C. Sallusti Crispi Catilina et Jugurtha: With explanatory notes, lexicon, etc

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Pagina 98 - Romani, ab stirpe interiit, cuncta maria terraeque patebant, saevire fortuna ac miscere omnia coepit. Qui labores, pericula, dubias atque asperas res facile toleraverant, eis otium, divitiae, optanda alias, oneri miseriaeque fuere.
Pagina 128 - Catoni studium modestiae, decoris, sed maxume 5 severitatis erat; non divitiis cum divite, neque factione cum factioso, sed cum strenuo virtute, cum modesto pudore, cum innocente abstinentia certabat; esse quam videri bonus malebat: ita, quo minus petebat gloriam, eo magis illum sequebatur.
Pagina 133 - Catilina vero longe a suis inter hostium cadavera repertus est, paululum etiam spirans ferociamque animi, quam habuerat vivos, in voltu retinens.
Pagina 94 - ... et invidia dicta putant, ubi de magna virtute atque gloria bonorum memores, quae sibi quisque facilia factu putat, aequo animo accipit, supra ea veluti ficta pro falsis ducit.
Pagina 198 - After the triumph he was thrown into prison, where, whilst they were in haste to strip him, some tore his robe off his back, and others, catching eagerly at his pendants, pulled off the tips of his ears with them. When he was thus thrust down naked into the dungeon, all wild and confused, he said, with a frantic smile, ' Heavens ! how cold is this bath of yours...
Pagina 13 - Г* also queritur de natura sua genus humanum, quod imbecilla atque aevi brevis forte potius quam virtute regatur.
Pagina 158 - ... also to increase their weight, and thus make them steadier. They were also covered with raw hides, and quilts, moistened, and sometimes with alum, to protect them from fire. Their height was such as to overtop the walls, towers, and all other fortifications of the besieged place. They were divided into stories (tabulata or tecta), and hence they are called turres contabulatae.
Pagina 198 - After the triumph, he was thrown into prison, where, whilst they were in haste to strip him, some tore his robe off his back; and others, catching eagerly at his pendants, pulled off the tips of his ears with them. When he was thrust down naked into the dungeon, all wild and confused, he said, with a frantic smile,t — "Heavens!
Pagina 99 - Ibi primum insuevit exercitus populi Romani amare, potare, signa, tabulas pictas, vasa caelata mirari, ea privatim et publice rapere, delubra spoliare, sacra profanaque omnia polluere.

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