A Companion to School Classics

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Macmillan, 1893 - Classical antiquities - 377 pages
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Contents

Mss of Greek Poets
35
Mss of Greek Prose Writers
38
Mss of Latin Poets
41
PAGE
43
Mss of Latin Prose Writers
45
Textual Criticism 25 Conditions of the Task
47
Unavoidable Errors
49
Intentional Errors in Mss
50
Accidental Errors
51
Preparation of a Text
57
Conjecture
59
Examples of Conjecture
60
Ancient Variants and Rival Conjectures
65
VITI Famous Scholars 33 List of Famous Scholars
66
Dialects and Pronunciation 34 Distribution of Greek Dialects
69
Greek Pronunciation
71
Distinctive Characters of the Greek Dialects
74
Latin Pronunciation of Augustan Age
76
B GREECE X Greek Chronology 38 The Day
78
The Month
79
The Year
80
The Era
82
Greek Festivals
83
Greek Metrology Plol 43 Linear Measure
85
Square Measure
86
Measures of Capacity
87
Weights and Money
88
Purchasing Power of Money
89
History of Athenian Government 49 Authorities
90
Before Dracon
91
Dracon and Solon
94
Reforms of Cleisthenes
95
Later Reforms
99
A Brief Scheme of Athenian Economy
101
Population of Attica 55 Slaves
103
Metics
104
Citizens
105
Divisions of Citizens pv Sijfxos etc
107
The Athenian Officials 59 Officials in General
110
TheStrategoi
112
Minor Military Officers
113
The Archons
115
Minor Civil Officials
116
Extraordinary Officials
117
The3oiAi
118
The Areopagus
120
The Athenian Army and Fleet 70 Composition of the Army
125
Service in the Field
126
The Fleet
127
Juries
128
Cases
130
Legal Procedure
131
Execution of Judgment
133
Athenian Finance 78 Expenditure
134
Incomea Ordinary 6 Extraordinary
135
Sparta 80 Population of Laconia
137
Government of Sparta
139
Military Discipline of Spartans
141
Service in the Field
142
Foundation of a Colony
143
Athenian Cleruchies
144
Proxenoi
145
ROME XXI Roman Chronology 90 The Day
147
The Year
148
The Era
151
The Unit of Measurement
153
Linear Measure
155
Square Measure
156
Calculation of Interest
157
Complexity of the Facts 1 S 104 Rome under the Kings
159
Reforms demanded by the Patricians
160
Successes of the Plebs 102
162
Effects of the Conquest of Italy
163
Effects of Foreign Conquests
164
Introduction of a Standing Army
165
The Army again divided
167
Caesars Power
168
The later Emperors
169
Rome under the Kings 118 Roman Conservatism
170
The King
172
The Senate
174
The Republic of Rome a The Magistrates 124 Classification of the Magistrates
176
The Consuls
178
The Praetors
180
The Censors
181
The Tribunes
183
The Quaestors
184
Summary of Roman Economy about B c 70
195
5 Deliberative Assemblies The Senate
196
Constitutional Position of the Senate
197
Procedure of Debate in the Senate
199
Powers of the Senate
200
The Comitia
201
Value of a Vote in the Comitia
203
The Comitia Curiata Centuriata and Tributa
204
Functions of those Comitia
205
Sacerdotal Comitia
210
Libertini
211
Cives sine Buffragio
212
Equites
213
Number of Citizens
214
Colonies
215
Local Government in Italy
216
Provinces
217
The Triumvirate
218
Augustus as Emperor
219
Successors of Augustus
220
The Old Magistracies under the Empire
221
The Comitia
222
Praefecti Praetorio
223
Praefectus Annonae
224
Curatores and Scribae
225
The Roman Army The Army under the Republic 174 The Legion
227
CitizenSoldiers
228
A Levy
229
Sod and Auxiia
230
The Legion in the Field
231
The Marian Army
232
The Camp
233
Honours and Punishments
234
The Army under the Empire 183 Recruiting
235
The Praetorian Guard
236
The Cohortes Urbanae
237
The Roman Navy 188 Ships of the Fleet
238
Roman Law PAOB 190 In Regal Times
239
Under the Republic 191 Sources of Law
240
Jurisdictions
241
Juries
243
Jurisdiction outside Rome
245
Legis Actiones
246
Formulae
247
Lawyers
251
Under the Empire 200 Sources of Law
255
Expenditure
257
Receipts
258
Financial Management
261
THE DRAMA XXXI The Greek Drama 206 Origin of Greek Drama
263
Rise of Tragedy
264
Satyric Drama
267
Structure of a Tragedy
268
Parabasis of Comedy
269
Number of Actors
270
Number of the Chorus
271
Dramatic Contests
272
Preparation of a Play
273
The Theatre
275
Details of the Biarpov
278
Scenery
280
Stage Machinery
282
Delivery of the Play
283
Movements of the Chorus
284
The Public
290
The Roman Theatre
291
Palliatae
293
Production of a Play
294
PreSocratic Philosophy
296
Thales
298
Anaximenes
299
Eleatics Parmenides Zeno
302
Empedocles
304
Anaxagoras
305
The Sophists
306
Socrates
308
The Lesser Socratics Megarians Cynics Cyrenaics
311
Plato
312
The Ideal Theory
313
Platonic Ethics
315
Platos Writings
316
Aristotles Works
317
Aristotelian Tenets
318
The Sceptics
321
Stoic Logic
323
Later Academics
329

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