Latin Lessons; Adapted to Allen and Greenough's Latin Grammar

Latin Lessons; Adapted to Allen and Greenough's Latin Grammar

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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. 1874 edition. Excerpt: ...on him sitting in the golden chair.--regium, royal. '---a sexaginta.... viris, by more than sixty men; amplius, see 54, 6.--conjuratum est, a conspiracy was formed: see 39, (c).--Idibus Martiis, on the Ides of March, i. e. the 15th.--assidentem cir cumsteterunt, they stood around him sitting, under pretence of paying honor.--quasi.... rogaturus, as if to ask something.--clamantem, sc. eam, i. e. Csesarem.--arreptum, which he had seized.--quem.... habebat, whom he had regarded as his son. 9. erat.... statura, Ccesar was of, etc., see 54, 7 (a).--segre ferebat, grieved (on account); quod.... obnoxia, it was often the subject for the jokes of his slanderers.--sibi, to him.--lanrese gestandsB, of wearing a crown of laurel.--enm.... fnisse, that he was.--Uut mici: give the synonymes.--lie and quidem enclose the emphatic word as in the text; see 76, 3 (b).--ad.... rempublicam, to overturn the republic.--anteibat, see anteeo.--detectum, uncovered: see detego.--sive.... esset, whether it was sunshine or rain. Syn. Pluvia, rain (general word); imber, rain (heavy, pouring shower); nimbus, rain (from dark clouds).--longissimas vias. Caesar was noted for the rapidity of his movements; he is said to have travelled at the rate of one hundred Roman miles per day, equal to about ninety-two English miles.--innixus.... utribus, resting upon inflated bags. V. LIFE OF OATO. 1. dome, what kind of a noun is dooms? what is the meaning of the genitives domns and domi?--de civitate, i. e. to obtain the right of citizenship: full citizenship consisted of private and public rights: see Hand-book under Civitaa. In how many ways can a purpose be expressed in Latin I Give the synonymes of impetro.--se id facturom, that he would do more

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