AIDS to Classical Study. Ser.2 [Of the Work by J.G. Sheppard and D.W. Turner. With] Key

AIDS to Classical Study. Ser.2 [Of the Work by J.G. Sheppard and D.W. Turner. With] Key

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1875 edition. Excerpt: ... '), pitch down their quarrylines, 'Regum.... JoTM, ' when he, as Jove, would not ask for a holiday, but commanded ' Sammy' to give us one! The conjunction 'that' is repeated each time, to avoid the appearance of a Latin Potential Mood with the sign 'may.' t 'Moret, ' will not allow them to stick at the bottom. % 'Dingles' for Tempo. We have ' xahb. Tifnrta' as a common noun; and it seems better not to take it as the proper name of an exceptionally charming spot. Compare ' necforluitum spernere cespitem.' chips, and the owner (as if) landsickf (looks on). But Fear and Threats climb wherever the master does; nor does gloomy Care depart from his brass-beaked trireme; ay, she sits at his back, when he mounts his steed. Well, but if neither the Phrygian marble, nor the (daily) use of purplerobes of super-starry sheen, nor the Falernian vine and Achaemenian spikenard, soothes a sufferer--why should I plan a hall with enviable pillars (in front) and stuck up aloft, after the new style? Why should I exchange my Sabine valley for wealth (far) more troublesome? iV. And there a fire we lighted, and did sacrifice, and we ourselves besides Took of the cheeses and did eat; and him did we await within the cave There sitting, till he came from pasturing his flocks, and a heavy load he bore Of brushwood dry, to serve his supper to prepare. And outside the cavern did he cast it, and a mighty rattling noise he made; And we in terror rushed off into the cave's recess. But he into the wide cave all his fat flocks did drive, Each and all, as many as he used to milk, but the males at the door he left; Both the rams and the male goats, too, outside the deep court-yard. But then a huge door-stone he placed upon the entrance, having raised it up on high, A ponderous one, more

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  • English
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