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Alesia Arverni Asia Minor Atrebates Bellovaci Caesar Caesar's Caius Marius Carnutes Celtic Chap Cimbri Circe Cyrus English Gallia Gallic Gaul Gauls Haedui Hannibal Hence Italy Latin Less exactly Marius Nervii Noviodunum Polyphemus Pompey Roman Rome Suevi Ulixes Ulysses Vercingetorix ae Gr akin army atus battle bring carry case cavalry city clause common construction consul country death direct disc enemy first force form give good great hold idiom indir infin king legion life little made make meaning means military modern name neque no p. p. notice noun old case-form omnibus one's onis order pass people perf perh place plur position power prep prob purpose question reduced regular root same see Fig see note sense ships side soldiers subj subjv take they thing three time town translate tribe turn used usually were word words
Page 333 - This was the most unkindest cut of all; For, when the noble Caesar saw him stab, Ingratitude, more strong than traitors...
Page 100 - Though but a youth, he refused to obey Sulla's command. A price was set on his head and he was obliged to flee for his life. Often he was in great peril, and once he was taken, and escaped only by bribing his captor. His friends interceded for him, pleading his youth, and finally obtained his pardon, Sulla saying, " Take him, since you will have it so ; but I would have you know that the youth for whom you are so earnest, will one day overthrow the aristocracy. I see in him many Mariuses.
Page 64 - Pass. inf. iri used with verbs to form the fut. pass. inf. eo [old dat. of is], adv., thither, there (in sense of thither). — Often translated by more def. expressions in Eng., to the place (where, etc.), on them (it, him, etc.) : usque eo ut, to that degree that, so far that.
Page 138 - Caesar ever fought. In this campaign, the coast towns of the west and northwest (Brittany) are reduced to submission. III. After a brief conflict with the mountaineers of the Alps, who attacked the Roman armies on their march, the chief operations are the conquest of the coast tribes of Brittany (Veneti, etc.), in a warfare of curious naval engineering in the shallow tide-water inlets and among the rocky shores. During the season, the tribes of the south-west (Aquitani), a mining population, allied...
Page 37 - ... [con-pleo], 2. va, fill up, fill. — With a different conception of the action from Eng., cover, man (of walls). complexus, -a, -um, pp of complector.
Page 143 - Gallia est omnis divisa in partes tres, quarum unam incolunt Belgae, aliam Aquitani, tertiam qui ipsorum lingua Celtae, nostra Galli appellantur. Hi omnes lingua, institutis, legibus inter se differunt. Gallos ab Aquitanis Garumna flumen, a Belgis Matrona et Sequana dividit.
Page 133 - F., filial affection, affection (for the gods, or one's country, etc)., patriotism. piluin, -i, [?], N., a pestle. — Also, a javelin (the peculiar weapon of the Roman legion, with a heavy shaft 2 or 3 in. thick and 4 ft. long, and an iron head, making a missile more than 6 ft. long, and weighing over 10 Ibs.) : pilum murale, a still heavier missile for use in siege works.
Page 205 - Neque quisquam agri modum certum aut fines habet proprios; sed magistratus ac principes in annos singulos gentibus cognationibusque hominum qui una coierunt, quantum et quo loco visum est agri, attribuunt atque anno post alio transire cogunt.