University of California Publications in Classical Philology Volume 5

9781154653991: University of California Publications in Classical Philology Volume 5
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1918 edition. Excerpt: ...locatum. The stages of corruption were possibly latens, lates, vetas. In 110, nil gentile tenens may ' be compared with iii 3, 43, of Etruscus, non tibi dona.... gentis linea. Tumens of Markland is too violent a contrast to the preceding, although it is quite in place in Th. viii 429. 3, 112 ille tuis totiens praestat sed tempora seris Seris is due to tempora taken of time, and Domitius' sertis is certain. For the hopeless praestat tempora I suggest praesto tempore: i 2, 229, et iam socialia praesto omina, with omission of the verb. Sertis is used for victory as in 285, animam Lethaeis spargite sertis. 3, 114 ora supergressus Pylii gregis oraque regis Dulichii Vollmer has not succeeded in establishing gregis, for which we should expect the common senis proposed by Domitius and supported by Pyliique senis in ii 2, 108. But senis would never have been corrupted into gregis, and gravis might have been; the corruption may have occurred in an earlier capital manuscript: Lucr. i 674, vivescat for vigescat. Th. i 284, ille gravis dictis.--In 115, speciequc comam subnexus utraque I understand to mean that he crowned his head with garlands, such as would have been won by Nestor's' sweetness (Il. i 250) and Ulysses' copiousness (I1. iii 223). 3, 118 artior extensis etenim te divite ritu ponere purpureos Infantia legit amictus For extensis, extensos is an easy correction. The narrow circumstances were wide enough to permit purple dress: Mart. xii 6, 9 breves extendere census. The usual reading expensis cannot be right, for then there would have been progressive bankruptcy. But of course no good prose writer would call expensive clothing extended; here as elsewhere the writer perversely sets a word over against its antithesis....

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