts of antiquities, points of law, literary criticism,  lexicographic matters, explanations of old words and questions of grammar. LCL 212:

Gellius, Attic Nights, Volume III: Books 14-20 Aulus Gellius (ca. 123–170 CE) is known almost wholly from his Noctes Atticae, 'Attic Nights', so called because it was begun during the nights of an Attic winter. The work collects in twenty books (of Book VIII only the index is extant) interesting notes covering philosophy, history, biography, all sorts of antiquities, points of law, literary criticism, lexicographic matters, explanations of old words and questions of grammar. LCL 212:

Shelf: Ørberg vol.2: "...introduces the most celebrated authors of antiquity through the lens of Roman history. A vivid description of the city's monuments precedes a prose retelling of the first four books of Virgil's Aeneid, with many of the most famous passages in their original verse form. [...]Book One of Livy's engaging mythical history of Rome's foundation.  [...]from Aulus Gellius, Ovid, Nepos, Sallust, and Horace[...] a survey of Latin literature in its own right."

Shelf: Ørberg vol.2: "...introduces the most celebrated authors of antiquity through the lens of Roman history. A vivid description of the city's monuments precedes a prose retelling of the first four books of Virgil's Aeneid, with many of the most famous passages in their original verse form. [...]Book One of Livy's engaging mythical history of Rome's foundation. [...]from Aulus Gellius, Ovid, Nepos, Sallust, and Horace[...] a survey of Latin literature in its own right."

A scene in an anecdote written by Aulus Gellius in Augustine's City of God (The Hague, MMW, 10 A 11, fol. 402v), c. 1475-1480 An eared and pointed-bottom hood (the point at the top resembles a bird's head); body garment has odd points at the elbows and bottom. http://resources42.kb.nl/MIMI/MIMI_MMW_10A11/MIMI_MMW_10A11_402V_MIN_2.JPG

A scene in an anecdote written by Aulus Gellius in Augustine's City of God (The Hague, MMW, 10 A 11, fol. 402v), c. 1475-1480 An eared and pointed-bottom hood (the point at the top resembles a bird's head); body garment has odd points at the elbows and bottom. http://resources42.kb.nl/MIMI/MIMI_MMW_10A11/MIMI_MMW_10A11_402V_MIN_2.JPG

Protagoras was born in Abdera, Thrace, in Ancient Greece. According to Aulus Gellius, he originally made his living as a porter, but one day he was seen by the philosopher Democritus carrying a load of small pieces of wood he had tied with a short cord. Democritus realized that Protagoras had tied the load together with such perfect geometric accuracy that he must be a mathematical prodigy. Democritus promptly took him into his own household and taught him philosophy. Protagoras became well…

Protagoras was born in Abdera, Thrace, in Ancient Greece. According to Aulus Gellius, he originally made his living as a porter, but one day he was seen by the philosopher Democritus carrying a load of small pieces of wood he had tied with a short cord. Democritus realized that Protagoras had tied the load together with such perfect geometric accuracy that he must be a mathematical prodigy. Democritus promptly took him into his own household and taught him philosophy. Protagoras became well…

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