Ausonius



noun
Decimus Magnus (ˈdɛsɪməs ˈmæɡnəs). ?310–?395 ad, Latin poet, born in Gaul
Historical Examples

ausonius was a Christian, but his poems have no specifically Christian contents.
A History of Roman Literature Harold North Fowler

They are first mentioned by ausonius, who styles them Sillin Insul.
The Cornish Coast (South) Charles G. Harper

That the mythical period was treated of is shown by ausonius, Ep.
The Student’s Companion to Latin Authors George Middleton

And what have ausonius and his correspondents to say about this?
Medieval People Eileen Edna Power

Other lovers, like ausonius and Apollinaris Sidonius, were pedantic imitators.
The Mediaeval Mind (Volume II of II) Henry Osborn Taylor

Much had happened between the death of ausonius and his birth.
Medieval People Eileen Edna Power

From Trier to Toulouse he made his way with ease by river and by road, and it might be ausonius again.
Medieval People Eileen Edna Power

But that ausonius himself called his poems “idyls” is highly doubtful.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 14, Slice 3 Various

Then he announced a course of lectures on ausonius, to begin on 30 July.
The Age of Erasmus P. S. Allen

In virtue of this poem ausonius ranks not merely as the last, or all but the last, of Latin, but as the first of French poets.
Helps to Latin Translation at Sight Edmund Luce

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