Archive for February 10th, 2020

O lente, lente currite noctis equi! (Ovid´s “Amore”)

10 February 2020

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O lente, lente currite noctis equi!
O, run slowly, slowly, horses of the night!

“Originally from Ovid’s “Amore” (Liber I, XIII, Line 40: Lente currite
noctis equi) with reference to horses pulling Time’s chariot, and he wants the night to stretch out so he can spend more time with his mistress. Later used
in Dr. Faustus by Christopher Marlowe, metaphorically spoken by Faustus who is awaiting the appearance of Lucifer, who is expected to collect Faustus’ soul when the clock strikes midnight.” 


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