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         Horace:     more books (100)
  1. The Complete Odes and Epodes (Oxford World's Classics) by Horace, 2008-12-15
  2. Horace and Morris but Mostly Dolores by James Howe, 2003-03-01
  3. Horace: Satires, Epistles and Ars Poetica (Loeb Classical Library No. 194) (English and Latin Edition) by Horace, 1929-01-01
  4. Horace : Epodes and Odes (Oklahoma Series in Classical Culture , Vol 10, Latin language edition) by Daniel H. Garrison, 1998-09
  5. Our southern highlanders by Horace Kephart, 2010-09-08
  6. Odes and Epodes (Loeb Classical Library) by Horace, 2004-06-01
  7. Horace's Compromise: The Dilemma of the American High School by Theodore R. Sizer, 2004-09-23
  8. Horace and Morris Join the Chorus (but what about Dolores?) (Horace and Morris and Dolores) by James Howe, 2005-10-25
  9. Camping and woodcraft; a handbook for vacation campers and for travelers in the wilderness by Horace Kephart, 2010-06-07
  10. Our Southern Highlanders: A Narrative of Adventure in the Southern Appalachians and a Study of Life Among the Mountaineers by Horace Kephart, 2004-07-29
  11. Horace Splattly: When Second Graders Attack (Horace Splattly: the Cupcaked Crusader) by Lawrence David, 2002-05-27
  12. Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (Midnight Classics) by Horace McCoy, 1996-12-01
  13. Horace's School: Redesigning the American High School by Theodore R. Sizer, 1997-09-09
  14. Horace Pippin (Getting to Know the World's Greatest Artists) by Mike Venezia, 2008-03

1. Horace
horace (658 BC). QUINTUS HORATIUS FLACCUS school in Rome. As a young man horace went to Athens and studied philosophy at the famous schools.
Home Ancient Theatre Medieval Theatre 16th Century ... Email Us HORACE (65-8 B.C.) Q Satires Odes . He died eight years before the birth of Christ. The Epistle to the Pisos, or Art of Poetry , has been assigned by various authorities to the period between 24 and 7 B.C. Professor Nettleship (in his Lectures and Essays ) believes it to have been written between 24 and 20 B.C. Its interest and value are considerably enhanced in view of the fact that it is, in Professor Saintsbury's words, "the only complete example of literary criticism that we have from any Roman." It is significant that the greater part of its subject-matter is concerned with the drama. While it has been clearly substantiated that Horace drew upon a non-extant treatise by Neoptolemus of Parium, an Alexandrian critic of uncertain date, the fact that Horace made use of and molded the ideas of his predecessor is important. The Art of Poetry is on the whole a somewhat arbitrary manual; the greatest importance is there attached to the purely formal side of writing; the dramatist must adhere closely to the five acts, the chorus, and son on; proportion, good sense, decorum, cannot be neglected. Of the practical value of the work before the Renaissance, it is impossible to know; of its influence since that time, it can only be said that it was as widespread as that of

2. Welcome To Horace's Villa
Use this site to learn more about horace s Villa near Licenza (Rome), Italy and about the new excavations being undertaken there under the direction of Prof.
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Salve! This site offers information about Horace's Villa and the excavations undertaken there from 1997 to 2001. Among the many features you will find are QuickTime panoramas of the site as well as Horace's villa poetry read in Latin by Prof. Matthew Dillon of Loyola Marymount University. There are also videos about Horace's villa and about another important villa, the Villa of the Papyri, which has been recreated at the J. Paul Getty Museum in Malibu, California (currently closed to the public for restoration). To take advantage of these features, you must have Apple's QuickTime 4 (or later), which is available for both Macintosh and Windows at Apple's QuickTime Site . You also need to use (or later) or Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 (or later). The streaming videos will not be viewable unless you have a high-speed Internet connection (considerably faster than 56k). Enter Last revised: January 15, 2002

