Historiĉ antiquĉ epitome: founded on the first two portions of the Lateinisches Elementarbuch by Jacobs and Doering, by T.K. Arnold

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1840
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Page 117 - After this I saw in the night visions and behold a fourth beast dreadful and terrible and strong exceedingly, and it had great iron teeth, it devoured and brake in pieces and stamped the residue with the feet of it, and it was diverse from all the beasts that were before it and it had ten horns.
Page 65 - The LORD of hosts hath purposed it, to stain the pride of all glory, and to bring into contempt all the honourable of the earth.
Page 123 - Sergius Catilina, nobilissimi generis vir, sed ingenii pravissimi, ad delendam patriam conjuravit cum quibusdam claris quidem" sed audacibus viris. A Cicerone urbe* expulsus est, socii ejus deprehensi et in carcere strangulati sunt. Ab Antonio, altero consule, Catilina ipse proelio victus est et interfectus.
Page ii - The object of this Work (which is founded on the principles of imitation and frequent repetition) is to enable the pupil to do exercises from the first day of his beginning his Accidence. It is recommended by the Oxford Diocesan Board of Education, as a useful work for Middle or Commercial Schools ; and adopted at the National Society's Training College at Chelsea.
Page 117 - Tum P. Scipio Africanus in Hispaniam missus est. Is primum militem ignavum et corruptum correxit ; tum multas Hispaniae civitates partim bello cepit, partim in deditionem accepit. Postremo ipsam Numantiam fame ad deditionem coegit, urbemque evertit ; reliquam provinciam in fidem accepit.
Page 112 - Hispaniam,' ubi duo Scipiones ab Hasdrubale interfecti erant, missus est P. Cornelius Scipio, vir Romanorum omnium fere primus. Hic, puer'1 duodeviginti annorum, in pugna ad Ticinum, patrem singulari virtute* servavit. Deinde post cladem Cannensem/ multos* nobilissimorum juvenum Italiam deserere* cupientium, auctoritate sua ab hoc consilio deterruit. Viginti quatuor annorum juvenis in Hispaniam missus, die, qua venit, Carthaginem Novam cepit, in qua omne aurum et argentum et belli apparatum Poeni...
Page 139 - Sed ut ad rem redeam, non sum tanto ego, inquit, ingenio, quanto Themistocles fuit, ut oblivionis artem quam memoriae malim; gratiamque habeo Simonidi illi Cio, quem primum ferunt artem memoriae protulisse. Dicunt enim, cum cenaret Crannone in Thessalia Simonides apud Scopam fortunatum hominem et nobilem cecinissetque id carmen, quod in eum scripsisset, in quo multa ornandi causa poetarum more in Castorem scripta et Pollucem fuissent, nimis illum sordide Simonidi dixisse se dimidium eius ei quod...
Page 17 - That saith of Cyrus, He is my shepherd, And shall perform all my pleasure ; Even saying to Jerusalem, Thou shalt be built ; And to the temple, Thy foundation shall be laid.
Page 126 - Cleopatra quoque aspidem sibi admisit, et veneno ejus exstincta est. Ita bellis toto orbe confectis, Octavianus Augustus Romam rediit anno duodecimo* quam consul fuerat.
Page 140 - Persis fuit, dixit in concione, se habere consilium reipublicse salutare, sed id sciri opus non esse. Postulavit, ut aliquem populus daret, quicum communicaret : datus est Aristides. Huic ille, classem Lacedsemoniorum, quse subducta esset ad Gytheum, clam incendi posse ; quo facto frangi Lacedacmoniorum opes necesse esset.

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