Trinummus with Notes Critical and Exegetical, by Wilhelm Wagner

Trinummus with Notes Critical and Exegetical, by Wilhelm Wagner

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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. 1872 edition. Excerpt: ... et quod illi placeat, praeripiam potissumum: neque illi concedam quicquam de vitzi mea. verecundari neminem apud mensium decet: no 705.--The palimpsest giges quin in the present place, but this should be compared with the form atquin which is foreign to Plautus: see Ribbeck, Lat. Part. p. 20.--qui means 'some way or other'. 465. luscus, quando tu mihi oculum ecfoderis. 466. ita 'do you really mean to say'?--uequiperare and aequipembilis are the archaic forms which again correspond to later forms of vulgar Latin: Corssen II 410. See below, n. on 643. ale8. nunc is the Greek mj1ixa, 'for instance'.--cena is explained v. 470 sq., a cena popularis, the expense of which was defrayed by the tithes due to Hercules or some other god; cf. Macrob. Sat. III 12, 2 testatur T erentius varro... anaim-es solitos decimam Herculi vovere nec decem dies intermittere quin pollucerent (Ramsay's Most. p. 99 sq.) ac populum inv.y/solo1/ cum corona laurea dimitterem (perhaps ad/m.?) cubitum. 469. par 'as partner' of your xllvq, oyo'xhvo;, in accordance with the Greek habit of accommodating two guests on a couch, while the Romans arranged their lecti for three. 470 sq. These two lines are considered spurious by Ritschl, and at all events there seems to be little doubt that 470 is spurious (as Fleckeisen saw, krit. Misc. p. l.b, as the construction is somewhat loose, and as it was scarcely necessary to explain 468, the character of the cena being sufficiently indicated by the words in aedem. 473. edisne is subjunctive, cf. m 474. nisi si 'except if'. For votare see n. on 457.-.--etsi votet 'even supposing he should forbid me.' 477. de vita mea diminish my food.'...show more

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