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4. Horace Silver: The Hard Bop Homepage
Biography of pianist Silver.
Horace Silver
Piano, Composer
September 2, 1928
Horace Silver
"I found Brubeck's work interesting until I heard Tatum, Horace Silver, and Oscar Peterson within a period of six weeks. But when I heard Horace, now that was a thing which turned me around and finally fixed my idea of piano playing." Cecil Taylor Horace Ward Martin Tavares Silver . As a child he was exposed to Cape Verdean folk music performed by his father, who was of Portugese descent. He began studying saxophone and piano in high school, when his influences were blues singers such as Memphis Slim, and boogie-woogie and bop pianists, especially Bud Powell and Thelonious Monk . In 1950 Stan Getz made an appearance in Hartford, Connecticut, with Silver's piano trio, and subsequently engaged the group to tour regularly with him. Silver remained with Getz for a year. By 1951 Silver had developed sufficient confidence to move to New York, where he performed as a freelance with such established professionals as Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young, Oscar Pettiford, and Art Blakey . In 1952 he was engaged by Lou Donaldson for a recording session with Blue Note; this led to his own first recordings as a leader and to an exclusive relationship with Blue Note for the next 28 years. From 1953 to 1955 he played in a cooperative band called the Jazz Messengers which he led with Blakey. By 1956, however, he was performing and recording solely as the leader of his own quintet, while Blakey continued as leader of the Jazz Messengers.

5. Horace
The most frequent themes in horace s ODES and verse EPISTLES are love, pleasures of friendship and simple life, and the art of poetry.
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B C D ... Z by birthday from the calendar Credits and feedback Horace (65-8 B.C.) - Qintus Horatius Flaccus Outstanding Latin lyric poet and satirist. The most frequent themes in Horace's ODES and verse EPISTLES are love, pleasures of friendship and simple life, and the art of poetry. When writings of a number of other Roman poets disappeared after the fall of the Roman empire, Horace's oeuvre survived and influenced deeply Western literature. In his own time Horace could boast that his ARS POETICA was sold on the banks of the Bosphorus, in Spain, in Gaul, and in Africa. " This used to be among my prayers - a piece of land not so very large, which would contain a garden, and near the house a spring of ever-flowing water, and beyond these a bit of wood." Quintus Horatius Flaccus - known in the English-speaking world as Horace - was born at Venusia (Venosa). His father was a former slave, who had worked as a tax collector. As a businessman he earned enough money to buy a small estate and educate the future poet in Rome. Later Horace expressed his deep gratitude to his father who not only supervised his early education but also influenced his moral training. When Horace about 19-years old, he continued his studies of philosophy in Athens. After Julius Caesar's murder in March 44 B.C., Horace joined Marcus Brutus' army and gained the rank of military tribune. The defeat of Brutus and Cassius at Philippi in 42 B.C. in northern Greece, where also Horace fought a

6. Jana Stevenson Jones
History, discography, and tour dates. Official site.
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7. Ancient Rome -Horace
horace was probably of the Sabellian hillman stock of Italy's central highlands. His father had once been a slave but gained freedom before horace's birth and became an auctioneer's assistant.
Horace was probably of the Sabellian hillman stock of Italy's central highlands. His father had once been a slave but gained freedom before Horace 's birth and became an auctioneer's assistant. He also owned a small property and could afford to take his son to Rome and ensure personally his getting the best available education in the school of a famous fellow Sabellian named Orbilius (a believer, according to Horace , in corporal punishment). In about 46 BC Horace went to Athens, attending lectures at the Academy. After Julius Caesar's murder in March 44 BC, the eastern empire, including Athens, came temporarily into the possession of his assassins Brutus and Cassius, who could scarcely avoid clashing with Caesar's partisans, Mark Antony and Octavian (later Augustus), the young great-nephew whom Caesar, in his will, had appointed as his personal heir. Horace joined Brutus' army and was made tribunus militum, an exceptional honor for a freedman's son. In November 42, at the two battles of Philippi against Antony and Octavian, Horace and his fellow tribunes (in the unusual absence of a more senior officer) commanded one of Brutus' and Cassius' legions. After their total defeat and death, he fled back to Italycontrolled by Octavianbut his father's farm at Venusia had been confiscated to provide land for veterans.

