Easy Latin stories for beginners

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Rivingtons, 1878 - 148 pages
 

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Page 148 - A Short History of the English People." ROME. By the Rev. M. CREIGHTON, MA, late Fellow and Tutor of Merton College, Oxford. With Eleven Maps. iSmo. is. "The author has been curiously successful in telling in an intelligent way the story of Rome from first to last"— SCHOOL BOARD CHRONICLE.
Page 149 - WILLIAMSON and TARLETON— An Elementary Treatise on Dynamics. Containing Applications to Thermodynamics, with numerous Examples. By BENJAMIN WILLIAMSON, MA, FRS, and FRANCIS A.
Page 1 - Tum in Italiam Siciliamque navigare cupivit. Ingentibus opibus ibi comparatis, Corinthum redire voluit. Itaque Tarento, urbe Italiae, profectus est, ubi navigium hominum Corinthiorum conduxerat. The sailors form a plan to rob and murder him. 2. — Hi autem eum in mare proiicere constituerunt; pecunia enim potiri cupiebant.
Page 101 - ... the top of the mountain.' -.4. Taenarum — now Cape Matapan, the most southern promontory of Greece. delatus — from defero. 5.
Page 101 - Corinth — a town on the isthmus which separates Northern Greece from the Peloponnesus (island of Pelops). — Lot. Prim. 101. ingentibus opibus comparatis. — Lot. Prim. 125. Tarentum — now Taranto, the largest Greek city in Italy, on the gulf of the same name. — Lot. Prim. 121, c. 2. oblata — from offero. 3. redactus — from redigo. aiediam navem — ' the middle of the ship ; ' so with other adjectives of position, as, summus mons — 'the top of the mountain.
Page 148 - Period I.— Mediaeval Monarchy : The Departure of the Romans to Richard III. From AD 449 to 1485.
Page 101 - Prim. 115. magnitudine. — Lat. Prim. 116. 9. The phoenix was said to live five hundred years, and then to kill itself by fire, its ashes producing a young one. ex intervallo — ' after an interval. ' aliorum . . . aliorum — of some . . . of others. — See 91, note. circumlitum — from circumlino. magni — 'at a high price.
Page 1 - Arion, in puppi stetit, omni ornatu suo indutus. Tum unum e carminibus canere incepit. Nautae suavi carmine capti e puppi mediam in navem concesserunt. Ille omni ornatu indutus, capta cithara, carmen peregit. Cantu [EASY LATIN STORIES— GL BENNETT.
Page 31 - Persis selectorum : quorum mille in hastis, pro imis cuspidibus, aurea habebant mala punica, et reliquos includebant; novies mille vero, qui intra hos erant, argentea mala punica habebant. Aurea vero mala punica habebant etiam illi, qui lanceas in terram conversas tenebant; et mala aurea hi, qui Xerxem proxime sequebantur.

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