University of California Publications in Classical Philology, Volumi 7-8

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University of California Press., 1924
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Pagina 244 - I'unis in arva, nee mare nee fluctus plangentis saxa crearunt, sed genuit tellus eadem quae nunc alit ex se. praeterea nitidas fruges vinetaque laeta sponte sua primum mortalibus ipsa creavit, ipsa dedit dulcis fetus et pabula laeta ; quae nunc vix nostro grandescunt aucta labore, conterimusque boves et viris agricolarum, conficimus ferrum, vix arvis suppeditati : usque adeo parcunt fetus augentque labore.
Pagina 247 - ... videre. seorsus item sapor oris habet vim, seorsus odores nascuntur, sorsum sonitus. ideoque necesse est 495 non possint alios alii convincere sensus. nee porro poterunt ipsi reprehendere sese, aequa fides quoniam debebit semper haberi. proinde quod in quoquest his visum tempore, verumst. et si non poterit ratio dissolvere causam...
Pagina 33 - Here is a gentleman of a medical type, but with the air of a military man. Clearly an army doctor, then. He has just come from the tropics, for his face is dark, and that is not the natural tint of his skin, for his wrists are fair. He has undergone hardship and sickness, as his haggard face says clearly. His left arm has been injured. He holds it in a stiff and unnatural manner. Where in the tropics could an English army doctor have seen much hardship and got his arm wounded? Clearly in Afghanistan.
Pagina 244 - ... fruatur iucundo sensu cura semota metuque ? 20 ergo corpoream ad naturam pauca videmus esse opus omnino, quae demant cumque dolorem, delicias quoque uti multas substernere possint.
Pagina 210 - Vis liber fieri ? mentiris, Maxime, non vis : sed fieri si vis, hac ratione potes. liber eris, cenare foris si, Maxime, nolis...
Pagina 276 - Dorion ; hie fretus doctas anteire canendo Aonidas mutos Thamyris damnatus in annos ore simul citharaque — quis obvia numina temnat ? — conticuit praeceps, qui non certamina Phoebi 185 nosset et inlustres Satyro pendente Celaenas.
Pagina 175 - I had fainted, unless I had believed to see the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living.
Pagina 270 - ... will be accomplished after he reaches the place where his travel allowances can be paid. An exception to this rule will be made in the case of a man who, at the time when he would ordinarily be sent for discharge to a place where his travel allowances could be adjusted, makes written statement that he elects to receive 2 cents per mile upon his discharge and that he waives his right to be sent at Government expense to a place where payment...
Pagina 47 - There are three kinds of scenes, one called the tragic, second, the comic, third, the satyric. Their decorations are different and unlike each other in scheme. Tragic scenes are delineated with columns, pediments, statues, and other objects suited to kings; comic scenes exhibit private dwellings, with balconies and views representing rows of windows, after the manner of ordinary dwellings; satyric scenes are decorated with trees, caverns, mountains, and other rustic objects delineated in landscape...

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