Introduction to the Study of Latin Inscriptions

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American Book Company, 1896 - Inscriptions, Latin - 480 pages
 

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Page 426 - AND HELM'S CICERO Edited by J. REMSEN BiSHOP, Ph.D., Principal, Eastern High School, Detroit; FREDERICK ALWIN KING, Ph.D., Instructor in Latin and Greek, Hughes High School, Cincinnati; and NATHAN WILBUR HELM, AM, Principal, Evanston
Page 426 - selected to picture the environment of the orator as it was in the Republican, and not as it was in the imperial, period. The source of each illustration is accurately indicated. The aim of this edition has been helpfulness toward an appreciation of Cicero and of his literary work and the exclusion of borrowed or original erudition. Such help as seemed to
Page 428 - and a vocabulary. The first hundred lines are divided into feet for scansion, with the accents and caesuras marked. The first three stories are accompanied by a
Page 426 - Marcellus, Ligarius, and Murena, and selections from the Letters. The Murena is included because it exhibits Cicero's powers to a generous degree, aud with the Milo afFords material for rapid reading. Quantities are marked in
Page 425 - is intended to give such assistance in interpretation as may help students to some appreciation of Horace's art and charm. The relation of the poet to his Greek models,
Page 426 - HIS edition is issued in two forms: one containing the six orations most frequently required by colleges for entrance—the Manilian Law, the four orations against
Page 268 - Cn. Cornelius Cn. f. Scipio Hispanus pr., aid. cur., q., tr. mil. II, x vir si. iudik. X vir sacr. fac.
Page 427 - Edited by HENRY S. FRIEZE, late Professor of Latin, University of Michigan. Revised by WALTER H. DENNISON, Professor of Latin, University of Michigan
Page 426 - expected to conquer by himself has been avoided. Grammatical principles are enunciated as far as possible, and references to the leading Latin grammars are given. The notes contain much assistance in translation and are clearly expressed. The vocabulary contains carefully prepared renderings of' the words and phrases used in the texts. AMERICAN BOOK COMPANY VIRGIL'S AENEID Edited by HENRY S. FRIEZE, late Professor of Latin, University of Michigan. Revised by WALTER H.
Page 425 - dealing with the poet's life and writings, discusses his lyric metres and peculiarities of syntax. The commentary is not limited to the baldest aids, but is intended to give such assistance in interpretation as may help students to some appreciation of Horace's art and charm. The

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