Virgilius

Some articles on virgilius:

Virgil - Name in English
... Late Empire and Middle Ages Vergilius was spelled Virgilius ... Alternatively, some argue that Vergilius was altered to Virgilius by analogy with the Latin virga ("wand") due to the magical or prophetic powers attributed to Virgil in the Middle Ages (this explanation ... recommends Vergilius to avoid confusion with the 8th-century grammarian Virgilius Maro Grammaticus ...
Virgilius Maro Grammaticus - Writings
... Virgilius wrote at least two surviving works, the Epitomae and Epistolae ... material, there is much baffling and outlandish material contained in Virgilius' writings he discusses twelve kinds of Latin, of which only one is in regular use, and attributes much of his ... The oddity of Virgilius' texts extends beyond ignorance or even parody, and it has been argued that his peculiar fabrications are a veiled plea for diversity and variety ...
Virgilius Of Arles
... Virgilius of Arles (died c ... Maximus, Bishop of Riez, written by the patrician Dynamius before the death of Virgilius ... According to Gregory of Tours, Virgilius was first Abbot of the Monastery of St ...
The Princess (Killigrew) - Synopsis
... the children of the late king of Sicily and the other, Virgilius and Sophia, the (wildly fictitious) son and daughter of Julius Caesar ... Facertes has been placed in the custody of Caesar's son Virgilius, who, commanding troops in Gaul, was not involved in the conquest of the island ... Facertes and Virgilius, two young men of noble nature, have become trusted friends Virgilius lets his prisoner wear a sword and accompany him unguarded ...
Virgilius Maro Grammaticus - Bibliography
... Virgilius Maro Grammaticus Opera Omnia (Munich, 2003) A ... Bischoff, 'Die "zweite Latinität" des Virgilius Maro Grammaticus und seine jüdische Herkunft', Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 23 (1988), 11-16 M ... Herren, 'Some New Light on the Life of Virgilius Maro Grammaticus', Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 79C (1979), 27–71 M ...