Specimens of Roman Literature: Passages Illustrative of Roman Thought and Style

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Charles Thomas Cruttwell, Peake Banton
Griffin, 1879 - 665 pagina's
 

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Inhoudsopgave

The Gods have ceased to visit the Earth as they
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Regulations to be observed by the Flamen Dialis Aul Gell
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Let us meet Death willingly
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PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE
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An Attitude of Independent Criticism more
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Value of a Knowledge of Geometry Quint
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The Standard of Right should be in Ones Self Cic
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An Analysis of the Emotions founded on
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Justice to be practised for its own Sake
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Qualities which distinguish the True Patriot
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Charity begins at Home
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Ovids Genius for Poetry and Rhetoric character
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The Value of securing Gratitude
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Poverty more Conducive to Virtne than Riches Apul
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There is a Citizenship of
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Affection the surest Bulwark of Power
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Even the most Uncon genial Career is rendered
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The Hardships of Military Life
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Sumptuary Laws at Rome
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A Gentleman of the Old School complains that
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A Dear Little Girl
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e Precocity not to be encouraged
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h The Existing Universe the Result of a cer
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Cic
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The Universe formed out of Chaos
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Causes of the Motions of the Stars Lucr
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Virg
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Cic
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Relative Measurements of the Quarters of
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The Causes of Meteors explained
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There are eight Main Quarters from which
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The Earth is an Organism analagous to
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An Explanation of the Superior Hardness
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The Marvellous Variety of Animal Life
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A Comparison of Man with the rest of Creation Plin N II
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A Disquisition on Colours by the Philosopher
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Arguments for a Scientific Method in Medicine Cels
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PAGE
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Statuary
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The Drama
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Roscius the great Comic Actor
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e The Power of arousing the Emotions
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The Practice of Translation from Greek Models
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The Best Classification of the Departments
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Quint
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the Dead Ajax
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Gesture should be accommodated to the Nature y Auct
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CRITICISM OF INDIVIDUAL AUTHORS
305
Sketch of the Chief Masters of Literature in
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Phaedr
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