T. Macci Plauti Trinummus

T. Macci Plauti Trinummus

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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. 1890 edition. Excerpt: ...Notice the double protasis. 98. exspecto siquid...' I am waiting to see if'... Cf. 735; Ter. Phor. 606. primumdum: dum is used as an enclitic to imperatives and interjections, e. g. 146, circumspicedum, 369 agedum, 968 cedodum, (also in Ter. Phor. 329;, Ter. And. 29, adesdum, ib. 184, ehodum; less commonly appended to other words, e.g. 166, quiduml and thrice in Plautus primumdum. The particle seems to be used in these cases like Gr. 817; cedodum = p4pt St); agedum=dyt St); quiduml=irws St); primumdum = Trpairov St). Dum is derived from accusative dium, d.diu, dies. 100. turpilucricupidum, Siraf t7. = Gr. alaxpoKtpSr)s. Plautus indulges in something of Aristophanic freedom in coining such compounds as this: --' covetous of base gain: ' cf. 222. 101. volturium, 'a vulture, ' is used elsewhere as an emblem of greediness, cf. Cic. in Pis. 16. 38 appellatus est hie volturius illius provinciae, si dis placet, imperator. 102. hostis, ' strangers.' Cf. Cic. de Off. 1.12. 37 hostis apud ma/ores nostros is dicebatur quem nunc peregrinum dicimus. Sanskrit root ghas--to eat, consume, destroy; Germ.gast, Eng.w&rf. comedis, subjunctive; cf. 3391 edit; comedim and edint are both found once in Cicero. 105. quin, after idea of' preventing, ' contained in non est. ut ne, found several times in Cicero. Cf. 689; Ter. Eun. 439 id ut nefiat, haec res sola est remedio. Ib. 942. 107. The order is ut oredas id ita esse, auctorem, 'surety.' I.109. The MSS. readprotractum. Bergk's conjecture prostratum has been generally adopted. in. quoniam. See note on 14. in. iturnst, 'just before his departure.' Note the present tense. 114. et ilium, scanned as one foot; probably in rapid enunciation the first syllable of illum could be practically dropped: et 'lum. 116-118. quid tu...show more

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  • Paperback | 40 pages
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  • English
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  • 1236608747
  • 9781236608741