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Laelius de Amicitia
Author: Marcus Tullius Cicero
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. 1883 edition. Excerpt: ... These were usually slaves, "answering in many respects to what we now term nursery-governesses, who taught children the first rudiments of literature, and afterward attended them to school." Rams., p. 422. English derivative, "page." Aestimandi, the reading of B. after Mommsen; the MSS. have est. 0. inserts after modo. By the reading of B., the antecedent of qui is paedagogi, but I believe that L. gives the correct explanation, who considers the clause isto--postulabunt parenthetical, and eos as the antecedent of qui. A Roman did not need to be told that friendship with a slave was out of the question; and that is not the point here in view, but what is to be done in the case of early friends who are not drawn nearer by the pursuits of later life. They are not to be cast aside, but will hold a place different from that of those found with maturer judgment. Aliter, otherwise than on the principle stated in the clause omnino--mint. Dispares--seqnnntnr, dissimilar charaeters result from dissimilar pursuits. Some take studia as the subject. Quanta = quam. Distantia, found only here in Cicero. 75. Nee, followed by et saepe instead of nee; cf. neque--et, 79, and nee--et, 104. Kcoptolrmns, also called Pyrrhus, son of Achilles and grandson of Lycomedcs. He was brought by Odysseus from the house of Lycomedes to the Trojan war, and thence taken to Lcmnos to gain the aid of Philoctetes, who had the arrows of Hercules, without which the oracle declared Troy could not be taken. Inpedlentem = cum inpedicbat. The present participle has often a conative force. Discedendnm, a temporary separation, not a permanent estrangement. Ferat. H. 486, HI. Fur translation, see n. on invitus, 4. Infirmns mollisqne, weak and unmanly; que...
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