A New Latin Reader; With Exercises in Latin Composition, Intended as a Companion to the Author's Latin Grammar. with References, Suggestions, Notes and Vocabularies

A New Latin Reader; With Exercises in Latin Composition, Intended as a Companion to the Author's Latin Grammar. with References, Suggestions, Notes and Vocabularies

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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. 1888 edition. Excerpt: ...supply est. Pacem infamem. The terms were that Numantia should remain free and independent.--Tradi; depends upon jussit in the line above. IHlitem; lit. soldier, the individual representing the class; render, soldiery. Correxit; from corrigo. Partim--par-tint; lit. partly---partly; render, either--or. These words may, how-ever, be often best rendered by some--others, followed by of. Thus, he captured some of the many cities of Spain and accepted others, etc. In deditionem accepit. See note on the same (193). 202. Anno nrbis eonditae... sexto, in. the six hundred and sixtysixth year from, or after (lit. of) the founding of the city. Urbis condttae is here equivalent to post urbcm conditam (185), or ah urbe con dita (207). Bomae. What case would have been used, if this had been a noun of the third declension? 425, II. Mitaridaticnm; supply bellum. Harins, Snllae. These generals were the leaders of rival political parties. Marius was supported by the common people and Sulla by the nobles. Adversns JUi tiiridatcm. This limits bellum, 359. Qnnm... deeretnm esset; the meaning is: when the management of the war had been entrusted to him by a decree of the Senate. The Subjunctive is here rendered according to XXIV. 2, 1). Deeretnm esset; from decerno. Ei, i. e. Sullae. Qnnm--tain. Usual meaning, not only--but also; both--and, etc.; render here either--or. Compositis; from compono. Profeetns est; from prctcis 73 ear. Asia, quasi ill vasfrat, Not all Asia, but that portion of it which he had invaded, referring especially to those portions of Asia Minor west of his own dominions. 203. In Graeela et Asia. Mithridates, emboldened by his success in Asia Minor, had sent an army into Greece. Athens and Thebes were at this time in his possession. Fngatns fnerat....show more

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  • Paperback | 68 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 141g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
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  • 1236635299
  • 9781236635297