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PLATO, Apologia and Crito. Translate :(Apol. 5. 21 Α-Β.) Και ίστε δη οδος...... ου γαρ θέμις αυτό. ( 30. 39 Β-D.) Το δε δή μετά......μάλλον αγανακτήσετε. (Crito, 49 A-B.) ΣΩ. Ουδενί τρόπο.........φαμέν ή ού; (

"Έτι τοίνυν έν......ξυνέθου πολιτεύεσθαι.

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XV.

VIRGIL, Georg. Translate:(I. 360–369.) Jam sibi tum curvis......colludere plumas. (II. 380-392.) Non aliam ob culpam...... egit honestum. (III. 404-413.) Nec tibi cura canum......ad retia cervum. (IV. 295–307.) Exiguus primum......suspendat birundo. Translate :

VIRGIL, Ecl. (II. 28–38.) O tantum libeat...... habet ista secundum. (VII. 45–58.) Cor. Muscosi fontes......collibus umbras.

XVI.

VIRGIL, Aen. Translate : (I. 715-727.) Ille ubi complexu..........funalia vincunt. (II. 270-280.) In somnis, ecce, .........expromere voces. (III. 445-457.) Quaecumque in foliis.........ora resolvat. (IV. 65–73.) Heu vatum ignarae.........letalis arundo. (V. 743–754.) Haec memorans...... bello vivida virtus. (VI. 408-421.) Nec plura his......frugibus offam Objicit. (VII. 222-230.) Quanta per Idaeos............patentem. (VIII. 225-235.) Ut sese inclusit,......opportuna volucrum. (IX. 468–476.) Aeneadae duri.........revolutaque pensa. (X. 390–400.) Vos etiam gemini............ Trajicit. (XI. 487-497.) Jamque adeo Rutulum......... per armos.

. (XII. 855–866.) Illa volat,.. ...everberat alis.

XVII.

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HORACE. Translate :(Carm. I. 12. 49-60.) Gentis humanae...... Fulmina lucis.

. ( II. 8. 9–20.)

Expedit matris... ...relinquunt. ( III. 26.)

Vixi puellis..... .arrogantem. ( IV. 8. 13–24.) Non incisa.........invida Romuli ? (Epod. 5. 1-10.) At, o Deorum...... ...ferro bellua ? (Sat. I. 3. 19-34.)

Nunc aliquis...... hoc sub corpore. ( I. 10. 46–55.) Hoc erat,.....,majore reprensis ? ( , II. 3. 64-73.) Insanit veteres...... volet, arbor. ( , II. 6. 63–74.) O quando faba......... virtute beati. (Epist. I. 2. 51-59.) Qui cupit aut.........tormentum. I. 6. 31-44.)

Virtutem verba...... tolleret omnes. ( II. 1. 241-250.) Quod si.......... Clarorum apparent, ( II. 2. 166–174.) Quid refert,......... in altera jura. (Ars Poet. 138–153.) Quid dignum...... discrepet imum. ( 285–294.) Nil intentatum......ad unguem.

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XVIII.

JUVENAL. Translate :(III. 41-54.) Quid Romae............ Accusare potest. (VIII. 19–30.) Tota licet veteres.... .Osiri Invento. (X. 65-70.) Pone domi laurus,.. Damnatos. (XIII. 174–184.) Nullane periuri.........non dicet idem.

XIX.

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Translate (IV. 40.) (V. 48.) (VI. 24.)

· Sex. Tempani' .simus an vicerimus. Indutiae deinde.........obsidionem relinquant. Pudor primo tenuit.........prudentiae dedi,

(VII. 30.) Populus nos Campanus.........nos praestent, . (XXI. 8.) Phalarica erat............ in castra redigunt. (XXII. 51.) Postero die............. hostem exspirasset.

XX.

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CAESAR, de Bell. Gall. (I. 39. 4-6.) Hi neque vultum.........timere dicebant. (II. 27. 3-5.) At hostes etiam......magnitudo redegerat. (III. 18. 3-6.) Qui ubi pro............quod volunt, credunt. (IV. 25. 3-5.) Atque nostris.........ex navi desiluerunt. (V. 48. 1-5. Caesar consilio eius......castrorum abiciat. (VI. 14. 2-4.) Tantis excitati......memoriam remittant.

XXI.

SALLUST. Translate :(Cat. XI.) Avaritia pecuniae......... facinora fecere. C , XXXIII.) Deos hominesque.........aere solutum est. (Jug. XIV.) Generis praesidia .... .....curae esse decet. ( XCIII.) Quae quum.........proeliantibus aderant.

XXII.

CICERO. Translate :(De Off. III. 20. 79.) At enim, quum......quid haberet. (De Sen. VI. 17, 18.) Nihil igitur......... esse cognovero. (De Am. XVII. 62, 63.) Sed saepe...............in magna. (Pro Sex. Ros. 37.) Occidisse patrem..... ....contulisti. . (In Cat. I. 25.) Ibis tandem..... concupisti. (

Quare si quem......futurum est ? (Pro Arch. 12, 13.) Quaeres a nobis,.........sumpsero ? (Phil. I. 29.)

Sed per deos.........comprobatur. (

Recordare..... ...comparandus. ( III. 28.)

Hodierno die......nihil pudicum.

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