Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association, Volume 36

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Beginning with v. 31, the proceedings and papers of the Philological Association of the Pacific Coast are included.
 

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Page 112 - ... sed me iussa deum, quae nunc has ire per umbras, per loca senta situ cogunt noctemque profundam, imperils egere suis ; nec credere quivi hunc tantum tibi me discessu ferre dolorem. siste gradum teque aspectu ne subtrahe nostro. quem fugis? extremum fato quod te adloquor hoc est.
Page 235 - Is Asellio sub P. Scipione Africano tribunus militum ad Numantiam fuit resque eas quibus gerendis ipse interfuit conscripsit.
Page 222 - Valde quidem, inquam, probandos ; nudi enim sunt, recti et venusti, omni ornatu orationis tamquam veste detracta. Sed dum voluit alios habere parata, unde sumerent qui vellent scribere historiam, ineptis gratum fortasse fecit, qui...
Page xxxix - Ego deum genus esse semper dixi et dicam caelitum, sed eos non curare opinor, quid agat humanum genus : nam si curent, bene bonis sit, male malis, quod nunc abest
Page 228 - ... in summa tamen ipsa aut varietas est ulla, apud hos quidem quos nominavi, aut inter ipsos dissensio.
Page 228 - De summo autem bono quia duo genera librorum sunt, unum populariter scriptum quod e^wrepiKov appellabant, alterum limatius quod in commentariis reliquerunt...
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Page xxi - I, 106) : Est modus in rebus; sunt certi denique fines, Ultra citraque nequit consistere rectum. In conclusion, I realize the fallibility of one whose training in the classics dates prior to 1860; for errors I bespeak helpful criticism; I venture to ask this Association to declare its recognition of what is involved in the linguistic side of Neuronymy, and its recommendation that individual members respond to requests for information and counsel. On motion of Professor Sihler it was Voted, that the...
Page 228 - Reliquit et rerum suarum commentarios Gallici civilisque belli Pompeiani. Nam Alexandrini Africique et Hispaniensis incertus auctor est ; alii Oppium putant, alii Hirtium, qui etiam Gallici belli novissimum imperfectumque librum suppleverit.
Page 229 - Anticatones " totidem ac praeterea poema quod inscribitur " Iter." Quorum librorum primes in transitu Alpium, cum ex citeriore Gallia conventibus peractis ad exercitum rediret, sequentes sub tempus Mundensis proelii fecit ; novissimum, dum ab urbe in Hispaniam ulteriorem 6 quarto et vicensimo die pervenit.

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