The First Part of Jacobs and Döring's Latin Reader: Adapted to Andrews and Stoddard's Latin Grammar (Google eBook)

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Crocker and Brewster, 1839 - Latin language - 266 pages
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Page 99 - Cyzlcum transtulisset, ut, hac urbe capta, totam Asiam invaderet, Lucullus ei, alter consul, occurrit, ac dum Mithridates in obsidione Cyzici commoratur, ipse eum a tergo obsedit, fameque consumptum multis proeliis vicit. Postremo Byzantium fugavit ; navali quoque proelio ejus duces oppressit.
Page 183 - God :) a lawful thing. Fascis, is, m. a bundle; a fagot : fasces, pi. bundles of birchen rods, carried before the Roman magistrates, with an axe bound up in the middle of them. Fatalis, e, adj.
Page 98 - Romam nobilissimos ex senatu" et consulares viros interfecerunt; multos proscripserunt; ipsius Sullae domo eversa, filios et uxorem" ad fugam compulerunt. Universus reliquus senatus ex urbe fugiens ad Sullam in Graeciam venit, orans ut patria s subveniret. Sulla in Italiam trajecit, hostium exercitus vicit, mox etiam urbem ingressus est, quam cade* et sangume civium replevit.
Page 104 - Cleopatra quoque aspidem sibi admisit, et veneno ejus exstincta est. Ita bellis toto orbe confectis, Octavianus Augustus Romam rediit anno duodecimo* quam consul fuerat.
Page 211 - Mercatus, us, m. (id.) a market; a mart; a fair; an emporium; a sale. Merces, edis, f. (mereo,) wages; a reward; a price. Mercurius, i, m. Mercury, the son of Jupiter and Maia. He was the messenger of the gods. Mereo, ere, ui, itum, intr.
Page 186 - Frigidus, a, um, adj. (ior, issimus cold; from Frigus, oris, n. cold. Frons, frondis, f. a leaf of a tree; a branch with leaves. Fructus, us, m. (fruor,) use; enjoyment; hence,- fruit; produce; advantage.
Page 171 - SB, f. a part of Egypt, so called from its resemblance to the Greek letter delta, A. Delubrum, i, n. a temple; a shrine. Delus or -os, i, f. an island, containing a city of the same name, situated in the JEgean sea; the birthplace of Apollo and Diana.
Page 87 - Carthaginiensibus favit. Quum aliquot proeliis victi essent, Regulum rogaverunt, ut Romam proficisceretur, et pacem captivorumque permutationem a Romanis obtineret. Ille quum Romam venisset, inductus in senatum dixit, se desiisse Romanum esse ex ilia die, qua in potestatem Poenorum venisset.
Page 148 - Aro, are. avi, atum, a. to plough; to cover with the plough. Arreptus, a, um, part from Arripio, -ripere, -ripui, -reptum, a. (ad & rapio, § 189, 2,) to seize upon. Arrogo, are, avi, atum, a.
Page 211 - Merito, adv. with reason ; with good reason; deservedly. Meritum, i, n. (mereo,) merit; desert. Mersi. See Mergo. Mersus, a, um, part, (mergo.) Meriila, x, f.

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