Cornell Studies in Classical Philology, Volume 6

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Cornell University Press, 1898 - Classical philology
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Page 206 - Ofellum Integris opibus novi non latius usum, Quam nunc accisis. Videas metato in agello 115 Cum pecore et gnatis fortem mercede colonum, „Non ego," narrantem „temere edi luce profesta Quidquam praeter olus fumosae cum pede pernae.
Page 133 - Quis enim tibi hoc concesserit, aut initio genus hominum in montibus ac silvis dissipatum non prudentium consiliis compulsum potius, quam disertorum oratione delenitum se oppidis moenibusque saepsisse? aut vero reliquas utilitates aut in constituendis aut in conservandis civitatibus non a sapientibus et fortibus viris, sed a disertis ornateque dicentibus esse constitutas?
Page 221 - ... ipsius naturae stimulis incitamur ; teneamus eum cursum, qui semper fuit optimi cuiusque ; neque ea signa audiamus, quae receptui canunt, ut eos etiam reuocent, qui iam processerint.
Page 142 - The following negative question is equivalent to a positive assertion : de nat. deor. II, 6, 17. An uero, si ... uideris, non possis adduci, etc.? (b) Unfavorable : Plautus : Aul. 506. Nunc quoquo uenias plus plaustrorum in aedibus Videas quam ruri quando ad uillam ueneris. Poen. 585. Nam istorum nullus nefastust, comitiales sunt meri. Ibi habitant, ibi eos conspicias quam praetorem saepius. Those who are inclined to translate conspicias by "can see", are referred to Part III of this discussion....
Page 63 - ... here is one of the best friends of the person addressed. Just at present they are having a misunderstanding, owing to the supposed failure of one to keep his promise to do a favor for the other. This misunderstanding has been due to the cleverness of Cleostrata. ib. 641. PAR. Optine auris, amabo. LY. I in malam a me crucem. Pectus auris caput teque di perduint. Pardalisca has just come running out of the house, pretending to be terribly frightened at what was happening inside. Lysidamus calls...
Page 4 - Such an entire disregard of any distinction between two different tenses seems to me extremely unfortunate from more than one point of view. In the first place, the...
Page 88 - Hoc patrium est, potius consuefacere filium Sua sponte recte facere quam alieno metu: Hoc pater ac dominus interest; hoc qui nequit, Fateatur nescire imperare liberis. Sed estne hic ipsus de quo agebam?
Page 21 - Cist. 555; utinam efficere quod pollicitu's possies Men. 1104; utinam is sit quem ego quaero, uir sacerrumus Rud. 158; utinam meus nunc mortuos pater ad me nuntietur Most. 233; utinam quae dicis dictis facta suppetant Pseud. 108; utinam di faxint, infecta dicta re eueniant tua Amph. 632; utinam me diui adaxint ad suspendium potius quidem quam hoc pacto apud te seruiam Aul. 50. An den Wunsch schliesst sich die Konzession, z. B. sint sane superbi, quid id ad nos attinet Cato bei Gellius 6 (7), 3, 50....
Page 54 - Ita dilfaciant, ut tu potius sis atque ego te ut uerberem. Sosia has been getting a beating and his words at this point are meek and humble. Furthermore, this prayer is for something that in the nature of things could never be, and is, therefore, not earnest. Capt. 355. Di tibi omnes omnia optata offerant, Quom me tanto honore honestas quomque ex uinclis eximis. The captive, Tyndarus, thus blesses Hegio upon being released from his chains. This, however, is a purely business transaction, the result...
Page 44 - At ita me di ament, hand tibi hoc concedo, etc. ib. 276. Nam ita me di ament, quod me accusat nunc uir, sum extra noxiam. ib. 579. Verum ita me di ament itaque obtingant ex te quae exopto mihi, Vt numquam sciens commerui, merito ut caperet odium illam mei. ib. 642. Bene, ita me di ament, nuntias. ib. 864. BA. . . . Perliberalis uisast. PAM.

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