P. Terentii Afri Comoediae sex: cum interpretatione Donati et Calphurnii, et commentario perpetuo ; in usum studiosae iuventutis, Volume 4

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Sumptibus C. H. F. Hartmanni, 1830
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Page 14 - Ex me non natus est, non meus est. Quasi dicat : ex me non est, et sic afficior ; quid paterer, si genuissem ? Donat.
Page 9 - In quibus non verbum pro verbo necesse habui reddere, sed genus omnium verborum vimque servavi...
Page 86 - Phorm. 315 in hac scaena de parasitis vilioribus Terentius proponit imaginem vitae, ut in Eunucho de potioribus...
Page 10 - ... und Rutilius. 10. in antiquis als Vertreter der alten, einfachen Redeweise. 94 simplex quidem L. (Mummius) et antiquus. 132. 13. difficili (im Gegensatz zu simplex) schwer auszuführen, künstlich, verwickelt (wie bei einem schwierigen Ballett). 14. statarios Nach Donat. zu Ter. Adelph. prol. 24 rduo agendi sunt principales modi, motorius et statarius (ex quibus ille tertius nascitur fiiKro'i,1)'.
Page 68 - Océano ? 30 sed uobis facile est uerba et componere fraudes: hoc unum didicit femina semper opus, non sic incerto mutantur flamine Syrtes, née folia hiberno tarn tremefacta Noto, quam cito femínea non constat foedus in ira, 35 siue ea causa grauis siue ea causa leuis.
Page 34 - Л2п. i. 536. procaeibiu auttrit : id est, impudentibus. Nam qui multum petit, impudens est et procax. Unde et proci dicti sunt, qui filias alienas in matrimonium petierunt. D. — Magit ртосах] Non. MarcelL in Procacitas. L. — Ad evitaodam mirabilem sane et pertúrbala m verborum collocationem repone, Maligna magi
Page 8 - With regard to induit, in this passage, it may be remarked, that it is a metaphor taken from the deer plunging into the nets set for it. Catiline plunges into the very midst of the danger, boldly and fearlessly, although he sees it full before him. Compare Or. in Verr., (4.
Page 160 - Cicero meus quid aget ? Iste vero sit in sinu semper et complexa, meo.' Comр. Isa. xl. 11, 'The Lord shall feed His flock like a shepherd; He shall gather the lambs with His arm, and carry them in His bosom.
Page 152 - ad aetatem veteres rettulerunt non ad corpus. Et in parte aetatis dicitur grandis non in tota vita nisi si addatur natu, ut : ' grandis natu parens adductus ad supplicium,

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