Second Latin reading book. [With] Key

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Page 169 - Edited by John Edwin Sandys, MA, Fellow and Tutor of St John's College, Classical Lecturer at Jesus College, Cambridge. Persii Satirae. Edited by A. Pretor, MA, Fellow of St. Catherine's College, Cambridge, Classical Lecturer of Trinity Hall. 3*.
Page 87 - ... praemittit ad captivas qui nuntiarent ipsum venire : inhibitaque comitantium turba, tabernaculum cum Hephaestione intrat. Is longe omnium amicorum carissimus erat...
Page 9 - Italia sunt, bellum indicium est, qui legatis Romanorum injuriam fecissent. Hi Pyrrhum, Epiri regem, contra Romanos auxilium poposcerunt, qui ex genere Achillis originem trahebat. Is mox ad Italiam venit, tumque primum Romani cum transmarino hoste dimicaverunt. Missus est contra eum consul P. Valerius...
Page 168 - It may be added that round the lives of individuals it will be possible to bring together facts of social life in a clearer way, and to reproduce a more vivid picture of particular times than is possible in a historical handbook. By reading Short Biographies a few clear ideas may be formed in the pupil's mind, which may stimulate to further reading. A vivid impression of one period, however short, wiJl carry the pupil onward and give more general histories an interest in their turn.

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