Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, Volume 8

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Harvard University Press, 1897 - Classical philology
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Page 32 - And he took the blind man by the hand and led him out of the town ; and when he had spit on his eyes, and put his hands upon him, he asked him if he saw aught.
Page 32 - When he had thus spoken, he spat on the ground and made clay of the spittle, and he anointed the eyes of the blind man with the clay.
Page 174 - L. Paulus consul iterum, cum ei bellum ut cum rege Perse gereret obtigisset, ut ea ipsa die domum ad vesperum rediit, filiolam suam Tertiam, quae turn erat admodum parva, osculans animum advertit tristiculam. " Quid est," inquit, " mea Tertia ? quid tristis ? " " Mi pater,"'inquit, " Persa periit.
Page 33 - and looking up to heaven he sighed, and saith unto him, Ephphatha, that is, Be opened.
Page 130 - Aureliam familiam ex Sabinis oriundam a Sole dictam putant, quod ei publice a populo Romano datus sit locus, in quo sacra faceret Soli; qui ex hoc Auseli dicebantur, ut Valesii, Papisii pro eo quod est Valerii, Papirii.
Page 33 - man) aside from the multitude, and put his fingers into his ears, and he spit, and touched his tongue
Page 148 - Sertorem quidam putant dictum a prendendo, quia cum cuipiam adserat manum, educendi eius gratia ex servitute in libertatem, vocetur adsertor; cum verisimilius sit dictum qui sereret quid, ac potius adsertorem a serendo cepisse nomen, cum aliquem serat petendo in libertatem eandem qua ipse sit, id est iungat, quia fruges cum seruntur, terrae
Page 162 - Nemorensem Dianae consecravit a quo multi et clari viri orti sunt, et per multos annos fuerunt; unde et proverbium : " Multi Mani Ariciae." Sinnius Capito longe aliter sentit; ait enim turpes et deformes significari, quia Maniae dicuntur deformes personae, et Ariciae genus panni fieri; quod
Page 18 - For as it was composed only of all the past archons, and as, during the preceding thirty years, every archon had been a creature of the Peisistratids, the Areopagites collectively must have been both hostile and odious to Kleisthenes and his partisans,—perhaps a fraction of its members might even retire into exile with Hippias;
Page 42 - praestent Officia et magno comites in fasce libelli. Ipsi magna sonant, sed turn, cum creditor audit, Praecipue, uel si tetigit latus acrior illo Qui uenit ad dubium grandi cum

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