8. Horace: The Journal Of The Coalition Of Essential Schools
horace, CES National's quarterly journal, combines educational research with resources and examples of innovative and Read the full text of past horace issues from 19882003
@import url(/styles/ces.css); Home Resources Horace , CES National's quarterly journal, combines educational research with resources and examples of innovative and effective practices from CES schools from around the country. Read the full text of past Horace issues from 1988-2003 Winter 2004: "Making Math Personal"
This issue focuses on math in Essential schools, featuring an interview with civil rights leader Dr. Robert Moses, founder of the Algebra Project, highlighting the math curriculum development process at New Mission High School, and exploring ways in which CES teachers create personalized math curriculum. In June 2004, Horace will examine the role of school and community leaders in starting and sustaining the work of converting large schools to small schools. Horace wants to hear from you. E-mail editor, Jill Davidson, at . Or visit the ongoing Horace discussion in CES Interactive to tell us what you think and to check other readers' responses.

9. ESPACE HORACE - Choix D'oeuvres Du Grand Poète Latin + Annexes
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10. Horace
8° ; 46, 310 p.; 152 x 85mm. The lyric poet horace (658 B.C.) was extremely popular during the Middle Ages and Renaissance and represented a potential best seller for a printer. twelve more
25. Horace. Works
The lyric poet Horace (65-8 B.C.) was extremely popular during the Middle Ages and Renaissance and represented a potential best seller for a printer. The edition on display is Aldus's second edition, and the press subsequently issued twelve more, in addition to four separate editions of Horace's Ars poetica. Although Aldus claims that this edition has been greatly expanded and corrected, the text is almost an exact reprint of the 1501 edition. In his preface Aldus relates a wild tale of how, when he was traveling in northern Italy in 1506 searching for manuscripts, he and his companion were mistaken by authorities of Mantua for brigands and thrown in jail for six days until rescued by his influential friend Geoffroy Charles, to whom he dedicates the book. Exhibit Home Page Greek and Latin Classics

11. The Internet Classics Archive | Works By Horace
List of works by horace, part of the Internet Classics Archive CDROMs. Help. Works by horace. Odes. From the Perseus Project



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12. Horace's Trees
Images with descriptive text, styling advise, icons and a search engine.
Several of My Trees
Below are pic's of a few of my trees. These were taken in the late summer of '95 - my second attempt at presentable photos. These are a bit better than the last batch but I still can't get the depth or detail that I would like. I guess the next batch will be even better - yes - I, at least, try to be an optimist . This was my first time using a photo-CD rather than scanned photos and I'm still trying to figure out how to get the best renderings from the .PCD files. As I find time, I will be adding a few more icons ( made from these new photos ) to the icon collection - so, if you're interested, keep an eye peeled for additions. You might also be interested in - where I have put photos of a few trees that exhibit typical styling problems - along with advice from online contributors. I've also added an indexed search facility that can be used to find all kinds of advice and articles and stuff related to bonsai. ooba ooba
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13. Horace Silver Tribute And Discography
The Hardbop Homepage Presents horace Silver Discography A tribute to the Hardbop Grandpop.
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Horace Silver Discography:
A tribute to the Hardbop Grandpop
Sideman 1950-1957
The Jazz Messengers Leader 1952-1958 Mitchell-Cook Quintet ... Horace Silver Retrospective 1952-1979
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14. Odes Of Horace
Odes of horace. In one of these odes (3.30) horace bragged that his poetry would live as long as Vestal Virgins climbed the Capitoline Hill in Rome.
Odes of Horace
by Michael Gilleland
Life of Horace, by Suetonius
Andrew Lang, To Q. Horatius Flaccus (Letters to Dead Authors)

Two Poems on Horace, by Austin Dobson and Alfred Austin
Latin Prose Paraphrases of Horace's Odes

