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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Scene at the Funeral of Chrysi
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Syrus describes his Visit to Antiphila
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The Advantages of an Easy Temper
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2L The Universe Gods Habitation Cic
17
Portrait of the Stewards Wife
18
ffiyav f Ïtov StT xai Xiyui rà Kalçta
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Non possum ferre Quirites Graecam Urbem
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A Character
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Ilias Dream
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The Same llll
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A Staunch Soldier
24
A Storm
25
A Dream interpreted
26
A Ship
27
Epigrams by Valerius Aedituus Porcias TJcinius and Lutatius Catufos
28
B Prayer and AVorship 2944
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No
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The Best Slaves for Farm Work
31
The Best Oxeu for Farm Work
32
Directions for making a Duckpond
33
Directions for making a Snailbed
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B Theory of the Oratorical Art
36
Greek False Witnesses
37
No Page
38
Ingenious Detection of a Thief
39
Unjust Condemnation of a Nobleman of Lampsacus
40
A Roman Citizen scourged
41
The Sword of Damocles
42
The Battle of Mutina
43
Caelius sends Cicero some Political News
44
The Soul 4552
45
The Encounter between Clodius and Milo
46
The Britons contest Caesars landing
47
The Bridge over the Rhine
48
Defeat of Curio at the River Bagradas
49
Battle of Pharsalia Alacrity of Caesars Troops
50
u DU te minorem quod gerin imperas Oic
51
c Capture of the Camp
52
Death and Immortality 5366
53
Ad Publicam Religionem pertinens Somnium Liv
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A General View of the Subject
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E Sin and its Punishment 6773
67
Nullius addictus iurare in verba marjialri Sen 07
68
F The Roman Cult 7486
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An Analysis of the Emotions founded on
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Pace
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G Dreams and Magic 8790
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Justice Cic
93
Plaut
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No Pass
101
A Man who from Pride makes Degrees among
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A General View of the Subject 122
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The Progress of Man was from Original Equality
113
The Interests of the State demand that it should
119
The Principles of International Right paramount
125
What are Justifiable Grounds for going to War? Cic
131
No Pass
137
Any Repudiation of its Engagements by the State
143
Physical Science
144
Ka Pass
148
Precocity not to be encouraged Quint
151
Matter Eternal Liter
158
Amid the Variety of Conflicting Views as
164
Xa Pag
165
The Motions of the Five Planets Vic
170
Only a Small Portion of the Earths Surface
176
1S8 Belative Measurements of the Quarters of
185
The Causes of Meteors explained
191
There are eight Main Quarters from which
198
Nature has supplied all Living Creatures with
219
Plin N H
228
A Disquisition on Colours by the Philosopher
234
Arguments for a Scientific Method in Medicine
240
ART AND LETTERS
245
Statuary
251
Description of the Chasing on a Goblet Mart
257
The Value of Music as an Aid to Literary Culture Quint
260
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Koscius the great Comic Actor Cic
266
A few Remarks on Surgery with the Qualifica
270
e The Power of arousing the Emotions Cic
272
No Por
276
Rhetoric
282
The more Practical Character of the Con
288
No Pact
292
Gesture should be accommodated to the Nature iAuct
299
Criticism of Individual Authors
305
Sketch of the Chief Masters of Literature in
311
Comparison of the Orators Antonius andCrassus Cic
320
A Comparison of the Chief Orators of the Later
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12S The Oratory of Germanicus Caesar Ov
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National Greatness an Incentive to Patriotic
342
The most Elevated Writer may occasionally amuse
349
the Grammarian at first styled
355
Influence of the Popular Writer on Custom Varr
356
A Quarrel between Two Grammarians as
364
On the Phrase Pedarii Senatores Aul Gell 371
371
DESCRIPTIVE PASSAGES
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Plaut
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Plaut
