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By Jeanne Neumann, Hans H. Ørberg

ISBN-10: 1585108413

ISBN-13: 9781585108411

A sequel to her time-honored A Companion to Familia Romana (now in its moment edition), Jeanne Marie Neumann's A Companion to Roma Aeterna bargains a working observation, in English, of the Latin grammar lined in Hans H. Ørberg's Roma Aeterna, and contains the whole textual content of the Ørberg ancillaries Grammatica Latina and Latin–English Vocabulary II. It additionally serves in its place for Ørberg’s directions, on which it really is based.

even though designed particularly for these imminent Roma Aeterna at an speeded up velocity, this quantity could be necessary to a person looking an particular exposition of that volume's implicitly offered grammar. as well as many revisions of the textual content, A Companion to Roma Aeterna additionally comprises new devices on cultural context, tied to the narrative content material of the chapter.

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Nspice marginālia) • Quid (versū quintō/sextō) significat ‘immēnsus error’? ▷▷ 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.

196–197): Pompey “attended to a theatre which was to be built” conveys roughly the same idea as Pompeius cūrāvit ut theātrum aedificāretur. 325) In Cap. XXXVII, you’ll see the same construction with the verbs dare and offerre: [Euandrō] Faunus…arva colenda dedit. 12–14) Tum subitō māter Venus…fīliō sē videndam obtulit. 52, “the moon is said to be ‘new’”) In this chapter, we find the same construction with the perfect infinitive. 117–118) 7. That is, the verbs that will introduce an accusative and infinitive construction.

Hecuba ends her summons to Priam to take refuge by the altar with these words: Haec āra tuēbitur omnēs—aut moriēre simul! 158–159) XXXVII: TRICESIMVM SEPTIMVM: TROIA CAPTA (Vergil) 17 The ē of moriēre is long because moriēre is the future tense of the deponent verb morī, while moriĕre would be the present tense. ” 3rd conjugation 2nd person singular future passive/deponent: • sequēre: “you will follow” = sequēris • moriēre: “you will die” = moriēris • amplectēre: “you will embrace” = amplectēris Possibilities for a verb ending in -ere (3rd conjugation) present active infinitive: īnspicere: “to examine” corripere: “to seize” 2nd person singular present passive/deponent: corripere: “you are being seized” = corriperis sequere: “you are following” = sequeris moriere: “you are dying” = morieris amplectere: “you are embracing” = amplecteris 10.

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