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Стр. 128 - Qui imagines in atrio exponunt et nomina familiae suae longo ordine ac multis stemmatum inligata flexuris in parte prima aedium collocant, non noti magis quam nobiles sunt ? Unus omnium parens mundus est, sive per splendidos sive per sordidos gradus ad hunc prima cuiusque origo perducitur.
Стр. 128 - Surely Galba did not pretend to have masks, expressi cera vultus, of Jove and Pasiphae ; the death of the former at least is not recorded. Nor can this account be borne out by the "loci classici " on the subject, Plin. 35. 6, and Seneca de Ben. 3. 28, 2. In the former passage the "stemmata" are distinctly contrasted with the " expressi cera vultus," which " singulis disponebantur armariis . . . stemmata vero lineis discurrebant ad imagines pictas.
Стр. 148 - For he who fights and runs away May live to fight another day ; But he who is in battle slain Can never rise and fight again.
Стр. 139 - Digesten: pertinet ad eas pecunias, quas quis in magistratu, potestate, curatione, legatione vel quo alio munere ministeriove publico cepit vel cum ex cohorte cuius eorum est.
Стр. lv - Nee obtinuit adversante optimatium factione ; quorum auctoritatem ut quibus posset modis in vicem deminueret, tropaea Gai Mari de lugurtha deque Cimbris atque Teutonis olim a Sulla disiecta restituit, atque in exercenda de sicariis quaestione eos quoque sicariorum numero habuit, qui proscriptione ob relata civium Romanorum capita pecunias ex aerario acceperant, quamquam exceptos Corneliis legibus.
Стр. 113 - Cicero afterwards boasted that he had " thrown dust in the eyes of the judges a< Cluentius's trial
Стр. 130 - The imperfect, of an action supposed, contrary to the fact, to be already occurring in the present time, or of a continuous state supposed, contrary to the fact, to have existed in past time.
Стр. 117 - The latter was not intended for use, but stood in the atrium as a sign that the master of the house was married ; Hor. Ep. i. I, 85, lectus genialis in aula est.
Стр. 35 - ... also is safer, in which two contrary propositions are advanced, of which it is sufficient for our purpose to establish either ; as in this example from Cicero :f There is certainly no one so unfavourable to Cluentius as not to grant me one thing : If it is certain that those judges were bribed, they must have been bribed either by Habitus or by Oppianicus ; if I show that they were not bribed by Habitus, I prove that they were bribed by Oppianicus ; if I make it appear that they were bribed by...
Стр. 120 - ... narrative have shocked his hearers ? For the facts you hear from me owe nothing to my plain, unvarnished tale (cum breviter strictimque dicuntur) ; but the matter of Cannutius's speech was heard under the influence of his eloquent and impressive manner (cum graviter diuque diceretur).