D. Ivni Ivvenalis Satvrarvm Libri V

D. Ivni Ivvenalis Satvrarvm Libri V

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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. 1903 edition. Excerpt: ...verlere would then signify 'to turn the thumb down' (Friedl., Siltengesch., 116, p. 387, N. 4). This, however, is denied by Edwin Post (Am. Jour. Phil., xra, 1892, pp. 213-25), who reproduces a photograph of the relief in question and believes that, while pollieem verlere is 'to turn the thumb down, ' pollicem premere is merely 'to press or cover the thumb' with the fingers. For another view, see Mayor's note. > See A. Gercke, Gfltt. gel. Anz., 1896, p. 980. Buech. punctuates cur non? omnia cum sint: cf. Lucil. Sat. f r. 396 B. omnia cum sint. at the end of a verse. s E. Thomas, Rev. Critique, xl1, 1896, p. 487. For Diderot's reminiscence of this passage, see A. Gercke, 1.1. p. 972. in Rome and commanded large fees: cf. 6, 565 ff. 'I know nothing of astrology, ' says Umbricius, 'so I cannot tell when your father will take himself off (and leave you his estate).' See note on 10, 94. 45. inspexi: technical for the examination of the entrails by the haruspex in search of omens. The use of the frog for this purpose is otherwise unknown, but for similar cases, cf. 6, 551 f. There is no reference here to poisoning with the rubeta as in 1, 70 and 6, 659. quae mittit: distinguish from quae mandat and translate both by substantives. 46. norunt: for the form, see G.-L. 131, 3. 47. comes: a popular term for a member of the staff of a provincial governor (cohors praetoria), e.g. 8, 127 cohors comiium; Catul1. 28, 1 Pisonis comites, cohors inanis. The older name, which continued to be the official and technical term, was amicus.1 exeo: the regular word for going out to a province: cf. Plin. Ep. 1v, 12, 2 cum in provinciam quaestor exisset. 48. mancus: cf. Fr. manchot. dextrae: for the genitive, see 85. Corpus non utile is in apposition with the...show more

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