Hermathena Volume 4

Hermathena Volume 4

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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. 1883 edition. Excerpt: ...are very many corruptions in Plautus, owing to this wholesale parablepsy. See, for instance, G. Goetz on the omissions in J in the British Museum Analecta Plautina, p. 73, seqq.). Pseudulus, 1174. Ha. Contumeliam si dices, audies. Ba. Quotumo die Ex Sicyone hue peruenisti? Ha. Altera ad meridiem. Si. Strenue mehercle isti, quamvis pernix hie homost. Ritschl supplied euge at the beginning of the last line. But it is more probable that the line was Strenue mehercle Istinc isti! quamvis pernix hie homost, 'You made a good journey from over there; a nimble fellow this'!! Pseudulus, 296. Heus tu, postquam hercle isti a mensa surgunt Argentarii Qui suum repetunt alienum reddunt nato nemini. Plautus did not think the Roman banks, as a rule, very safe. Argentarii is not in the Mss.; but is, I think, a certain restoration, the first part of the word having been lost by its proximity to surgunt. The line was probably first copied surguntarii, and then the latter part of the word, -arii, struck out as making nonsense. Compare the exactly parallel passage in Pers., iii. 3. 30, where the bankers are accused of levanting with their depositors' cash: Minim, quin tibi ego crederem: ut tu idem mihi Faceres, quod partim faciunt argentarii! Ubi quid credideris citius extemplo a foro Fugiunt quam ex porta ludis quom emissust lepus. Ritschl in the blank reads saturata cute from Kampmann, of which he says, 'quod reicere poterit qui melius substituerit.' Stichus, 44. Pa. Quam ob rem ego te hoc, soror, tarn etsi's maior, Moneo ut tuum memineris officium: Et si illi inprobi sint atque aliter nos faciant Quam aequom sit tam pol nequid magis sit Omnibus obnixe opibus nostrum Nos officium meminisse decet. The two sisters Pamphila and Philumena are speaking of their absent...show more

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  • Paperback | 126 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 7mm | 240g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236533895
  • 9781236533890