Gallus: Or, Roman Scenes of the Time of Augustus

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John W. Parker, 1844 - 421 strán (strany)
 

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Strana 251 - Si qua videbuntur chartis tibi, lector, in istis sive obscura nimis sive Latina parum, non meus est error : nocuit librarius illis dum properat versus adnumerare tibi. quod si non ilium sed me peccasse putabis, 5 tune ego te credam cordis habere nihil.
Strana 307 - Pompeiana : the topography, edifices, and ornaments of Pompeii. The result of excavations since 1819.
Strana 229 - sumus,' inquiunt, ' civitatis principes.' Vos vero ne conservorum quidem vestrorum principes 37 estis ; sed ut in familia qui tractant ista, qui tergunt qui ungunt qui verrunt qui spargunt, non honestissimum locum servitutis tenent, sic in civitate qui se istarum rerum cupiditatibus dediderunt ipsius servitutis locum paene infimum obtinent. ' Magna,' inquis, ' bella gessi, magnis imperiis et provinciis praefui.
Strana 337 - Lavacra pro sexibm separavit. The renewal afterwards of these interdicts shows that the evil could not be eradicated. [Capit. M. Ant. Phil. 23 ; Lamprid. Sev. Alex. 24. Heliogabalus actually allowed it; Lamprid. Heliog. 31.] The hour for bathing was, as is well known, that preceding dinner-time, but, like that, it varied partly on account of the different length of the hours of the day, partly because persons much engaged in business could not spare time for repose so easily as those who were idle....
Strana 252 - Non est quod puerum, Luperce, vexes, longum est, si velit ad Pirum venire, et scalis habito tribus sed altis. quod quaeris propius petas licebit. Argi nempe soles subire Letum: contra Caesaris est forum taberna scriptis postibus hinc et inde totis, omnis ut cito perlegas poetas. illinc me pete. Nee roges Atrectum — hoc nomen dominus gerit tabernae — : de primo dabit alterove nido rasum pumice purpuraque cultum denaris tibi quinque Martialem. 'Tanti non es
Strana 284 - beneficium, licet animo benignissimo acceperit, nondum consummavit officium suum ; restat enim pars reddendi ; sicut in lusu est aliquid pilam scite ac diligenter excipere, sed non dicitur bonus lusor, nisi qui apte et expedite 2 remisit, quam acceperat.
Strana 320 - England ; while the rich carried their own most precious unguents to the thermae in phials of alabaster, gold, and glass, which were of such common use, both in ordinary life and at funerals, that they have very frequently been found in modern times, when they acquired the...
Strana 249 - Faustini fugis in sinum ? sapisti. cedro nunc licet ambules perunctus et frontis gemino decens honore pictis luxurieris umbilicis, et te purpura delicata velet, 10 et cocco rubeat superbus index.
Strana 408 - Veneto duroque cucullo. 170 pars magna Italiae est, si verum admittimus, in qua nemo togam sumit nisi mortuus.
Strana 280 - EXERCISES. nPHE daily bath, and previous to it strong exercise, for the purpose of causing perspiration, were inseparable, in the minds of the Romans, from the idea of a regular and healthy mode of life. They had a multitude of exercises, more or less severe, which were regularly gone through every day before the bath, thus rendering the body strong and active, and exciting a greater appetite for the meal that was to follow.

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