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  Et in Arcadia Ego
Et in Arcadia dodo - flightless and extinct in Arcadia.
Et in Arcadia Quasimodo - The Hunchback of Arcadia.
Et in Arcadia Ricardo - Lucy, you can't be in Arcadia!
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 Et in Arcadia ego - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Et in Arcadia ego" is a Latin phrase that most famously appears as the title of two paintings by Nicolas Poussin (1594–1665).
While the phrase "et in Arcadia ego" is a nominal phrase with no finite verb, it is a perfectly acceptable construction in Latin.
In The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail, Baigent, Leigh, and Lincoln, under the false impression that "et in Arcadia ego" was not a proper Latin sentence, proposed that it is an anagram for I!
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 On the Arcadian Theme   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
"Et in Arcadia" is Nicolas Poussin's elegiac meditation on a Latin phrase found in Virgil's fifth eclogue that translates literally as "Even in Arcady, there am I," or "Death is even in Arcady," but has been interpreted in various ways through the ages.
In the reality of mythological Arcadia there were many terrifying dangers, the least of which was death, for its vast population of nymphs, dryads, naiads, satyrs, fauns, Cyclops and lesser gods such as Pan and occasionally Dionysus.
Arcadia is then the anarchist state inhabited by uncontrollable misfits where Pan keeps vigil over his domain, scaring away rational beings with his unearthly howls and screeches.
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 ingleby gallery | bookshop and editions | Et in Arcadia Ego - Ian Hamilton Finlay |
Et in Arcadia Ego - Ian Hamilton Finlay
Et in Arcadia Ego - Ian Hamilton Finlay
Beautiful publication to accompany the installation of 'Et in Arcadia Ego' in The Hague.
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 Arcadia by Tom Stoppard at Theatre at UBC >> On the Subject
Arcadia is an actual geographical place in the Peloponnese, in Southern Greece, but one that has been mythologized and idealized since ancient times.
The idea of Arcadia is charged with depth and meaning through the two references in the play to the et in Arcadia ego theme.
The memorial stone in the park parallels the monument encountered by the shepherds in the et in Arcadia ego paintings [by Il Guercino (1618) and Nicolas Poussin (1627, 1638)].** The inscription on the memorial to Thomasina awaits the later generation of curious young people to decipher it.
www.theatre.ubc.ca /arcadia/subject_hanna_scolnicov.htm   (673 words)

  
 Et In Arcadia Ego
Poussin’s first version of Et In Arcadia Ego – containing the element of drama and surprise on the part of the shepherds that encounter the tomb –; being a counterpart to Poussin’s other painting, Midas Washing His Face In The River Pactolus.
Poussin’s second version of Et In Arcadia Ego – with the element of drama and surprise on the part of the shepherds being eliminated – instead displaying pensive contemplation.
Poussin's first biographer, Giovanni Pietro Bellori, interpreted Et In Arcadia Ego as: "...the grave is to be found even in Arcady and that death occurs in the very midst of delight".
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 CD Baby: ARCADIA: Fracture Concrete   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
But what is very important is to find them ready to strike back in their best shape, ready to take out their heaviest weapons with a monolitic nu metal influenced by the most cybernetic fear factory, ready to strike at their highest pitch of composing maturity.
The sound is sometimes nervous,unsteady and schizo rythmics which alternate with surgical precision, melodic to angry parts with lots of diverse aspetcs, often inspired by the most dynamic and experimental crossover, with the addition of electronics and a very heavy riffing.
ARCADIA - "FRACTURE CONCRETE" Arcadia define their own musical proposal as " nu extreme metal", but the definition "nu hardcore metal" would fit better; beware not to misunderstand, this is not an obvious album composed by monotone songs!
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At the beginning of the XVII C it was quite common to find in pastoral painting the Latin motto "et in Arcadia ego".
Greek Arcadia was considered as the bucolic region par excellence and was symbolically adopted as such by the Academy of Arcadia, which was founded in Rome in 1690 by a group of scholars within Christina of Sweden's circle, and was located in Bosco Parrasio (Parrasio Wood), at Gianicolo's sides.
According to one it means "Also I (lived) in Arcadia" and it supposedly refers to the nostalgia for far-away and lost happiness.
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 Detailed Reviews [Zess - 2004 - "Et in Arcadia Ego"] - ProgressoR
Their only album, "Et in Arcadia Ego" was recorded in the beginning of 1988, but wasn't released until now.
The 50-minute "Et in Arcadia Ego" consists of nine tracks and is an excellent album in its category, though I believe its follow-up would've been better if Zess were still in the ranks after recording this material and would have continued their creation.
After Black Arcadia Zess stepped over the framework of doom-y classicism, with your permission, and the change of the line was so unexpected that I hardly believed my ears.
