Orationes Caesarianae; Pro Marcello, Pro Ligario, Pro Rege Deiotaro Volume 1-2

Orationes Caesarianae; Pro Marcello, Pro Ligario, Pro Rege Deiotaro Volume 1-2

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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. 1906 edition. Excerpt: ... 17 fatalis quaedam calamitas. erroris, gen. of definition, R. 130n, K. ua P. V. ua Cp. the well-known plea of ovid caelestique viro quis me deceperit error dicite, pro culpa ne uelus esse putet. humani, apologetic. So in Ter. humanumst 'it is a failing of humanity.' cum... conservavit... induxit: the causal subj. (conservaverit) might have been used with cum. But the indic. construction is far more forcible, identifying the acts: ' in having preserved, he has (ipsvfacto) introduced.' So Deiot. s 36, R. 1729 (Prof. Hale, The cum-constructions, Part ii. p. m3. may very well be consulted). Where does the apodosis begin? quorum et frequentiam et dignitatem... videtis, ' whom you see in large numbers and in full enjoyment of their dignities.' Cp. n. on s 1o illa auctoritas hoates, sc. patriae: 'traitors.' Thus Q. Ligarius was accused before Caesar on what was virtually a charge of perduellio. cupiditate, ' personal ambition' t the opposite of integritas 'purity of motives.' It is the discreditable aspect of spa ( u). So in 20 infra, Lig. s. 17. The word may also mean (a) ' party feeling, ' Lig. 3 init. where in the chiasmus it answers to studii sui: (b) ' partiality' of judgment. Marc. g 29: cp. the phrase omnia alicui cupere. ln a digression Cic. defends his own conduct. Cp. ad Fam. vii. 3. 6 ' I wished to tell you, if only by letter, what to say if you should meet my calumniators: there are some who, though my death could not have done the state any good, think that I may fairly be called to account for being alive.' de pace audiendum, sc. esse nobis, ' we ought to entertain any peace-proposals.'...
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