Horace was a Roman poet who lived from 65 to 8 B.C. We call him Horace in English, but to his contemporaries and fellow countrymen he was Quintus Horatius Flaccus. Among his poetry are four books of odes (known in Latin as "carmina"), containing just over one hundred individual poems (103, to be exact). In one of these odes (3.30) Horace bragged that his poetry would live as long as Vestal Virgins climbed the Capitoline Hill in Rome. You won't find any Vestal Virgins in Rome today, but Horace's odes are still read and enjoyed, more than 2000 years after he wrote them. The odes cover a variety of themes. You'll find invitations to dinner, praises of wine, women, and song, descriptions of holiday celebrations, patriotic exhortations, philosophical musings, hymns, and much more. In The Twilight of the Idols , the German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche wrote about the odes of Horace: Up to the present I have not obtained from any poet the same artistic delight as was given me from the first by a Horatian ode. In certain languages that which is obtained here cannot even be hoped for. The mosaic of words in which every word, by sound, by position and by meaning, diffuses its force right, left and over the whole, that minimum in the compass and number of signs, that maximum thus realized in their energy,all that is Roman, and if you will believe me, it is noble par excellence. All other poetry becomes somewhat too popular in comparison with it - mere sentimental loquacity.

15. Martin, Horace G.
Created a semiautomatic key to help prevent the the development of telegrapher paralysis, created by the daily abuse of manipulating a manual machine key. Page includes history of the man and the spread of this invention across the United States.
Horace G. Martin
"Having experimented for some time on automatic transmitters and having
the occasion to observe the very interesting achievements of other workers
in the automatic field. I decided that there was a demand for a small, simple
and portable sending machine which, while being automatic or nearly so,
would, as nearly as possible, retain the merits but not the demerits of the
old Morse key." Horace G. Martin, February 1903
This site is dedicated to life and career of Horace G. Martin; telegrapher, inventor,
and manufacturer best known for his invention of the Vibroplex Bug. Martin's idea of
a semi-automatic key stated above in 1903 revolutionized the way Morse code was
transmitted. His inventions affected the careers of thousands of telegraphers and radio
operators for decades and are still used and admired today. Below are three articles that
trace Martin's life to 1906. There will be additional articles and material added to this site in the months and years ahead........73
Part 1 : The Telegrapher Part 2 : The Phillips System and the Autoplex ... Back to the Telegraph-History home page Troy, New York

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17. Horace Twiss
horace Twiss, horace Twiss was born in Bath in 1787. He became a student at the Inner Temple in 1806 and was called to the bar on 28th June 1811.
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Horace Twiss was born in Bath in 1787. He became a student at the Inner Temple in 1806 and was called to the bar on 28th June 1811. Twiss was a staunch Tory and in 1820 was selected as Lord Clarendon's candidate for Wooton Basset in Wiltshire. He continued to pursue his legal career and in 1827 became a king's counsel.
Twiss was considered to be one of the best orators in the House of Commons . However, he was criticised for his unconventional speeches in debates. Lord Campbell observed that Twiss "though inexhaustibly fluent, his manner certainly was very flippant, factitious, and unbusinesslike". In 1825 Lord Liverpool appointed Twiss as counsel to the admiralty and in the government of the Duke of Wellington was under-secretary of war.

18. Perseus Update In Progress
Conington translation of horace's Odes. Carm. init.

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20. Horace's Villa: Table Of Contents
The horace s Villa Contents Page. Search the site help. Click here to find out about the horace Villa Team s 2004 project at beautiful Borgorose!
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The Steinmetz Family of Los Angeles The Samuel H. Kress Foundation
The Creative Kids Education Foundation This Web site presents Horace's Villa near Licenza , Italy and our project jointly undertaken there in the period 1997-2001 under the institutional sponsorship of the American Academy in Rome, UCLA, and the Archaeological Superintendency for Lazio of the Italian Ministry of Culture. The project is made possible by the generous support of the Steinmetz Family of Los Angeles, the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, The Creative Kids Education Foundation, and the Vincenzo Romagnoli Group. During the five years of fieldwork, over 100 volunteers from twelve countries came to Licenza to donate their labor and talents. We are very grateful to all of our sponsors and volunteers, without whom our project would never have been possible! Quintus Horatius Flaccus (" Horace " in English) lived from 65 to 8 B.C. and was Rome's leading poet of lyric and satiric poetry in the Golden Age of Roman literature under the Emperor Augustus. His villa near Licenza, Italy (35 miles northeast of Rome) is the only house of a Roman writer of the Augustan Age that can be identified and visited today. As such, it is a precious part of our heritage and repays studyespecially since Horace wrote so much about the place he called "the fulfillment of all my hopes and prayers." For the poems, be sure to visit our

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