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 ET IN ARCADIA EGO (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.tamu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Arcadia is an actual region of Greece, a series of valleys surrounded by high mountains and therefore difficult of access.
In very ancient times, the people of Arcadia were known to be rather primitive herdsmen of sheep, goats and bovines, rustic folk who led an unsophisticated yet happy life in the natural fertility of their valleys and foothills.
Pour tout dire, l'origine de l'expression "Et in arcadia ego" reste douteuse ; elle pourrait se trouver dans un poème ou une chanson de la renaissance, maintenant oubliés...
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 Maranatha Puzzle - Et in Arcadia Ego   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The Maranatha Et in Arcadia Ego was the first book of the Maranatha Series and was released to internet sales on the 13th October 2005.
As this secret is the core of a historic truth that has been protected for centuries and it is this revelation and prize that is held in Maranatha — Et In Arcadia Ego.
His efforts were not in vain, and at the end of his study the legend of Nicolas Flamel began, and with it the myths and tales of the 'Philosopher's Stone', an elixir of life and an apparent inexhaustible wealth, became an enigma.
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 Blanchefort Headstones   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Arcadia to the Romans was a mountainous region in the Peloponnesus while its more poetic meaning was an idyllic pasture land populated by shepherds who spent most if not all their time singing songs and playing instruments.
In front of them and somewhat to the right of the painting is a large stone sarcophagus bearing the inscription ET IN ARCADIA EGO and the three shepherds are studying it with great intensity.
The words Et In Arcadia Ego also happen to be the motto of one of the ancient Kings of France, Jean VI who ruled during the middle of the 12
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 College of Charleston: Halsey Institute Exhibition - Simon Norfolk: Et in Arcadia Ego   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The title of this body of work Et in Arcadia Ego is taken from a 1647 painting by Nicholas Poussin.
Translated literally, the phrase means “And I (=death) too (am) in Arcadia” or “I (=the person in the tomb) also used to live in Arcadia.” Historically, Arcadia is a region in ancient Greece known for primitive, yet paradise-like, characteristics of pastoral landscapes and roaming shepherds.
Later, the term “Arcadia” became used more loosely in prose as a pastoral, idyllic place, not specifically located in Greece, comparative to the idea of the “Sublime” in 18th and 19th century European paintings.
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 Arcadia (band) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Arcadia was the pop group formed in 1985 by Simon Le Bon, Nick Rhodes and Roger Taylor of Duran Duran, during a break in that band's schedule.
The name of the band was reportedly inspired by the Nicolas Poussin painting "Et in Arcadia ego" (also known as "The Arcadian Shepherds").
Arcadia was dissolved in late 1986 when Duran Duran re-formed with LeBon, Rhodes, and bassist John Taylor to record Notorious.
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Accordingly, "I, too, have lived in Arcadia" makes sense, as Louis Marin implies, only inasmuch as it is mediated by our own ravishing of a tomb and a dead language, the Latin Et in Arcadia Ego.
This means that the inscription "I, too, have lived in Arcadia" invokes ("quotes") an original context that cannot be reproduced either in painting or in writing.
Such is the case both with Poussin’s painting "Et in Arcadia Ego" and Keats’s famous paradigm of ekphrasis, "Ode on a Grecian Urn," which involves transfer in the opposite direction: from visual to verbal art.
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 Nicolas Poussin poster ET IN ARCADIA EGO Rennes-le-Château
To literate people in the 17th century the name Arcadia readily evoked the pastoral tradition, that easy going genre of poetry that had developed in parallel with epic writing since the time of the classical Greeks.
The literary sources are numerous - from the Eclogues or Bucolics of Virgil to the Arcadia of Jacopo Sannazaro (1502) - all invoking an imaginary place, a "kingdom of Utopia".
At the age of 50, the abbé Boudet was a highly cultured, erudite, enigmatic man, an indefatigable walker and a specialist in field archeology and ancient languages.
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 „Et in arcadia ego"
Et in arcadia ego schrieb zu Anfang des 17.
Mit der Wandlung des Motivs ging eine Neuinterpretation der Inschrift einher: "Et in arcadia ego" wurde nun nicht mehr auf den Tod, sondern auf dem mutmaßlichen Urheber der Inschrift bezogen.
In der falschen Interpretation wurde "et in arcadia ego" zum geflügelten Wort.
www.udo-leuschner.de /sehn-sucht/arkadien/s05schaefer.htm   (1375 words)

  
 Et in Arcadia Ego by GUERCINO
The title could be interpreted as a sentence uttered by Death ("I too am in Arcadia").
An effective exploration of the memento mori is attained by the addition of the skull, with its worm and fly, and the inscription Et in Arcadia ego.
An early work of Guercino, the painting was executed before his Roman period (1621-23) and after his voyage to Venice, where this sort of moralizing allegory was quite popular.
