A Latin Exercise-Book

A Latin Exercise-Book

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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. 1889 edition. Excerpt: ... tLia did Quintius at the instigation and advice (sudsor) of Naevius. The son died in his father's lifetime. ', The poems of that poet were held in such (tantus) honor in our boyhood that we learned them by heart (ediscere). Even in a clear (serenus) sky it thunders sometimes (aliquando). The wolf escaped (evddere) in the midst of a great tumult on the part of his pursuers (cdnsectarl). The Gauls routed (fundere) the army of the Romans on the A.llia and approached the walls of the city.; Pyrrhus sent ambassadors into the city and exerted himself (adiutl) in every way to have a treaty made (Pass.) and to be received into the friendship of the Romans. After Caesar had made (habere) this speech and roused (excitare) the courage (aninii) of all, he gave the centurions the commission (negotium) of (ut) suspending (intermittere) all other works (opus) and throwing their energy on (animum cdnferre ad) digging (fodere) wells (puteus), Caesar, after spending (cousumere) a few days in Syria, gave Sextus Caesar, his friend and kinsman (propinquus), the command of (praeficere) the legions and the province. Caesar convoked an assembly (contio) and bestowed (tribuere) on every (quisque) brave man ( 305) rewards. The besieged (oppiddims) made a sally (eruptio) and killed a great numbei of the enemy (pi.). Third Course. Part II. LXVL Predication. Q. 197; A. 46, 2; A. & S. 210; B. 666; H. 363. 175/ /With the exception of (praeter) virtue, everything that is considered (putare) a blessing of body and fortune seems insignificant (exigtius) and paltry (minutus). No one has ever become immortal by cowardice. In consequence of (ex) unbounded (infinitits) license, the minds of the citizens become (evddere) fanciful (fastldiosus) and effeminate...show more

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  • Paperback | 58 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 122g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236972031
  • 9781236972033