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CLASSICAL PHILOLOGY

VOLUME 2

EDWARD BULL CLAPP

WILLIAM AUGUSTUS MERRILL

HERBERT CHESTER NUTTING

EDITORS

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PRESS

BERKELEY

1911-1916

L-0.6

C 153

V. 2

Cited as Univ. Calif. Publ. Class. Phil.

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ERRATA

Page 82, line 3 from bottom. For where read were.
Page 114, line 3. For 7 read 8.
Page 127, line 11. For amplexum read amplexus.
Page 130, line 9. For absint read absunt.

line 19. For and read had.
Page 135, line 7. For 2 read 12.
Page 138, line 8 from bottom. For minitante read minitanti.
Page 139, lir 1. For mini inte read minitanti.
Page 142, line 13. For calidam read validam.
Page 167, line 13 from bottom. For then read there.
Page 189, note 52. For Goldbery read Golbery.
Page 196, line 1. For Goldbery read Golbery.
Page 202, line 9. For Mattaire read Maittaire.

line 14 from bottom. For it read its.
Page 223, last line. Insert comma between propinqui and ira.
Page 242, second column, line 27. For g for i read g for 1.
Page 246, first column, line 23. For ii 144 read iii 144.

line 41. For 329 read 339.
Page 248, first column, line 11. For 736 read 776.
Page 249, second column, line 2 from bottom. For 645 read 635.
Page 301, line 15. For of read to.

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PREFACE.

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In March, 1906, I submitted to an examining committee of the University of California faculty a dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy entitled “Adversaria Critica in Suetonii de Vita Caesarum Librum Octavum.' Some of the decisions reached in the original dissertation have been reversed in the light of further investigation and reflection, and additional evidence has been accumulated on those points where there has appeared to be no good reason for change, but on the whole the material collected for the thesis supplies the bulk of the present essay. A statement of the passages considered in it will be found on the following page.

I desire to acknowledge here with much gratitude my indebtedness to Professor H. C. Nutting of the University of California for his close criticism of my thesis and his friendly suggestions for its betterment.

WILLIAM HARDY ALEXANDER.

Western University, London, Ontario,

June, 1907.

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