The clouds: with introduction and notes

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Clarendon Press, 1894 - 104 pages
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Page 68 - postremo cur sancta deum delubra suasque I discutit infesto praeclaras fulmine sedes? . . . . I altaque cur plerumque petit loca plurimaque eius montibus in summis vestigia cernimus ignis?
Page 68 - cum subito validi venti conlecta procella nubibus intorsit sese conclusaque ibidem turbine versanti magis ac magis undique nubem
Page 67 - tonitru quatiuntur caerula caeli, propterea quia concurrunt sublime volantes aetheriae nubes contra pugnantibus ventis.
Page 94 - Mare mirantur non reddere maius naturam, quo sit tantus decursus aquarum, omnia quo veniant
Page 68 - nam duplici ratione accenditur; ipse sua cum mobilitate calescit, et e contagibus ignis.
Page 68 - insinuatus ibi vortex versatur in arto, et calidis acuit fulmen fornacibus intus;
Page 69 - This list of virtues that the Chorus commends to Strepsiades represents just those that his contemporaries assigned to Socrates,
Page 87 - but if any one of them should play the buffoon, or start any of those flourishes, such as musicians now-a-days affect, those intricate flourishes
Page 62 - placed about the School are sundry philosophical instruments, such as some sort of celestial globe to designate Astronomy, an abacus to represent Geometry;

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