Ausonius technopaegnion 8 = XXVII.7 Schenkl = XII.8 Peiper = XVI.8 Prete = 7 Di Giovine = IX.7 Combeaud

Reference basis text: R. P. H. Green, 1999

Editing of the digital edition: A. Prontera, 2023

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De dis

 

Sunt et caelicolum monosyllaba. prima deum Fas,

Quae Themis est Grais, post hanc Rhea, quae Latiis Ops,

Tum Iouis et Consi germanus, Tartareus Dis,

Et soror et coniunx fratris, regina deum, Vis,

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Et qui quadriiugo curru pater inuehitur Sol,

Quique truces belli motus ciet armipotens Mars,

Quem numquam pietas, numquam bona sollicitat Pax.

Nec cultor nemorum reticebere, Maenalide Pan,

Nec genius domuum, Larunda progenitus Lar,

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Fluminibusque Italis praepollens sulphureus Nar.

Quaeque piat diuum peiuria, nocticolor Styx.

Veliuolique maris constrator leuconotos Libs,

Et numquam in dubiis hominum bona destituens Spes.

de dis V a.c. M L

de diis V p.c. Q K

de monosyllabis deorum T Girardini

codices
V = Leiden, Bibliotheek der Rijksuniversiteit, VLF 111 (saec. IX)
Q = Leiden, Bibliotheek der Rijksuniversiteit, VLQ 33 (saec. X)
O = Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, lat. 2772 (saec. IX)
D = Cambridge, University Library, Kk. 5.34 (saec. X-XI)
C = Padova, Biblioteca Capitolare C. 64 (saec. XV)
K = London, British Library, Kings 31 (1475)
M = Firenze, Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, Magl. VI.29 (saec. XIV)
L = Firenze, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana, Plut. 51.13 (1490-1500)
T = Leiden, Bibliotheek der Rijksuniversiteit, VLQ 107 (saec. XV-XVI)
Z = consensus C K M (L) T

praefatio 1 in O D Z deest
prefatio 2 in V Q O D deest
carmen 4 in O D deest
carmina 7-16 in O desunt
carmen 14 O D Z deest