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post 74, 123

postquam 77, 83, 160
postremo 148
postridie 134
potiri 133
praecepio? 128
praenomen
praeter 119

73

prepositions

coupling nouns

99, with town-names 127

priusquam 73
privatim 85, 136
privus xxxvi
prolatare 130
promiscuus 86
pronoun pleonastic 87
pronus 65

prope etc. case after 84
propter 164
prosapia xxxiv
proscriptio 102
provenire 81
psallere 106

publice 85, 136
pudicitia 86
pudor 86

pugnare for expugnare 80
putare, esse omitted after 67

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quo with comparatives 65,
116, 122; quo loco 162; quo
minus 148, xxxix
quousque tandem, humorous
imitation of Cicero 100

Ratus 158

recte atque ordine 141
redundancy 149

reliqui 71, nihil reliqui facere
85

res (ita r. est) 152

Sacerdotia 102
saevus 144
Sallustian peculiarities of lan-
guage 69, 72, 111, 143 etc.;
favourite words agitari 66;
artes 68; fuere ea tempes-
tate qui 104; invado 68, 84;
per 88; tempestas 78, habere
etc. xxxix

saltare 106

saturnalia 129

scilicet with accusative and
infinitive XXXV

se ellipse of xxxix
secessio 117

senatus: senati 112; sctum ul-
timum 111; order of pro-
ceedings in 137, 138, 150,
151, 155

senectus (adjective) xxxvi
sentina 121

sequi 86, 157, 162
servitia...cuius 160

si-si (sin) 152
sicubi 114

sicuti 91, 114

simple verb for compound 70,
80

simul ac 79

singular and plural mixed 81
sinus urbis 154

solitus adjective 137
soluerat xxxvi

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II. INDEX OF NAMES AND AUTHORITIES.

[Phil. Philologus; RM. Rheinisches Museum.]

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Aborigines 76

Acro 72 (scholia to Horace
under that name, 7th cent.)
Allen H. (Alanus) 54 (ed. 1832,
also Curae secundae in S.,
1865)

Amiternum vii, 76

Annius, Q. A. Chilo 93
Antonius 103, 164
Appian xxv, 105, 106, 110
(bis), 129, 137, 139, 160,
161 (historian, 2nd cent.)
Apuleius 77, 145, 156, xxx n (of
Africa, writer of Metamor-
phoses a kind of novel,
etc., 2nd cent.)
Arpinum 115

Arretium 119

Arusianus Messus 9, 43 (gram-
marian, 4th cent.)
Asconius ix n, xxiv n, 95, 97,
102 (commentator on Cicero,
1st cent.; references to ed.
of Kiessling and Schöll);
Pseudo-Asconius on Ver-
rine Orr. 112
Asellio, S. xi

Ateius Philologus xv n, xxix n,
xli

Augustine xliv, li, 76, 159
(A.D. 354-430)
Augustus xxix n, 127 (ap.
Suet. Aug. 86)

Aurelius Victor 77, 100, 154
(historian, 4th cent. 'Caesa-
res' and?'de viris illustri-
bus')
Autronius 93, 95

Bergk T. 20 (Phil. Bd. 29)
Bestia, L. Calpurnius 129
Bezzenberger 54 (ap. Wölfflin,
Phil. 1861)
Binsfeld 11 (RM. 1866)

Caesar, C. Julius when born
136; his eloquence 157; is
the work an apology for
Caesar? xiii, xx; forgives S.?
157-Language, contrasted
with Sall.'s 70, 74, 75, 78,
79, 80, 82, 92, 97, 98, 100,
100, 101, 115, 117, 127, 134,
149 etc. sequence after his-
torical present 127, saevus
144, equidem 145, leges qui-
bus legibus 149, historical
infinitive xlii
Caesar, L. Julius 92
Cassius Dio 97, 103, 105, 110,
125, 160, 163, 164 (histo-
rian, 2nd cent.)
Cassius, L. C. Longinus 93
Catilina, spelling of 63, deri-
vation 73, descent 73

Catilinarius 63

Cato (the Censor), on agri-
culture 71; Sall. imitates
his language xiii, xxix, 69,
71, 72, 75, 76, 81 (bis), 94,
100, 115, 144, 148, 154,
156, 165.-Brünnert G.: de
Sallustio imitatore Catonis
Sisennae aliorumque vete-
rum historicorum Romano-
rum, Jena 1873. See also
Deltour

Cato (Uticensis), age 156, his
eloquence 157, severitas 157,
speaking in senate 151, his
speech not genuine 154
Catulus 135

