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The stable is the constellation of the charioteer and the goat, formerly Capricorn: a constellation called proesepe Jovis Heniochi, stable of Iou; and the word Iou is found in the name Iou-seph (Joseph).
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Jovis ira, nec ignis, Nec poterit ferrum, nec edax abolere vetustas.
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Did the bloodthirsty soul of Tiberius comprehend the stainless innocence of the victims he crushed for pastime on the rocks below Villa Jovis?
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Jovis_. Camden explains _Merkiu_ in the same manner, and Carew takes _Marcaiew_ as originally _Marhas diew_, _i.e._ “Thursdaies market, for then it useth this traffike.
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A full mind is the true Pantheism, plena Jovis.
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After the clap of a thund'ring, When Jovis hath the air y-beat; But it doth me for feare sweat.
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Attica neglecto pereat facundia Phoebo: Indignis contingat honos, et pondera rerum; Non virtus sed casus agat; tristique cupido; Pectoribus saevi demens furor aestuet aevi; Omniaque hoec sine mente Jovis, sine numine sumimo.
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Jovis fulmine ardenti pectus ejus percussit.
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The day originally written was Thursday the 7th of February, but "Jovis" was scratched out and "Veneris" written above, while another "i" was intercalated among the i's of the viij of February.
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Jovis_, and the banquets given in honour of the other gods, which duty had originally belonged to the _pontifices_. Julius Caesar added three more, but that alteration did not last.
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Jovis folio flore coccineo Breynii; of the same scarlet colour, with a large deep purple spot in the vexillum, but much bigger, coming all from the same point after the manner of an umbel.
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Examples of Jovi

Example #1
At no great distance is the ass of Typhon (the great she-bear), and the ox or bull, the ancient attendants of the manger.
Example #2
In the library of the king of France is a manuscript in Arabic, marked 1165, in which is a picture of the twelve signs; and that of the Virgin represents a young woman with an infant by her side: the whole scene indeed of the birth of Jesus is to be found in the adjacent part of the heavens.
Example #3
The Author of this celebrated Poem was of this his last composition: for although he had not the happiness of an academical education, as some affirm, if may be perceived, throughout his whole Poem, that he had read much, and was very well accomplished in the most useful parts of human learning.
Example #4
Rapin (in his reflections) speaking of the necessary qualities belonging to a poet, tells us, he must have a genius extraordinary; great natural gifts; a wit just, fruitful, piercing, solid, and universal; an understanding clear and distinct; an imagination neat and pleasant; an elevation of soul, that depends not only on art or study, but is purely the gift of heaven, which must be sustained by a lively sense and vivacity; judgment to consider wisely of things, and vivacity for the beautiful expression of them, &c.
Example #5
There is but one arbiter for your hatred, the hang-man, to whom you would so gladly hurry me.
Example #6
Hunting a woman to the gallows is fit sport for men of your type.