GĀristofánous@ kwmw̃díai. Aristophanis comoediae undecim. Textum notulis criticis oxornatum usibus scholarum accommodabat indicem nominum adjunxit H.A. Holden

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Page 527 - PART II, being a Selection of Passages for Translation into Latin Lyric and Comic Iambic Verse. Third Edition, ¡s.
Page 509 - Telephus, Herculis et Auges filius, ab Achille in pugna Chiroms hasta percussus dicitur. £x quo vulnere cum in dies tetro cruciatu angeretur, petit sortem ab Apolline, quod esset remedium. Kesponsum est ei neminem mederi posse, nisi eandem hastam qua vulneratus erat. Hoc Telephus ubi audivit, ad regem Agamemnonem venit et monitu Clytaemnestrae Orestem infantem de cunabulis rapuit, minitans se cum occisurum,nisi sibi Achivi mederentur.
Page 527 - Foliorum Silvula. Part II. Being Select Passages for Translation into Latin Lyric and Comic Iambic Verse. By Hubert A. Holden, LL.D.
Page 527 - Foliorum Silvula. Part I. Being select Passages for Translation into Latin Elegiac and Heroic Verse. Second Edition. Post 8vo.
Page 425 - Themisto decepta 10 suos filios occidit. id ubi resciit ipsa se necavit. [Athamas autem in venatione per insaniam Learchum maiorem filium suum interfecit. at Ino cum minore filio Melicerte in mare se deiecit et dea est facta.]] V Athamas Semele quod cum love concubuerat, ob id luno toto generi eius fuit infesta.
Page 417 - All night long, says he, he dances those old dances that Thespis used in his choruses : and he says he'll dance here upon the stage by and by, and shew the tragedians of these times to be a parcel of fools, he'll out-dance them so much. And who can doubt now, that considers what I have newly quoted from Athenaeus, but that Thespis 6 ap^aicx;, the old tragic poet (who lived cxiv.
Page 509 - Achivi mederentur. Achivis autem quod responsum erat, sine Telephi ductu Troiam capi non posse , facile cum eo in gratiam redierunt et ab Achille petierunt, 10 ut eum sanaret. quibus Achilles respondit, se artem medicam non nosse. tunc Ulysses ait: 'non te dicit Apollo, sed au|c torem vu In er is hastam nominat'.
Page 530 - M. MINUCII FELICIS OCTAVIUS. The text newly revised from the only known MS., with an English Commentary, Analysis, and Introduction. Crown 8vo.
Page 415 - he dances those old Dances that Thespis used in his Choruses ; and he says he will dance here upon the Stage by and by, and show the Tragedians of these times to be a parcel of fools, he will out-dance them so much.
Page 523 - This is spoken by the old fellow while he is cutting his capers ; and in one of his frisks he offers to strike the servant that stood by with his foot as it was aloft. Upon which the servant says, 1'd^a, (SaXAws/f, — " You will hit me by and by, with your capering and kicking.

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