Catiline; With Explanatory Notes and a Special Vocabulary for Use of Schools

Catiline; With Explanatory Notes and a Special Vocabulary for Use of Schools

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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. 1878 edition. Excerpt: ...characteristic of this remarkable man. 22. Ea; i. e., ea verba. 23. Opulentia... tolerabat; i. e., the resourees of the state were adequate to save it from the consequences of this neglect. 20. Sed haec, but whcther these things; the interrogative particle is omitted. 27. An... hostium, or togcther with ourselves shall be the prop erty of the enemy.--Hie mini quisquam, etc. Observe the sareasm aimed at Caesar. 31. Eo, by this means. Some construe with extremo. 33. Ne; construe both with largiantur and with eant. 36. Bene et composite, etc. Notice the fine irony. 37. Ea; explained by diverse... habere. 32 4. Videlicet timens. Irony again, as Cato suspects Caesar of sympathizing with the conspirators. 5. Conducta, hired. 7. Won plus possit, was not more powerful. G. 503, II.--Ibi, ubi, there, where; i. e., in the municipal towns where Caesar would keep the prisoners. 11. Eo magis refert me, it is the more important that I. 14. Quanto attentins, the more carefully. 15. Illis, refers to excreitu Catilinae, etc.--Si... languere; i. e., if they discover any indication of weakness on your part. 16. Aderunt, they will be present; i. e., will attack you. 21. Qnac uulla, none of which; lit., which none. 23. o uc... obuoxius, subject neither to guilt nor to passion. PAOB 5. Publice egestatem, as a state, poverty. 32 29. Hie, here; i. e., in the senate. 30. Vacuam; i. e., vacuam ab defensoribus, defenceless. 32. Incendere. Conjuro admits either the Infinitive or ut with the Subjunctive.--Gallorum gentem; i. e., the Allobroges. 34. Supra capnt est; a figurative expression denoting imminent peril; lit., is over our heads; render, is at our very gates.--Quid host i bus fa'ciatis, what will you do with the enemy? G. 434, 2. 35. Misereamini censeo, you should...show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 122g
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  • English
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  • 1236498526
  • 9781236498526