A Latin Reader: Intended as a Companion to the Author's Latin Grammar : with References, Suggestions, Notes and Vocabulary

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D. Appleton, 1866 - Latin language - 212 pages
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Page 64 - Pyrrhus vulneratus est, elephanti interfecti, viginti millia hostium caesa sunt. Pyrrhus Tarentum fugit. Interjecto anno, Fabricius contra eum missus est. Ad hunc medicus Pyrrhi nocte venit promittens, se Pyrrhum veneno occisurum, si munus sibi daretur.
Page 121 - This was the interval between the death of one king and the accession of his successor to the throne. In this instance the government was administered by the senate. Elapso; from elabor.
Page 66 - End of the First Punic War, 241 B . C. 46. Tandem, C. Lutatio Catulo, A. Postumio consulibus, anno belli Punici vicesimo tertio magnum proelium navale commissum est contra Lilybaeum, promontorium Siciliae. In eo proelio septuaginta tres Carthaginiensium naves captae, centum viginti quinque demersae, triginta duo millia hostium capta, tredecim millia occisa sunt.

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