387 potissimum fuit, etiam hoc rarissimum et illa aetate paene intermortuum hominum genus nasci vel aliunde importatum pasci significare voluit." 26) See P. Chantraine, Dictionnaire étymologique de la langue grecque, I-II (Paris 1968), 185. 27) That stands for the Museum appears from Athen. I, 22d, 1 p. 49 Kaibel 28) sunt incolae Musei vallis saepti, libris incumbentes. 29) Scaliger already supposed to refer to the place where hens use to put or hatch their eggs (Epist., p. 595, quoted by Wachsmuth. o. c., 181 f.: "qualum, quasillum, cuiusmodi in quo gallinae ponunt ova aut incubant. ") 30) See on this point in general the attractive book of J. Pollard cited in n. 18 and, for the Dutch reader, the paper of W. K. Kraak, Vogels in de Oudheid, De Lepelaar 56 (1978), 24 ff. MISCELLANEA THE PARTITIO OF CICERO'S PRO ROSCIO AMERINO The partitio of the pro Roscio (35) runs: tres sunt res, quantum ego existimare possum, quae obstent hoc tempore Sex. Roscio, crimen adversariorum et audacia et potentia. criminis confictionem accusator Erucius suscepit, audaciae partis Roscii sibi poposcerunt, Chrysogonus autem, is qui plurimum potest, potentia pugnat. de hisce omnibus rebus me dicere oportere intellego. Solmsen says of
Mnemosyne – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1985
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