Classical Philology, Volume 18

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University of Chicago Press, 1923
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Page 230 - Nilotici calami inscriptam non spreveris inspicere. figuras fortunasque hominum in alias imagines conversas et in se rursum mutuo nexu refectas, ut mireris, exordior.
Page 183 - ... to be governed. No one takes offence at being governed when he is young, nor does he think himself better than his governors, especially if he will enjoy the same privilege when he reaches the required age.
Page 282 - The splendor falls on castle walls And snowy summits old in story: The long light shakes across the lakes, And the wild cataract leaps in glory, Blow, bugle, blow, set the wild echoes flying, Blow, bugle; answer, echoes, dying, dying, dying.
Page 302 - inquit " socii, et ipsos cernere pacatis omnibus Hispaniae populis aut finiendam nobis militiam exercitusque dimittendos esse aut in alias terras transferendum bellum : ita enim hae gentes non pacis solum, sed etiam victoriae bonis florebunt, si ex aliis...
Page 204 - Cogitare enim, et providere, et discere, et docere, et invenire aliquid, et tam multa alia, meminisse, amare, odisse, cupere, timere, angi, laetari : haec et similia eorum in horum quattuor generum inesse nullo putat. Quintum genus adhibet vacans nomine ; et sic ipsum animum ¿vTe\é%eiav appellat novo nomine, quasi quandam continuatam motionem et perennem.
Page 221 - Animorum nulla in terris origo inveniri potest ; nihil enim est in animis mixtum atque concretum aut quod ex terra natum atque fictuni esse videatur, nihil ne aut humidum quidem aut flabile aut igneum.
Page 227 - ... potest. Deum te igitur scito esse, siquidem est deus, qui viget, qui sentit, qui meminit, qui providet, qui tam regit et moderatur et movet id corpus, cui praepositus est, quam hunc mundum ille princeps deus; et ut mundum ex quadam parte mortalem ipse deus aeternus, sic fragile corpus animus sempiternus movet.
Page 193 - Indeed it would be scarcely irrational to maintain that the city of Athens lies at the navel, not of Hellas merely, but of the habitable world. So true is it, that the farther we remove from Athens the greater the extreme of heat or cold to be encountered; or to use another illustration, the traveller who desires to traverse the confines of Hellas from end to end will find that, whether he voyages by sea or by land, he is describing a circle, the centre of which is Athens.
Page 293 - Quid igitur timeam, si aut non miser post mortem aut beatus etiam futurus sum? Quamquam quis est tam stultus, quamvis sit adulescens, cui sit exploratum, se ad vesperum esse victurum?
Page 194 - But further than that, in most states the trader is under the necessity of lading his vessel with some merchandise or other in exchange for his cargo, since the current coin has no circulation beyond the frontier. But at Athens he has a choice: he can either in return for his wares export a variety of goods, such as human beings seek after, or, if he does not desire to...

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