Demosthenis Midias; With English Notes for the Use of Schools

Demosthenis Midias; With English Notes for the Use of Schools

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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. 1868 edition. Excerpt: ...the ratio of Attic money in the case of the four ordinary coins: six obols went to a drachina, a hundred drachinas to a mina, sixty minas to a talent. The value of:1 talent was about 250., of an obol about lid. fiuw miwn. "Upside down: " ml usually stands between them in this phrase. Cf. Aristoph. Av. 3. Heind. Plat. Gorg.493. A. The absence of the copulatives throughout this sentence displays the indignation of the speaker. mil 'r1'1v aev. "And the decision against the_ai'bitrator which he contrived without summons, he has himself got ratified for his own benefit: whereas that sentence he incurred at my suit, though summoned, with his full knowledge, and defaulting, he makes null and void." His conduct has been as thoroughly illegal as mine has been legal; yet Strato has suffered the consequences of his action, he has never submitted to the penalty of mine, and so nullifies it. '1rapeo'Kez'I. is the orator's technical word for false charges, so in p. 19, 1. 28; p. 1048,1. 18, &c. That the charge was d'1rp0'o'i). has been stated at 24. h. g. MAPTYPEE. The words and details of this deposition have already occurred above, and scarcel need further comment. We may observe another instance of inferior ereek in the form mzmyyepwv. The plural of xpeuos 1S quite classical, L1/a. 99, 40; but na-mflpapeuflewa, "unfairly sentenced," is only found elsewhere in Hellenistic Greek. arewmrra and 6i8ov'ra are imperfects, see 24. f. (last note). i. NOMOE. "If certain parties are at issue with one another concerning private bonds, and wish to se ect any person as their arbiter, be it lawful for them to select whatsoever arbiter they please." The law here...show more

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  • Paperback | 26 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 1mm | 68g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236837266
  • 9781236837264