Transactions of the American Philological Association, المجلد 22

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الصفحة lxiv - Poughkeepsie, NY: Vassar College Library. Providence, RI: Brown University Library. Rochester, NY: Rochester University Library. Springfield Mass.: City Library. Tokio, Japan: Library of Imperial University. University of Virginia, Albemarle Co., Va.: University Library. Washington, DC: Library of Congress. Washington, DC: United States Bureau of Education.
الصفحة xlviii - The English translators render somewhat vaguely the reference to Adrastea. Jowett : " And I pray Nemesis not to visit upon me the words which I am about to utter." Davies and Vaughan : " I pray that the divine Nemesis may not overtake me for what I am going to say." Stallbaum's note fairly represents the interpretation of the commentators : (Adrastea) " habebatur ultrix necis et
الصفحة 108 - i, 16, 38) ; Romanorumprimus, quantum ego quidem sciam, condidit aliqua in hanc materiam M. Cato ille Censorius (Quintil. 3, i, 19). Quamquam enim adeo excellebat Aristides abstinentia, ut unus post hominum memoriam, quern quidem nos audierimus, cognomine Justus sit appellatus, tamen
الصفحة xl - As. 427) is translated just as if I were lame, as if it were a present condition contrary to fact; but it really means just as [it would be] if I should [at some future time] be lame, and so is a less vivid future condition requiring the present subjunctive."
الصفحة xxxiii - I, 216, 322; 2, 23, 224, 714; 3, 23; 4, 405, — 7 times. a. Natural law — adversus naturae foedera niti, 5, 310. 1,498,586; 2,301; 4, 322, 948, 1088; 5, 225, 310, 924; 6, 335, 838, 907,—-12 times. b. Consistency with nature, —• not in L. c. Natural causes, 2, 1058: cum praesertim hie sit natura factus, ut ipsa | sponte sua forte offensando semina rerum.
الصفحة xxxii - TO, which may be thus restored: The paper was meant to supplement Munro's note on Lucretius I, 25, where he made the statement that ' perhaps every one of the meanings which natura has in Cicero, or nature in English, is found in Lucretius.' The word natura occurs in Lucretius, according to
الصفحة lii - is found to possess. Herodotus informs us that he himself has seen in the temple of the Ismenian Apollo at Thebes in Boeotia Cadmean letters engraved on certain tripods, for the most part resembling the Ionian. One of the tripods has this inscription : — "Amphitryon dedicated me on his return from the
الصفحة lxii - Va. AS Wheeler, Sheffield Scientific School, New Haven, Conn. Benjamin I. Wheeler, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY James R. Wheeler, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vt. GM Whicher, Lawrenceville, NJ Andrew C. White, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY John Williams
الصفحة i - Henry Gibbons, Amherst College, Amherst, Mass. Basil L. Gildersleeve, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. Thomas D. Goodell, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. Alfred Gudeman, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. William Gardner Hale, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY Isaac H. Hall, Metropolitan Museum, Central Park, New York, NY Samuel Hart, Trinity College, Hartford, Conn. LC Hull, Lawrenceville, NJ W. Irving Hunt, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. George B.
الصفحة lvii - Henry Gibbons, Amherst College, Amherst, Mass. Basil L. Gildersleeve, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. FB Goddard, Maiden, Mass. Julius Goebel, Belletristisches Journal, New York, NY (PO Box 3595). Thomas D. Goodell, Yale University, New Haven, Conn.

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