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ísc Plaut
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Ter
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Ter 388
388
389
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Cato 392 Cato 392 Cato 40 4
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Enn 393 Enn
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En
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Pacuv 395 Acc
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Acc 396 Aul Gell
396
Sol Pace 53 Power of the Draids Caes
416
Comparison of Caesar and Cato Halt
417
Jugurtha lives in Perpetual Dread Sail
418
Character of Atticus Corn Xep
420
An Omen Cic
421
Epitaph on an Aged Barque Catull
423
A Happy Pair Catull
424
Bride and Bridegroom Calult
425
Conjugal Love Catull
426
The Bacchantes Catull
427
The Spring of the World Virg
428
A Scythian Winter Virg 42
429
7ti Attack on Priams Palace Virg
430
A BoatraceThe Start Virg 4 31
432
SO Death of Nisus and Euryalus Virg 4 32
434
S3 Mine Hostess Virg 4 3
435
Fortune Hor
436
A Fountain Hor 1 37
437
The Town and Country Mouse Hor
438
The Golden Age Tib 4
439
Rustic Plenty Tit
440
A Beautiful Woman Tib 140
441
Borne Past and Present Prop 112
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Elegy on the Death of Tibullus Or
444
Cerati ope Daedalea nititvr pennti Or 145
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Xarcissus and Echo Ov
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The Palace of Fame Ov 44S 103 The Constellation Auriga Manil
448
Engineering Skill of Archimedes in the Defence of Syracuse Lin 44
449
No Page 05 Battle of Lake Trasimene Liv
450
Feats of Knightly Prowess at the Battle of Lake Regillus Liv 4
451
Transportation of the Populace of Alba Liv
452
The Site of New Carthage Liv 4
453
Character of Cicero An PoU
454
Character of Cato the Censor Liv
455
Character of Papirius Liv 4n 114 Character of Scipio Africanus Liv 4
456
Augustus Opinion of Claudius Aug Im
457
14180 a d
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The Fox and the Crow Phaedr
459
The Frogs ask for a King Phaedr
460
The Tyranny of Ambition Pert 401
461
Caesar and Porapey compared Lucan
462
Character of Cato the Younger Lucan
463
Character of Pompey Lucan
464
Deaths from the Bites of Serpents Lucan
465
Hercules appears to deliver Hesione from the Sea Monster Vol PI
466
An Anxious Night Vat Ft 417
468
Jason destroys the Dragons Seed Val Fl
469
Medea leaves her Home Val Fl
470
A Storm at Sea Val Fl
471
Pleasure and Virtue appear to Scipio in a Dream SiL
472
Scipio in the Battlefield SU
473
An Amoebean Contest Astacus and Idas Calpurn
474
Statius receives an Invitation to dine with Domitian Stat
475
A Storm in the Night Stat
477
A Lapdog Mart
478
A Itoinan Day Mart
479
U9 A Pilfering Glutton Mart
480
A Group of Courtiers Juv
481
The Lover of Horseflesh Juv
482
The Vanity of Human Wishes Juv
483
The Miser Juv
484
Death and Character of Vergiuias Rufus Plin II
485
An Illbred Host Plin 11
486
Eruption of Vesuvius Plin II
487
Pliny consults Trajan about the Christians Plin II
488
Trajans Reply Plin II
489
Trajans Prompt Punishment of the Informers Plin 11
490
Death of Germanicus Tac
491
The Tortures of a Guilty Conscience Tac 412
492
Character of Tiberius Tac
493
Murder of Britannicus Tac
494
Neros Atrocious Cruelty towards tho Christians Tac
495
Death of Seneca Tac
496
Death of Pctronius Arbiter Tac 407
497
Character of Galba Tac
498
Death of Vitellius Tac
499
ISO Miraculous Cures wrought by Vespasian Tac
500
Portents during the Siege of Jerusalem Tac
501
Loyalty of Caesars Soldiers Suet
502
Some Facts about Julius Caesar Suet
503
Personal Characteristics of Caligula Suet
504
189191 Death of Nero Suet
505
Assassination of Domitian Suet
507
415
508
Apuleius quotes some of his Poetry Apul 51 IS 194 Gymnosophists of India A pnl
509
An Apology for Absence from the Theatre Apul
510
The Fox and the Crow Apul
511
198204 The Story of Cupid and Psyche Apul
512
Vitruv
515
The Story of Polycrates Ring Front
517
The Story of Arion Front
518
RHETORICAL PASSAGES
520
Plin N
523
Men must be taken as they are
526
General Relief at the Death of Clodius
532
Merit the true Title to Nobility
538
Seeing him inflexible her anger bursts forth
545
Namanns taunts the Trojans with Effeminacy
548
Deianira to Hercules
554
Panegyric on Calpurnius Piso
560
The Dictator Fabius tells his Troops that their
566
A Lament for Cicero
572
WIT AND HUMOUR
602
Paull 523
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Apul
653
535
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Aid Cell
665
Sen
Plin
Plin

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