Fragments and specimens of early Latin, with intr. and notes by J. Wordsworth

 
9781130024173: Fragments and specimens of early Latin, with intr. and notes by J. Wordsworth
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1874 Excerpt: ...consequently the imperium of the magistrates was subject to provocation and the tribunician veto. 14. quot legerit to patrem tribum cognomenque indicet, see on no. 51. Such a designation is, for example, 'Ser. Sulpicius Q. F. Lemonia Rufus,' in a S. C. proposed by Cicero (Phil. ix. 7), and is in fact the fullest possible, unless the grandfather's name, etc., were added. CDL vireit, nom. pl. Introd. ix. 7. 15. in taboleis pupUeit, kept in the aerarium. So Cicero, Philippics v. 5, 15 'hos ille demens iudices legisset, horum nomina ad aerarium detulisset.' U pr(aetor), hence the supplement Praetor queipost h. I. rogatum ex h. I. ioudex /actus erii. See above, on the change in procedure, etc. The title index q VeneFlds PB BEPETVNDI8, i. e. index q(uaestionit) veneficu, praetor) repctundis, is found in the Elogium of C. Claudius Pulcher, praetor v. c. 659 (C. p. 2 79), a later monument, but preserving a genuine tradition. This praetor repetundit appears to have been appointed first under this law, the jurisdiction for the first year being left to the praetor peregrinus, l. 13. 18. in conctione. Perhaps the c, when written by mistake, was afterwards scratched out, but the brass is not very clear. At any rate it can give no support to the spelling concio for contio. See above on no. 58. legist... optumos. Cp. Cic. pro Cluent. xliii. m 'praetores urbani... iurati debent optimum quemque in selectos iudices referre.' 19-36. De nomine deferundo iudicibutque legundtis. This is one of the most difficult chapters of the law, though it is made coherent and intelligible in a very great measure by Mommsen's supplements. For a short analysis, see the argument above. First comes the delatio nominu, and the oath that the accuser does not come forward calumniae cauta. Ca...

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