Specimens of Roman literature, selected from the works of Latin authors, ed. by C.T. Cruttwell and P. Banton

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Charles Thomas Cruttwell
1879
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Why then should we grieve over
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υστερόσοισον σέμπει παραβάσιν Ερινύν
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The Roman Religion is Local and cannot
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A General View of the Subject
60
The Sensible Impression the Criterion of Truth
66
Cic
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Value of a Knowledge of Geometry
72
B Moral Philosophy
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The Standard of Right should be in Ones Self
78
False
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Regulations to be observed by the Flamen Dialis Aul Gell
84
Moderation and Contentment are rare
85
The Character that most wins our Admiration Cic
91
Ought Children to obey their Fathers Will
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G DREAMS AND MAGIC
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Poverty more Conducive to Virtue than Riches Apul
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Political Philosophy
110
Character of Hannibal
111
b This will give Consistency to a Strict
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the Supporters
119
The Attractions of Power rarely despised except
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What are Justitiable Grounds for going to War? Cic
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Roman Genius is Imperial
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e Precocity not to be encouraged
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Physical Science
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Effects
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Diameter of the Zodiac estimated in terms of
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A Short Description of Asia
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A Short Description of Africa
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PERIOD III A D 14180
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Relative Measurements of the Quarters of
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The Causes of Meteors explained
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There are eight Main Quarters from which
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The Earth is an Organism analagous to
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An Explanation of the Superior Hardness
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Magic is connected with Daemonic Agency
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The Marvellous Variety of Animal Life
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Natural History of the Lion
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Man
226
A Comparison of Man with the rest of Creation Plin N ii 298
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A Disquisition on Colours hy the Philosopher
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Arguments for a Scientific Method in Medicine Cels
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ART AND LETTERS
245
Statuary
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First Introduction of the Drama into Rome
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Roscius the great Comic Actor
266
B Theory of the Oratorical Art
267
e The Power of arousing the Emotions
272
The Orators Style distinct from that of the Philo
278
Main Heads of Treatment applicable to all Cases Auct
284
On the Chief Excellences of Narration
291
Criticism of Sallust by Livy
334
Miscellaneous Criticism
337
National Greatness an Incentive to Patriotic
342
The Public Lecturer must expect to have
352
This Analogy so far as Natural is a
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On the Particle Saltem
365
Instances of Onomatology
371
ROMAN STYLE
379
A Parasite puts himself up for Auction
385
Portrait of a Good Steward
391
A Single Combat
397
Letter written on the Death of Caesar
403
The Encounter between clodius and Milo Cic
409
Power of the Druids
416
The Seasons of the Year
422
The Spring of the World
428
Turnus brought to bay
434
Rustic Plenty
440
A Period I 24080 B C EnniusHelvius Mancia
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The Cave of Sleep
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PERIOD III 14180 A D
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Deaths from the Bites of Serpents
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A Storm at Sea
471
Boxing Match between Capaneus and Alcidamas Stat
477
Character of Tiberius
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Cic
520
Catilines Guilt
528
Cicero bewails Hortensius
534
Laberius resents an Indignity put upon him
540
Virg
541
Grief in the Stillness of Night
545
A Lover repents having left his Mistress
551
Medeas Soliloquy
557
Virginius implores his FellowCitizens to pity
563
A Suasoria Cicero deliberates whether to burn
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The Fruits of Civil War
573
Ode to Bacchus
579
A Passionate Outpouring of Grief
585
Boadicea excites her Countrymen against
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The Affection between Fronto and his Royal
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Aur
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WIT AND HUMOUR
602
Casting Lots for a Wife
605
Diamond cut Diamond
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A Period I 24080 B C PlautusTitius
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A Fishermans Reasons for keeping a Bag
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Cic
622
Dancer an opprobrious Epithet
623
Petr
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A Dinner Hunter
642
A PotValiant Hero
648
Index to Subjects and Titles of Passages
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