T. Macci Plauti Aulularia

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Deighton Bell and Company, 1866 - Comedy - 166 pages
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Page 135 - She'd come again, and with a greedy ear Devour up my discourse; which I observing Took once a pliant hour; and found good means To draw from her a prayer of earnest heart, That I would all my pilgrimage dilate Whereof by parcels she had something heard, But not...
Page xxxi - aurium causa dicimus. 161 Quin etiam, quod iam subrusticum uidetur, olim autem politius, eorum uerborum, quorum eaedem erant postremae duae litterae quae sunt in optumus , postremam litteram detrahebant, nisi uocalis insequebatur. Ita non erat ea offensio in uersibus, quam nunc fugiunt poetae noui. Sic enim loquebamur :
Page 21 - Sagire enim sentire acute est ; ex quo sagae anus, quia multa scire volunt, et sagaces dicti canes. Is igitur, qui ante sagit, quam oblata res est, dicitur praesagire, id est futura ante sentire.
Page 102 - proles non eum significat qui patre mortuo, sed qui postremo loco natus est, sicuti Silvius, qui Aenea iam sene tardo 6 seroque partu est editus.
Page 88 - Lucr. in 889, where he quotes a line of Spenser ' Poorly poor man he lived, poorly poor man he died.
Page 116 - furciferi dicebantur qui ob leve delictum cogebantur a dominis ignominiaemagisquam supplicii causa circa vicinos furcam in collo ferre, subligatis ad eam manibus, et praedicare peccatum suum simulque conmonere ceteros ne quid simile admittant.
Page vi - circum litora , tamquam unum enuntio dissimulata distinctione, itaque tamquam in una voce una est acuta : quod idem accidit in illo Troiae qui primus ab oris.
Page 99 - ... strange that a confidential conversation should purposely take place in a public street, we should not forget that the constant habit of the...
Page xxxix - ... has never produced his arguments for the possibility of putting together such thoroughly different cases. In accordance with G. Hermann's views Ritschl assumes monosyllabic pronunciation for enim aput quidem fores manus senex simul, on which he remarks ' quae quis tam pravo iudicio est ut correptis potius ultimis syllabis quam pronuntiando elisis primis dicta esse contendal ?
Page 20 - Post mediam aetatem, qui mediam ducit uxorem domum ; Si eam senex anum praegnantem fortuitu fecerit, Quid dubitas, quin sit paratum nomen puero Postumus ? Knur ego istum, soror, laborem demam, ct diminuam tibi.

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