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accepit, a senatu rex est appellatus M. Iunio, A. Manlio consulibus, regnavit undecim annos.

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Macedonum gens obscura admodum fama usque Philippum, Amyntae filium, fuit. Inde ac per eum crescere cum coepisset, Europae se tamen finibus continuit, Graeciam omnem et partem Thraciae atque Illyrici amplexa. Superfudit deinde se in Asiam, et tredecim annis, quibus 5 Alexander regnavit, primum omnia, qua Persarum prope inmenso spatio imperium fuerat, suae dicionis fecit; Arabas 6 hinc Indiamque, qua terrarum ultimos fines Rubrum mare amplectitur, peragravit. Tum maximum in terris Mace- 7 donum regnum nomenque; inde morte Alexandri distractum in multa regna, dum ad se quisque opes rapiunt; laceratis viribus, a summo culmine fortunae ad ultimum finem centum quinquaginta annos stetit.

bus: 179; see 40, 54, I. consulibus: 178.

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- M. Iunio

4. Philippum: father of Alexander, ruled from 359 to 336. -inde: from his time.

5. tredecim annis: 336-323; abl. of time within which. - quibus: attracted into the case of annis, instead of being in the acc. of duration of time. qua: where; 7, 33, 10 illa omnia qua . micant hastae. - prope inmenso: for this use of prope see on I, I, 5. dicionis: cf. 1, 25, 13.

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6. Rubrum mare: the Indian Ocean, which in the vague geographical notions of the time formed the southeastern extremity of the world. 42, 52, 14 nec ante vincere desierint quam Rubro mari inclusis quod vincerent defuerit.

LIVY- - 24

7. regnum nomenque: only reg-
num is subject of the following
predicates, distractum (est) and
stetit. For nomen = reputation cf.
Praef. 3 and 27, 49, 4.- morte:
indicating both time and cause ;
cf. 1, 3, 4.1
distractum... regna:
ruled by the so-called Diadochi,
who had been Alexander's gen-
erals.dum: see on Praef. 2.—
rapiunt: the Diadochi. -a summo
culmine from Alexander's time. -
centum quinquaginta: from the
death of Alexander, 155 years.
Plin. 4, 39 haec est Macedonia,
terrarum imperio potita quondam,
haec Asiam transgressa, . . . haec
eadem est Macedonia, cuius uno
die Paulus Aemilius, imperator
noster, septuaginta duas urbis di-
reptas vendidit.

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INDEX TO THE NOTES

[The references are to pages of this book.]

alii, for ceteri, 161.
aliquot, 75.

-alis, adjs. in, 267.
alius, 203; for alter, 47.
alliteration, 25, 201; in formulae, 43.
Alps, Hannibal's route, 212.
animi, 46, 333.
animus, 129.

a, with expressions of distance, 318.
ab, of cause and time, 27, 238.
abesse, 284.

ablative, instrumental, 236; locative,
without prep., 35; of town-name,
with prep., 49; cf. 269.

ablative absolute, subject omitted, 61;
impersonal, 366; combined with

adj. modifier, 27; past participle | annales, 190.
of time not past, 198.

antequam, 288.
antiquare, 137.

antiquus, 150.
anulus aureus, 170.

anxius, 351.

abscedere, 309.
abstinere, 26.

abstract, for concrete, 93, 95.
ac, 286.

Acca Larentia, 36.

accessio, 366.

accusative, adverbial with verbs of com- arcessire, 89.

archaisms, 180.

parison, 107.

ad, of time and cause, 47, 94, 150, 349; arma, “armor," 46; "troops," 257.
with numerals, 276.
asyndeton, between cum clauses, 103.
ausim, 21.

addere, with eo, 296.

auxilium, 253.

adjective, for adv., 25; peculiarity of
agreement, 27, 35; substantive

use, 22, 31, 47, III.

adnuere, 150.

adserere in servitutem, 86.
adsuefacere, with ad, 104.
adsuescere, 58.

adverb, qualifying noun, 35, 40, 62.

adverbial phrases, 155, 214.

adversus, 105.

advocatus, 88.

apparatus, 170.

arcere, with ne clause, 304.

aedile, 139.

aequare frontem, 258.

agedum, 72.

agmine, 40.

Alba, foundation of, 56.
alienare, 289.

blandiri, 198.

brachylogy, 66, 98, 179, 201.
-bundus, adjs. in, 217.

caerimonia, 164.

Cannae, location of battle, 252.

canticum, 143.

Capitoline Hill, 114, 123; temples, 339.
Carmentis, 128.

casus, 128.

characteristic clause, following adeo, 211.
circa, for ad, 112, 279; "on both sides,"
156, 304.

circumire, 355.

clamitare, with dat., 305.

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idem, 143.
immo, 222.

in, "in the case of," 108; "in spite of,"
60; "in view of," 94; with senten-

tiam, etc., 327.

inaugurare, 41.
includere, 282.

inmensus, 28.

inplere, 289.

inpotens, with gen., 109.

insignia of the kings, 58.

insons, 262.

machinamentum, 267.

inde, 115.
indignitas, 231.
indoles, 31.

macte, 262,
magistratus, 79.

infinitive, subject omitted, 155; for ut magna parte, 268.

clause, 246.

maxime, 271.
mediusfidius, 74.

insuper, 233.
intentare, 167.

intentus, 271.
intercalare, 175.

intercessio, 174.

intercursare, 214.

interiacere, 146.
interregnum, 171.

intra, 254.

invadere, 266.

invehere, 245.

irae, 41.

is, for obj. gen., 81, 156, 236, 284.

itaque ergo, 46.

iubere, 155, 301.
iungere pontem, 203.
ius, fas, lex, 334.

iuvenes, 39.

iuxta, 80, 175.

Julian gens, 43.
Jupiter Indiges, 31.

Latinum nomen, 192.
latus clavus, 170.
lectisternium, 140.
legatus, 158.

legibus interrogare, 336.

legio, 50, 246.

lex curiata, 127.

lex sacrata, 77.

litare, IIO.

Livius Andronicus, 142.

ludicrum, 37.
ludus, 333-

ludi maximi, 139, 361.
Lupercal, for Lupercalia, 37.
lustrum, 191.

Lycaeus, 38.

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