Miles Gloriosus; A Revised Text, with Notes by Robert Yelverton Tyrrell

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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. 1889 edition. Excerpt: found to be " see instances of this usage in latter part of note on 395. 644. abatlaere ma: see on 187. Commodo m " duly." 646. meam partem: cp. maiorcm partem 94 and 764; 10 meant uictm PI.; humanam ' Hor. oratio, "right (turn) to speak"; these verbals are very common in PI., and they take the case of the verb from which they come; the verbal exilio, which occurs in True. ii. 6. 30, is very rashly expelled from Capt. iii. 3. 4, where it governs exitium; exirt takes an accus, in PI., as in 1432. 647. For the asyndeton, cp. turbas litet As. iv. 2. 5; miseriis laborihus Men. v. 9. 74; dolos perfidias Pseud, ii. I. 7; donit hostiis Rud. 23. So Lucr. has proelia pugnas edere ii. 118. So also in PI. we find gratis grafios, armis arte duellica, fictor conditor, uentus turbo, congrum muraenam. The same asyndeton in adjectives is to be observed in 663 and 952 below; and in dubiis egenis Capt. it. 3. 46; piseatu probo tlectili Most. iii. 2. 41; oration uinnula uenustula As. i, 3. 70. 648. cumquam, old form of umquam; sc. (ubi, cunde, cusfue, eusquam, cujpiam, for ubi &c.; alicubi = ali-cubi, not aliquubi, and sicubi - si-cubi. R has introduced these old forms into certain passages of PI., where hiatus seemed to indicate their original existence. 651. odiosua: see on 427. aermonem aegTego, "break off the conversation"; so segrega sermonen Poen. i. 2. 139. There is a iertpoy wpireptr in abeo domum, sermonem segrego. 652. uenerem, "charm of manner" cp. Stich, ii. a. 5, mmoenitatis omnium uenerum. So uenerio, uenustatis 655, 6. 653. Aminulae, "Aminula urbs paruarum opum fuit in Apulia Feat. Paul. 25. Per. says he was bom in Ephesus, not Apulia. It seems from Cas. prol....
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