Caesar's Gallic War; (Allen and Greenough's Edition) Volume Bks. 1-4

Caesar's Gallic War; (Allen and Greenough's Edition) Volume Bks. 1-4

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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. 1904 edition. Excerpt: ...here as means or instrument; therefore, no prep.--circumventos interfecerunt: cf. note on eductas, 55 3. 56 13 ubi... intellexerunt: the regular mood and tense with ubi; cf. 53 4.--de, with regard to. 56 14 neque, and... not. 56 15 pugnandi causa: gerund construction, expressing purpose; 404., . 533. (245. c, 318. b); B. 338. 1. c; G. 373; H. 626 (542. i); H-B. 444. d, 612. i. 56 16 ipsos: i.e. the enemy. The superiority of the Roman commissariat was a most important factor in winning their victories. The enemy.: ould not carry on a long campaign with a large army for lack of provisions, and when they were compelled to disband, the Romans destroyed them piecemeal at their leisure. 56 17 constituerunt here has two objects: (1) optimum esse, etc. (indir. disc.), (2) ut convenirent (subst. clause of purpose); 580. d (332. h); B. 295. 1 and N.; G. 546. R.1; H. 565. 5 (498. i. N.); H-B. 589. a; cf. note on 2 15.. The subject of esse is the infin. clause quemque reverti: 452 (330); B. 330; G. 422; H. 615 (538); H-B. 585. Thus the confederacy dissolves into a mere defensive alliance, and all the members are cut to pieces in detail.--domum: 427. 2 (258. b); B. 182. 1. b; G. 337; H. 419. 1 (380. 2. 1); H-B. 450.. 56 18 quorum: the antecedent is eos. 56 19 introduxissent stands for the fut. perf., and is attracted into the pluperf. subjv. by being made part of the purpose clause; cf. potuissent, 56 3.--convenirent: sc. ut; 565. a (331. / R.); B. 295. 8; G. 546. R.2; H. 565. 2 (499. 2); H-B. 502. 3. a. ftn.2. 56 so suis, alienis, domesticis: notice the emphatic position of the adjectives. 56 23 quod... cognoverant: indic. because Caesar gives the reason on his own authority; cf. 49 12 and note. The clause is in apposition...show more

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  • 9781236643612