Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, Zväzok 14

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Harvard University Press, 1903
 

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Strana 21 - Arcadia dicat se iudice victum. 60 incipe, parve puer, risu cognoscere matrem: matri longa decem tulerunt fastidia menses. incipe, parve puer: cui non risere parentes, nee deus hunc mensa, dea nee dignata cubili est.
Strana 50 - Humerorum raro decens adlevatio atque contractio est ; breviatur enim cervix et gestum quendam humilem atque servilem et quasi fraudulentum facit, cum se in habitum adulationis, admira84 tionis, metus fingunt.
Strana 52 - Femur ferire, quod Athenis primus fecisse creditur Cleon, et usitatum est et indignantes decet et excitat auditorem. Idque in Calidio Cicero desiderat; Non frons, inquit, percussa, non femur.
Strana 49 - An non his poscimus, pollicemur, vocamus, dimittimus, minamur, supplicamus, abominamur, timemus, interrogamus, negamus, gaudium, tristitiam, dubitationem, confessionem, paenitentiam, modum, copiam, numerum, tempus ostendimus ? Non eaedem concitant, inhibent, supplicant, probant, admirantur, verecundantur? Non in demonstrandis locis ac personis adverbiorum atque pronominum obtinent vicem ? Vt in tanta per omnes gentes nationesque linguae diversitate hie mihi omnium homim1m communis sermo videatur.
Strana 28 - Torquatus volo parvulus Matris e gremio suae Porrigens teneras manus Dulce rideat ad patrem Semihiante labello.
Strana 47 - Sed in ore sunt omnia, in eo autem ipso dominatus est omnis oculorum ; quo melius nostri illi senes qui personatum ne Roscium quidem magnopere laudabant. Animi est enim omnis actio, et imago animi vultus, indices oculi...
Strana 17 - The enchanted light which lingers over it is hardly distinguishable from that which saturates the Georgics. ... It is not so much a vision of a golden age as Nature herself seen through a medium of strange gold." We have been led astray, he tells us, by ancient misconceptions of its ideas and imagery ; the Sibylline verses which suggested these "were really but the accidental grain of dust round which the crystallisation of the poem began.
Strana 29 - Catullum, etc., 1577. risere parentes," and the resulting false notion that the smile was the mother's and not the child's. As regards the sense, no doubt it is harshly expressed : ridere with the accusative meaning to smile on, and qui followed by hunc, are between them quite enough to frighten timid scholars : but where Quintilian and Scaliger did not hesitate to go, we need hardly fear to follow.
Strana 27 - Nonius, in the third line, cui non risere parentes, in order to make the third line answer intelligibly to the first : if, on the other hand, it is the child's smile, then we can safely go back upon the earliest reading which we possess, that quoted by Quintilian,1 qui non risere parentes, or as it has been corrected by editors, " qui non risere parenti," For my own part I unhesitatingly adopt the second alternative ; for not only is the picture more natural if the smile is the child's,2 1 9, 3,...
Strana 51 - Acrius tamen argumentari videntur, qui medium articulum potius tenent, tanto contractioribus 96 ultimis digitis, quanto priores descenderunt. Est et ille verecundae orationi aptissimus, quo, quattuor primis leviter in summum coeuntibus digitis, non procul ab ore aut pectore fertur ad nos manus et 97 deinde prona ac paulum prolata laxatur.

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