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Abies, of a ship, 8. 91: of a spear, 11. 667 | Ad, in composition, 9. 52

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aliquem loqui, 10. 742

limina, of humility in supplication, 7.

221

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Aestus, of fluctuation in opinion, 12. 486
Aetherius, of the sun, 8. 68

of the heavenly bodies, 8. 137

Agere, of leading to battle, 7. 804: 8. 678

--, used for ducere, 10. 514: 12. 530

Agger moerorum, 10. 24

Agitare, of pursuit, 11. 686

with infinitive, 9. 187

Agricola, contrasted with arator, 10. 805

Agrippa, 8. 682

Agylla, 7. 652 8.479

speech, 11. 24

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Antemnae, 7. 631
Antonius, 8. 685
Anxius, 9. 89

Aperiri, of dawning, 8. 681
Apex, 8. 664

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of the top of a helmet, 10. 270
Apollo, worship of, at Soracte, 11. 787
Appenninicola, 11. 700

Ait, introduced towards the end of a Aptare, with dative, 10. 131

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Ara Maxuma, origin of, 8. 194

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Alliteration, 9. 89, 340: 11. 151, 160, Arma, of a single piece of armour, 8. 435

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Ater, of flames, 8. 198

Athos, quantity of final syllable in, 12. 701
Atina, a Latin city in Virgil, 7. 630

Atinas, 11. 869: 12. 661

Atque, 7. 205: 9.1: 12. 531

Attactus, 7. 350

Attollere fasces, 7. 173

influence, 7.580

Birth of men from stocks and stones, 8.
315

Biting the ground in death, 10. 489: 11.

418

Bonus propitious, 12. 179

Bubo, 12. 862

Bustum funeral pile, 11. 201

Attonitus, of one under strong divine Buxum, of a top, 7. 382

Attorquere, 9. 52

Auctor, of a god, 8. 336

of an authority for a fact, 10. 510
Audax, of Turnus, 7. 409: 9.3
Audere = τλῆναι, 7. 300

of making a moral effort, 8. 364
Audire, with accus. to hear of, 7. 196
Augere, of laying gifts on the altar, 7. 111
Augustus, nearly = sanctus, 7. 170
Augustus, foreign wars of, alluded to, 7.
604.

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Aventinus, 7.657

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fountain head, 11. 361: 12. 572
used in execrations, 11. 399
of the end of a bow, 11. 861

Avertere, of carrying off plunder, 8. 208: Capys, 10. 145
10.78

Avus, used loosely, 10. 76, 619

Axe, the national weapon of the rural

population of Italy, 7. 627 11. 656

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stops, 9. 618

Bimembris, 8. 293

Bipatens, 10. 5

Carbaseus, 11. 776

Carbasus, 8. 34

Carmentalis porta, 8. 338
Carmentis, prediction of, 8. 340
Cassida, 11. 775

Cassus aethere, 11. 104

Castra movere, not of breaking up a camp,
11. 446

Castrametation, Virgil's, 11. 159

Cateia, 7. 741

Catilina, representation of, in Tartarus, 8.
668

Cato of Utica, representation of, in Elysium,
.8 670

Catullus imitated by Virgil in the last
six books of the Aeneid, 7. 302, 356,
395, 593: 8. 19, 518: 9. 106, 313, 435,
500, 582, 695: 10. 102, 230, 670, 844:
11. 68, 269, 581, 764: 12. 473, 669
Caula, 9. 60

Caussa, followed by infinitive, 10. 90
Cava nubes, 10. 636

Cavae turres, 9. 46

Cavus, of the temples, 9. 633, 808: 10. 891
-- of hills, 8. 599

Bipennis, in original adjectival sense, 11. Cedere = bene cedere, 12. 148

135

locis, 7. 559

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Circulus, of a band to confine the hair, 10. Consurgere in ensem, 9. 749: 12. 729
138

Citus for citatus, 8. 642

Contra, of replying, 9. 280
Contus, 9. 510

Clamorem tollere, of combatants, 9. 566: Converti not = συστρέφεσθαι, 12. 548

11.622

Clarus, epithet of Alba, 8. 48

Classicum, 7. 637

Classis, ancient sense of, 7. 716

Clausae portae, a sign of war, 8. 385

Clausus, 7. 707

Clipeatus, 7. 793

Clipeum, neuter, 9. 709

Co-ordination of ideas not strictly expressed,
9. 48: 10. 794

Copulative, place of, supplied by repetition,

11. 171

Coquere =

inflammare, 7. 345

Cornu, of helmet, 12. 89

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bucina, 7. 513

Cornus, of a javelin, 9. 698: 12. 267

Coctus, of a spear hardened in the fire, 11. Corona, 10. 122: 11. 475

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navalis, 8. 684

rostrata, 8.684

Coronare cingere, 9. 380

Corpus, of the organization of a kingdom,
11. 313: 12. 835

used periphrastically, 9. 273

Collateral forms, employment of, 10. 571: Corythus, 7. 209: 9. 10: 10.719

11. 522

Colligere rabiem, 9.63

Comets, considered ill-omened, 10. 272
Communes Di, 12. 118

Comptus for coronatus, 7. 751: 8.128
Concilium and consilium confused in MSS.,
11. 469

-

magnum, 11. 234

Concipere foedus, 12. 13

Concutere, 7.338: 8.4

Condensus, 8. 497

Condere to compose, 10. 35
Confundere, metaphorical, 12. 619

Confusion between impressions on different
senses, 12.591

Congeminare, 11. 698: 12. 714

Congressus, of friendly meeting, 8. 467
Coniicere, with dative, 7. 456
Coniugium, for coniunx, 11. 270
Coniungere, with abl., 10. 653
Coniurare, of a general rising, 8. 4
Conjunction, used to couple words which
are not co-ordinate, 9. 48

Connixus, of a charge with lances, 11. 613
Connubiis, as a trisyllable, 7. 96
Conplere, a naval term, 11. 327

Country put for people, 10. 8, 365: 12.232
Crates, of the framework of shields, 8. 633

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more, 10. 832

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cupido, 9. 185

Dirigere aciem, 7. 523

Dead, both buried and burnt at Rome, 11. | Discere = learn about, 12. 435

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Discessio caeli, 9. 20

Discinctus, of Carthaginians, 8. 724
Disfigurement of features forbidden to
women by Roman law, 12. 606
Disiicere

--

=rumpere, 7. 339

of laying in ruins, 8. 290
Disjunctive in questions, use of, 10. 150
dividing two clauses not really

distinct, 10. 740

Dissidere, of physical separation, 7. 370
Diversus, 7. 150: 12. 621

Dives, of abundance, 9. 26

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Divi images of gods, 12. 286

Divine favour and human prowess viewed
as independent, 11. 118

Divortium, 9. 379

Docere, of recounting, 11. 249

Deprensus and depressus confounded in Dolo, 7. 664

MSS., 10. 98

Dercennus, 11. 850

Doliturus, 11. 732

Dolon, 12. 347

Dolor, 8. 220, 501: 9.66

Descriptions in Virgil localized, 7. 516: Domus, of place of extraction, 8. 114: 10.

10. 708: 12. 4

537

141

Homeric, 7. 534,

Aeneae, 9. 448
Dona ferre, 8. 284

Descriptive attributes, employment of, 9. Donec, with subjunctive, 11. 860

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