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Africa Ambiorix Americanis Americanl Asia Minor Britanni Byzantium Caesar Canada Columbus Galli Gaul Hannibal Ianiculum Indis Indl Indorum Indus Iuba LESSON Latin Liberia Londinium Nervii Novum Eboracum Partic Ph.D Roman Superl Treveri Utica Vasingto absol army back battle bellum bring camp carry case castellum castra castris celeriter city clause colonl compar conj country domum eius erant esset exercitu first following force freely give great help hostes hostium ille indeclinable interim iter itus legatus litus make masc meaning means milia passuum milites modifying name naves navis neque neut noctu note noun officer olim omnibus one's onis oppidum orum pass paucls people phrase place postremo prep profectus quidam same see the Vocab silvas sine mora sing statim syntax take tamen tense thing time tion town trans translate turn undique used verb word words
Page 234 - Translated impersonally, be (one's) wont, be (one's) custom. solum, adv., only, non solum . . . sed etiam, not only . . . but also. solus, -a, -um, alone, in solitude; unaided, single-handed; in single combat (72).
Page 241 - It meets tjie most exacting college entrance requirements. ^J Part I is a summary of the fundamental principles of Latin grammar and syntax, and contains clear, concise explanations of many points that are troublesome to the ordinary pupil. It is divided into graded lessons of convenient length, each lesson...
Page 169 - Hannibal, the most famous general of the Carthaginians, was simply biding his time to renew the war under more favorable conditions ; and so they desired to arrest and hold him as a prisoner. By hastening into exile, Hannibal escaped for some years, and improved the opportunity to stir up a great deal of trouble for the Romans in the East. Quae dum in Asiä geruntur, accidit cäsu ut lëgätï Prusiae Römae apud T. Quinctium Flämininum cönsulärem 1.
Page 245 - This dictionary is not an abridgment, but an entirely new and independent work, designed to include all of the student's needs, after acquiring the elements of grammar, for the interpretation of the Latin authors commonly read in school. LEWIS'S ELEMENTARY LATIN DICTIONARY By CHARLTON T. LEWIS, Ph.D. Crown Octavo, 952 pages. Half Leather...
Page 246 - ... needs of both the school and the college student. They include: (1) General assistance in the translation of difficult and obscure passages. (2) Judicious references on points of syntax to all the modern school grammars in common use. (3) Notes and comments upon points of antiquarian interest. (4) Suggestions and illustrations of the relations of Ovid's stories to their earlier sources, and especially of their effect upon English literature. The vocabulary, which has been prepared especially...