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" If a numeral noun agree in number, case, and gender, with sestertius, then it denotes so many sestertii — as decem sestertii. Secondly : If a numeral noun of another case be joined with the genitive plural of sestertius it denotes so many thousand,... "
A New and Literal Translation of Juvenal and Persius: With Copious ... - Page 23
by Juvenal - 1813
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A New and Literal Translation of Juvenal and Persius: With ..., Volume 1

Juvenal, Persius - 1807
...were let to merchants and traders at a great rent. . 106. Procure 400.] In reckoning by sestercus, the Romans had an art which may be understood by these...and gender, with sestertius, then it denotes so many sestertii—as decem sestertii. Secondly: If a numeral noun of another case be joined with the genitive...
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Cicero's select orations

Marcus Tullius Cicero, William Duncan - 1811 - 671 pages
...we have already obfervrd, was equivalent to a thouяаа ujtcrtii, about eight pounds of our money, in reckoning by sesterces, the Romans had an art, which may be understood by these three rules •. The first is, if a numeral noun agree in case, gender, and number with tat trtius, then it denotes...
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Romae Antiquae Notitia: Or, The Antiquities of Rome. In Two Parts. To which ...

Basil Kennett - Rome - 1812 - 353 pages
...as it is now used, but we very often meet withit in the plural, though with the same signification. In reckoning by Sesterces, the Romans had an art, which may be understood by these three rules ; the first is, if a numeral noun agree in cnse, gender, and number, with Sestertius, then it denotes...
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The New Hampshire Latin Grammar: Comprehending All the Necessary Rules in ...

John Smith - Latin language - 1812 - 204 pages
...sestrrtium, as we have already observed, was equivalent to a thousand sestertii, about eight pounds sterling. In reckoning by sesterces, the Romans had an art, which may be understood by the three following rules, viz. 1. When a numeral noun agrees in case, gentle r, and number, with sestertius,...
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A New and Literal Translation of Juvenal and Persius, Volumes 1-2

Juvenal - Verse satire, Latin - 1813
...In reckoning by i sesterces, the Roroaiis had an art which may be understood by these three rales : First : If a numeral noun agree in number, case, and...as decem sestertii. Secondly : If a numeral noun of ;moiher case bo joined with the genitive plural of sestertius, it denotes so many thousand, as decem...
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A Literal Translation of Those Satires of Juvenal and Persius which are Read ...

Juvenal - Verse satire, Latin - 1822 - 415 pages
...merchants and traders at a great rent. 92. Procure 400.] In reckoning by sesterces, the Romans, bed an nrt which may be understood by these three rules : First...as decem sestertii. Secondly : If a numeral noun of andred thousand sestertii. Or if the numeral adverb be put by itself, the signification is the same...
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Romĉ Antiquĉ Notitia: Or the Antiquities of Rome : in Two Parts ; to which ...

Basil Kennett - Rome - 1822 - 356 pages
...used, but we very often meet with it in the plural, though with the same signification. In reckouing by Sesterces, the Romans had an art, which may be understood by these three rules; the first is, if a numeral noun agree in case, gender, and number, with Sestertius, then it denotes...
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M.T. Ciceronis orationes quĉdam selectĉ, in usam Delphini: cum ...

Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1826 - 394 pages
...sestertius was equal to two asses and a half. In reckoning by sesterces, the Romans had an art which maybe understood by these three rules. First, if a numeral noun agree in case gender and number with sestertius, then it denotes precisely so many sestertii as decem sestertii,...
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Orationes quaedam selectae, in usum Delphini, cum interpretatione et ...

Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1828 - 367 pages
...thousand sestertii, about eight pounds sterling, each sestertius was equal to two asses and a half. In reckoning by sesterces, the Romans had an art which...these three rules. First, if a numeral noun agree in case, gender and number with sestertius, then it denotes precisely so many sestertii as decem sestertii,...
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A new and literal translation of Juvenal and Persius; with notes by M. Madan ...

Juvenal - 1829
...Tabernae here may be understood to mean shops or warehouses, which were in the forum, or market-place, and which, by reason of their situation, were let...had an art which may be understood by these three rales : First : If a numeral noun agree in number, case, and gender, with sestertius, then it denotes...
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