Dialogus de Oratoribus

Dialogus de Oratoribus

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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. 1893 edition. Excerpt: ...naturae tuae, nec pro amico aliquo, sed, quod periculosius est, pro Catone offendis. Nec excusatur offensa necessitudine officii 30 aut fide advocationis aut fortuitae et subitae dictionis impetu: meditatus videris et elegisse personam notabilem et cum auctoritate dicturam. Sentio quid responderi possit: hinc in-gentes existere adsensus, haec in ipsis auditoriis praecipue laudari et mox omnium sermonibus ferri. Tolle igitur quietis 35 26. consurgere DA. 27. offendere codd., offensae Acidalius, Halm. 32. et John, aut codd., ora. Put., ultro Schopen, atque Baehrens, etiam Halm, Novak. Qy. vel? med. videris elegisse personam et notabilem et, &c. Heller. 33. hinc Hb Put., hic most codd. 34. existere Muretus, ex his codd. Heller supposes that' concursus' has dropped out, and would read 'hinc ingentes concursus, ex his assensus.' haec EV2CA, hoc D, hie AB, hinc Hb.... oblatus: 7. 5 defendere... defendere: 7. 7 principem... principum: 8. 24 acceperint... acceperint 22. 17 tecto tegi: 32. 12 armis... armatus: 33. 2 videris... videaris: 34. 5 interesse... interesset. 24. vanesoere: poetical, and in Quintilian. Cp. Hist. v. 7, 6: Ann. ii. 40, 6. 25. theatris. The hall of a theatre was sometimes utilized for purposes of public reading. forum... vera proelia. This figure is of frequent occurrence in the language of rhetoricians: e. g. Quint. x. 1, 29-30 nos vero (of orators as opposed to poets) armatos stare in acie et summis de rebus decemere et ad victoriam niti: see Introd., p. lxi.--Instead of rejecting ad causas (with some critics) we ought to compare 34. 26 fori... iudiciorum: ib. 15 et causis et iudiciis (where see note): Quint. x. 1, 36 fori... periculorum. 26. plerisque. See on 2.1 o. This construction (after patrocinari) is...show more

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  • Paperback | 112 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 6mm | 213g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236943058
  • 9781236943057