A First Latin Writer

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American Book Company, 1904 - Latin language - 145 pages
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Page 124 - A Relative pronoun agrees with its Antecedent in gender and number, but its case depends on the construction of the clause in which it stands ( 198).
Page 148 - Nemesianus, Phaedrus, Lucan, Valerius Flaccus, Seneca, the Octavia (anonymous), Persius, Statius, Silius Italicus, Martial, Juvenal, Pervigilium Veneris, Ausonius, and Claudianus. The works of Latin Literature of the post-Augustan period have hitherto, with a few notable exceptions, been virtually excluded from the classical curricula of colleges and universities. The present collection has been made primarily for the use of students in higher classes in colleges. The selections will be found useful...
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Page 152 - Designed for those schools and students who are excluded from the use of the larger Classical Dictionary by its size and price. Every name likely to be met with at the beginning of classical study will be found in this dictionary.
Page 158 - By CHARLES R. DRYER, MA, FGSA Professor of Geography in the Indiana State Normal School Half leather, 12mo. Illustrated. 430 pages. . . . Price, $1.20 EASY AS WELL AS FULL AND ACCURATE One of the chief merits of this text-book is that it is simpler than any other complete and accurate treatise on the subject now before the public. The treatment, although specially adapted for the high school course, is easily within the comprehension of pupils in the upper grade of the grammar school. TREATMENT BY...
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Page 148 - Copies sent, prepaid, to any address on receipt of the price, American Book Company New York • Cincinnati • Chicago Latin Literature of the Empire Selected and Edited with Revised Texts and Brief Introductions BY ALFRED GUDEMAN, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Classical Philology, University of Pennsylvania In Two Volumes. Cloth, 12mo. Per Volume. $1.80 VOL. I — PROSE. Selections from Velleius, Curtius, Seneca Rhetor, Justinus (Trogus Pompeius), Seneca, Petronius, including Cena Trimalchionis,...
Page 149 - Half Leather, $5.00 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.
Page 102 - EG II. 32 INDIRECT: dicit se id quod in Nerviis fecerit, facturum esse, he says that he will do that which lie did in (the case of) the Nervii dixit se id quod in Nerviis fecisset, facturum esse, he said that he would do that which he had done in (the case of) the Nervii DIRECT: veremur angustias itineris quae intercedunt, we fear the difficulties of the way which intervene, cf. BGI 39 INDIRECT: dicunt se vereri angustias itineris quae intercedant, they...
Page 113 - Many verbs compounded with ad, ante, con, in, inter, ob, post, prae, pro, sub, super, and some with circum, admit the Dative of the indirect object ( 370).

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