Livy - Books I - X; Clarendon Press Series. with Introduction Historical Examination, and Notes by J. R. Seeley. Book 1 Volume 1

Livy - Books I - X; Clarendon Press Series. with Introduction Historical Examination, and Notes by J. R. Seeley. Book 1 Volume 1

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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. 1871 edition. Excerpt: ... Remus to take part in it from his house. 3. agmine ingressi. For this ablative, cp. 3. 50, yy and see Madvig, s 258, Obs. m 8. supererat multitudo, 'the population was excessive.' See in Forc. other examples of this use of ' superesse: ' 'id' in the next clause refers to the redundant part. 13. essent... posset. The subjunctives express the considerations in the minds of the brothers. np tutelae. For this genitive, compare un 22, rs and 42. I9, 5. 15. qui uomen. Perhaps for 'eum qui, ' perhaps for 'quis.' '(LIV is now and then used for 'quis' in: dependent interrogations. See Madvig, Lat. Gr. 88. Obs. I. Here, however it would stand for 'uter, ' as in Lucan's famous lines: ' quis iustius induit arma Scire nefas; magno se iudice quisque tuetur, ' etc. 17. templa. 'Templum' is defined by Varro as a space marked in a certain form of words for the purpose of augury or auspice. 20. consalutaverat. With this pluperfect W. compares 'impleverat' in i9ni, which is hardly parallel, and ' redierat... nominaverant' in 32, 1. 'Sustulerant' in 3h 3 is another parallel instance, and 'averterat' in m 10. alt tempore illi praecepto. 'Tempore' must be taken with 'avium.' I do not find any exact parallel to this use of ' praecipere.' W. compares ' aliquantum temporis praeceperunt' in 30. 8, 9. trahebant. Strangely used in the sense of ' drew to themselves' or ' claimed.' 23. ibi in turba ictus. 'Ibi' here is not 'there, ' but 'in these circumstances' or ' thereupon.' Cp....show more

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