CAPER

CAPER
I.
CAPER
fluv. Laodiceam clarissimam Cariae urbem cum Lyco et Asopo amnibus alluens, Strabo, l. 12. Caprus Plinio, l. 5. c. 29. dicitur, qui etiam est Asiae minoris fluv.
II.
CAPER
in phiala expressus, pro emblemate, inter opera Myos an Myronis, Veteribus maxime celebratus est. Poeta,
Stat caper in phiala, docti Myos anne Myronis?
Ita nempe, ut integer et περιφκνὴς appareret, non πρόςτυπος, h. e. ut non tantum unum latus ostenderet, reliquâ sui patte poculo affixâ: sed ut totus et apparens omni ex parte emineret. Quemadmodum apud Athenaeum, l. 5. legimus, Οὗτοι δ᾿ εἶχον ἄνωθεν καςθήμενα περιφανῆ τετορευμένα ζῶα, καὶ εν τῷ τραχήλῳ καὶ εν ταῖς γάςτραις πρόςτυπα ἐπιμελῶς πεποιημένα; ubi in superiori parte caelata animalia sic erant, ut tota conspicua appaterent: in collo vero et ventre prostypa adhaerebant, dimidiâ tantum suî parte expressâ. Allusit eo Satyricus, Sat. 1. v. 75.
Criminibus debent hortos, praetoriae, mensas,
Argentum vetus et stantem extra pocula caprum, etc.
Vide supra ubi de arte Caelandi, et alibi passim: uti de Capro, a iutantibus olim Diis mactato, ubi de Veterum Iuramentis.
III.
CAPER
nomen proprium Gram matici.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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