OCTAVIAE Porticus


OCTAVIAE Porticus
OCTAVIAE Porticus
memorantur Plinio l. 35. c. 11. ubi de pretiis mirabilium picturarum, Androbius pinxit Scyllin, anchor as Persic ae classis praescindentem. Artemon Danaen---Nobilissimas autem, quae sunt in Porticibus Octaciae, ---- Herculem, ab Oeta monte Doridos ---- in caelum euntem, Laomeodontis circa Herculem et Neptunum historiam. Scholarum in eis, meminit idem l. 35. c. 10. ubi de Antiphilo, Et Hesionam nobilem pinxit, et Alexandrum ac Philippum cum Minerva, qui sunt in sehola in Octaviae porticibus. Fuêre autem Scholae in his porticibus, loca et stationes quaedam, instar Ludi literarii, in quo Philosophi coeterisque doctrinis exculti homines publicis disputationibus ac colloquiis exercebantur. Ibidem Phidiae Venerem, ex marmore fuisse, habes apud eundem l. 36. c. 5. ubi etiam Templorum porticibus his inclusorum mentione iniectâ, a Saurone atque Batracho Laconibus, facta esse, addit. Vide in voce Porticus.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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