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However, your mention of Arcadia, and especially of dying in Arcadia, immediately brings to mind the topos of ET IN ARCADIA EGO.
However, the phrasing of ET IN ARCADIA EGO does not seem to date back to antiquity or the Italian Renaissance; apparently, it is the inscription in Guercino's painting where the phrase was used for the very first time.
"Et in Arcadia Ego" probably meant "I [am] even in Arcadia" to Guercino when he put it on a pedestal with a Death's Head, and it was to be understood as the voice of Death.
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 ET IN ARCADIA EGO - Robert GAVELLE
Enfin, M. Weisbach propose une troisième lecture: le mot ET se rapporterait à IN ARCADIA comme le pense M.
EGO rejeté à la fin du discours exprime le retour du défunt sur lui-même qui confronte en un seul mot d’une concision poignante ce qu’il fut, et ce qu’il est.
La gravure d’Aldegrever nous inviterait à rattacher l’inscription: ET IN ARCADIA EGO aux épitaphes hardiment antithétiques du Moyen-Age et de la Renaissance.
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 Et In Arcadia
George III believed Arcadia was a place of perfect bliss and Utopian beauty far removed from reality, but Greek authors knew better -- that the real Arcadia was the domain of the great god Pan, who played his syrinx in a bleak and rocky domain devoid of all the comforts of life.
Once Virgil succeeded in idealising Arcadia, the pastoral kingdom of Arcady evolved rapidly into a source of inspiration for innumerable artists.
Et In Arcadia Ego may translate several ways, such as: 'I, too, was born [or lived] in Arcady'; or, 'Even in Arcady, there I am'.
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 THE VILLAGE ORCHESTRA Et In Arcadia Ego
Despite its gentle appearance, Et In Arcadia Ego shows some clear signs of rampant psychedelia, partly emphasised by the use of constantly changing soundscapes.
Law is sensed fine-tuning his compositions to maximise the impact of both the sonic environment and melody.
Et In Arcardia Ego is the most accomplished record released on Highpoint Lowlife yet, and is one of the most impressive debut albums of the year.
www.themilkfactory.co.uk /reviews/tvo_arcadia.htm   (468 words)

  
 'Et in Arcadia Ego' by POUSSIN, Nicolas
'Et in Arcadia ego' is a phrase coined by Virgil and used in 17th century Italy expressing, in an elliptical way, the humanistic sentiment: Even in Arcadia I (i.e.
The earliest representation of the theme by Guercino (Galleria Corsini, Rome) shows two shepherds coming unexpectedly upon a skull - the typical memento mori - that lies on a piece of fallen masonry bearing the words 'Et in Arcadia ego'.
In the hands of Poussin who made two versions the sense was gradually modified.
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 Arcadia (utopia) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It may be suggested that its inhabitants have merely continued to live as people did in the Golden Age, and all other nations have less pleasant lives because they have allowed themselves to depart from the original simplicity.
A number of role-playing games have also adopted the idea, either using it as a separate realm within the multiverse (a la the Arcadia of the Dungeons and Dragons universe), or even using it as the central focus of an entire game system (as was the case with White Wolf's Changeling: The Dreaming game).
The american rockband Red Hot Chili Peppers refer to Arcadia in their album title "Stadium Arcadium".
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 Et in Arcadia Ego   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Et in Arcadia Ego 983273958 983401200 Vienna Austria artLab http://www.artlab.at wladar@hilger.at 983273958.jpg 985129199 o artLab Et in Arcadia Ego artLab is pleased to present paintings and sculptures by Gunter Damisch, Thomas Jessen, Cornelia Schleime and Sebastian Weissenbacher.
It is the idea of the land of milk and honey, where sheep and wolf live peacefully side by side (on what would they feed themselves?).
Hence, Arcadia could also exist in reality, it could be a place we would love to go to.
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 Millennium: In Arcadia Ego - TV.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The title of this episode "In Arcadia Ego" may refer to a phrase coined in 17th century Italy: "Et in Arcadia ego".
This theme is represented in two famous paintings "Et in Arcadia ego" (1618) by Guercino and "Et in Arcadia ego" or "The Arcadian shepherds" (1637-39) by Nicolas Poussin.
Even though never stated, the image in the bullet that was meant to kill Janette had the image of The Virgin Mary in it.
www.tv.com /millennium/in-arcadia-ego/episode/25904/summary.html   (322 words)

  
 Senior's Story Et In Arcadia Ego
It appeared to be an old tomb with the image of a sleeping knight carved onto the top.
At the feet of the knight was the phrase Et In Arcadia Ego.
Remembering back to my days of law school, recalled that in Latin, that roughly translated to Even In Arcadia Was I. Arcadia, that mythical place of beauty, where nothing seamed to pass on.
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