Cethegus 93

Charisius 3, 31, 53, 62 (gram-
marian, 4th cent.)
Cicero, Memoirs xiii, 75; Sall.
borrows from his invectives?
xiv, xv n, 90, 100, 153; on
historians xi, 64; on deco-
rum 91, 106; on another
world 144. Language; cri-
ticism of words, -ere 100,
isdem 126, prosapia, XXXV,
ad imperandum xxxvi: Col-
loquialisms, agitare 66,
portare 77, hostem ferire 80,
facinus facere 80, pleonas-
tic pronoun 87, quis 94,
patrare 97, tute esse 101,
opitulari 117, conlubet 143,
cum quod 148; Language
contrasted with Sall.'s 66,
68, 71, 75, 78, 82, 83, 86,
92, 99, 114, 115, 118, 119,
120, 127, 133, 134, 149, 156,
157; use of tametsi-tamen
98, equidem 145

Constans L. 92, 144 (see Pre-
face; school ed. 1881)
Cornelius, C. 110
Cornificius (Auctor ad Heren-
nium) 98, 142, 152
Cornificius, Q. 133

Curtius 97, 134 (Q. C. Rufus,
historian of Alexander, 1st
cent.)

Damasippus 147

Dares 81 (pretended Latin
translation of book on fall
of Troy by Dares the Phry-
gian, 5th cent.)
Deltour F. 101 (de Sallustio
Catonis imitatore, Paris
1859)
Dicaearchus 76 (fragment pre-
served by Porphyry, Müller
Frag. Hist. Graec. 2. 230)
Dictys 131, 135 (i.e. Septi-

mius, translator (?) of Tro-
jan war by Dictys of Crete,
4th cent.)
Dietsch R. passim (references
mostly to critical edition
1859, sometimes to ed. with
Latin explanatory notes
1845; text in Teubner's
series, 1872)
Diomedes 10, 94 (grammarian
of 4th cent.)

Dionysius Halic. 121 (historian
abt. B.C. 20)
Döderlein 149 (Phil. 1854), 77
Donatus 86, 103 (commentator
on Terence, 4th cent.)

Eussner A. 123 (RM. 1868);
113, 130 (RM. 1872)

Fabia 118

Fabri W. 85, 119 (ed. with
German notes, 2nd ed.
1845)
Faesulanum 129
Figulus 92
Flaccus 131

Flaminius 119

Florus xxv, 63, 77, 103, 115,
165 (historian, 2nd cent.)
Freudenberg 11 (ap. Bins-

feld)

Fronto xxix n, 66, 81, 91, 162
(2nd cent. teacher of M.
Aurelius)
Fulvia 104

Fulvius 125

Fulvius Nobilior 93
Furius 138, 164

Gabinius 94, 129, 153
Gellius 20, 69, 85, 117 (2nd
cent.)

Gerlach F. D. 3 (four edd.
between 1823-70)

Gronovius J. F. 18, 26 (A.D.

1611-71)

Grunauer E. 59

Gründel C. F. L. 6, 46, 65, 88,
115 (Quaestiones Sallustia-
nae, 1861)
Gruter J. 27, 33 (ed. 1607)

Hagen E. 110, 161 (Unter-
suchungen über Römische
Geschichte I. Catilina, 1854)
Hartel G. 18 (ap. Scheindler)
Haupt M. 120 (Misc. Opusc.
1. 149)

Hegesippus 154, 159 (Latin
paraphrase of Josephus,
4th cent.)
Hertz M. 154 (Phil. 1857)
Herzog C. G. 79, 97, 144, 163
(ed. 1828 etc.)

Hoffmann E. 116, 118 (Stu-
dien auf dem Gebiete der
Lat. Syntax 1884 Die Zeit-
folge nach dem Praesens
historicum u. s. w.)
Horace 68, 87, 88, 94, 112,
143, 152

Hyginus 81 (1st cent.?)

Isocrates 70

Jacobs R. passim (school ed.,
8th 1881, Berlin Weidmann,
revised by H. Wirz)
Jerome 87 (4th cent.)

John C. see xvi n; xx, 96
(also Sallustius über Catili-
nas Candidatur im Jahre
688, RM. 1876)
Jordan H. passim (two pre-
faces to text, also Hermes
i 229-50, iii 459, v 396,
and Kritische Beiträge zur
Geschichte der Lateinischen
Sprache 1879)
Jugurtha, the style of the
xxxiii, 67, 94

Klimscha P. xxx, 147, see
xlviii n; 87 (Zeitschrift f.
d. österreich. Gymnasien,
1878)

Köchly A. 12 (ap. Wirz, de
fide etc.)

Kortte G. (Cortius) xlv, 27,
71, 81 (ed. 1724)
Krämer C. E. 20 (Emendatio-
nes Sallustianae, 1875)
Kritz F. passim (large ed. 1828,
small 1856)

Kuhlmann L. 17 (de Sallustii

codice Parisino 500, 1881)
Kvíčala J. 68, 72, 85, 91, 164
(Z. f. d. ö. G. 14. 579)

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