Publications in Classical Philology Volume 2

Publications in Classical Philology Volume 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. 1916 edition. Excerpt: ...rectus in Africameursus est which is a supplement by a humanist; I know of no other example of rectus cursus. Recta via is found in Plaut. As. 54, Ter. HT. 706, And. 600; recta alone Phor. 859, Ad. 433; Quint. 10, 1, 29 and frequently. And Cic. Fin. 1, 57 0 praeclaram beate vivendi.... et directam viam. The change to recta is just the change that a careless scribe would make. 6, 129 tum perterricrepo sonitu dat missa fragorem; seissa Bernays, fissa Lachmann. Fissa occurs only in 4, 680 fissa ferarum ungula; seissa does not occur at all in L., but he has other parts of scindo with reference to the simulacra 4, 149, 153, and to odor fumus vapor 4, 93; he uses the word also of the rending of the soul. Ellis in J ourn. Phil. 2, 220 retains missa with the earlier editors. The best argument for some change is Epicurus' fni ets vecents63v; Lambinus interpreted "procella emissa edit fragorem." The subject of dat is not expressed; it may be procella as Lambinus thought or perhaps nubes: Lucretius was indifferent or he would have supplied a nominative. It makes little difference whether the cloud or the wind makes the crash which is compared to the explosion of a little bladder; there displosa does not necessitate scissa because the bladder has not a procella inside of it; displosa represents the force outside; it will not make a noise until it is exploded, but the cloud makes a noise by the action of the procella within it making its way out: missa and displosa are not parallel. But in the next paragraph, 132, he considers the theory of the tearing apart of the clouds--137 fit quoque ut interdum validi vis incita venti perscindat nubem. That is his way, pedetemptim progrediens, one thing at a time. The participle, whetheshow more

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  • 9781236919250