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This is substantially an abridgment of the author's' Latin Dictionary for Schools'. The vocabulary has been extended to include all words used by Catullus, Tibullus, Propertius, and Tacitus. On the other hand, space has been saved by the omission of all detailed references to books and passages, only the name of the writer being indicated as authority for each word or phrase; and by limiting the illustrative citations to those which are typical or peculiarly instructive.Review:
"The only authoritative dictionary of Classical Latin available in abridged form; the only Latin dictionary suitable for undergraduates at all levels; and the only one that will not lead students astray with false translations because it gives precise contexts."--John A. Stevens, East Carolina University
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