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  • id. Rosc. Com. 8, 24: extra modum sumptu et magnificentia prodire, id. Off. 1, 39, 40: exhaustus magnificentiā publicorum operum, Liv. 1, 57: magnificentiae
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  • Pracht, splendor (äußerer Glanz, glänzende Außenseite). – magnificentia (Größe u. Herrlichkeit). – dignitas (Schönheit in bezug auf Erhabenheit, Größe
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  • atque altitudo; orationis od. verborum granditas; verborum maiestas; magnificentia verborum (das Pathetische). * Look up in: Navigium | Albertmartin
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  • Größe u. Bedeutung, Großartigkeit, z.B. rerum gestarum: u. opum). – magnificentia (die prachtvolle Zurüstung, der kostbare Aufwand, z.B. epularum, funeris
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  • Herrlichkeit, magnificentia. splendor (äußere Pracht, äußerer Glanz; spl, auch = innere Vortrefflichkeit, die sich nach außen hin zeigt, z.B. animi). –
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  • Ausdrücke, verba superlata: üb. Aufwand machen, extra modum sumptu et magnificentiā prodire: eine üb. Forderung tun, nimium postulare: jmdm. üb. Lobsprüche
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  • Redegattung). – contentio u. Plur. contentiones (als gehobener Vortrag). – magnificentia verborum (als Erhabenheitder Worte). – das tragische P., tragice grande
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  • die Gedrücktheit, die scheinbare Demut (Ggstz. magnificentia, arrogantia, superbia), saepe magnificentia plus proficit quam humilitas et obsecratio, Cic
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  • the State, Enn. ap. Cic. Fam. 7, 6, 1 (Trag. v. 295 Vahl.): publica magnificentia (opp. privata luxuria), Cic. Mur. 36, 76: sacrificia publica ac privata
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  • Prachtliebe, amor od. studium magnificentiae; gew. bl. magnificentia. – prachtliebend, magnificus (übh. im Äußern). – sumptuosus (zu viel Aufwand machend
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  • Cic. Off. 1, 7, 20: liberalitas ac benignitas, id. de Or. 2, 25, 105: magnificentia liberalitatis, id. Rosc. Com. 8, 24: ut ea liberalitate utamur, quae
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  • cupiditate non dubito, eager longing, id. Att. 12, 26, 1; cf.: tanta erat magnificentia apud opulentiores, cupiditas apud humiliores, devotion, enthusiasm, Auct
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  • te rogo, sumptu ne parcas, id. Fam. 16, 4, 2: extra modum sumptu et magnificentiā prodire, id. Off. 1, 39, 140; cf.: sumptus epularum, id. Tusc. 5, 34
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  • impudentia, id. Verr. 2, 4, 29, § 66: honorum pagina, glorious. Juv. 10, 57: magnificentia, Tac. A. 11, 1: jamdiu causam quaerebat senex, quamobrem insigne aliquid
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  • Wortgepränge, verborum magnificentia; quaedam species atque pompa. – mit vielem W., multis verbis: W. machen, in dicendo adhibere quandam speciem atque
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  • of living, etc., splendor, magnificence, sumptuousness (class.; syn. magnificentia): (majores nostri) in publicā dignitate omnia ad gloriam splendoremque
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  • auditum accolis aufert, Plin. 6, 29, 35, § 181: sublimitas profecto et magnificentia et nitor et auctoritas expressit illum fragorem, those thunders of applause
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  • 35; cf.: extra cancellos egredi, id. ib. § 36: extra modum sumptu et magnificentia prodire, id. Off. 1, 39, 140: ut extra tabulam non emineat, Cels. 6,
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  • Authors & Works [Seite 107] ἡ, = μεγαλοεργία, Sp., wie Luc. Calumn. 17; – magnificentia, Pracht, Pol. 31, 3, 1, v.l. μεγαλοεργία. c. μεγαλοεργία. η (Α μεγαλουργία
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  • bĕnĕfĭcentĭa: ae, f. from beneficus, like magnificentia, munificentia, from magnificus, munificus; cf. Beier and Gernh. upon Cic. Off. 1, 7, 20, I the
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