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" MALLE'OLUS, a hammer, the transverse head of which was formed for holding pitch and tow, which, having been set on fire, was projected slowly, so that it might not be extinguished during its flight, upon houses and other buildings in order to set them... "
Preparatory Latin prose-book: containing all the Latin prose necessary for ... - Pagina 487
di James Hobbs Hanson - 1864 - 775 pagine
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The Ăne´d of Virgil, with Engl. notes by C. Anthon, ed. by J.R. Major

Publius Vergilius Maro - 1845 - 684 pagine
...Literally, "the flame of tow." The poet here alludes to what was technically called a malleolut. The term denoted a hammer, the transverse head of which was...and which was, therefore, commonly used in sieges, naval battles, &c. Virgil is here historically correct, since a large number of Antony's vessels, which...
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Valpy's Virgil improved. The Bucolics, Georgics, and Ăneid; with marginal ...

Publius Vergilius Maro - 1846 - 646 pagine
...ships. 694. Stuppea fiamma : the poet here alludes to what was technically called a maUeolus. The term denoted a hammer, the transverse head of which was...and which was, therefore, commonly used in sieges, and naval or other battles. Virgil is here historically correct, since a large number of Antony's vessels,...
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The Ăne´d of Virgil with Engl. notes, by C. Anthon. Adapted by F. Metcalfe

Publius Vergilius Maro - 1846 - 676 pagine
...steel from military engines." The poet here alludes to what was technically called a malledm. The term denoted a hammer, the transverse head of which was...and which was, therefore, commonly used in sieges, naval battles, &c. Virgil is here historically correct, since a large number of Antony's vessels, which...
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A School Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities: Abridged from the Larger ...

William Smith, Charles Anthon - 1846 - 373 pagine
...personal compliment, and not as said with reference to anv of the offices which he held. MALLE'OLUS, a hammer, the transverse head of which was formed...houses and other buildings in order to set them on fire : it was therefore commonly used in sieges together with torches and falaricae. MA'LLEUS, dim. MALLE'OLUS...
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P. Virgilii Maronis Ăneis. The Ăne´d of Virgil, with Engl. notes [&c.] by ...

Publius Vergilius Maro - 1847 - 708 pagine
...'• the flame of tow." The poet here alludes to what was technically called a malleolus. The term denoted a hammer, the transverse head of which was...extinguished during its flight, upon houses and other Spargitur : arva nova Neptunia cœde rubescunt. 695 Regina in mediis patrio vocat agmina sistro ; Necdum...
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Select Orations of M. Tullius Cicero

Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1850 - 492 pagine
...they might intimidate him when delivering judgment in cases of debt. 15. Mallcolos. The term malleolua denoted a hammer, the transverse head of which was...fire, was projected slowly, so that it might not be Page jo extinguished during its Sight, upon houses and other buildings, in order to set them on fire....
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Select Orations of M. Tullius Cicero

Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1850 - 492 pagine
...they might intimidate him when delivering judgment in cases of debt Iff. Malleolos. The term malleolu* denoted a hammer, the transverse head of which was formed for holding pitch and tow ; which, haying been set on fire, was projected slowly, so that it might not be Pige iQ extinguished during...
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A School Dictionary of Greek & Roman Antiquities

William Smith - 1851 - 366 pagine
...personal compliment, and not as said with reference to any of the offices which he held. MALLE'OLUS, a hammer, the transverse head of which was formed...houses and other buildings in order to set them on fire : it was therefore commonly used in sieges together with torches and falarieae. MA'LLEUS, dim. MALLE'OLUS...
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Select Orations: With Notes, for the Use of Schools and Colleges

Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1851 - 492 pagine
...they might intimidate him when delivering judgment in cases of debt. 15. Malleolos. The term malleolus denoted a hammer, the transverse head of which was...for holding pitch and tow ; which, having been set ou fţre, was projected slowly, so that it might not be •to extinguished during its flight, npon...
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A School Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities: Abridged from the Larger ...

William Smith - 1854 - 396 pagine
...personal compliment, and not as said with reference to any of the offices which he held. MALLE'OLUS, a hammer, the transverse head of which was formed...which, having been set on fire, was projected slowly, sij that it might not be extinguished during its flight, upon houses and other buildings in order to...
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