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Pagina 3 - Nam et prius quam incipias consulto et, ubi consulueris, mature facto opus est.
Pagina 115 - As regards the phrase, pedibus in sententiam ire, which is given in the text, we may remark, that a decree of the senate was commonly made by a separation of the senators to different parts of the house. He who presided said, " Let those who are of such an opinion pass over to that side," pointing to a certain quarter, "and those who think differently, to this.
Pagina 19 - ... sibi fecere ; eo modo minume posse putabant per licentiam insolescere animum humanum. 7. Sed ea tempestate coepere se quisque magis extollere magisque ingenium in promptu habere. nam regibus boni quam mali suspectiores sunt, semperque his aliena virtus formidolosa est. sed civitas incredibile memoratu est adepta libertate quantum brevi creverit ; tanta cupido gloriae incesserat.
Pagina 136 - Caesar beneficiis ac munificentia magnus habebatur, integritate vitae Cato. Ille mansuetudine et misericordia clarus factus, huic severitas dignitatem addiderat. Caesar dando, sublevando, ignoscendo, Cato nihil largiundo gloriam adeptus est.
Pagina 6 - Verum enimvero2' is demum mihi vivere atque frui anima videtur, qui aliquo negotio intentus- praeclari facinoris aut artis bonae famam quaerit. Sed in magna copia rerum aliud alii natura iter ostendit. 3. Pulcrum est bene facere rei publicae; etiam bene dicere haud absurdum est;- vel pace vel bello clarum fieri licet; et qui fecere et qui facta aliorum scripsere, multi laudantur.
Pagina 139 - Each legion was divided into ten cohorts, each cohort into three maniples, and each maniple into two...
Pagina 28 - Igitur ex divitiis juventutem luxuria atque avaritia cum superbia invasere; rapere, consumere, sua parvi pendere, aliena cupere, pudorem, pudicitiam, divina atque humana promiscua, nihil pensi neque moderati habere.
Pagina 131 - Pro his nos habemus luxuriam atque avaritiam, publice egestatem, privatim opulentiam; laudamus divitias, sequimur inertiam: inter bonos et malos discrimen nullum; omnia virtutis praemia ambitio possidet. Neque mirum: ubi vos separatim sibi quisque consilium capitis, ubi domi voluptatibus, hic pecuniae aut gratiae servitis, eo fit ut impetus fiat in vacuam rem publicam.
Pagina 333 - After the triumph, he was thrown into prison, where, whilst they were in haste to strip him, some tore his robe off his back, and others catching eagerly at his pendants, pulled off the tips of his ears with them. When he was thrust down naked into the dungeon, all wild and confused, he said with a frantic smile, " Heavens! how cold is this bath of yours...
Pagina 296 - The circumstances which his soldiers every day exhibited to the eyes of the public were even more scandalous: for by this army returning from Asia was the origin of foreign luxury imported into the city. These men first brought to Rome gilded couches, rich tapestry, with hangings and other works of the loom; and, what were then deemed magnificent furniture, single-footed tables and buffets. At entertainments, likewise were introduced players on the harp and timbrel; with buffoons for the diversion...