The Correspondence of M. Tullius Cicero; Arranged According to Its Chronological Order; With a Revision of the Text, a Commentary, and Introductory Essays Volume 2

The Correspondence of M. Tullius Cicero; Arranged According to Its Chronological Order; With a Revision of the Text, a Commentary, and Introductory Essays Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906 edition. Excerpt: ...hoc fero animo aequiore quod, si noniae esses, tamen neque nos lepore tuo neque te-si qui est in me---meo frui liceret propter molestissimas oocupationes mens: quibus si me relaxaro---nam ut plane exsolvam non postulo-te ipsum, qni multos annos nihil aliud commentaris, dooebo profecto quid sit humauiter vivere. Tu modo istum imbecillitatem valetudinis tuae sustenta et tuere, ut facis, ut nostras villas obire et mecum simul lecticula concursare possis. 6. Haeo ad te pluribus verbis scripsi quam soleo non oti abundantia sed amoris erga te, quod me quadam epistula subinvitaras, si memoria tenes, ut ad te aliquid eius modi scriberem quo minus te praetermisisse ludos paeniteret. quod si adsecutus sum, gaudeo: sin minus, hoc me tamen consolor quod posthac ad ludos venies uosque vises neque in epistulis relinques meis spem aliquam delectationis tuae. 5. relazaro... cxsolvmnj 'remission, ' of the games.' Siipfle understands these... 'release.' words to mean 'you will come and see obire et... concuraarej cp. Verr. v. me, and so you will not have to depend 80 aestate summa qua tempore ceteri praotorea obire provinciam et concursumconsuerant 6. relinques 'you will not leave at the mercy of a letter from me auy hope you may have of getting enjoyment out on my letters for your entertainmem when you will have myself.' But this is a pointless remark, and does not harmonize with the foregoing sentence. Moreover, such a rendering hardly takes aliquam into account. I 128. TO Q. PHILIPPUS, PROCONSUL IN Asm (FAM. x111. m M. Cicero Q. Philippe L. Oppium praesentem et Egnatii absentis negotia commendat. M. memo Q. PHILIPPO PROCOS. S. Etsi non dubito pro tua iu me observantia proque nostra necessitudine quin...show more

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  • Paperback | 156 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 8mm | 290g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236947754
  • 9781236947758