Somnium


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Somnium

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13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Atmel Corporation and SOMNIUM Technologies today announced the availability of SOMNIUM DRT as an extension to the recently launched Atmel Studio 7-a fully integrated development environment (IDE) leveraging the Microsoft Visual Studio Shell.
Chepstow-based Somnium Technologies is one of the latest "success stories" from the Welsh Government's High Potential Starts programme which provides bespoke support and advice for technology companies.
Also inspired by Lucians adventures, Johannes Kepler's Somnium or Dream (1608) followed a similar theme of extra-terrestrial exploration, becoming the first medieval prototype of the genre of science fiction.
Every allegorical dream-poem in the Middle Ages records a feigned somnium.
This is how we moderns think of dreams working, not like a scene transposed from real life into the dreamer's head; and this category of medieval dream is a somnium (Marchesi 174).
Los mismos autores clasicos vinculados con la corriente estoica que sirvieron de inspiracion al grupo de la Familia del Amor y posteriormente a Ortelius en el diseno de su atlas fueron igualmente los precursores en muchos casos de la tradicion de los viajes celestiales en la literatura entre los que destacan el Somnium Scipionis de Ciceron, la Republica de Platon, Icaromenippus de Luciano, la Farsalia de Lucano, Teseida de Boccaccio, la version de Troilo y Criseida de Chaucer, la "Noche Serena" de Fray Luis de Leon o El Crotalon de Christophoro Gnophoso.
There are many other strands that have played a part in the creation of sf, but the most obvious omissions from the list are the marvelous journey or interplanetary voyage, a very curious omission given that one prominent recent history of the genre, by Adam Roberts, specifically sees the birth of the genre in such works--notably Johannes Kepler's Somnium, which is not mentioned at all in this volume.
At first, however, the narrator of the Parliament improperly reads the Somnium Scipionis, unable to find consolation for his "hevynesse" (89), and, without the help of his subsequent dream experience, neither can the Duchess narrator render a satisfactory reading of the tale of Ceyx and Alcyone.
Eben nota la presenza del Somnium Scipionis nell'Africa, il poema slatino del Petrarca.
The use of papaver somniferum (from the Latin fero ferre = 'to bear/bring' and somnium = 'sleep') as a narcotic, goes back to the 13th century BC.
allegorical lunar geography, Somnium, sive Astronomia Lunaris (1634;
LONG PLAYERS Robert Rich's Somnium is seven hours long and meant to be listened to all the way through, though there are three parts.