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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for elegiacs

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Major-General's Song I quote in elegiacs all the crimes of Heliogabalus,
John Ashmore (translator) In 1621 he published 'Certain selected Odes of Horace Englished, and their Arguments annexed.' To the translations are added a number of epigrams and anagrams. Samuel Pullein, in a copy of Latin elegiacs prefixed to the translations, is enthusiastic about his friend's achievement:—
Alexander Neckam Neckam also wrote "Corrogationes Promethei", a scriptural commentary prefaced by a treatise on grammatical criticism; a translation of Aesop into Latin elegiacs (six fables from this version, as given in a Paris manuscript, are printed in Robert's "Fables inedites"); commentaries, on portions of Aristotle and Ovid's "Metamorphoses", which remain unprinted, and on Martianus Capella, which has recently received an edition, and on other works.
Geoponici The "Opus Agriculturae" of Palladius (4th century), in fourteen books, which is largely derived from Columella, is rearranged into a farmer's calendar, in which the different rural occupations are arranged in order of months. The fourteenth book (on forestry) is written in elegiacs (eighty-five couplets). The whole of Palladius and considerable fragments of Gargilius Martialis are extant.
Conrad Bursian His favorite classical authors were Aristophanes, Demosthenes, Theocritus and the Greek tragedians; among the Romans, he favoured Lucretius, Juvenal and the Elegiacs. He was editor of the "Jahresbericht über die Fortschritte der klassischen Altertumswissenschaft" (Annual report on the progress of classical studies), and wrote an outline of Greek art history for Ersch and Gruber's "Allgemeine Encyclopädie der Wissenschaften und Künste".
Gloria, laus et honor Gloria, Laus et Honor is a Christian hymn, composed by Theodulph of Orléans in 810. It is in Latin elegiacs, of which the Roman Missal takes the first six for the hymn following the procession on Palm Sunday (the use to which the hymn was always dedicated).
George Goad Goad continued the catalogues of the members of the foundation of Eton College from those of Thomas Hatcher and John Scott to 1646, of which Thomas Fuller and Anthony Wood made use, and which William Cole transcribed (cf. Addit. MSS. 5814-17, 5955). He has Latin elegiacs 'in felicem Natalem illustrissimi Principis Ducis Eboracensis' at pp. 40–1 of "Ducis Eboracensis Fasciæ."
John Maxwell Edmonds Edmonds was also responsible for translating into Greek elegiacs A. E. Housman's “Epitaph on an army of mercenaries”, a tribute to the British Expeditionary Force on the third anniversary of the battle of Ypres, which appeared in "The Times" on 31 October 1917. The Greek version was published in the "Classical Review" 31 that year.
Reginald Bainbrigg An "Inscription on the Picts wall sent by Reginald Bainbrigg to Mr. William Camden" is among the Lansdowne MSS. (121, art. 20). Some Latin elegiacs on the death of Sir Philip Sidney, signed 'R. Bauningus,' in the "Lacrimæ Cantabrigienses" (1587), have been attributed to Bainbrigg.
Marcus Valerius Messalla Messallinus In 13 BC, the Latin Poet Ovid published a three-book collection titled Epistulae ex Ponto (Letters from the Black Sea) also in elegiacs but addressed to named individuals, among them is Messallinus (1.7, 2.2). He is also addressed in Ovid’s Tristia (4.4).