Cassell's Latin dictionary, by J.R. and C. Beard

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Page iii - Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology. Edited by WILLIAM SMITH, LL.D., Classical Examiner in the University of London. Medium 8vo. Illustrated by numerous Engravings on Wood. Complete in Three Vols., 51. 15». Gd. Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities.
Page iv - Calliepeia, or a rich store-house of proper, choyce, and elegant Latine words and phrases collected (for the most part) out of Tullie's works, and for the use and benefit of scholars by Thomas Drax. London: 1612. BPL (Prince). "Thomas Oakes me jure tenet 1658...
Page ii - BA This Dictionary comprehends every word used by the most eminent Latin writers. The meanings of each word are arranged, as far as possible, in their etymological order ; and brief illustrative quotations are appended, which will afford substantial help to the Student. Many excellencies, hitherto characteristic of more voluminous works, have heen compressed into the space of this Dictionary, without in any way sacrificing clearness.
Page 101 - Curtius is the author of a history of Alexander the Great in ten Books, of which the first two have not survived.
Page 295 - Arne was intended by his father for the profession of the law, and on leaving Eton College was placed in a solicitor's office for three years. But his love for music...
Page 265 - A figure of more than human size appeared to both the consuls in a dream, and announced that the general on one side, and the army on the other, were forfeited to the infernal gods and mother earth.
Page 220 - Cp. the antithesis carnis — lacertorum § 77lacertis. As opposed to brachium, lacerķus is the upper part of the arm, from the shoulder to the elbow.
Page 50 - Hebrew name is mentioned separately therein, with reference to the sign of the Zodiac in which the sun is at the...
Page 295 - FLACCCS, one of the most celebrated of the Roman poets, was born at Venusium...
Page 215 - J fj, a consonant, originally written with the same sign as the vowel I, i, yet recognised by the ancients as a different letter.

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