By Jeanne Neumann, Hans H. Ørberg
although designed particularly for these drawing close Roma Aeterna at an speeded up speed, this quantity should be helpful to a person looking an specific exposition of that volume's implicitly offered grammar. as well as many revisions of the textual content, A Companion to Roma Aeterna additionally contains new devices on cultural context, tied to the narrative content material of the chapter.
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Idem est ac ‘magnum iter,’ id est, Trōiānī errābant. • Quid supererat iter/error? • Quid significat ‘praeda’? • Quis est Latīnus? • Dīc (vv. 8–9) ‘ad arcendam vim’ aliō modō. ▷▷ (īnspice marginālia) • Dīc (v. 8) ‘loca tenēbant’ aliō modō. , in illīs locīs habitābant • Advena est nōmen commūne (id est: et masculīnum et feminīnum). De quibus duōbus vocābulīs venit? ▷▷ ad + venīre • Dīc ‘virī armātī’ aliīs verbīs. ▷▷ virī quī arma gerunt/portant, etc. Partitioning the Book and Thematic Readings At over four hundred pages, Rōma Aeterna seems a formidable tome.
Through descriptions of reactions)? , anaphora, apostrophe, asyndeton, zeugma)? V. What Is the Effect of All This? Some passages for comparison: 1. Second Punic War vs. War with Jugurtha a. 1–11 b. 1–6 2. Comparison of Character a. 43–58 b. 24–31 3. Military Qualities a. Sallust representing the speech of C. 457–518 b. 286–345 4. Livy vs. Periochae a. 274–275 Hannibal, per continuās vigiliās in palūdibus oculō āmissō, in Etrūriam vēnit. Introduction xli b. 10 Ipse Hannibal aeger oculīs ex vernā prīmum intemperiē variante calōrēs frīgoraque, elephantō, quī ūnus superfuerat, quō altius ab aquā exstāret, vectus, vigiliīs tamen et noctūrnō ūmōre palustrīque caelō gravante caput et quia medendī nec locus nec tempus erat alterō oculō capitur.
Secondary sequence is also called historical, that is, referring to the past. 1. For an explanation of the line number references convention, see p. xxvi. 2. That is, an indirect statement, which you first learned as the accusative and infinitive construction. 3. The verb can be in the indicative even in indirect statement, when the speaker wishes to stress the factual basis of the clause or when the clause just explains something in the indirect statement (so doesn’t really belong to the indirect statement).